Social Zone: Safe standing turned to silent sitting at Old Trafford, and Mbappe breaks more records

Safe standing was trialled at Old Trafford on Monday night, but it didn't help that there was nothing to cheer. Elsewhere, Kylian Mbappe is breaking more records, and Torres speaks out about his move.

SOCCER: Safe standing was trialled for the first time last night. It would've helped if Manchester United actually did anything worthy of standing up for though.

SOCCER: Kylian Mbappe scored his 150th goal for PSG last night, netting a second half hat-trick against Vannes. It means he now has 201 career goals. Just a reminder that he turned 23 last month...

SOCCER: After completing his move to Barcelona, Ferran Torres has said he always planned on using Manchester City as a stepping stone... what is it with players and damaging interviews this week?

SOCCER: Speaking of which, Luke Shaw brutally summed up Manchester United's dismal performance on Monday. Are they somehow worse after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's departure?

SOCCER: Elsewhere, Brighton are still buzzing from their win over Everton. I'm not sure on the caption though, they're coming dangerously close to crossing paths with quidditch...

BOXING: Canelo Alvarez is talking about his trainer, Eddy Reynoso, here - not actually Eddie Hearn for once. Although as one of the world's best paid boxers, he must listen to him quite a bit too.

DARTS: Peter Wright fought back to win the PDC World Championship last night, inflicting yet another cruel defeat on Michael Smith in the showpiece.

DARTS: The Englishman came closer than he ever has before, and even broke the record for the most 180s in the tournament. Silver linings.

F1: Support poured in for Formula One legend Michael Schumacher yesterday as he celebrated his 53rd birthday. He still holds the record for the most World Championships as a driver, although he has a certain Dutchman to thank for that.

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