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Celtic beat Partick Thistle to go 11 points clear

Leigh Griffiths comes off the bench to score Celtic’s winner as the Premiership champions stretch their lead to 11 points.

Kobe Bryant: Five-time NBA champion is nominated for an Oscar

Five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant is nominated for an Oscar for his short animated film ‘Dear Basketball’.

Police raid French rugby headquarters and president’s home

Police raid the headquarters of the French Rugby Federation amid ongoing investigations into president Bernard Laporte.

Spartak Moscow: Russian club’s head of media fined for ‘racist’ tweet

The Russian Football Union fines Spartak Moscow’s head of media for a ‘racist’ tweet posted by player Georgi Dzhikiya.

Joey Barton claims 50% of professional footballers bet on matches

Joey Barton claims “50%” of professional footballers bet on matches, and says gambling is “culturally engrained” in the sport.

Manchester United remains football’s top revenue-generator

The Old Trafford club leads the Deloitte global football money league for the tenth time.

Richie Anderson: It’s time to tell my team-mates I’m gay

Sunday league footballer and BBC local radio presenter Richie Anderson tells his Coombs Wood FC team-mates that he is gay.

Tributes after ‘national hero’ Armfield dies aged 82

Jimmy Armfield is described as a ‘national hero and football legend’ after news of his death at the age of 82

Munich, Moore and Clough – Armfield’s life in football

In an interview from 2017, Jimmy Armfield, who has died aged 82, tells BBC Sport about some of his most interesting moments from a life in football.

Messi and Suarez score twice as Barcelona beat Betis

Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez both score twice as Barcelona thrash Real Betis 5-0 to go 11 points clear at the top of La Liga.

Bale and Ronaldo score twice in thumping Real victory

Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo score twice as Real Madrid return to winning ways in La Liga with victory against Deportivo La Coruna.

Barry Hearn says snooker can survive without Ronnie O’Sullivan

World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn is confident the sport can survive without Ronnie O’Sullivan, who has threatened to not play in the 2018 World Championship.

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