Daniel Arzani, the youngest player at the World Cup, is ready to leave the A-League, with the Eredivisie seemingly an option.
Dinesh Chandimal will face a hearing at the conclusion of the second Test against West Indies after the Sri Lanka captain pleaded not guilty to ball tampering in St Lucia.
A beaming Phil Mickelson raised his arms in the air to celebrate sinking a par putt a day after causing a storm at the same hole at the US Open.
Fernando Alonso moved one step closer to completing motorsport's famous 'Triple Crown' with victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans on Sunday.
Diego Maradona has denied making a racist gesture at a group of South Korea fans following Argentina's World Cup clash with Iceland on Sunday (AEST).
Germany’s defence of their World Cup title started with a whimper as they suffered a surprise 1-0 defeat to Mexico in Moscow on Monday morning (AEST).
The Houston Astros have won 10 games in a row, tallying 10 hits as they cruised to a 10-2 victory over Kansas City Royals.
Roger Federer capped a fine return to action by winning the Stuttgart Open ahead of reclaiming the world number one spot on Monday.
Bert van Marwijk questioned the referee's conviction after the first VAR-assisted penalty went against Australia in their 2-1 defeat to France
Birthday boy Phil Mickelson was given a two-shot penalty for bizarrely putting a moving ball on moving day as he lost his head at the US Open.
England seized a 2-0 series lead in the five-match ODI series against Australia with a 38-run victory in Cardiff on Sunday morning (AEST).
Will Genia sustained a broken arm in Australia's second-Test defeat to Ireland on Saturday, with coach Michael Cheika heavily critical of the "king hit" that caused the injury.
Despite enduring a miserable opening to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Argentina captain Lionel Messi says there is no need to go "crazy".
Roger Federer came from behind to defeat an impressive Nick Kyrgios and reclaim his place at the top of the world rankings, along with a spot in the Stuttgart Open final.
Controversy over the state of the ball caused the start of day three in the second Test between West Indies and Sri Lanka to be delayed for around two hours.