DOMINIC KING at ANFIELD: In that final dramatic minute, as Red shirts set off to engulf Mohamed Salah, one Liverpool player's reaction was at odds with the euphoric scene
Liverpool fans can be forgiven for launching into a premature title celebration but the players can't join in the party just yet, manager Jurgen Klopp warned last night.
Liverpool fans knew Alisson Becker's frenzied celebration against Manchester United on Sunday looked familiar. The Brazilian bolted the length of the Anfield pitch to embrace Mo Salah.
MARTIN SAMUEL IN PORT ELIZABETH: England have four wickets to mop up to win this Test against South Africa by an innings and plenty, providing rain does not offer an escape.
Alan Pardew may be in The Hague to exorcise a few lingering demons after his sacking by West Brom, but seeing himself mocked up on a giant banner as a Ghostbuster was enough to spook him.
The leading managers in world football have never been afraid to splash the cash when top class players are available. But which manager has spent the most on signings during their career?
Trainer Willie Mullins said Footpad did not give his true running when a tame second to stablemate Real Steel in the Horse & Jockey Hotel Chase at Thurles on Sunday.
Guirassy has been a stand-out performer for the French side since arriving from Koln in a £5million deal last summer and is attracting interest from Leicester and Aston Villa among other clubs.
Confirming the severity of a back injury for 19-goal Marcus Rashford following Manchester United's defeat at Liverpool, boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed that loan signings could be on the way.
With Manchester United down 1-0, Anthony Martial rushed through on goal but blasted a fantastic opportunity high and wide. It would prove to be their best chance as Liverpool won 2-0.
Bury winger Harry Bunn has laid bare the 'nightmare' that players have had to go through after the League One club's expulsion from the Football League.
Alexis Sanchez has landed in Milan ahead of completing his loan move to Inter from Manchester United. It marks a fresh start for Sanchez and brings to an end a torrid 18 months at United.
MIKE DICKSON IN NEW YORK: Tennis's authorities are coming under pressure from inside the locker room to take firmer action against Nick Kyrgios after his latest outbursts at the US Open.
Former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra inspected ex-Liverpool midfielder and manager Graeme Souness's glass after the Scotsman embarked on another studio rant.
CHRIS WHEELER AT ANFIELD: Liverpool moved 16 points clear at the top of the Premier League with a hard-fought 2-0 victory over rivals Manchester United at on Sunday afternoon.
PAUL NEWMAN IN PORT ELIZABETH: Mark Wood savoured his remarkable all-round return to international cricket by admitting he treats each England appearance as if it might be his last.
Marcus Rashford aggravated a back complaint during Wednesday night's FA Cup win over Wolves. The England striker is now set to face three months on the sidelines.
PAUL NEWMAN IN PORT ELIZABETH: England advanced towards an innings victory in the third Test against South Africa as Joe Root played an unlikely starring role with the ball.
IAN LADYMAN AT ANFIELD: Goals from Virgil Van Dijk and Mo Salah put Liverpool 16 points clear at the top of the table after their 2-0 victory over Manchester United.
Jamie Carragher was bragging behind the scenes at the stadium where he made many of his 737 appearances for Liverpool when fellow Sky Sports pundit Neville saw red while wandering past.
Roy Keane has had his say on the incident that led to Roberto Firmino's first half strike for Liverpool being disallowed at Anfield against Manchester United.
Mario Balotelli's cameo lasted just seven minutes on Sunday, as the experienced Italian was sent-off for lashing out at the referee in Brescia's 2-2 draw with Cagliari on Sunday.
Club legend Gary Neville has brought the 21-year-old back down to Earth and believes he still has things he needs to work on if he is to become truly to draw and establish himself among the elite.
HERTHA BERLIN 0-4 BAYERN MUNICH: Goals from Thomas Muller, Robert Lewandowski, Thiago Alcantara and Ivan Perisic sealed three points for Bayern who close the gap on RB Leipzig.
Inter Milan CEO Giuseppe Marotta has confirmed the club are interested in signing Christian Eriksen but is unsure if they'll be successful in their pursuit because of interest from other clubs.
It was announced that Saracens would be relegated from the Premiership for breaching salary cap regulations. However a victory kept their Champions Cup defence hopes alive.
Achraf Hakimi has impressed during his loan period at Borussia Dortmund, but now Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich are keen on entering the race for the Real Madrid defender.
A chance meeting with Yeovil Town striker Courtney Duffus at the end of Wimbledon last summer is what the British number two says is behind her form going into the season's first Grand Slam.
With the Six Nations squad set to be announced tomorrow, Vunipola looks set to miss out after injuring his forearm in the opening minutes of Saracens' game against Racing 92.
Inter Milan missed out on their chance to go top of the Serie A after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Lecce. Alessandro Bastoni put Inter ahead before Lecce equalised through Marco Mancosu.