Watch: Germany star Serge Gnabry tries his hand at goalkeeping!

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Andy Murray is set to make his Grand Slam return in January at the Australian Open according to organisers of the event.

Murray beat Juan Ignacio Londero at the Shanghai Masters first round, and after the win, the Scot said he struggled with the fast conditions early on in the match.

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England play their next Rugby World Cup Pool C match against France on Saturday morning and Billy Vunipola remains a doubt for the game after suffering an injury in the clash with Argentina.

Scrum coach Neal Hatley is not ruling Vunipola out of the match just yet though.

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Hugo Lloris is set to be out of action until January after dislocating his elbow in Tottenham’s defeat to Brighton on the weekend.

France boss Didier Deschamps has ruled the goalkeeper out of the next two sets of International fixtures, and added that it is hard to say how long it will actually take Lloris to recover.

Serge Gnabry was unplayable for Bayern Munich against Tottenham in the Champions League, and the attacker decided to turn his hand to goalkeeping in training for Germany ahead of their friendly with Argentina.

And finally, we have a clip of Diego Maradona celebrating in the changing room after winning his first match as manager of Argentine side Gimnasia.

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