England’s Ashes embarrassment was completed as Australia sealed a 4-0 series victory with a Hobart hammering.
Australia won by 146 runs as England were bowled out for 124 in the space of 22.4 overs on day three of the fifth Test.
It was also a miserable weekend for Rafael Benitez as his brief Everton reign ended and Novak Djokovic, the number one men’s tennis player, who was deported from Australia after failing to overturn the decision to cancel his visa.
Here, the PA news agency takes a look at the sporting weekend in pictures.
Rafael Benitez gives instructions in his final game as Everton manager during the Toffees’ 2-1 defeat at Norwich on Saturday (Joe Giddens/PA) Kevin De Bruyne (centre) celebrates with Manchester City team-mates after scoring the winner in the Premier League top-of-the-table encounter against Chelsea (Martin Rickett/PA)
Rams owner Stan Kroenke doesn’t back away from his obligations. Unless he does. Although Cowboys owner Jerry Jones proclaimed last year that Kroenke is a “man of principle” who “doesn’t back away” at a time when reporting suggested that Kroenke was trying to back away from his promise to indemnify his partners regarding the litigation [more]
Snoop Dogg is a man of many talents. He makes music, does Skip The Dishes commercials, cooks with Martha Stewart, and even had his own Netflix show where he was coaching a youth football team. Snoop will also DJ from time to time and the great ...
Sadly, a toxicology report on Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins released this week shows that Haskins died like other promising young athletes, celebrities and everyday people: bad judgment in South Florida, party central.