A furious Phil Neville admitted England’s 3-0 win over Cameroon ‘didn’t feel like football’ after chaotic scenes marred Sunday’s Women’s World Cup tie in Valenciennes.
Spitting, strops, sloppiness and elbow strikes. England survived all of these on Sunday to beat Cameroon 3-0 and reach the quarter-finals of the Women’s World Cup.
Chris Froome has vowed he will be back after his horrific crash last week, while teammate Geraint Thomas has said the four-time Tour de France winner was ‘lucky’ his injuries weren’t more severe.
Andy Murray has revealed how living pain-free has reinvigorated his love for tennis as he prepares to make his playing comeback at Queen’s this week.
Forest Green Rovers’ plans to build a 5,000-seater wooden stadium have been dashed after the proposal was rejected by local councillors.
England manager Phil Neville was “pleased with the result” after his team beat Scotland 2-1 in their Women’s World Cup opener on Sunday.
Rafael Nadal secured a record-extending 12th French Open title Sunday, overcoming the spirited challenge of Dominic Thiem to win 6-3 5-7 6-1 6-1.
The Football Association has strongly condemned the violence which erupted in the Portuguese city of Porto ahead of England’s Nations League against the Netherlands on Thursday.
Christian Eriksen has suggested he is ready to leave Tottenham Hotspur, telling a Danish newspaper: “I might want to try something new.”
Mohamed Salah has contributed to a decrease in hate crimes and islamophobia in Liverpool, according to a report from the Immigration Policy Lab (IPL).
Manchester United ended the Premier League season with a humbling 2-0 defeat to already-relegated Cardiff City at Old Trafford.