BELGIUM 8-1 ESTONIA: Any doubts over Roberto Martinez's credentials as Belgium manager were put to rest as the world's fourth-ranked side brushed Estonia aside with a magical performance. Thomas Meunier, Eden Hazard, Yannick Carrasco and an own goal from Liverpool's Ragnar Klavan all contributed to the win with Napoli forward Dries Mertens scoring a brace. However, the dominant victory was left with a dark cloud hanging over it as star man Hazard left the field in the 74th minute with an injury.
PETE JENSON: Wayne Rooney used to joke with Ander Herrera every time he missed out on a Spain call-up that if it went on much longer he would end up playing for England. On Tuesday night Herrera will finally make his debut and it will be against his Manchester United team-mate at Wembley - one man playing his first international, the other his 120th.
Bedlam in Brazil! Crashes galore, five safety cars and two red flags... but Hamilton wins to take F1 title race down to the wire
JONATHAN MCEVOY IN SAO PAULO: LEWIS HAMILTON produced one of the drives of his life to win the Brazilian Grand Prix as treacherous conditions, slips, stops and restarts lit up a rainy afternoon at Interlagos. It was the world champion's third consecutive victory and puts him within 12 points of Nico Rosberg, the championship leader, heading to Abu Dhabi for the final race of the season a week on Sunday.
Felipe Massa bid farewell to Brazilian Grand Prix in the most dramatic fashion, leaving the circuit mid-race to the applause and admiration of the watching masses and rival F1 teams. The Williams driver was making his final F1 appearance in Brazil after announcing he is to retire at the season's end. But the fairytale ending Massa may have envisaged did not materialised as he crashed out of the Interlagos contest on lap 48, after struggling to deal with the treacherous weather conditions.
PORTUGAL 5-1 LATVIA: Cristiano Ronaldo converted one penalty, missed another and also scored from open play as Portugal beat Latvia 4-1 in their World Cup qualifier on Sunday. On a typically dramatic night for the Portugal captain, Ronaldo fired the European champions ahead from his first spot kick of the evening in the first half, but missed a chance to double their lead when his second effort struck the post.
NEW Steven Gerrard has dropped yet another hint that he will be leaving LA Galaxy with a post on Instagram. The caption read: 'Special place, incredible view, I will miss you LA.' Gerrard previously posted a message thanking fans for their support in what appeared to be a farewell message sparking rumours of a return to Liverpool. Jurgen Klopp fanned those flames with his admission the Gerrard was always welcome at the club.
Edin Dzeko received what could be the most bizarre red card of the year after pulling down an opponent's pair of shorts during a World Cup qualifier on Sunday. The former Manchester City striker was sent off by referee Jonas Eriksson for his involvement in an altercation with Kyriakos Papadopoulos during Bosnia and Herzegovina's 1-1 draw with Greece.
England trained on a brisk morning in Hertfordshire on Sunday ahead of the international friendly with Spain on Tuesday - but there was one notable absentee. Caretaker manager Gareth Southgate watched on as his players trained at The Grove in Watford but striker Harry Kane didn't take part in the light training session. Kane has been sent back to Tottenham to continue his rehabilitation from an ankle injury which he sustained in September.
Jose Mourinho took time out from his troubles as Manchester United manager to take in the tennis at The O2 Arena in North Greenwich, London on Sunday. The 53-year-old has endured a mediocre start to his reign as Red Devils boss since taking over the role on May 27. With United sitting in sixth position in the Premier League table having accumulated 18 points from 11 games played, Mourinho decided to treat himself to a trip down south during the international break, and was joined by Gerard Pique, 29.
'You guys are unbelievable': Hot-head Djokovic blasts back after facing questions on hitting ball into crowd during O2 win
MIKE DICKSON AT THE O2: Trying to gauge the simmering emotions of Novak Djokovic is becoming a more complex exercise than assessing who might end the year as world No 1. The 29-year-old Serb's volcanic inclinations again brought him close to trouble yesterday before he finally overcame Dominic Thiem. It was an eventually impressive 6-7, 6-0, 6-2 victory for Djokovic on his opening appearance at this year's Barclays ATP World Tour Finals.
SAM PETERS AT TWICKENHAM: England put their South Africa hoodoo to bed in spectacular fashion with a comprehensive four-try demolition at Twickenham that extends Eddie Jones unbeaten run to 10 games since taking over as head coach. The home side, without a win over the Springboks since 2006, powered clear in style to deliver a thoroughly deserved win in difficult conditions to maintain the momentum built up during last season's Grand Slam campaign and the ensuing summer tour to Australia. Jones' men, bedevilled by injury in the lead up that saw them lose 12 potential starters, shrugged off their disrupted preparations to record one of their most convincing victories of the Australian's increasingly impressive tenure.
