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Early four-goal blitz sees Arsenal ease past Crystal Palace as Anthony Martial winner sinks Burnley
Gunners score all of their goals in the opening 22 minutes of a 4-1 destruction of Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium. That's just about it from me, thanks for following along this afternoon. IBTimes UK will be back tomorrow to bring you live coverage of Tottenham's trip to Southampton. Goalkeeper Pope comes up for one final Burnley corner as we approach
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Sergi Roberto commits future to Barcelona with new four-and-a-half year deal and Â£440m release clause
Sergi Roberto has dismissed any speculation of a move away from Barcelona by agreeing a new four-and-a-half year contract at the Nou Camp. Roberto had been linked with a reunion with former manager Pep Guardiola at Manchester City in recent transfer windows but Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde has ensured the youth team graduate has been tied down to a long-term
Andrew Landry takes one-shot lead at CareerBuilder Challenge in California after seven-under round of 65
American Andrew Landry is one shot ahead of the pack at the halfway point of the CareerBuilder Challenge in California. Landry, 30, hopped above first-round leader Jon Rahm with a seven-under round of 65 in the Nicklaus Tournament Course to put him on 16 under for the tournament. The Texan hit five birdies on the back nine - including one on the par-five
Conor McGregor dons Celtic shirt during training as he continues to push for his UFC comeback
The Irishman let his Instagram followers know about his recent training while he gave the Scottish club a 'shout out'. The UFC star has been back in the gym following a few months off after his mega-bout with Floyd Mayweather, as he sizes up a return to the octagon. The Irishman has been put through the ringer by his coaches, who have revealed that he is back in training
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte admits Pedro DID dive during FA Cup clash against Norwich: 'We must be honest'
The forward has been accused of simulation after TV replays appeared to show the Blues star falling to the floor in an attempt to win a penalty for his team. Willian and Alvaro Morata were also accused of trying to deceive the referee against the Canaries. Conte has defended Willian and Morata - however the Chelsea manager could not defend his Spanish
Jurgen Klopp confirms Loris Karius is new Liverpool No 1 ahead of Swansea: 'He needs to deliver and he knows that'
Jurgen Klopp has told Loris Karius it is time to deliver as the German goalkeeper prepares for an extended run as Liverpool's No 1. Karius had been primarily used in the Champions League this season but his manager took the decision to drop Simon Mignolet for last Sunday's showdown with Manchester City and felt the moment had come for the player he signed
Premier League FINALLY agree to mark the death of Cyrille Regis with clubs to hold minute's applause and players to wear black armbands
The Premier League have reached a late decision to mark the death of Cyrille Regis at each top-flight game this weekend. The governing body for England's elite division had no plans for a nationwide show of recognition but have changed stance since Sportsmail highlighted the widespread disbelief. It is understood clubs made representations to the Premier
Ex-world champion hurdler Colin Jackson caught up in race storm amid claims he was called 'n*****' by coach
Racist abuse is 'rampant' in British Athletics according to a leading figure in the sport who claims former world champion Colin Jackson was once called a 'n*****' by his coach. John Isaacs is the former national sprint coach who developed a number of Britain's most successful athletes and this week he made an extremely serious allegation on social media
Burnley manager Sean Dyche laughs off bizarre accusation that he eats WORMS: 'I also smoke exhaust pipes, have gravel for breakfast... the three combined keep this voice how it is'
Sean Dyche brushed off a former team-mate’s bizarre suggestion that he eats worms. Danish striker Soren Andersen, who played with the Burnley manager at Bristol City, labelled him ‘strange and disgusting’. Dyche laughed those comments off and claimed that a training ground prank had been lost in translation after Anderson said gobbling worms contribute
Roger Federer eases into third round of the Australian Open with straight sets win over Jan-Lennard Struff
Roger Federer fought off the challenge of Jan-Lennard Struff to move into the third round of the Australian Open. The defending champion benefited from playing in the relative cool of the evening unlike possible semi-final opponent Novak Djokovic and emerged an ultimately comfortable 6-4, 6-4, 7-6 (7/4) winner. But German Struff, ranked 55, caused a few problems
Manchester United ace Paul Pogba drives new £250,000 Rolls Royce Wraith to training as midfield star shows off personalised pool table at his Cheshire mansion
Manchester United ace Paul Pogba is about to be usurped by Alexis Sanchez as the club's top earner, but that has not stopped him from flashing his cash with a new £250,000 Rolls Royce Wraith. The 24-year-old was pictured driving to training at United's Carrington centre in the luxury black motor as he joins team-mate Romelu Lukaku who has a Rolls Royce