The Swindon Town midfielder opened the scoring in Sydney.
The former Manchester United man is set to join Lazio on a free transfer at the end of the season.
The left-back scored a crucial goal against the United Arab Emirates today.
Former Manchester United hero Cristiano Ronaldo was sent off during Real Madrid’s 2-1 win at Cordoba.
The former Leeds United star scored the equaliser against Mali this afternoon.
The wide man is currently wanted by Aston Villa and West Brom.
Leeds United star Luke Murphy scored a brilliant goal against Bournemouth earlier this week.
Two of Tottenham Hotspur's players took part in some shooting practice in first-team training while a young goalkeeper attempted to keep them out.
The former Spanish under-21 international now represents Equatorial Guinea.
Nemanja Vidic has cored his first goal in Serie A for Inter Milan.
Cute bear cubs do the conga ....
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said his traders didn’t understand the risk they were taking with bets on credit derivatives and hurt the bank.
McDonald's takes training its employees seriously.
Former Bear Stearns CEO Alan Schwartz said he probably wouldn't have done anything differently if faced with the same set of circumstances that led to the firm's March 2008 collapse.
Australians buying cigarettes are now guaranteed to face warnings that include photos of a gangrenous limb and a cancer victim as the world’s first law requiring tobacco sales in uniform packages takes effect.
Liverpool were linked over the weekend with Ishak Belfodil. So who is he?
On "Off The Charts," Bloomberg chief markets correspondent Scarlet Fu looks at a recent study that found that the more sex you have the higher your income.
Alexander Buttner scored his first goal for Dynamo Moscow yesterday. It could prove to be vital.
Another year, another classic John Lewis tear inducing Christmas advert.
Very rarely has the description "Fireworks Spectacular" been so aptly used. Here's a video of the Oban Fireworks Display of 2011. A display which should have lasted 30 minutes ends up lasting just 50 seconds, and we're not treated to a single firework fizzling out, this is £6,000 worth of explosives being simultaneously deployed.