Football
FA demands answers over Old Trafford bust-up

The Football Association demanded answers from Manchester United and Manchester City on Monday following reports of ugly scenes that reportedly left City assistant coach Mikel Arteta bloodied after a fracas. The Guardian newspaper said Arteta was left with blood streaming down his face after a bust-up involving up to 20 players and members of staff from the two clubs after Sunday's Manchester derby, which City won 2-1.

English teams to wait for the draw amid talks that they may dominate the tournament

A record five English clubs will feature in the draw for the last 16 of the Champions League on Monday, amid talk that the Premier League is ready to dominate Europe once again. Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea all progressed from the group stage, making England the first country to have so many sides through to the knockout phase.

It's win or perish for Kenya: Tanzania coach declares ‘war’ on hosts ahead of tie

Already eliminated Taifa Stars aim to stop Harambee Stars from advancing to semifinals.

Guardiola takes swipe at Mourinho over penalty claim

Pep Guardiola told Jose Mourinho to stop blaming refereeing decisions for Manchester United's derby misery against Manchester City.

Athletics: Njeru and Kiprop top Safaricom Imenti race

London marathon pacemaker Pauline Njeru’s three-year dominance at the Safaricom Imenti South 15km champion came to an abrupt end as she surrendered the race title at Nkubu in Meru yesterday.

Harambee Stars and Gor Mahia great Thigo: Clubs should shun mediocrity or perish

Harambee Stars and Gor Mahia great Allan Thigo has challenged local football clubs to celebrate their former players, look up to them and embrace best management practices as a step towards full professionalism.

Mourinho: City were lucky but title race is over

Jose Mourinho admitted the Premier League title race is all but over after Manchester City delivered a hammer blow to Manchester United's challenge with a 2-1 win on Sunday.

Manchester City beat Manchester United to set a new record

City's win at a snowy Old Trafford was their 14th in succession in the Premier League, breaking the record of 13 successive league wins in a single season set by Blues, Gunners, Preston and Sunderland.

Jurgen Klopp approached the referee at the final whistle

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp slammed referee Craig Pawson for the controversial penalty decision that allowed Everton to escape with a 1-1 draw in the Merseyside derby on Sunday.

Man City down title rivals Man Utd

Manchester City surged 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League as Nicolas Otamendi's strike clinched a crucial 2-1 win at title rivals Manchester United on Sunday.