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Three and easy for Serena

Serena Williams made it a hat-trick of victories against Americans, beating Varvara Lepchenko (AP)

Serena Williams made it a hat-trick of victories over fellow Americans to move into the fourth round of the US Open.

Hughes hails 'outstanding' goal

Mark Hughes, left, feels the result will kickstart Stoke's campaign

Stoke boss Mark Hughes hailed Mame Biram Diouf's stunning winner after his side claimed a shock victory at Manchester City.

Mourinho angered by Costa treatment

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho accused Everton's players of trying to get striker Diego Costa into trouble

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho accused Everton's players of trying to get striker Diego Costa into trouble during their manic 6-3 victory at Goodison Park.

Djokovic cruises past Querrey

Novak Djokovic eased through to the fourth round (AP)

Novak Djokovic continued to look the man to beat at the US Open as he cruised into the fourth round with a comfortable victory over American Sam Querrey.

Chelsea beat Everton in thriller

Diego Costa, right, scores the final goal of a 6-3 victory for Chelsea against Everton

Chelsea came out on top in a nine-goal thriller against Everton encapsulated in two frantic goalscoring spells in either half at Goodison Park.

Bouhanni wins stage eight

John Degenkolb's late burst was only good enough for fourth sprinter Nacer Bouhanni won stage eight of the Vuelta a Espana in Albacete on Saturday, with Movistar Team 's Alejandro Valverde retaining the red leader's jersey.

England fall to heavy defeat

Alastair Cook's side fell to another disappointing defeat

Flat England took the fast track to a six-wicket defeat in the third Royal London one-day series match after getting into a costly tangle against India's spinners at Trent Bridge.

Schneiderlin strikes Hammer blow

Morgan Schneiderlin scores his second goal of the afternoon

Morgan Schneiderlin scored twice as Southampton secured a first Barclays Premier League win for new manager Ronald Koeman by beating West Ham 3-1 at Upton Park.

Zaha seals late point for Palace

Wilfried Zaha earned a point for Crystal Palace

Wilfried Zaha snatched a point for new manager Neil Warnock as Crystal Palace emerged from a six-goal thriller at Newcastle with something to show for their efforts.

Austin fires QPR to first win

Charlie Austin's goal was enough for QPR

Charlie Austin eased QPR into life without Loic Remy by ending the Loftus Road club's new-season goal drought in a 1-0 Premier League victory over Sunderland.

City rocked by Stoke defeat

Mame Biram Diouf scored a sensational winner as Stoke claimed a shock 1-0 win over Barclays Premier League champions Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.

Gallacher aim won't distract Ramsay

Stephen Gallacher was battling to make the Ryder Cup team in Turin

Richie Ramsay would hate to be the man to deny fellow Scot Stephen Gallacher a place in the Ryder Cup, but admits he will have to look after his own interests first.

India positive in reply

India's Ajinkya Rahane was dismissed for 45, but his innings has helped but the visitors in control

England's slim chances of winning the one-day international series against India were fast disappearing as the tourists set off in pursuit of 227 all out at Trent Bridge.

United held at Turf Moor

Record signing Angel Di Maria was substituted on 70 minutes for Manchester United

Louis van Gaal's problems mounted at Turf Moor as Angel di Maria hobbled off injured in Manchester United's uninspiring 0-0 draw with Burnley.

Agger makes Denmark return

Daniel Agger clocked over 200 appearances for Liverpool

Defender Daniel Agger has brought an end to his eight-and-a-half-year stay at Liverpool by moving back to Brondby.

No racing penalties for Rosberg

Nico Rosberg apologised for colliding with his team-mate

Nico Rosberg has been spared any on-track punishment following his collision with team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the controversial Belgian Grand Prix.

United agree fee for Blind

Daley Blind looks set to become Manchester United's latest signing

Manchester United's summer spending spree looks set to continue after they agreed a fee with Ajax for the transfer of Holland international Daley Blind.

McDermott questions Moon red

Brian McDermott felt the red card was the difference

Leeds coach Brian McDermott questioned the dismissal of centre Joel Moon which proved decisive in his side's 13-12 defeat by St Helens.

Ozil: I'm one of world's best

Mesut Ozil is confident of proving his worth to Arsenal

Mesut Ozil believes criticism of his Arsenal performances stems from high expectations borne out of being "one of the best number 10s in the world".