Lewis Hamilton seems to have found a unique way of putting the disappointment of the Malaysian Grand Prix behind him. The F1 driver, who had to retire 15 laps from the end of Sunday's race, made use of Snapchat's 'bunny rabbit filter' to entertain himself during Thursday's press conference for the Japanese Grand Prix. Clearly uninterested in his media obligations, Hamilton took to the social media platform to share the warped snaps of himself and fellow driver Carlos Sainz with the caption 'this **** is killing me.'
Former Aston Villa defender Luna apologises after sex tape of threesome involving team-mate is leaked online
Antonio Luna has issued a statement after a sex tape featuring the former Aston Villa defender appeared online. The short clip appears to show Luna alongside Sergi Enrich, both now at Spanish club Eibar, with a young woman. Luna made 17 appearances for Villa between 2013 and 2014 before leaving to join Verona and Spezia on loan, before securing a permanent move to Eibar.
The moment Beckham made England fans shake with joy: 15 years ago, Goldenballs saved his country from a Greek tragedy with last-gasp free-kick before captivated nation
JOE BERNSTEIN: You can always tell when a genuinely momentous footballing event has taken place. The stadium rocks, literally, with all the noise and sudden movement from fans, and the television cameras consequently shake as they record history. So it was when David Beckham's 93rd-minute free-kick at Old Trafford – exactly 15 years ago on Thursday - took England to the World Cup finals in Japan and Korea. The video footage is extraordinary, you will rarely hear noise or see a spontaneous outpouring of joy like it.
Secret Southgate: How a 'posh' boy who fancied a career in journalism survived jokes about his nose to make it to the top
SAM CUNNINGHAM AND CRAIG HOPE: Gareth Southgate was a slight, unassuming 14-year-old from Crawley, well- spoken and wearing a cardigan. Yet, as Sportsmail has been told this week by those who have known Southgate at different stages in his 46 years, the man who takes charge of England has a steely core that belies his nice-guy exterior.
Brazil boss Tite is set to choose Philippe Coutinho over Chelsea winger Willian for his side's upcoming World Cup qualifiers and believes there is a reason why Liverpool fans call him 'the Magician'. Coutinho has enjoyed a fine start to the season with the Reds and has seemingly impressed his national manager, who is set to give him a chance to shine in Brazil's matches against Bolivia and Venezuela. Tite, who took over from Dunga as Brazil boss in June, praised Coutinho's creative abilities and believes his 'moment' with the five-time World Cup winners is now.
England's Young Lions produce Total Football against Holland as Roberts finishes off 14-pass wondergoal
England's Young Lions handed a footballing lesson to their Dutch counterparts during Wednesday's Under 20 international. Manchester City winger Patrick Roberts, currently on loan at Celtic, put the finishing touch on a superb 14-pass move for the opening goal. Reading goalkeeper Luke Southwood started the move in his own penalty area and the ball was played up to Roberts on the edge of the box and the 19-year-old rifled the ball home into the net the sixth minute.
Meet the Klopp clone: Wagner was the Liverpool manager's best man... now he's leading Huddersfield to Premier League (after taking them on wild fishing trip!)
CRAIG HOPE: Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner could easily pass as stunt double for Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, his room-mate of four years as a player at Mainz and for whom he was best man. During an afternoon in his company at Huddersfield's Canalside training complex, it is clear why the club's players have bought into his, at times madcap, methods. In short, they have bought into Wagner the person.
England stars Jordan Henderson, Eric Dier and John Stones took a break from training to enjoy a round of golf at The Belfry ahead of the forthcoming World Cup qualifiers.
They share 1,260 Premier League goals between them and on Wednesday night they joined together in London to celebrate their part in promoting the top-flight of English football. Nine of the Premier League's 25-man-strong 100 goal club - (left to right) Ryan Giggs, Dion Dublin, Alan Shearer, Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink, Matt Le Tissier, Michael Owen, Les Ferdinand, Emile Heskey and Robin van Persie - stand arms around shoulders, smiling for the camera.
UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping is promising a successful revenge mission when he makes the first defence of his title against veteran Dan Henderson in Manchester in the early hours of Sunday morning. The Clitheroe-born fighter suffered a second-round knock-out to the Californian seven years ago in Las Vegas - a moment he has played down as just an off-day - but he maintains the belief he was a better fighter then and remains so now.
The acclimatisation process is still taking place here in Bangladesh and we found it tough in our warm-up game against a Board XI. It was brutal and reminded me of the first training session we had in Dubai last year when it was up near 40 degrees but the guys grafted hard and we came away with a decent win to prepare ourselves for the serious business.
