Arsenal 3-1 Leicester: Mesut Ozil steals the show as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang climbs off the bench to score twice and help Gunners come from behind to register 10th consecutive win under Unai EmeryBen Chilwell's effort deflected off Hector Bellerin to give Leicester shock first-half lead at The EmiratesMesut Ozil's smart finish from Bellerin's pass ensured Arsenal went into half-time break with the score levelPierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice within five minutes of coming on as a substitute to win the gameFoxes could have been given an early penalty for Rob Holding's handball in the box but appeals were ignoredArsenal have now won 10 consecutive games under Unai Emery and are fourth in the table, two points off topBy Sami Mokbel for the Daily Mail
Published: 16:53 EDT, 22 October 2018 | Updated: 17:53 EDT, 22 October 2018
On Arsene Wenger’s 69th birthday, Arsenal pulled out the party pieces.
Unai Emery’s team had to graft for their 10th consecutive win as ..
Manchester United's greatest ever escape: How Fergie's men toppled mighty Juventus in 1999 thanks to that 'bloody single-minded competitor' Roy Keane… now can Jose Mourinho's side do it again?Manchester United pulled off an amazing escape against Juventus in 1999They came from behind to win 4-2 and progress to the Champions League final Sportsmail relives the match with Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke, and Clive Tyldesley By Adam Crafton for the Daily Mail
Published: 17:30 EDT, 22 October 2018 | Updated: 17:48 EDT, 22 October 2018
Twenty seasons have passed, but for a generation of Manchester United fans, the memories endure of the night Sir Alex Ferguson's side stunned a stellar Juventus team by recovering from 2-0 down in Turin to defeat the Italians on their way to an historic Treble.
It was a night famous for ensuring United's first Champions League final for 31 years but also for the defiant performance of Roy Keane, who was cautioned when his side t..
Sergio Garcia wins weather-delayed Andalusia Masters but golf fans unable to watch after Sky blackoutGolf fans dismayed as Sky unable to show completion of Andalusia MastersProduction trucks left on Sunday night for next week's Turkish Airlines Open Home favourite Sergio Garcia won the event for the third time in his careerBy Derek Lawrenson for the Daily Mail
Published: 07:23 EDT, 22 October 2018 | Updated: 17:47 EDT, 22 October 2018
Sergio Garcia’s autumn of sweet redemption continued yesterday when he followed up his stunning Ryder Cup by triumphing in the weather-hit Andalucia Masters at Valderrama.
Even with a Monday finish, it was still only possible to complete 54 holes but, given Garcia’s mastery, he would probably have come out on top no matter how many they played.
Whether the Costa del Sol lives up to its name or succumbs to frequent storms like last week, it makes no difference to the 38- year-old as he showed his mettle to hold off a challenge from Irishman Shane ..
We ignored abuse for too long, now it's out of controlThere has been a complete lack of interest in dealing with abuse on social mediaThreats are natural product of considering abuse just another part of the gameWe lazily accept the myth of banter, when it is nothing more than verbal violenceSocial media guardians have been allowed to think none of this mattersBy Martin Samuel – Sport for the Daily Mail
Published: 17:30 EDT, 22 October 2018 | Updated: 17:46 EDT, 22 October 2018
The message arrived at 9.22pm. 'How many chances you need to score in second half, stupid bitches,' wrote user dzo09.
The sentiments grew increasingly vile. 'I wish you cancer and leukaemia.' Finally: 'I hope someone will rape you to death.'
When Karen Carney, of Chelsea and England, reposted the abuse, with support from England coach Phil Neville, more effluence predictably followed.
What Karen Carney has gone through is a result of lack of interest from social media guar..
Lewis Hamilton baffled by sluggish Mercedes after third-place finish in Texas delayed world title celebrationsLewis Hamilton remains on course to lifting his fifth world championship titleHe finished third on Sunday behind Kimi Raikkonen and Max VerstappenThere was a set-up problem with his car so it did not go as fast as expected By Jonathan McEvoy for the Daily Mail
Published: 17:30 EDT, 22 October 2018 | Updated: 17:44 EDT, 22 October 2018
Lewis Hamilton is awaiting an email explaining the lack of performance that cost him a shot at winning his fifth world title in Texas on Sunday.
After speaking to his team, the world champion hinted at a mystery glitch behind Mercedes' slight dip. Sportsmail understands there was, in fact, a set-up problem with his car — it was not put down square — so he was not as fast as expected.
Hamilton finished third behind Ferrari's winner Kimi Raikkonen and Max Verstappen of Red Bull.
