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Other - Friday 28 September, 2018

Europe stage rousing Friday afternoon fightback to seize 5-3 Ryder Cup lead

Stenson and Rose lead the way, as Europe win all four matches in a foursomes session for the first time.

Rose produces perfect chip but Americans seize early edge in Ryder Cup fourballs Le Golf National This post contains videos

Rose produces perfect chip but Americans seize early edge in Ryder Cup fourballs

The US are chasing their a first victory on European soil since 1993.

Serena Williams row wouldn't happen at Wimbledon, insists chairman

Phillip Brook believes US Open finalist Serena Williams was under pressure in New York, while umpire Carlos Ramos was doing his job.

Five-star Goff powers Rams to first 4-0 start in 17 years Perfect Start This post contains videos

Five-star Goff powers Rams to first 4-0 start in 17 years

Former number 1 pick Jared Goff threw for five touchdowns as the LA Rams defeated the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night.

Other - Thursday 27 September, 2018

Los Angeles' Staples Center to host Wilder-Fury

Los Angeles’ Staples Center will play host to the heavyweight title fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.

Billy Joe Saunders tests positive for banned stimulant but 'licenced to box' in Boston next month

The 29-year-old’s positive test has been attributed to nasal spray.

After 45 years and over 1,000 bouts, HBO and the sport of boxing will go their separate ways

With the sport now brimful of money-spending broadcasters, HBO will permanently withdraw from boxing at the end of 2018.

Ostracised former Pro Bowler who protested with Kaepernick finally lands at new NFL team

Eric Reid was the second NFL player to protest against police brutality and racial injustice during the anthem, joining then-teammate Colin Kaepernick.

Ryder Cup fourball pairings announced as Woods teams up with Reed

The US duo will take on Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood, while Rory McIlroy and Thorbjorn Olesen face Dustin Johnson and Rickie Fowler on Friday.

Groves and Smith make weight for Saudi showpiece as Mullingar's McDonagh faces off with Eubank Rowdy In Saudi This post contains videos

Groves and Smith make weight for Saudi showpiece as Mullingar's McDonagh faces off with Eubank

Irish champion JJ McDonagh has a career-biggest opportunity in the co-main event to Friday’s World Boxing Super Series decider.

Michael Jordan advises US Ryder Cup team as Europe recruit Irish impressionist Final Preparations This post contains videos

Michael Jordan advises US Ryder Cup team as Europe recruit Irish impressionist

The NBA legend spoke to his compatriots, while Conor Sketches gave Thomas Bjorn’s squad a few laughs.

Klopp unhappy with use of VAR in Chelsea loss

The Blues struck a fantastic late winner thanks to Eden Hazard, but the Liverpool manager criticised the use of video review earlier in the game.

Other - Wednesday 26 September, 2018

'We're not going out to win anything other than Olympic gold, that's what we're doing it for' One On One This post contains videos

'We're not going out to win anything other than Olympic gold, that's what we're doing it for'

Fresh from becoming World rowing champions, Paul and Gary O’Donovan sit down with The42 to chat studies, jobs, pressure and Tokyo.

US pairing of Woods and Mickelson 'not too likely' says skipper Furyk

They old rivals haven’t been particularly successful together in the past.

Mourinho and Pogba in frosty training ground exchange

When does this become untenable?

'We're looking to beat the US team, we're not looking to just beat Tiger Woods'

Rory McIlroy looks ahead to teeing off in his fifth Ryder Cup, which begins on Friday at Le Golf National.

Other - Tuesday 25 September, 2018

British boxer Billy Joe Saunders fined £100,000 for callous online video

The WBO World middleweight champion also received a ‘severe reprimand’ as to his future conduct.

'It has hit everybody': Europe to pay tribute to young Spanish golfer at Ryder Cup RIP

'It has hit everybody': Europe to pay tribute to young Spanish golfer at Ryder Cup

Celia Barquin was murdered in Iowa last week, and Europe’s players will remember the 22-year-old.

Steelers edge Buccaneers for first win MNF

Steelers edge Buccaneers for first win

Mike Tomlin improved his record in ‘Monday Night Football’.

The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world the Patriots are slow starters NFL

The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world the Patriots are slow starters

The myth of New England as being slow out of the blocks is not something fans should cling on to writes Steve O’Rourke.

Other - Monday 24 September, 2018

Tiger soars up the world rankings after starting his comeback season in 650th

After last night’s win, Woods is back inside the top 20.

Ireland's youngest professional fighter earns knockout win on debut in Mexico

Coachford College student James Power is off the mark after a quick win in Tijuana overnight.

Brady and Patriots crash to back-to-back defeats Stuttering Start This post contains videos

Brady and Patriots crash to back-to-back defeats

Detroit Lions head coach Matt Patricia led Detroit to a surprising win against his old team the New England Patriots on Sunday.

Serena says women could not get away with 'even half of what a guy can do'

The fallout continues from the controversial US Open final but WIlliams is trying to move on.

Justin Rose finds a birdie to claim FedEx Cup title and $10 million cheque

After a shaky round, the Olympic champion delivered when it mattered most.

Other - Sunday 23 September, 2018

Rising quarterback star dazzles again as Chiefs down 49ers

Patrick Mahomes threw for three touchdowns and amassed 314 yards.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

It’s been another busy few days of sporting action.

Disappointment for Ireland's Cian O'Connor at World Equestrian Games

The Dubliner just missed out on a top-12 spot that would have secured his passage to the final round.

He will never fight me! Fury hits out at 'ponderous' Joshua

Tyson Fury’s message to Anthony Joshua: “I would jab your face off, you bum. Easy night’s work.”

McIlroy focused on his own game ahead of Sunday showdown with Woods

With Tiger Woods leading at the Tour Championship, Rory McIlroy’s only concern is himself.

Gary Lineker's apology to James Milner and more tweets of the week

Plus, Rafa Benitez’s tribute to a retiring ex-Liverpool defender.

Hearn favours Wilder over 'unentertaining' Fury for Joshua's next assignment

“Wilder against Joshua is the biggest fight in world boxing and stylistically it’s the most exciting match-up.”

Pittsburgh’s Murder, She Wrote moment and your NFL week 3 preview NFL

Pittsburgh’s Murder, She Wrote moment and your NFL week 3 preview

It feels like we’re due a big reveal in Pittsburgh, writes Steve O’Rourke.

The self-destruction of a £2 million teenager and more of the week's best sportswriting

Here are some of our favourite reads from the past seven days.

Woods in sight of first win since 2013 as he leads Tour Championship by three

World number one Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy are in a tie for second.

Other - Saturday 22 September, 2018

Anthony Joshua finds emphatic answer to Povetkin challenge to retain IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles

Alexander Povetkin drew blood from Anthony Joshua but the unified heavyweight champion responded emphatically with a seventh-round knockout.

Australian Herbert seizes the lead as Lowry sits seven shots adrift in Portugal

Sergio Garcia, meanwhile, has shown a hint of form ahead of next week’s Ryder Cup.

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder to fight on 1 December, says promoter

The venue’s yet to be decided.

Santry 1958: 60 years on from the race of the century The Magic Mile This post contains videos

Santry 1958: 60 years on from the race of the century

Dan Carbery was 19 when he raced against Olympic champions in what turned out to be a record-breaking race in Santry.

Tiger ready to 'hang in there' at East Lake

Tied for the lead at the Tour Championship, Tiger Woods said he must continue to “grind” at East Lake.