Spain in high spirits ahead of crunch Italy clash as they hoist Morata in the air at his former home ground in Turin
Upon his return to the Juventus Stadium Alvaro Morata was given special treatment by his Spanish team-mates ahead of the crunch clash with Italy. Spain face their old foes, who knocked them out of Euro 2016 at the second round stage, as they look to pull clear at the top of Group G. Having thrashed Liechtenstein 8-0 in their opening game last month, a win over the Italians would see Julen Lopetegu's side maintain their 100 per cent record ahead of a trip to Albania on Sunday.
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As Bradley becomes first US boss in Premier League, who are the American players who have made their mark there?
After being brought in to replace Francesco Guidolin at Swansea, Bob Bradley has become the first manager from the USA to take charge of a Premier League club. With managers seemingly hesitant to cross the pond, the players themselves have no such issues with nearly 40 of them playing a minute or more since the Premier League's formation in 1992. We took a look at the likes of Clint Dempsey, Brad Friedel and Jozy Altidore during their time in England, and give our verdict on whether they were a hit or a miss.
Low. who led Germany to their fourth World Cup title in 2014 in Brazil, has been in charge since 2006 and insists he will not return to the Bundesliga after he leaves his post with the national team. The 56-year-old manager also said the treatment of coaches is sometimes unfair.
Kit clash at City! Guardiola and Duggan share joke after pitching up to photoshoot dressed in same colours
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola and women's striker Toni Duggan shared an awkward moment together when they turned up to a photoshoot in almost identical clothing.
Dele Alli and Eric Dier's burgeoning friendship has been well-documented since the beginning of last season, as the talented, young pair continue to spend time together with Tottenham Hotspur and the England national team. And the latest instalment of their playful bromance has seen Alli get away with a brilliantly-timed nutmeg on Dier while on international duty... with his team-mate failing to notice. Alli, 20, and Dier, 22, are currently at St George's Park, preparing for England's two imminent World Cup qualifiers under new caretaker boss Gareth Southgate.
Redknapp gives Scottish schoolkids a footballing lesson... after a round of golf with old pal Gullit
Jamie Redknapp took time out of his participation in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship to play a game of football with a Scottish school team. Up north of the border to take part in the golfing event, the Sportsmail columnist did his bit to muck in with the St Johns RC High School football team. St Johns were the winners of the Scottish Schools Football Association Senior Boys Shield earlier this year, and were treated to an exhibition from the former England midfielder.
'Sometimes I have to be selfish!': Watch Ozil and Cazorla commentate on Arsenal's 3-0 win over Manchester United last season
Arsenal playmakers Mesut Ozil and Santi Cazorla were all smiles as they manned the microphones for Arsenal's YouTube series 'UnClassic Commentary.' The duo commentated over the Gunners' 3-0 victory against Manchester United last year and proceeded to compliment and poke fun at themselves and their team-mates.
Anthony Joshua gave his neck muscles a strenuous workout with the aid of a gym ball as the British heavyweight waits to see if a blockbuster clash with Wladimir Klitschko will go ahead. The IBF world champion shared an Instagram video from the gym showing him taking part in a few exercises with the inflated ball that are designed to strengthen the muscles in his neck, simply captioned: 'Loading #AJboxing'. The 26 year-old is pencilled in for a mandatory defence of his title on November 26,while Klitschko is looking for an opponent after his rematch with Tyson Fury, scheduled for later this month, was cancelled for a second time owing to the Briton being 'medically unfit'.
Spain's two-time world champion Fernando Alonso took to Instagram on Wednesday to post a photo of himself smiling on the Tokyo Metro next to some locals, with the caption: 'Metro time'. Alonso is in Tokyo ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix, which takes place on Sunday afternoon.
Australia fell victim to another mammoth one-day international run chase as David Miller's century helped South Africa clinch their five-match series in Durban. Skipper Steven Smith and David Warner both hit centuries as Australia piled up 371 for six, but it was not enough as Miller took centre stage under the Kingsmead lights in the third ODI on Wednesday.
England may now call themselves the 'laughing stock of world football'... but here are 10 young Lions who could lift the gloom
It’s not easy being an England supporter right now after Sam Allardyce’s swift departure as manager followed the embarrassing defeat to Iceland at Euro 2016. Former England striker and BBC pundit Alan Shearer described the national team as 'a laughing stock of world football', a statement with which full-back Danny Rose was inclined to agree. But as Gareth Southgate prepares to lead the team into the World Cup qualifiers against Malta and Slovenia, it’s not all doom and gloom for international football in this country either.