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Rose triumphs in Louisiana
Justin Rose birdied the last two holes to win the Zurich Classic in New Orleans on Sunday by one stroke and claim his seventh career PGA tour victory.
WATCH: Smith laments referee
Alan Smith felt referee Michael Oliver did not get the big decisions right in the big London derby at the Emirates.
Ligue 1 round-up
Lyon returned to the top of Ligue 1 on Sunday evening with a 4-2 win away to Reims.
La Liga round-up
First-half goals from Vicente Iborra and Daniel Carrico lifted Sevilla up to fourth place in La Liga with a 2-0 win over Rayo Vallecano.
Vermaelan set for Barca bow
Belgian defender Thomas Vermaelen has been given the all-clear to make his first appearance for Barcelona nearly nine months after he joined the club.
Carra: Terry simply the best
John Terry is the best centre-back to have played in the Premier League, according to Sky Sports' Jamie Carragher.
Henry: Arsenal must spend big
Arsenal need to strengthen their squad with four "top-quality" players to stand any chance of winning the Premier League, according to Sky Sports’ Thierry Henry.
Hazard named Player of Year
Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard has been named the PFA Player of the Year.
Award for Lampard and Gerrard
Former England midfielders Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard were reunited as they shared the PFA Merit award on Sunday.
Broncos suffer home defeat
London Broncos lost their 100 per cent home record in the Kingstone Press Championship with a 20-16 defeat by Dewsbury at The Hive to drop into the bottom half of the table.
Kane is Young Player of Year
Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been named the PFA Young Player of the Year.
Taylor stars as Lions progress
Zaire Taylor scored 41 points to inspire London Lions to a 106-67 demolition of his former side Worcester Wolves which secured the capital side a place in the BBL play-off semi-finals.
Wenger: Chelsea have title
Arsene Wenger believes it is simply a matter of time before Chelsea are crowned champions after Arsenal's goalless draw with the Premier League leaders all-but ended their own title hopes.
‘Martinez game plan spot on’
Gary Neville believes that Everton’s 3-0 win over Manchester United was helped by a well-thought-out Roberto Martinez game plan.
Mourinho laughs off 'boring' jibe
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho laughed off the Arsenal crowd's "boring" jibes by reminding the Gunners of their wait for the Premier League title as his side closed in on the trophy.
Deadly Dublin dismantle Cork
Dublin lifted their third successive National League title after dismantling Cork by 1-21 to 2-7 in a one-sided Division One final at Croke Park.
CCD2: Prince lifts Lancashire
Ashwell Prince made 106 as Lancashire reached 317-5 on day one of their LV= County Championship Division Two match against Kent at Old Trafford.
Rocket rebuked by referee
Ronnie O'Sullivan moved to within a frame of the World Championship quarter-finals on Sunday, but not without a moment of controversy.
Salford injury woes continue
Salford boss Iestyn Harris admits he may have to call on his 38-year-old assistant coach Ian Watson for next Friday's trip to Hull after picking up more injuries in their 22-20 home defeat by Castleford.
Neville: United were toothless
Gary Neville believes Manchester United looked "toothless" in attack in their 3-0 defeat against Everton, and reiterated the importance of Michael Carrick's role to the side.
- Javier Hernandez should have celebrated Real Madrid winner with Cristiano Ronaldo, says Thierry Henry
- Ilkay Gundogan close to Manchester United move
- Brendan Rodgers says there is no-one better than him for Liverpool job
- Edinson Cavani, Ezequiel Lavezzi, Gonzalo Higuain or Jackson Martinez backed for Liverpool
- Merson's predictions: Chelsea will settle for draw against Man Utd