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Matic wants to take back control

Nemanja Matic believes Chelsea must regain control of their season at Atletico Madrid on Tuesday

Chelsea must wrestle back control of their season in Tuesday's Champions League semi-final at Atletico Madrid, according to Nemanja Matic.

Flag mix-up can't stop Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton holds his champion trophy during the prize presentation on the podium after the Chinese Formula One Grand Prix (AP)

For the first time in Lewis Hamilton's Formula One career he has now taken the chequered flag for three consecutive races, even though the one in China caused confusion by being waved prematurely.

Mourinho makes official point

Jose Mourinho tasted defeat in a Premier League game at Stamford Bridge for the first time on Saturday

Jose Mourinho oozed irony as he hailed referee Mike Dean and referees' boss Mike Riley for "unbelievable" performances in the wake of Chelsea's Barclays Premier League title-threatening 2-1 home defeat to Sunderland.

No problem with Sandro - Sherwood

Tim Sherwood, pictured, has no problem with Sandro

Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood played down talk of any bad blood between him and Sandro after the midfielder was dropped for Saturday's 3-1 Barclays Premier League win over Fulham.

Monk: It's not over yet

Garry Monk wants Swansea to finish the season strongly

Swansea boss Garry Monk warned his players their Barclays Premier League status is not yet secure despite a last-gasp 2-1 victory at Newcastle.

Pulis praises Palace attack

Tony Pulis hailed his forwards after their performance at Upton Park

Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis believes his team deserve more credit for their attacking talents after the Eagles guaranteed Barclays Premier League survival with a 1-0 win at West Ham.

We felt hard done by - Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer felt the first-half penalty awarded to Stoke spurred his side on

Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed a contentious first-half penalty for Stoke galvanised his players into the recovery act that could help secure Barclays Premier League survival.

Referee was consistent - Booth

Toby Booth felt the refereeing was fair against Worcester

Bath first-team coach Toby Booth could afford to be philosophical about a bizarre yellow card handed out to George Ford after the fly-half returned to the action to conjure a late bonus-point try for Matt Banahan against Worcester.

Hopkins adds historic WBA title

Bernard Hopkins, right, has become the oldest boxer to unify a weight division (AP)

Bernard Hopkins once again made history by becoming the oldest boxer to unify a weight division after adding the WBA light-heavyweight crown to his IBF title with a split-decision victory over Beibut Shumenov.

Job done for O'Sullivan

Ronnie O'Sullivan beat Robin Hull 10-4

Ronnie O'Sullivan moved a first step nearer the sixth world title that would give him equal footing with Steve Davis and Ray Reardon after a no-frills opening win against Robin Hull at the Crucible.

Sunderland end Mourinho record

Samuel Eto'o reacts after a missed shot during the defeat to Sunderland

Blunders from veteran goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer and full-back Cesar Azpilicueta allowed Sunderland to inflict Jose Mourinho's first home league defeat as Chelsea manager and hand Liverpool control in the Barclays Premier League title race.

Banahan try a Bath bonus

Bath's Horacio Gulla beats the tackle of Worcester's Mike Williams to score their second try

Bath left it until the 77th minute to claim the four-try bonus point that lifts them back into third place in the Aviva Premiership as they overcame Worcester at the Rec.

Bony at the double for Swansea

Wilfried Bony, right, celebrates scoring the winner

Wilfried Bony's injury-time penalty snatched a vital 2-1 victory for Swansea as Newcastle succumbed to a fifth successive Barclays Premier League defeat.

Palace maintain fine form

Mile Jedinak scored the only goal in Crystal Palace's win

Mile Jedinak's second-half penalty secured Crystal Palace a gutsy 1-0 victory at West Ham and guaranteed the Eagles' survival in the Barclays Premier League for another season.

Penalties traded in lively draw

Peter Whittingham equalised for Cardiff from the penalty spot

Peter Whittingham's second-half penalty gave Cardiff a precious point in their scrap for Barclays Premier League survival - but the Welsh club still have it all to do.

Eriksen stars as Spurs sink Fulham

Paulinho, right, celebrates netting the opener

Christian Eriksen was again the architect as Tottenham halted embattled Fulham's Barclays Premier League resurgence at White Hart lane.

No way back for Pietersen - Downton

ECB managing director Paul Downton has stressed England are moving on without Kevin Pietersen, pictured

Kevin Pietersen, and his supporters, can no longer be in the slightest doubt that he will ever play for England again - after the clearest of management statements at Lord's.

O'Sullivan in control at Crucible

Ronnie O'Sullivan, pictured, has opened up a five-frame lead over Robin Hull

Ronnie O'Sullivan was straight into an ominous groove as he opened a commanding lead over Robin Hull in their Dafabet World Championship first-round clash.