SOCCER: Welcome to the big leagues Jack Grealish. Achraf Hakimi has had his number both on and off the pitch.
SOCCER: Cristiano Ronaldo typically popped up with a last minute goal on his record-breaking appearance. He just can't help himself can he?
SOCCER: We haven't seen anything go that high at Old Trafford since, well... Bruno's penalty last week.
Federico Chiesa's strike after the interval earned Juve victory and if the translation is correct, their captain believes the English club were 'easy to prepare' for. Ouch.
SOCCER: It seems like Manchester City have dodged an Eric Garcia-shaped bullet there.
SOCCER: Probably still would've done a better job than the Porto goalkeeper the other day, so there's always that!
CRICKET: Warwickshire are on course to win the Bob Willis Trophy after a dominant two days at Lords.
Captain Will Rhodes and Rob Yates both hit centuries on day two to give the Bears a huge 386 runs.
Rhodes is unsure of when to declare stating they will take their time - he may think differently after checking the weather forecast for the rest of the week…
TENNIS: Andy Murray won his opening round of the San Diego Open but the Scotsman had to do it the hard way against Denis Kudla.
While injuries have hindered his career at the top, he can still produce a delightful lob.
ATHLETICS: Remember Greg Rutherford? You may remember him winning long jump gold at London 2012 on a Super Saturday which also saw Jessica Ennis-Hill and Mo Farah win top honours.
Well, he's back - but not as you expect. Rutherford has been named in one of Team GB's bobsleigh squads that will bid to qualify for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Wonder if he got his inspiration from Cool Runnings?