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Shelvey edges Swans past Saints

Jonjo Shelvey's fine, late strike secured Swansea a first Barclays Premier League win of 2015 as Southampton were punished for failing to turn their dominance into goals.

Hi-Five for Arsenal as Villa slump

Theo Walcott netted in a thumping Arsenal win

Arsenal closed the gap on the top four of the Barclays Premier League as they romped to a 5-0 win over Aston Villa, whose goal drought continued at the Emirates Stadium.

Old Firm glory sees Celtic to final

Celtic's Leigh Griffiths celebrates his goal

Celtic cruised through to the Scottish League Cup final with a 2-0 win over Rangers at Hampden Park on a day when the gulf between the two traditional rivals was laid bare.

Sturridge puts faith in team-mates

Daniel Sturridge made a goalscoring return for Liverpool

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge believes talented team-mates will make it easier for him to continue to score goals as he makes his return from injury.

Cash: Murray had a meltdown

Pat Cash, pictured, was critical of Andy Murray's performance in Sunday's final

Former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash accused Andy Murray of collapsing in the latter stages of his Australian Open final defeat to Novak Djokovic and believes he needs to learn from his mistakes.

Lampard: Title race still alive

Frank Lampard, left, is targeting a fourth Premier League title and a first with Manchester City

Frank Lampard has told Chelsea the title race remains on as he targets a fourth Premier League winners' medal and a first with Manchester City.

Van Gaal: Battle will go on

Louis van Gaal salutes Manchester United fans after the 3-1 win over Leicester

Louis van Gaal has warned Manchester United they still have much work to do before they secure Champions League qualification.

Palace sign Souare

Alan Pardew has been active in the transfer market

Crystal Palace have made their third signing inside the space of a week as Senegal international defender Pape Souare completed a move from Lille for an undisclosed fee.

Solid McIlory takes Dubai title

Rory McIlroy eased to success in Dubai (AP)

World number one Rory McIlroy admitted he was looking for the solid rather than the spectacular as he won the Dubai Desert Classic for a second time.

Murray: I let Djokovic distract me

Novak Djokovic, pictured, proved too good for Andy Murray in the end (AP)

Andy Murray blamed himself after suffering more Melbourne misery at the hands of Novak Djokovic on Sunday, losing the pair's third Australian Open final with a dramatic late collapse.

Williams eyeing more grand slams

Serena Williams lifted her 19th grand slam title on Saturday (AP)

Serena Williams will adjust her playing schedule to focus on more grand slam titles after claiming the 19th of her career in Melbourne on Saturday.

Grant added to Scotland squad

Scotland's Ryan Grant, pictured, has been recalled to Vern Cotter's squad

Glasgow prop Ryan Grant has been recalled to Scotland's RBS 6 Nations squad after being acquitted of an assault charge.

Westwood unhappy at Open move

Lee Westwood believes the switch of the Open Championship to Sky will damage golf

Lee Westwood has called the decision for the Open Championship to move from terrestrial television to Sky Sports next year "an absolute disgrace".

Johnson return unsettles England

Mitchell Johnson was Enngland's tormentor once more (AP)

Australia sealed a crushing Tri-Series final victory over England, who were spooked by a destructive return from Mitchell Johnson.

Australia set England 279 to win

Glen Maxwell's 95 set Australia up nicely in the Tri-Series final (AP)

Australia set England 279 to win the Tri-Series final at the WACA, with Glenn Maxwell's 95 and James Faulkner's brutal half-century providing the first-innings backbone.

Pellegrini: We played to win

Manuel Pellegrini was 'very proud' of his Manchester City side's approach against Chelsea

Manuel Pellegrini made a veiled criticism of Chelsea's style as Jose Mourinho continued his vow of silence after his side's impressive rearguard display in a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge.

Rodgers glad to have Sturridge back

Seeing Daniel Sturridge, pictured, back in action was a relief for Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists expectations still need to be handled carefully regarding Daniel Sturridge but he was delighted the fit-again striker is back and scoring.

Poch heaps praise on two-goal Kane

Harry Kane continued his goal-scoring form with a brace against West Brom

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino expects Harry Kane to get even better as the striker's superb season continued with two goals at West Brom.

Costa: I've done nothing wrong

Chelsea's Diego Costa denies he intentionally set out to stamp

Chelsea striker Diego Costa insists there was no malicious intent behind the stamp on Emre Can which earned him a three-match ban from the Football Association.