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Chelsea fans raise £600,000 for charities – Tuesday’s sporting social

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The money was for raised Refuge, NHS Charities Together and Plan International following the completion of ticket holder refund process.

Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.

Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from June 30.

Goodwill

Chelsea fans have helped raise £600,000 for Refuge, NHS Charities Together and Plan International following the completion of ticket holder refund process.

Chairman Bruce Buck told the Blues’ official website: “We are hugely grateful to our supporters for their incredible generosity and their continued support for all three charities.

“The work of Refuge, NHS Charities Together and Plan International is of great importance to the Chelsea community and beyond, and particularly at this difficult time.

“For our supporters to have raised so much for others, as we all try to stay safe, is a phenomenal gesture and I would like to say thank you on behalf of everyone at the club.”

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Football

Former England goalkeeper Joe Hart waved goodbye to Burnley.

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A ⭐️ is born!

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Christian Eriksen showed off Inter Milan’s new kit.

Leeds produced their own ‘Gogglebox’ show and boxer Josh Warrington was the among the fans involved.

Who won the battle for the cupcake? Neymar or Mbappe?

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The cupcake battle ??

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Chris Woakes reflected on England’s World Cup win over India from last year.

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Love being back at it.

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Tennis

Rafael Nadal will never have any trouble with sunburn again!

Johanna is going to use Wimbledon’s strawberries in Konta’s Kitchen.

Ricky Hatton wished Mike Tyson happy birthday.

The Wigan lads have stayed in good shape.

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