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Swansea City cannot get carried away after the opening day Premier League win at Manchester United says Lukasz Fabianski.
BBC Sport's athletics pundits share their favourite moments from the European Athletics Championships in Zurich.
Mark Chapman is joined by Danny Murphy and Philip Neville to discuss three key talking points from the opening weekend of the new Premier League season.
Wins for Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal and defeat for Manchester United - BBC's pundits on the first weekend.
Three clubs in for PSG's Ezequiel Lavezzi, Southampton want Alvaro Gonzalez, Spurs to sell Lewis Holtby, plus more.
England players react to winning the Women's Rugby World Cup following their 21-9 victory over Canada in the final in Paris.
England captain Alastair Cook must be very satisfied with this summer’s extraordinary turnaround, says Jonathan Agnew.
Colombian Camilo Villegas produced a flawless final round to win the Wyndham Championship by a shot.
World number three Roger Federer is made to work hard for his three-sets victory over David Ferrer in Cincinnati.
Tougher opponents await, but there were signs of a more ruthless Liverpool against Southampton in the post-Luis Suarez era.
Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney says his side will learn from Saturday's result under manager Louis van Gaal.
Hearts get the better of city rivals Hibernian in the first Edinburgh derby of the season (UK users only).
Head coach Gary Street says it is an "amazing feeling" as England win their first World Cup in 20 years.
The medals won by Chris O'Hare, Eilidh Child and Lynsey Sharp make it arguably the best European Championships for Scots.
Which goalscorer's uncle texted Garth Crooks during the game? Find out in his first team of the week of 2014-15.
Great Britain made unexpected history at the European Championships and their athletes can still improve, writes Tom Fordyce.
England beat Canada 21-9 in Paris to win the Women's Rugby World Cup for the first time in 20 years.
World number one Serena Williams beats Ana Ivanovic in straight sets to win the title in Cincinnati for the first time.
England captain Alastair Cook says his side have played "almost the perfect games" in the last two Tests after completing a 3-1 series victory over India.