Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini revealed Sergio Aguero was not fully fit after his striker's stunning five-goal haul.Read the full story ›
Boss Tim Sherwood admitted he is still searching for his best team and the clock is ticking on his Aston Villa misfits.Read the full story ›
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri says everything Jamie Vardy touches is turning to gold after the England striker scored at Carrow RoadRead the full story ›
South Africa have beaten Scotland to leave a tense final round of games in Pool B of the Rugby World Cup.
The Scots were always chasing the Springboks and despite a battling display were defeated 34-16 at St James' Park in Newcastle.
Derby clinched their first home success of the season in the Championship with a 2-0 win against Brentford.Read the full story ›
Plymouth took advantage of Wycombe's home defeat to Northampton to move to the top of Sky Bet League Two with a 2-1 victory over Crawley.Read the full story ›
Sunderland head coach Dick Advocaat has revealed he has made a decision over his future - but refused to say what it is.
The 68-year-old attended his pre-match press conference after Saturday's 2-2 Barclays Premier League draw with West Ham at the Stadium of Light, which was played out amid speculation that it was his final game in charge.
However, asked if he could confirm he would still be in post beyond this weekend, he replied: "No, I can't say that."
Asked further if he had made a decision over his future, he said: "Yes, I have made a decision.
"I don't like that I don't want to discuss my own future, you will hear it this way or the other way. Let's wait and see."
Burton extended their lead at the top of League One to three points courtesy of Luke Prosser's own goal in a 1-0 home win against Southend.Read the full story ›
Barcelona lost their first Primera Division match since Lionel Messi's injury as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat to Sevilla in a riveting gameRead the full story ›
Sergio Aguero became the fifth Premier League player to score five goals in a game as he helped City come from behind to thrash Newcastle 6-1 at the Etihad Stadium.
All of the Argentinian's goals came in a 20-minute spell - making it the fastest five-goal haul in the league's history.
After Aleksandr Mitrovic put the visitors ahead, Aguero equalised with a header in the 42nd minute. He had already completed his hat-trick eight minutes later.
Only four other players to have managed the feat since the Premier League began in 1992 - Jermain Defoe for Tottenham, Alan Shearer for Newcastle and Andy Cole and Dimitar Berbatov for Manchester United.