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McLean strike gives hope to Dons

Derek McInnes praised his team's reaction in Kazakhstan

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes praised his team for coming out fighting after a poor start in Kazakhstan - but he still rates Kairat Almaty as favourites following a 2-1 Europa League defeat.

Anderson suffers side problem

James Anderson walks off the field after hurting his side at Edgbaston

James Anderson will be assessed by England's medical staff overnight after leaving the field with a "tight side" on day two of the third Ashes Test.

Newcastle net Mbemba deal

Chancel Mbemba has been cleared by the FA to join Newcastle

Newcastle have announced the signing of Chancel Mbemba and hope he will be granted a work permit in time to start the Premier League season at the club.

Luiz looks forward to Angel arrival

Angel Di Maria is said to be closing in on a move to PSG

David Luiz still regards Angel di Maria as one of the best footballers on the planet and is looking forward to playing alongside him once he completes his transfer from Manchester United to Paris St Germain.

Storey adds to World title haul

Dame Sarah Storey claimed yet another world title

Dame Sarah Storey has claimed the 21st world title of her cycling career at the UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships in Nottwil, Switzerland.

Blackpool fined £50,000

Blackpool supporters have protested against chairman Karl Oyston

Blackpool have been fined £50,000 by the Football Association following the pitch invasion which caused their final match of last season against Huddersfield at Bloomfield Road to be abandoned.

No wrongdoing by Farah - UKA

Mo Farah has been caught up in the doping allegations surrounding his coach

UK Athletics has found no evidence of wrongdoing by Mo Farah in the initial findings of its investigation into allegations of doping against his coach Alberto Salazar.

Steyn passes 400 Test wickets

Dale Steyn has become only the 13th player to take 400 Test wickets

Dale Steyn became only the second South African bowler to join the exclusive 400-wicket club on the opening day of the second Test against Bangladesh in Mirpur.

Anderson was spurred on by Lord's

England's James Anderson was focused after a poor showing at Lord's

James Anderson admits his wicketless showing at Lord's spurred him on to his best Ashes bowling figures on day one of the third Investec Test.

Di Maria 'close' to PSG move

Angel Di Maria had a disappointing first year at Old Trafford and could now leave

Laurent Blanc claims Paris St Germain are close to completing the signing of Manchester United midfielder Angel Di Maria.

Boyata buoyed by late Celtic winner

Celtic's Dedryck Boyata, left, headed in a corner from Kris Commons on Wednesday night

Dedryck Boyata's late goal gave Celtic a Champions League advantage over Qarabag and the confidence to complete the job in Azerbaijan next week.

Platini has Wales' support

It will be "very difficult" for Michel Platini, pictured, to have meaningful reform at FIFA, according to Chung Mong-joon

Michel Platini has been promised the support of the Football Association of Wales in his campaign for the FIFA presidency.

United punished by PSG

A mistake from Phil Jones led to Paris St Germain's opening goal

Manchester United's defensive vulnerabilities were highlighted with ease by Paris St Germain, who blew Louis van Gaal's team away in the Windy City.

Boyata gives Hoops advantage

Dedryck Boyata, centre, netted a late header for Celtic

Celtic's Champions League prospect became a whole lot brighter after Dedryck Boyata's late header gave them a narrow 1-0 victory over Qarabag at Parkhead.