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Lamela strike impresses boss

Erik Lamela's brilliant strike was hailed by Mauricio Pochettino

Erik Lamela's outrageous rabona strike was one of the best goals head coach Mauricio Pochettino has ever seen and may well prove the defining moment in his Tottenham career.

Lacklustre Hoops limp to victory

Stefan Scepovic had an up-and-down night

Stefan Scepovic scored his first goal for Celtic as the Hoops made hard work of beating Astra Giurgiu 2-1 in their Europa League clash at Parkhead

Lamela steals show in Spurs win

Harry Kane celebrates the goal that completed his hat-trick

Erik Lamela scored one of the finest goals ever seen at White Hart Lane on a night in which Tottenham's hat-trick hero Harry Kane ended the thrashing of Asteras Tripolis in goal.

Everton share points in Lille

Aiden McGeady came close to scoring for Everton

Everton remain top of Europa League Group H after playing out a 0-0 stalemate at Lille in a game overshadowed by trouble involving Toffees fans in the build-up.

Ahmed ton lifts Pakistan

David Warner ensured Pakistan did not have things all their own way

Sarfraz Ahmed's explosive century lifted Pakistan to an imposing total but David Warner wrested back some of the momentum for Australia on day two of the first Test in Dubai.

Serena roars back in convincing win

Serena Williams must wait to see whether she reaches the semi-finals of the WTA Finals in Singapore (AP)

Serena Williams bounced back from her embarrassing loss to Simona Halep by beating Eugenie Bouchard in comprehensive fashion at the WTA Finals.

Toffees fans in Lille altercation

Everton have given details of an incident involving fans ahead of their Europa League match in Lille

Everton fans in Lille have been caught up in further trouble in the build-up to Thursday's match between the two clubs, with gas being used against them by French police.

Farrell set to start for Sarries

Owen Farrell will start for Sarries on Friday

Owen Farrell will make his first start for five weeks - and a fortnight before England face world champions New Zealand - when Saracens tackle European Champions Cup rivals Munster on Friday night.

Mertesacker: Gunners below our best

Per Mertesacker has admitted he has struggled to find his best form so far this season

Vice-captain Per Mertesacker accepts Arsenal are still misfiring despite pulling off a dramatic late 2-1 win over Anderlecht in Brussels to stay on course for the Champions League knock-out stage.

Fernandes hits back in Caterham row

Tony Fernandes claims the consortium behind Caterham F1 have not paid off the debts they inherited

Tony Fernandes has accused the consortium behind Caterham of failing to honour their obligations as a public feud between the two parties has descended into a war of words.

Souness: Balotelli needs to change

Former Liverpool captain Graeme Souness believes Mario Balotelli, pictured, has to undergo a personality change to survive at Anfield

Former Liverpool captain Graeme Souness has questioned the existence of Mario Balotelli's "football brain" and believes the misfiring striker has to undergo a personality change to survive at Anfield.

Warnock charged over ref remark

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock, left, has been charged with misconduct following his comments after the match against Chelsea

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association for his post-match comments following the home defeat by Chelsea on Saturday.

Trott commits to Bears

Jonathan Trott has signed a new three-year contract with Warwickshire

Jonathan Trott has signed a new three-year contract with Warwickshire after enjoying a revival in form and spirit this past season.

Ancelotti not getting carried away

Carlo Ancelotti's men eased to victory at Anfield

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti believes his side are in top form heading into Saturday's Clasico against Barcelona, but he played down talk of a new era of dominance for the club.

Henderson: We have a lot to learn

Liverpool were taught a lesson at the hands of the European champions

Liverpool vice-captain Jordan Henderson admits the lesson they were taught by Real Madrid shows just how much they have to improve to compete with Europe's elite.