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Joshua wins in the first
Exciting heavyweight prospect Anthony Joshua produced another impressive display to defeat Michael Sprott inside 90 seconds at the Echo Arena in Liverpool.
Sky Live: Dolphins @ Broncos
The wheels aren’t exactly coming off but the Denver Broncos certainly have a few more worries than usual as they play host to the Miami Dolphins in our second Sunday game on Sky Sports.
Sociedad draw on Moyes debut
Real Sociedad earned a 0-0 draw at Deportivo La Coruna in former Manchester United manager David Moyes’ first match in charge of the team.
Wins for DeGale, Groves
James DeGale and George Groves recorded contrasting victories at the Echo Arena – keeping both men on target for a world title challenge in 2015.
Ajax recover to close on PSV
Ajax struck four second-half goals to claim a 4-1 comeback victory at home to 10-man Heerenveen and move to within one point of Eredivisie leaders PSV Eindhoven.
Taylor boosted by injury news
Newcastle defender Ryan Taylor has revealed the injury scare which forced him off during the 1-0 victory over QPR is not as bad as was feared.
Juve and Roma march on
The top two both won in Serie A on Saturday as Juventus and Roma recorded victories on the road.
Pumas produce Paris upset
Argentina kicked four drop-goals and produced some stout defence to complete an 18-13 victory over France at the Stade de France in Paris.
Lyon held by Bastia, Rennes climb
Lyon missed out on the opportunity to leapfrog Marseille in to second place in Ligue 1 as they were held to a goalless draw by managerless Bastia.
Nolan unhappy with Lukaku goal
West Ham captain Kevin Nolan is unhappy referee Mark Clattenburg allowed Romelu Lukaku’s opener stand in the 2-1 defeat at Everton.
Quigg pounds out points win
Scott Quigg successfully defended his WBA super-bantamweight title after pounding out a wide points win over Hidenori Ohtake.
Gatland keeping the faith
Warren Gatland insisted Wales can eventually prevail against the southern hemisphere sides after once again coming up just short against New Zealand.
Robshaw praises Samoan spirit
England captain Chris Robshaw paid tribute to Samoa after the hard-fought 28-9 victory at Twickenham ended the hosts' five-game losing streak.
Messi sets goalscoring record
Lionel Messi has set a new La Liga goalscoring record after netting a hat-trick in Barcelona’s 5-1 win over Sevilla on Saturday night.
Nasri: City must take chance
Samir Nasri admits Manchester City’s Champions League game against Bayern Munich will be a completely different proposition to their Premier League encounter with Swansea.
England end losing streak
Winger Jonny May scored two tries as England ended their five-game losing streak with a 28-9 win over Samoa at Twickenham.
Retallick world player of year
New Zealand lock Brodie Retallick has been named world rugby player of the year.
Lax defending annoys Wenger
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists his side should have got something from their Premier League encounter against Manchester United.
Van Gaal urges United caution
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal played down the significance of his side's first away win of the season – a victory at Arsenal that propelled them into the Premier League top-four.
Smith impresses in points win
Callum Smith continued his steady rise up the super-middleweight ranks with a dominant points win over Nikola Sjekloca.
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