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India captain Mahendra Dhoni suggests he may stand down following his side's 3-1 series defeat in England.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says his team's strength in defence was the best aspect of their 2-0 win away at Newcastle to open their Premier League title defence.
World champions David Florence and Richard Hounslow win bronze for GB at the Canoe World Cup final in Augsburg.
Celtic hit six in their first home Scottish Premiership match of the season against Dundee United (UK Users only).
Gareth Maybin has to settle for a share of ninth place at the Made in Denmark European Tour event after a closing 73.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge says the team has moved on after Luis Suarez's exit and are stronger than last term.
The first Edinburgh league derby outside the top flight was a mix of the sublime and the ridiculous, argues Tom English.
Ireland finish fourth at the Women's World Cup after being edged out 25-18 by France in the third-place match in Paris.
Huddersfield edge clear of Widnes late on to stay sixth in Super League, but move level with third-placed Leeds.
Scotland's Marc Warren wins the Made in Denmark European Tour event in Aalborg by two shots ahead of Bradley Dredge.
Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford adds another title to his collection after comfortably winning gold at the European Athletics Championships in Zurich.
Mo Farah, Greg Rutherford and the relay teams help Britain to a record 12 gold medals at the European Championships.
Great Britain's women set a new British 4x100m relay record as they storm to gold at the European Athletics Championships in Zurich.
Joe Arundel scores two tries against his parent club as relegated Bradford Bulls beat Hull FC in Super League.
England rout India by an innings and 244 runs in the final Test at The Oval to complete a 3-1 series triumph.
Great Britain's men storm to victory in the 4x100m relay at the European Championships in Zurich.
The FA Cup extra preliminary round saw plenty of goals and stories as non-league clubs set out on the road to Wembley.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers praises his side's will to win after they overcame Southampton 2-1, and believes the Reds will improve as the season goes on.
New Southampton manager Ronald Koeman says his side "didn't deserve to lose" as they suffer a 2-1 defeat away against Liverpool.
Mo Farah wins gold in the 5000m at the European Athletics Championships in Zurich, making him the most successful individual athlete in the history of the competition.