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Manchester United players not to blame for Basel loss, says Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho refused to blame his Manchester United players for their surprising 1-0 away defeat at Basel on Wednesday night.

Champions League talking points: Are PSG now the team to beat?

<strong>Chelsea won 4-0 away to Qarabag but Manchester United were beaten 1-0 at Basel in Champions League action on Wednesday.</strong>

Ben Stokes sends Ashes message to England team-mates ahead of first Test

Ben Stokes has sent a message to his England team-mates, willing them on in the first Ashes Test match against Australia.

Watford tell Everton to end pursuit of Marco Silva

Watford have told Everton to end their pursuit of Hornets boss Marco Silva, according to Sky sources.

Everton's Oumar Niasse has simulation ban appeal rejected

Everton forward Oumar Niasse will serve a two-game suspension for simulation after his appeal was rejected by the FA.

President Donald Trump hits out at Roger Goodell in series of tweets

President Donald Trump has slammed NFL commissioner Roger Goodell amid suggestions teams could stay in locker rooms during the national anthem.

David Haye can battle back to fitness one more time after latest injury blow, says Johnny Nelson

Johnny Nelson trained alongside David Haye, just days before his latest injury setback, and the Sky Sports expert is hopeful the rematch with Tony Bellew can still happen.

Liverpool investigate claims of maltreatment from Sevilla police and stewards

Liverpool are investigating allegations of maltreatment from police and stewards at their Champions League clash with Sevilla on Tuesday.

Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker have made progress in talks for a unification clash, says Eddie Hearn

Anthony Joshua is "getting closer" to a heavyweight world title unification fight with Joseph Parker, says promoter Eddie Hearn.

Joe Root says England are coping well with Australia's 'external noise' ahead of first Ashes Test

Joe Root is proud of how his players are dealing with the "external noise" in Australia and feels relaxed ahead of his first Ashes series as England captain.

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