Lionel Messi became the record goalscorer in Champions League history as he led Barcelona to a 4-0 victory over APOEL Nicosia.
It’s hardly surprising Stephen Stack isn’t tempting fate this week by loading up on Austin Stacks at his local bookmakers.
Manchester United have decided against lodging a complaint over an incident at the Emirates Stadium which saw an Arsenal fan throw red wine at the visitors’ bench.
Johnny Sexton doesn’t think Simon Zebo should be criticised for an error which led to Australia’s first try on Saturday.
Michael McGeady went for a job interview in Spain last week. In fact, he would do four interviews over four days and, if he did well, he’d progress to two further rounds of interrogation.
Philip Hobbs is not concerned about any of the other runners in Saturday’s Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury as he prepares Fingal Bay for the big race on a "workable mark".
IT would have been yesterday, a Monday in November, 94 years ago, that Luke O’Toole, the general secretary of the GAA, walked through the early-morning mist and the blood-stained, bullet-ridden grass of Croke Park, shadowed by a journalist.
Tom Brady sparked the New England Patriots to their seventh consecutive victory in a 34-9 rout of Detroit, while Indianapolis receiver T.Y. Hilton scored a touchdown for his newborn daughter.