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Opening scorer Aaron Ramsey explains why Wales' win in Israel was emotional, and two-goal Gareth Bale says he didn't need to answer his critics.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill prepares to do battle with a familiar face in Sunday's Euro 2016 qualifier in Belfast.
Ospreys move back into the Pro12 play-off places with a seven-try win over Zebre at Liberty Stadium.
Rangers manager Stuart McCall likens Haris Vuckic to former Ibrox favourite Alexei Mikhailichenko after Cowdenbeath win.
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Glasgow City's European dream ends against classy Paris St-Germain in the Women's Champions League quarter-final.
Bethany Firth and Hannah Russell set new 100m backstroke world bests at the British Para-Swimming International Meet in Glasgow.
Martin O'Neill says home form will decide his Ireland team's Euro 2016 hopes as they prepare for Sunday's game against Poland.
Italy coach Antonio Conte receives death threats following a knee injury to Juventus player Claudio Marchisio.
Leeds Rhinos defeat Catalans Dragons to move above St Helens at the top of Super League on points difference.
Joint-owner Michael Owen watches Brown Panther claim an 11th win of his career in the Dubai Gold Cup at Meydan.
James McClean says he was "hung out to dry" by former club Sunderland over his refusal to wear a poppy on his shirt.
Dame Sarah Storey wins the C5 3km pursuit to claim her second title at the Para-cycling World Championships in the Netherlands.
Crusaders take a massive step towards securing the Premiership title by hammering Coleraine at Ballycastle Road.
Kenya enjoy double success in the World Cross Country Championships in Guiyang, China.
Scarlets scrum-half Gareth Davies faces a ban after being sent off for a headbutt on Edinburgh's Andries Strauss.
Leicester move into the Premiership's top four after a hard-fought win against play-off rivals Exeter at Welford Road.
The 2012 Tour de France champion Sir Bradley Wiggins will ride for Team Sky in Sunday's Gent-Wevelgem in Belgium.
London Irish earn a morale-boosting victory, scoring three first-half tries to defeat fellow Premiership strugglers Newcastle Falcons.
Rangers move level on points with second-place Hibernian by beating Cowdenbeath in the Scottish Championship.