Trademark All Blacks try and Djokovic’s street clinic – Sunday’s sporting social

Declan Rice had fun and Tyson Fury dished out the love.

Trademark All Blacks try and Djokovic’s street clinic – Sunday’s sporting social

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 October 18.


Marcus Rashford responded to messages of thanks from schoolchildren as he continues his campaign to tackle child hunger.

Rashford’s efforts have had an impact on his United team-mates.

Paul Pogba ‘came home’ with a comeback victory for Manchester United at Newcastle.

And nutmegged Rashford!

Mohamed Salah supported injured Liverpool team-mate Virgil Van Dijk.

Bad news for Jordan Ayew.

Karl Darlow became the first Premier League goalkeeper to save a Bruno Fernandes penalty, but left disappointed.

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Tough one to take, we go again! ⚽️ #mannew #nufc

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Robbie Savage – the new head of football operations at Macclesfield as they attempt to build a new club at Moss Rose following being wound up last month – turned 46.

Zlatan was as modest as ever!

Trent Alexander-Arnold mocked VAR.

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VAR mode off.

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As did Declan Rice, who mocked a Spurs fan.

Southampton welcomed back Theo Walcott.

Aleksandar Mitrovic had no penalty joy.

At either end…

Fulham vice-chairman Tony Khan reacted to their 1-1 draw at Bramall Lane.

USA internationals Tobin Heath and Christen Press opened their Manchester United accounts in a 4-2 win at West Ham.

While Arsenal’s Vivianne Miedema broke records in the North London derby, becoming the first player to reach 50 Women’s Super League goals – in just 50 games!

A milestone for Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid.

Rhian Brewster made his Blades bow.

AJ Tracey was live and direct with his views on Gareth Bale’s Tottenham return.

Rugby Union

New Zealand’s Caleb Clarke produced an astonishing run, sparking an All Blacks try in the Bledisloe Cup clash with Australia.


It’s amazing who you bump into in the street!

Garbine Muguruza saw the sights in Florence.

Picture perfect.


Plenty of jokers in the Delhi pack.

By order of the Peaky Broads!

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By order of the Peaky….

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Eddie Hearn was not happy.

Tyson Fury wished everyone well.

That’s one way to celebrate!

Frank Bruno delved through the archives.

Kell Brook is back.

And where is Derek?

Rugby League

The winning moment.

From zero to hero.


Another win for Lisa Ashton.

The Queen of the Palace missed out on a return.


Dina Asher-Smith is ready to go.

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