National

National Sport

Pep Guardiola blames Manchester City misses after home draw with Tottenham

Pep Guardiola criticised his misfiring attack rather than referee Andre Marriner as Manchester City squandered a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Tottenham at the Etihad Stadium.

National

Chapecoense play emotional first match since air disaster

Chapecoense drew 2-2 against Brazilian champions Palmeiras in their first match since the air disaster in November in which 19 players and 24 other club members were among those who died.

National

Conte insists Chelsea spirit has not been affected by Costa future speculation

Antonio Conte is adamant the speculation over the future of Diego Costa has had no impact on the unity and spirit of Premier League title-chasing Chelsea.

National

Wayne Rooney so proud to break Manchester United all-time goals record

Wayne Rooney said it meant "a hell of a lot" to become Manchester United's record scorer as his 250th goal arrived in stunning fashion at Stoke.

National

Arsene Wenger pleased to have Danny Welback back in contention for Arsenal

Arsene Wenger is ready to unleash Danny Welbeck back onto the Premier League after insisting the Arsenal forward could have prevented England's humiliating Euro 2016 exit if he had been fit.

National

Wayne Rooney by numbers

No player has now scored as many goals for Manchester United than Wayne Rooney.

National

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic: I'm a big fan of Andy Carroll

Slaven Bilic hailed "magnificent" Andy Carroll after seeing his striker blast West Ham to a fifth Premier League victory in seven attempts at Middlesbrough.

National

Walter Mazzarri bemoans mistakes as Watford fail to see off Bournemouth

Walter Mazzarri felt Watford threw away two points as they twice blew the lead to draw 2-2 at Bournemouth.

National

Clement hopes he can hang on to Llorente for Swansea survival battle

Swansea manger Paul Clement is determined to hang on to striker Fernando Llorente as he believes he is crucial to their survival battle.

National

Mourinho laments 'two points lost' despite Rooney's late heroics

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho was left lamenting his side's struggle to convert their chances after a 1-1 draw at Stoke.

National

Konta hails support of family and coaches after booking fourth round spot

Britain's Johanna Konta has attributed her remarkable rise to her family and coaches rather than the Lawn Tennis Association.

National

Freezing weather in the south forces postponement of several sporting events

The freezing weather in the south of England has already claimed a number of Saturday's scheduled sporting events.

National

Jason Roy calls on England to make their mark on India

When England step out at Eden Gardens on Sunday the stakes will be considerably lower than their last visit to Kolkata's vast colosseum but batsman Jason Roy believes there is still plenty to play for.

National

Rafael Nadal takes heart from Alexander Zverev victory

Rafael Nadal says his five-set win against Alexander Zverev has given him a huge boost of confidence for the rest of the Australian Open.

National

England boss Eddie Jones questions where sport's true leaders have gone

Eddie Jones insists the shortage of contenders for the England captaincy beyond Dylan Hartley is a symptom of the leadership deficit that exists throughout sport.

National

England all-rounder Chris Woakes believes one-day knock of 500 runs is close

England all-rounder Chris Woakes believes one-day cricket's first 500-run innings could be close if there is no correction in the balance between bat and ball.

National

Kevin Pietersen apologises for Dan Evans snub

Kevin Pietersen has apologised to Great Britain's Australian Open giant-killer Dan Evans after he failed to recognise him in a Melbourne casino earlier this week.

National

Britain's Alex Thomson finishes second in the Vendee Globe yacht race

British sailor Alex Thomson has finished runner-up in the Vendee Globe round-the-world yacht race after a colossal battle with Armel Le Cleac'h.

National

Roger Federer happy with his form after dismantling Tomas Berdych

Roger Federer played the sort of tennis to suggest he could yet win an 18th grand slam title as he annihilated Tomas Berdych at the Australian Open.

National

Dan Keatings retires from gymnastics

Great Britain gymnast Dan Keatings has announced his retirement from the sport.

National
Load more