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Cook sees one that got away

Moeen Ali's quick-fire century was not enough for England against Sri Lanka

Alastair Cook bemoaned a chance of victory that "got away" from England, after Moeen Ali's outstanding maiden one-day international hundred against Sri Lanka.

Robshaw eyes chance to make amends

Chris Robshaw is eyeing a winning end to the year with England

Chris Robshaw admits England's autumn outlook hinges on one final assault at Twickenham and failure against Australia would leave two months to stew over a dismal QBE Series.

Ludogorets leveller rocks Reds

Liverpool's Simon Mignolet was at fault for the opening goal

Liverpool's Champions League hopes remain alive after their first goals in the competition since mid-September but a late Ludogorets equaliser saw them leave Bulgaria disappointed.

FA receives Whelan's observations

Dave Whelan, right, has submitted his observations over recent controversial comments to the Football Association

Dave Whelan has complied with Football Association demands to submit his observations on recent comments that had seen him labelled "a racist" by Wednesday's 6pm deadline.

Daly banned for three weeks

Wasps centre Elliot Daly, left, has been hit with a three-week ban for verbally abusing a referee

Elliot Daly has been hit with a three-week ban for verbally abusing referee Ian Tempest in Wasps' 31-15 Aviva Premiership defeat at Exeter Chiefs on Saturday.

Martinez: Barkley doesn't dive

Ross Barkley is in Everton's squad to face Wolfsburg

Everton boss Roberto Martinez insists Ross Barkley is no diver and claims the incident where the Toffees midfielder went to ground in Saturday's game against West Ham "has been blown out of proportion".

FA charges Premier League pair

Referee Mark Clattenburg booked Everton's James McCarthy, right, after the incident

The Football Association has announced that Everton and West Ham have been charged for "failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion" following their game on Saturday.

Changes all round for Murray

Jez Green, left, and Dani Vallverdu, right, were both long-time members of Andy Murray's team

Andy Murray claimed a head-start on his New Year's resolutions by dispensing with long-term coaches Dani Vallverdu and Jez Green, and getting engaged.

Pochettino: Extra rest is vital

Mauricio Pochettino has called for one extra day to recover after European games

Mauricio Pochettino believes Tottenham's Europa League hangovers would become a thing of the past if the Premier League afforded them an extra day's rest.

Drogba hails attacking Blues

Didier Drogba scored his fourth goal of the season in the win over Schalke

Didier Drogba is enjoying life back at Chelsea - until he comes up against the Blues' wealth of attacking talent in training.

Blatter challenger still uncertain

Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan, pictured, has not confirmed or denied whether he will challenge Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency

FIFA president Sepp Blatter is expected to have a significant challenger from outside of Europe in next year's election - but FIFA vice-president Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein has yet to decide whether to stand.

Moeen ton in vain as England lose

Moeen Ali's maiden ODI century was the third-quickest in England's history (AP)

Moeen Ali's maiden one-day international hundred, the third-fastest in England's history, was in vain in a 25-run defeat against Sri Lanka at the Premadasa Stadium.

Gunners make sure of qualification

Alexis Sanchez scored Arsenal's second goal

Arsenal put their recent troubles behind them to beat Borussia Dortmund 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium and qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League with a match to spare.

Mourinho lauds 'complete' display

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho feels his side are playing beautiful football

Jose Mourinho believes his side are treating Chelsea fans to a brand of flair-filled football they have never seen before as the Blues cantered into the last 16 of the Champions League at the expense of Schalke.

Kompany pays tribute to Aguero

Sergio Aguero celebrates scoring the winner

Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany hailed the brilliance of Sergio Aguero after the Argentinian revived the club's Champions League hopes.