Premier League: Ollie Watkins thought he had salvaged a point for Aston Villa against West Ham, only to have it ruled out by the narrowest of margins.
Premier League: West Ham were able to just hold on for a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa, benefitting from some late VAR drama.
Premier League: Jack Grealish has built a reputation for going down easily over the years, and this embarrassing effort was made even worse as he appears to clutch the wrong leg.
NFL: Despite still seeming relatively polite, Tom Brady didn't seem too thrilled with the line of questioning after his sides loss to the Chiefs and walked out early in his presser.
NRL: There are reports circling that Benji Marshall could be set to make a switch to the English Super League with the chance at a much bigger pay cheque.
ACL: The Perth Glory have claimed their first ever point in the Asian Champions League after a 3-3 draw with Shanghai Shenhua.
NFL: The Kansas City Chiefs and Green Bay Packers were two of the big winners on NFL Sunday as the Dolphins also continued their solid form.
ACL: Melbourne Victory are still alive in their Asian Champions League group but missed a golden chance after coughing up a 2-0 lead.
Premier League: Fulham produced a stirring result to take down Leicester City with an impressive 2-1 victory.
AFL: Collingwood Magpies GM of Football Geoff Walsh is stepping away from the club and the game.
Rugby League: The jury for Jack de Belin's case has been discharged after failing to reach a unanimous verdict.
AFL: The Sydney Swans have cut ties with disgraced former player Elijah Taylor as he awaits the verdict on charges of assault.
F1: Following the finish at Bahrain, fellow drivers were still in shock over Romain Grosjean's horrific crash.
F1: Night racing at the Bahrain GP, and the race was dominated by the frightening crash to Haas driver Romain Grosjean.
Cricket: Big hitter Chris Lynn smacked an unreal 155 runs off just 55 balls in a QPL T20 on Sunday.
Cricket: Glenn Phillips powered the Black Caps to a win over the West Indies in their second T20 at the Bay Oval.
Premier League: Manchester United have Edinson Cavani to thank for a come-from-behind win over Southampton on Monday morning.
La Liga: Belgian shot stopper Thibaut Courtois made an absolute clanger as Real Madrid were soundly beaten by Alaves at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium.
NFL: More players test positive ahead of a disastrous week for the league.
Football: Arsenal have booked their spot in the knockout stages of the Europa League after securing a 3-0 victory over Molde.
Formula 1: Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton has said being knighted would be a surreal feeling and would be an incredible honour.
NRL: Storm and Warriors fans will finally be able to cheer their team in person in Round 1 of the 2021 season after the league revealed the fixture for next year.
Cricket: Australian Captain Aaron Finch believes his side can't look to contain Indian superstar Virat Kohli and instead need to focus on taking his wicket.
Football: Former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton says it's time put a line through the 'Hand of God' incident following the passing of Diego Maradona.
AFL: James Frawley's retirement was shortlived, with the former Demons and Hawks defender agreeing to join St Kilda for the 2021 season.
NRL: Bryce Cartwright has been offered a NRL lifeline after he signed a one-year deal with the Parramatta Eels.
WBBL: The Sydney Thunder are through to the Big Bash Final after the Brisbane Heat suffered a shocking batting collapse to fall by 12-runs.
Cricket: Ahead of the first ODI against Australia, Virat Kohli has admitted Rohit Sharma's absence from the squad has been a confusing issue.
Football: Football fans have come out in their thousands around the world to mourn Diego Maradona.
WBBL: Laura Kimmince was lucky to survive a delivery as the ball couldn't dislodge the bails, but then smashed the very next ball for six to make up for it.
Bobsled: Former rugby player Ash Werner is closing in on an Olympic debut, as she eyes off the Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022.
Football: Lionel Messi, Pele and Cristiano Ronaldo have paid tribute to Diego Maradona following the tragic passing of the Argentinian legend.
State of Origin: ARL Chairman Peter V'Landys has confirmed Origin will return to its regular mid-season timeslot.
NRL: Teen prodigy Joseph Suaalii could make his NRL debut as early as Round one next year for the Sydney Roosters after the South Sydney Rabbitohs agreed to release the young gun.
AFL: Eddie Betts will likely spend his last season in the league on the rookie list after signing a one-year contract.
Football: Sydney FC's time in the Asian Champions League looks to be over after they fell to Jeonbuk.
WBBL: The Melbourne Stars have qualified for their first Big Bash final after cruising to a seven-wicket victory over the Perth Scorchers.
Football: We remember Diego Maradona after the legend of football died aged 60 of a heart attack.
Football: Maradona is undoubtedly one of the greatest footballers to ever play the game, but his offield troubles complicate his legacy.
Football: It's a debate that has been hotly debated for years and one that will continue for decades to come, who was the superior player, Maradona or Pele?
Football: Following the passing of Maradona, former Socceroos striker Archie Thompson reflects on the infamous 'hand of god' moment from the 1986 World Cup.
Boxing: Cody Kaye joins Tim Tszyu at his gym to talk his upcoming fight with Bowyn Morgan and his plans for global domination after that.
A-League: In an exclusive for Fox Sports News, Rudy Gestede joins from Luxembourg to discuss the upcoming A-League season with his new team the Melbourne Victory.
Champions League: Chelsea and Barcelona are through to the next stage of the Champions League while Manchester United also took a step in the right direction.
Cricket: Australian Cricket Coach Justin Langer believes having selection headaches because you have too much talent shouldn't be considered a problem.
A-League: The A-League has finallu set their date for the comeback of the competition for next season.
Boxing: Paul Gallen is cutting a relaxed figure ahead of his fight with veteran Mark Hunt, saying all the pressure is on his more fancied opponent.
A-League: Melbourne Victory have gone down 3-1 to Beijing FC in their ACL clash in Doha, Qatar.
A-League: Western Sydney Wanderers coach Carl Robinson previews his team's newly-released fixtures.
NFL: The legendary Tom Brady couldn't get Tampa Bay over the line against the LA Rams on Tuesday, going down 27-24.