Players Showed Me They Want To Play In FA Cup Semi - José Mourinho
Manchester United's "professional" 2-0 win at Bournemouth proved the players want to feature in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final with Tottenham, according to manager Jose Mourinho. Mourinho made seven changes to his side as United bounced back from Sunday's surprise home defeat by bottom club West Brom.
Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez Banned For Six Months after Failing Two Drugs Tests
Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez has been banned for six months after failing two drugs tests earlier this year. The Mexican middleweight, 27, said eating contaminated meat was the reason he tested positive for clenbuterol on 17 and 20 February. He was forced to withdraw from a world middleweight title rematch against Gennady Golovkin after their first bout in September ended in a draw.
London Marathon: Can Mo Farah Upset The Odds On His Second Attempt?
Mo Farah's record as a distance runner is close to flawless: four Olympic gold medals, six World Championship golds, five more from European Championships. Unlike the men who preceded him as Olympic 10,000m champion, Haile Gebrselassie and Kenenisa Bekele, Farah has a marathon-sized gap on his record.
Athletic Sports Workshop Closing Ceremony
The Sports Unit, Youth and Sports Department Temburong Branch has planned and implemented a number of programmes as well as workshop to promote sports in the country. The 2-day Athletic Sports Workshop held in Temburong District ended yesterday afternoon at the Batu Apoi Sports Complex.
Brighton & Hove Albion Hold Tottenham Hotspur to Edge Closer To Safety
Brighton edged closer to Premier League safety with a hard-earned point against a much-changed Tottenham side. Harry Kane's 26th league goal of the season, following Gaetan Bong's error, put Spurs in sight of an 11th away win. But Brighton were behind for just two minutes, Pascal Gross levelling with an excellent penalty after Serge Aurier had caught Jose Izquierdo. The Seagulls are without a win in six games but are eight points above the relegation zone with four games left. Spurs almost won it through an own goal when Shane Duffy deflected Christian Eriksen's cross a fraction wide.
Ten-Man Barcelona Held to a Draw at Celta Vigo
A much-changed Barcelona side were held at Celta Vigo as Ernesto Valverde rested players before Saturday's Copa del Rey final against Sevilla. Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez started on the bench and Gerard Pique and Andreas Iniesta were rested, but Barca went ahead through Ousmane Dembele. Jonny's tap-in levelled the game but Paco Alcacer fired Barca ahead again.
Daniel Ricciardo: Chinese GP Win Not Enough on Its Own To Stay At Red Bull
Daniel Ricciardo says victory in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix is not enough on its own to convince him to sign a new deal with Red Bull. The Australian is out of contract at the end of 2018 and there are potential openings at Mercedes and Ferrari. He said: "I want to be with the best car; I think the weekend proved if I got the opportunity I can pull it off.
Manchester United: Jose Mourinho to Drop Players for FA Cup Semi-Final against Spurs
Manchester United players who performed poorly in their Premier League defeat by West Brom will be dropped for Saturday's FA Cup semi-final against Tottenham, says boss Jose Mourinho. The Red Devils were beaten 1-0 by bottom side West Brom at Old Trafford on Sunday, ensuring Manchester City won the Premier League title.
Lewis Hamilton Is Driving With 'Regret and Frustration' In 2018 - Jolyon Palmer
F1 driver Jolyon Palmer, who left Renault at the end of 2017, joins the BBC team this season to offer insight and analysis from the point of view of the competitors. Lewis Hamilton arrived at last weekend's Chinese Grand Prix saying he had been geeing up his team, emphasising that they needed a perfect weekend from everybody to try to eat into his point's deficit to Sebastian Vettel after the Ferrari driver's win in Bahrain.
Carroll’s Late Equaliser Saves Point for West Ham United Vs Stoke City
Stoke City boss Paul Lambert said he "can't ask for any more effort" from his players after Andy Carroll's dramatic late equaliser for West Ham took the Potters closer to relegation. The Hammers are now seven points clear of the relegation zone, with Stoke five points adrift of safety with four games left.