Harry Winks has been training with Tottenham Hotspur's first-team for a considerable amount of time now.
Lewis Hamilton admitted he was haunted by memories of his engine failure in Malaysia as he drove to victory in Sunday’s United States Grand Prix, beating team-mate and current championship leader Nico Rosberg into second place.
At this time last year there were five undefeated teams in the NFL.
Owen Farrell is in a striking mood today. It is almost surprising to compare how relaxed and amiable he appears in contrast to the intense and often fiery man who plays for Saracens and England.
The abiding image Daniel Ricciardo left us with in Austin on Sunday was persuading the actor Gerard Butler to drink from his sweaty driving boot on the podium.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp spoke to the media before his side's EFL Cup fourth round match against Tottenham at Anfield tomorrow night.
Nicola Sturgeon has said a meeting with Theresa May at Downing Street about the government’s response to Brexit was “deeply frustrating”.
Birmingham City's next Championship game is against rivals Aston Villa.
West Ham United won against Sunderland in the Premier League at the weekend.
Everton midfielder Ross Barkley has found himself the target of heavy criticism over recent weeks.
Germany's financial sector has revealed it has opened its doors to British bankers displaced by Brexit, and some businesses looked ready to take up the offer.
Theresa May was personally responsible for stalling talks on an EU free trade deal with India, because she was obsessed with controlling immigration, according to former business secretary Vince Cable.
Bruce Springsteen has again condemned Donald Trump, with less than a month before the US presidential election. Springsteen, who had previously called the Republican presidential candidate “a moron”, told an audience in London: “It’s a terrible thing that’s happening in the States. He’s undermining the entire democratic tradition.”