Lewis Hamilton is expecting an email from Mercedes after..
UK Athletics in turmoil after calls for chairman Richard Bowker to stand downIt has delayed the search for a new UKA chief after departure of Niels de VosIt remains a major concern with both sides refusing to back down By Matt Lawton for the Daily Mail
Published: 17:30 EDT, 22 October 2018 | Updated: 17:44 EDT, 22 October 2018
Sports chiefs have enlisted the services of one of the UK's leading mediators in a bid to resolve the political crisis at British Athletics.
As exclusively revealed by this newspaper, Britain's No 1 Olympic sport has been in turmoil since UK Athletics chairman Richard Bowker faced calls to stand down from prominent figures on the UKA members council.
The situation has delayed the search for a new UKA chief executive, after Niels de Vos suddenly quit last month, and remains a major concern with both sides refusing to back down.
UK Athletics has been in turmoil since chairman Richard Bowker faced calls to quit
It is understood that Nick Bitel, the c..
Two-time Derby-winning trainer Luca Cumani to retire after 43-year careerLegendary Newmarket handler Luca Cumani will make this season his lastThe Italian, 69, will instead concentrate on managing the affairs of Fittocks Stud Cumani trained a host of top horses during a period encompassing two decadesKahyasi and High-Rise enjoying Derby successes in 1988 and 1998 respectivelyBy Sam Turner For The Daily Mail
Published: 17:42 EDT, 22 October 2018 | Updated: 17:42 EDT, 22 October 2018
Legendary Newmarket handler Luca Cumani will make this season his last as a trainer by calling time on his illustrious career later this year.
The Italian, 69, will instead concentrate on managing the affairs of Fittocks Stud, an operation he owns and runs alongside wife Sara.
Cumani trained a host of top horses during a halcyon period encompassing two decades in the 1980s and 1990s, with headline horses Kahyasi and High-Rise enjoying Derby successes in 1988 and 1998 respectively.
Legendary Newmarket ha..
TV glut could hurt live football attendance as concerns grow with 86 live games shown this weekMatches across Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC and online platforms will show gamesIn total, more than 129 hours of live football will be shown during 86 matchesConcerns that TV will hurt live football attendance are growing as of lateBy Laura Lambert For The Daily Mail
Published: 17:30 EDT, 22 October 2018 | Updated: 17:40 EDT, 22 October 2018
There will be 86 live football games shown on British TV this week, despite concerns over the impact that the proliferation of televised football is having on match-day attendances.
More than 129 hours – or over five days – of football will be broadcast across channels such as Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC and online platforms including Eleven Sports.
It includes Monday night's Premier League clash between Arsenal and Leicester, 16 Champions League fixtures, and 12 midweek Championship games via the red button on Sky, which is a new offering this season..
Chelsea assistant Marco Ianni charged with improper conduct for celebration after late equaliser and he faces further punishment while FA remind Jose Mourinho of his 'responsibilities'Football Association have charged Marco Ianni after he goaded United's benchHe may face further action as he was not authorised to be in the technical area Ianni sprinted past Manchester United's dugout after Ross Barkley's equaliserMourinho has been sent a reminder about his conduct following the 2-2 drawBy Steve Stammers For The Daily Mail and Press Association
Published: 11:12 EDT, 22 October 2018 | Updated: 17:32 EDT, 22 October 2018
Chelsea coach Marco Ianni was charged with improper conduct for sparking a scuffle with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, and the Italian may face further action after it emerged he should not even have been in the technical area.
The incident also led the Football Association to remind Mourinho of his responsibilities as manager.
Wolves youngster Morgan Gibbs-White is a shock name on Gareth Southgate's England watch-listGareth Southgate is said to be keeping a close eye on Morgan Gibbs-WhiteThe 18-year-old has made a handful of appearances for Wolves so farHe's played at youth level for England, and is eyeing an Under 21 squad spot By Sami Mokbel for the Daily Mail
Published: 17:30 EDT, 22 October 2018 | Updated: 17:30 EDT, 22 October 2018
Wolves midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White is a shock name on England manager Gareth Southgate’s watch-list.
The 18-year-old has only made a handful of first-team appearances for the Molineux side – but Sportsmail understands the youngster is on Southgate’s radar.
Gibbs-White has represented England at Under-19 level – and played in the side that won the Under-17 World Cup in 2017.
Gareth Southgate is said to be keeping a close eye on Wolves youngster Morgan Gibbs-White
He has made appearances at youth level for England, and looks to enter the Under-21 set up