Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says the Premier League points record is “not that important” to him personally, but he does want to see his team win football matches “as often as possible” after seeing them beat Brighton 3-1 at the Amex Stadium.
Barcelona keep alive their hopes of winning La Liga with a victory over Espanyol at Nou Camp that also relegated the visitors.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to secure Paul Pogba’s long-term future at Old Trafford.
Norwich want £50m for Dortmund target, Havertz tells Chelsea he wants to join, Ajax join the race for Hojbjerg, plus more.
Liverpool moved a step closer to setting a new Premier League points record as the champions won at Brighton.
Liverpool continue their relentless pursuit of a Premier League points record with victory over Brighton at The Amex Stadium.
The Solheim Cup will stick to its scheduled dates in September 2021, after it is announced the 2020 Ryder Cup would be played in the same month.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder says nobody at the club is talking about qualifying for European football next season, after the Blades’ late 1-0 win over Wolves.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says David Silva is a “huge competitor”, after the soon to depart midfielder scored and assisted in a 5-0 win over Newcastle.
Hirving Lozano scored the winner as Napoli moved fifth in Serie A with a victory at Genoa which left their opponents stuck in the relegation zone.
Wigan’s plight shows English football has been “disrespected”, says EFL chairman Rick Parry in a Q&A with BBC sports editor Dan Roan.
Manchester City moved to the brink of sealing their place in the Premier League top four by bouncing back to form to thrash Newcastle.
John Egan scores with a dramatic 93rd-minute header to give Europe-chasing Sheffield United victory over Wolves at Bramall Lane.
Jay Rodriguez’s winner edges Burnley closer to a Europa League spot as relegation-threatened West Ham rue a missed chances.
We wrap the latest sports news from around the world and here in South Africa and look ahead to tonight’s football action.
Manchester City return to winning ways in the Premier League by thrashing hapless Newcastle at Etihad Stadium.
Spain’s second-ranked Jon Rahm can overtake Rory McIlroy and become world number one for the first time with a victory at this week’s US PGA Workday Charity Open.
A third stint with Renault awaits Fernando Alonso in 2021.
With the squad they’ve assembled and a smart young head coach, Wandile Gwavu, the Lions are looking primed for some meaty years ahead of them from next season.
SAFA initiated all processes following a letter from the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa explaining all procedures on a return to competitive football.
West Bromwich Albion beat play-off hopefuls Derby County to return to the top of the Championship table.