The Newcastle United star made his international return in England's win over Australia.
Alastair Cook may have played a more abject shot in his Test career than the one that resulted in his first-innings dismissal on Friday, but it is hard to think of one off-hand.
New Orleans Pelicans shooting guard Bryce Dejean-Jones has died aged 23. Police say he was fatally shot after breaking down the door to a Dallas apartment.
Eddie Jones has in his long career never been accused of being diplomatic but since taking over as England’s head coach at the end of last year he has adopted a national tradition: his upper lip has largely been stiff, apart from the odd twitch, but that is set to change in the coming months as his side switches from European skirmishes to battles against the might of the southern hemisphere.
Rebecca Adlington, the four-times Olympic medallist, says Britain’s swimmers will not be put off by the Zika virus as they prepare for the Rio Olympics, despite growing concern over its potential impact.
On the verge of elimination, Klay Thompson would not let the Golden State Warriors’ season to die. And so he shot and he shot and he shot.
Argentina star Lionel Messi gave his team a scare on Friday night by leaving the field with a back injury in the second half of his team’s 1-0 victory over Honduras.
Michael O’Neill described the selection of Will Grigg over Liam Boyce as his most difficult decision after announcing the final 23-man squad for Northern Ireland’s first European Championship campaign.
Marcus Rashford’s amalgam of fearlessness, imperious finishing and fast decision making has left Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson searching for superlatives.
Roy Hodgson has said it is more than just Daniel Sturridge’s fitness that will determine whether the injury‑prone striker goes to Euro 2016, with England’s manager preparing to disappoint two of his players and acknowledging there might be other issues with the Liverpool forward now he has fallen down the pecking order.