SOCCER: A heartwarming moment in the Champions League yesterday as Robbie Savage was able to commentate on his son's debut. It meant we had to endure actually listening to Robbie Savage, but heartwarming nonetheless.
SOCCER: However, at least young Charlie Savage only had to wait until he was 18 years old to make his Manchester United debut... not 35.
SOCCER: And Gary Lineker found United's game an opportune moment to roll out the dad joke of the evening, take a bow Gary.
Thomas Muller opened the scoring, marking his eighth goal in seven games against Barca, and the German forward decided to rub salt in the wounds afterwards too. Ouch.
SOCCER: It's fair to say Barcelona were missing one man in particular. But while they were being hammered by Bayern, he was busy showing them what they were missing... against his kids.
BOXING: Ahead of his bout with Jack Catterall, Josh Taylor returned to Scotland to face off against his opposition. Even when trying to intimidate each other, they both had to concede to the Scottish weather - the true undefeated champion here.
NFL: It seems the weather was pretty torrential in the NFL too. As if the kickers didn't already have a limited job, they can basically sit this one out.
CRICKET: After being bowled for 147 on the first day, England have resorted to trying absolutely everything and anything.
GOLF: It wasn't just Robbie Savage that was able to share his sport with his son either. Also with his son named Charlie, Tiger Woods is set to return to the PNC Championship and play alongside his 12-year-old.