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Crouch pleased with record
Stoke City striker Peter Crouch admitted after equalling the record for headed Premier League goals that he has enjoyed proving wrong those who doubted his aerial ability.
Monk praise for Shelvey
Swansea manager Garry Monk has backed Jonjo Shelvey to force his way back into the England squad after the midfielder inspired his side's 1-0 win over Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday.
La Liga round-up: Madrid clubs held
Real Madrid missed the chance to move four points clear of Barcelona at the top of La Liga after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Villarreal on Sunday.
Rooney backing for Di Maria
Wayne Rooney has backed Angel di Maria to put his current poor form behind him and become a success at Manchester United.
English pair on top at Honda
Ian Poulter and Paul Casey will head into the fifth day of the weather-delayed Honda Classic tied for the lead after a marathon Sunday at Palm Beach Gardens.
Ligue 1 round-up: PSG held
Paris Saint-Germain fluffed their chance to go top of Ligue 1 with a frustrating 0-0 draw at Monaco on Sunday.
Brady injury concern for Bruce
Hull City manager Steve Bruce fears Robbie Brady's season could be over.
Serie A round-up: Napoli stay third
Napoli missed the chance to move level with second-placed Roma in Serie A as they lost 1-0 at Torino on Sunday, while Lazio closed in on third place as the race for the final Champions League spot began to gather pace.
Nadal triumphs in Argentina
Rafa Nadal claimed his first title since last year’s French Open with a 6-4 6-1 victory over Juan Monaco in a rain-interrupted Argentina Open final.
Lows and highs on West Coast
Gary Christian reflects on his entertaining first stint in the Sky Sports Golf studio and looks back on the lows for Tiger, and the highs for Brandt Snedeker and Davis Love.
O'Connell's Dublin swansong?
Ireland's 19-9 win against England may well have been skipper Paul O'Connell's last Six Nations game in Dublin.
Somers 'to quit Rangers'
Rangers chairman David Somers will announce his resignation on Monday morning, Sky Sports News HQ has learnt.
Dragons fall to Zebre
Mirco Bergamasco kicked Zebre to a 23-17 win over the Newport-Gwent Dragons in their Guinness PRO12 clash on Sunday.
Connacht brush Treviso aside
Connacht boosted their hopes of finishing in the top half of the Guinness PRO12 with a 53-5 bonus-point win over Benetton Treviso.
Pochettino proud of young team
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino said he was proud of his players despite losing 2-0 to Chelsea in the Capital One Cup final.
Henry: Chelsea can do treble
Chelsea can go on to complete a trophy treble this season after their victory in the Capital One Cup final, according to Thierry Henry.
Ireland win thrills O'Connell
Paul O'Connell believes Ireland could be building into the best Test side he has ever played in after their 19-9 win over England kept them on course for a Six Nations Grand Slam.
Hoddle: Building block for Spurs
Glenn Hoddle believes Tottenham Hotspur can “hold their heads high” after their Capital One Cup final defeat to Chelsea.
Wolfsburg produced an impressive second-half fightback to win 5-3 at Werder Bremen, while Borussia Monchengladbach beat Paderborn 2-0.
Mourinho: Strategy the key
Jose Mourinho hailed his players for adapting to his gameplan after Chelsea’s 2-0 win over Tottenham in the Capital One Cup final.
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