The latest stories from the Sport section of the BBC Sport web site.
Updated: 3 min 20 sec ago
Ben Foden scores a last-gasp try as Northampton beat Harlequins to end their unbeaten home run at The Stoop.
Adam Rooney's double helps Aberdeen draw level with Celtic at the top of the table by overpowering St Johnstone.
A wonderful injury time goal from Jordan Roberts books Inverness' place in the last eight of the Scottish Cup.
Claudio Ranieri dismisses the suggestion Leicester are title favourites after their victory at Manchester City.
Elise Christie breaks South Korean dominance to win World Cup gold in the short track 1500m in Dresden.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says Leicester City played better than his side and insists he has "no complaints" after the Foxes' 3-1 victory at Etihad Stadium.
Claudio Ranieri says he is "very pleased" with Leicester's 3-1 victory over title rivals Manchester City and puts their fantastic form down to playing without pressure.
Ireland open their Women's Six Nations defence with a confident and dominant victory over Wales at Donnybrook.
Bristol City appoint Barnsley head coach Lee Johnson as their new manager on a three-and-a-half-year contract.
Napoli fans will wear masks of defender Kalidou Koulibaly, who was racially abused by Lazio fans.
England's Danny Willett fires a seven-under 65 to take a one-shot lead into the final round of the Dubai Desert Classic.
Former Manchester United manager David Moyes says he has had "numerous" job offers, including one in China.
Dundee United sign Nigerian striker Edward Ofere until the end of the season, subject to international clearance.
Dan Walker speaks to Football Focus pundits Dion Dublin and Mark Lawrenson about the latest rumours regarding Jose Mourinho.
Four-time World Champion Lindsey Vonn wins the women's downhill event to extend her lead at the Alpine Skiing World Cup in Germany.
As lock Alun Wyn Jones nears 100 caps for Wales, BBC Wales Sport profiles the man rated as one of his country's greatest locks.
Gary Wilson hit six boundaries in a top score of 45 as Ireland cruise to a five-wicket T20 win over Papua New Guinea in Townsville.
World number one Laura Massaro believes a self-enforced break from the game helped her to come back stronger and now hopes to stay at the top for as long as she can.
The Welsh Champion Hurdle is among the sporting events to have fallen victim to the heavy rain in Wales.