The Five Pointer: Who will take Man United's next penalty?

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Manchester United beat Norwich 3-1 at Carrow Road yesterday afternoon, despite missing two penalties in the game.

United have scored only two of their six-spot kicks in the league this season but boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said United do have good penalty takers, and Juan Mata will take the next one, if he is on the pitch at the time.

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Liverpool beat Tottenham 2-1 yesterday in the Premier League, it keeps the Reds’ six point advantage at the top of the division and boss Jurgen Klopp absolutely loved his side’s performance.

After Southampton’s record equalling 9-0 defeat on Friday night at the hands of Leicester City, Saints’ players have donated their wages to charity.

The club will give their players’ earnings from the game to Saints Foundation - their own scheme to help give back to the community.

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Lewis Hamilton closed in on his 6th Formula One title last night, with victory at the Mexican Grand Prix.

Hamilton leads his teammate and nearest rival Valtteri Bottas by 74 points, with only 78 left available.

And finally we have a clip from the Brooklyn Nets and the Memphis Grizzlies in the NBA.

Jae Crowder produced this incredible buzzer-beating three pointer in overtime to guide the Grizzlies to victory - their first of the new season.

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