Manchester United starlets Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard have delved into the latest craze sweeping the internet... the 'mannequin challenge.' But, not to be outdone, the Red Devils duo put their own unique spin on the challenge by carrying it out midway through a haircut, before bursting into impromptu dance.
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He's every reason to smile after helping Brazil to a memorable victory over bitter rivals Argentina and it seems Neymar is still basking in his side's recent glory. The Barcelona superstar, who is preparing for their World Cup qualifier against Peru on Wednesday, was in buoyant mood during Sunday's training session. It seems the general mood around the Brazil camp was positive as Neymar and Co look to replicate their recent exploits when they visit their South American rivals.
'It was never going to happen': Scotland wonderkid Burke speaks about England's attempts to snatch him
Before his competitive outing, Fife-born Burke remained eligible for England where he was schooled after moving to Melton Mowbray as a child. When asked where his English mother Sally and family stood on the daring attempt to persuade him to switch allegiance, Burke said: 'They didn't really know about it, to be honest.
Sanchez returns to Chile training despite Wenger's claims that playing the Arsenal star would be 'suicidal'
Alexis Sanchez has given Chile supporters a huge boost by taking part in Saturday's training session ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Uruguay. Sanchez, whose latest injury has caused a club versus country row, was a doubt for the upcoming clash after missing Thursday's goalless draw in Colombia. The Arsenal star, however, appears to have shrugged off the knock as he joined his international team-mates for a session in Santiago.
GLENN HODDLE: Guardiola's indulgence may not be the right path for Stones... I'm starting to fear defender isn't learning
GLENN HODDLE: John Stones is at a crossroads in his career. He may only be 22 but he now has to decide whether he wants to be something really special or end up being a defender with whom managers eventually lose patience. I know that seems unlikely at Manchester City, where he has a manager for whom passing the ball out form the back is sacrosanct. And some will say that he a great environment in which to thrive. But I'm beginning to fear Stones isn't learning. Maybe Pep Guardiola isn't what he needs; it's almost like the over-indulgent father who never reprimands his son, who consequently never learns appropriate boundaries of behaviour.
Neil Taylor, Chris Gunter and Jonny Williams all joined Wales manager Chris Coleman in Pontyclun to pay their respects to the nation's war dead on Remembrance Sunday.
Gotze, Gundogan and fellow Germany stars enjoy dinner in Rome following 8-0 thrashing of San Marino in World Cup qualifying
Germany's football stars were in the mood to celebrate following their emphatic 8-0 demolition of San Marino and a four-strong party took to Rome to dine and mark the occasion in style. Borussia Dortmund star Mario Gotze headed up a party who enjoyed dinner in the Italian capital, fresh off the back of their football masterclass. Gotze was joined with Premier League stars Ilkay Gundogan and Shkodran Mustafi, along with Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
HOW HISTORY WAS MADE: Behind-the-scenes pictures reveal a relaxed McGregor preparing before his brilliant knockout against Alvarez at UFC 205 in New York
It was the biggest night of Conor McGregor's life... a chance to make history by becoming the UFC's first two-weight world champion. Any nerves, then? It seems not, if these pre-fight pictures from Madison Square Garden are anything to go by. McGregor is well known for his showmanship in front of the cameras; a brash, 'nothing phases me' attitude that has seen him rise from nothing to the star of the sport.
Dan Robson scored twice and created three more to help Wasps to an emphatic triumph over Worcester. The hosts scored seven unanswered second-half tries to keep their quarter-final hopes alive. A close first period was totally overshadowed by the rampant second 40 minutes as Dai Young's side continue to impress with their free-scoring rugby.
Stephen Smith battled bravely but ultimately came up short in his world title fight against Jason Sosa. The headline act in a night of drama in Monaco provided an entertaining spectacle with Smith knocked down in the second round. He recovered impressively but could not impact his opponent or the judges who scored the contest unanimously in the favour of the WBA 'world' super featherweight champion.
Who is the most under-rated player in the Premier League? From Fernandinho to Milner (and a couple of Burnley boys), our reporters pick their unsung heroes
The likes of Sergio Aguero, Alexis Sanchez and Phillippe Coutinho will never be short of superlatives, with managers, players, pundits and fans queueing up to praise the Premier League's superstars. But there are plenty of unsung heroes plying their trade in the top flight, turning in consistently strong performances but never quite grabbing the attention like their more illustrious team-mates - usually because they score less goals. So who are the most underrated players in the Premier League? Sportsmail asked our team of experts to name their favourites...