Social Zone: Jose Mourinho loves a facetime and Deontay Wilder breaks his silence

Jesse Lingard's revelation leaves us in stitches, Raheem Sterling could be on his way out of Man City and Deontay Wilder surprises us all...

Soccer: From running down the touchline to featuring on Amazon's All or Nothing documentary series at Tottenham, we thought we had seen and heard it all with Jose Mourinho.

Perhaps not. Jesse Lingard revealed the Special One used to facetime him and we absolutely love it.

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Soccer: If you thought being able to balance three footballs on top of each other was impressive, just wait until you see what Erling Haaland does afterwards.

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Soccer: On this day, Radamel Falcao scored his first goal at Manchester United.

Sadly for him, only another three goals would follow, leaving him with four goals in 29 games during his time at United. Grim.

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Soccer: Raheem Sterling has admitted he is open to the idea of playing abroad before he hangs the boots up.

Of course, Barcelona and Real Madrid are obvious contenders to grab his signature while Chelsea and Liverpool are Premier League sides to be linked as well.

This Spurs account seems excited about the speculation…

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Soccer: Brentford fans can dare to dream...

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Soccer: Just French President Emmanuel Macron scoring one of the most unconvincing penalties you're ever likely to see.

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Boxing: Deontay Wilder finally gave Tyson Fury credit for his performance in the ring.

Fury climbed off the floor on two occasions to end proceedings in round 11, beating Wilder for the second time.

Initially, after the fight, Wilder refused to show any sportsmanship whatsoever but after a few days to reflect, the American finally congratulated Fury.

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Boxing: Manny Pacquiao may have retired from the sport but by the looks of things, his son may follow in his footsteps.

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Tennis: Britain's Cameron Norrie beat Argentina's Diego Schwartzman in straight sets to reach the semi-finals of the Indian Wells Masters.

Norrie, who will replace Dan Evans as Britain's No. 1, faces Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov in the last four.

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READ MORE: Where next for Raheem Sterling? Barcelona, Liverpool, Spurs, Newcastle...

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