Romelu Lukaku equalised to ensure Everton earned a point after Danny Ings had given Liverpool the lead in a heated derby clash.Read the full story ›
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Charlton dramatically rescued a point with a stoppage-time equaliser in a 2-2 draw at home to London rivals Fulham.
In what was a strangely uncompetitive affair until the final 10 minutes between two teams bereft of confidence, Fulham appeared destined for victory after taking the lead through goals from Ryan Tunnicliffe and Ross McCormack.
However, Charlton captain Johnnie Jackson, on as a substitute, inspired an unlikely comeback by scoring with his first touch before Jordan Cousins headed home their second.
Sunderland have confirmed manager Dick Advocaat has left the Premier League club.
The former Rangers boss successfully kept the Black Cats in the division last season, but the club currently sit bottom of the table without a win this season.
I want to thank everyone who has stood behind me. This is a very special football club with so many great people, but I feel it is the right time to do this - not for me, but for the club.
I have made the decision to go after only eight games as I felt it was important to give everyone time to turn things around - like we did last year. I am thankful to the chairman (Ellis Short) for understanding my feelings and I remain on good terms with everyone at the club.
I wish Ellis, Lee, all of the staff, players and of course the supporters, who made me feel so welcome here, the very best of luck for the rest of the season. I have some wonderful memories to take with me and I hope I will return to see everybody again in the future.
The Rugby Football Union has ruled out any "hasty reaction" after England were knocked out of the Rugby World Cup by Australia.Read the full story ›
England are out of the Rugby World Cup after losing to Australia 13-33 at Twickenham.
The hosts were comfortably beaten by a classy Australian team, with a last-minute try sealing their misery.
Prince Harry was caught on camera passionately cheering on the England rugby team as they struggled against Australia in a crunch match at Twickenham.
As the host nation toiled, the royal - who was pictured giving his brother William a stern look during England's defeat against Wales - could be seen shouting: "Come on! Let's go!"