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United blunted by Wilder's Blades at Old Trafford

Sheffield United stunned title-chasing Manchester United as substitute Olivier Burke secured Chris Wilder's rock-bottom side just their second Premier League win of a wretched season after a 2-1 win at Old Trafford.

Championship wrap: Hourihane rescues point for Swans

Republic of Ireland midfielder Conor Hourihane marked his Sky Bet Championship debut for 10-man Swansea with a late equaliser against Brentford that sent his side second in the table.

Thyestes Chase Day preview: Brahma Bull can show class

The RTÉ cameras are in Gowran Park to capture a competitive card, with the ground extremely testing. Brendan Duke has a look ahead to the action.

Tielemans strike denies Everton victory at Goodison

Everton playmaker James Rodriguez's moment of quality was cancelled out by an error from goalkeeper Jordan Pickford which allowed Leicester to leave Goodison Park with a 1-1 draw.

European wrap: Messi scores on return in Barca comeback

Lionel Messi scored on his comeback as Barcelona came from behind to beat Rayo Vallecano in the Copa del Rey.

Judd Trump begins German Masters title defence in style

World number one Judd Trump opened the defence of his German Masters title with a comfortable 5-1 victory against Mark Davis.

Chelsea's Tuchel era begins with Wolves stalemate

Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea career fell prey to a frustrating launch night as the Blues laboured to a galling goalless Premier League draw with Wolves.

Farrell's prop picks 'make no sense', says Jackman

Some of Andy Farrell's selections for the upcoming Guinness Six Nations "make no sense" and leave the squad "lopsided", according to two former Ireland internationals.

McIlroy savours early US Open precursor at Torrey Pines

Rory McIlroy is relishing an early look at this year's US Open venue as he bids to end his winless streak in the Farmers Insurance Open.

Celtic back to winning ways but Rangers march on

Celtic returned to winning ways with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Hamilton at Parkhead but Rangers moved another step closer to the Scottish Premiership title with a 1-0 win at Hibernian.

Returning Connolly on bench as Brighton and Fulham draw

Republic of Ireland forward Aaron Connolly made his return to the Brighton match day squad but did not feature as Fulham earned their first point in three games in a goalless draw at the Amex Stadium.

IOC 'working day and night to organise a safe Olympics'

International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach has dismissed renewed speculation surrounding the delayed Tokyo 2020 Games and insisted: "It's not about the 'whether' the Games takes place, it's about the 'how'."

Burnley stun Aston Villa in five-goal thriller

Chris Wood capped a sensational comeback from Burnley as they twice came from behind to claim a 3-2 victory over Aston Villa in an entertaining encounter at Turf Moor.

Premier League: Man Utd 1-2 Sheffield United recap

Read how it all unfolded as Sheffield United caused a big upset at Old Trafford.

Pogba plans talks with Man United over future

Paul Pogba says he will hold talks with Manchester United over his future.

Chelsea set WSL unbeaten record in Villa rout

Chelsea set a Women's Super League record of 32 matches unbeaten after beating Aston Villa 4-0.

Ibrahimovic sends anti-racism message after Milan derby

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has insisted there is no place for racism in his world after becoming involved in an angry showdown with former Manchester United team-mate Romelu Lukaku.

Ulster sign Leone Nakarawa, tie down Herring & Madigan

Ulster have signed former European Player of the Year Leone Nakarawa for next season and tied down Ireland internationals Rob Herring and Ian Madigan for at least the next two years.

Inter-county bosses debate mooted championship changes

Inter-county senior football managers held a virtual meeting on Tuesday evening to discuss the proposed changes to the All-Ireland championship ahead of next month's annual congress.

UEFA boss hopeful fans can attend 12-city Euros

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has expressed optimism that fans could be allowed to attend matches at the rearranged Euro 2020 finals this summer.