May 3 Social Zone: Stadium protests dominate Line of Duty Sunday

Man Utd fans finally find a way to slow City’s march to the title; Inter crowned Serie A champions.

SOCCER: This weekend's social media boycott hasn't been good for Jed Mercurio. It now means there's more space on timelines for viewers incensed by the Line of Duty finale.

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SOCCER: Going from 3pm on Friday until midnight on Monday night without posting on Twitter was too difficult for some, however. Graeme Souness was the man to end the Guardian writer Jonathan Liew's abstinence.

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SOCCER: The undoubted highlight of the whole Manchester United protest.

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SOCCER: There weren't just on-pitch protests at Old Trafford at the weekend. Radnicki Pirot also got in the act while their match was in progress.

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SOCCER: Inter were crowned Serie A champions following second-placed Atalanta's 1-1 draw with Sassuolo. Here's what it meant to the Vidal family.

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SOCCER: Don't worry about the fuzzy quality of this video. You won't have any problem tracking the progress of this penalty from Ajax's Brian Brobbey.

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SOCCER: Chelsea Women beat Bayern Munich 5-3 on aggregate to reach the Champions League final. But not before conceding this beauty.

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And here it is from a different angle.

BASEBALL: Luzardo broke his pinkie finger but has yet to reveal which game he was playing.

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CRICKET: And finally, David Warner has been stripped of the captaincy of IPL side Sunrisers Hyderabad and dropped for their latest game. But what we really want to know is, what is his wife Candice up to?

Phew, everything's ok, she's been playing golf.

And, even better, she was suitably dressed for the occasion in a black mini skirt and navy shirt.

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