Brendan Rodgers firmly believes that Leicester were denied a clear penalty during their defeat at home to Manchester City. Leicester were beaten 1-0 by the reigning Premier League champions in an entertaining contest – Gabriel Jesus grabbing the winner on 80 minutes. Getty Images - Getty Jesus came off the bench to get the winner for Man City However, the game was not short of controversy with the home side denied a spot-kick and a golden chance to open the scoring in the first half. The ball struck Kevin De Bruyne on the hand as the Man City star raised his arms to prevent a James Maddison free-kick from hitting him in the face. Sky Sports A penalty against Man City could have changed the course of the game It
Champions League holders Liverpool return to European action tonight as they take on Atletico Madrid in the Round of 16. Jurgen Klopp’s Reds, who won the tournament at Atletico’s home stadium last May, edged out Napoli to top Group E before Christmas. But the strength of the Champions League this season means they will now face Spanish big guns Atletico in the knockout stage after they finished behind Juventus in Group D. These two have not faced each other since the semi-finals of the Europa League in 2010. Atletico won that meeting thanks to a extra-time away goal from Diego Forlan. Getty Images - Getty Liverpool take on Atletico Madrid in the Champions League Round of 16 Atletico Madrid vs Liverpool: How to listen The Round of 16 first-leg tie wil
Tom Curran says England’s lack of runs in the first one-day international with South Africa cost them the match. England scored just 258 for eight from their 50 overs with early wickets causing a lot of damage. The hosts eased to a seven-wicket victory with 14 balls to spare but never looked in any danger. Getty Images - Getty Tom Curran was speaking to talkSPORT ahead of the second ODI This is something they will be looking to rectify in the second match of the three-game series, with commentary live on talkSPORT 2. Curran told talkSPORT: “You can pick parts of the game apart and analyse what went wrong but at the end of the day we didn’t get enough runs. “Trying to defend that always looks worse than it is. Simply we didn’t get enough runs. “It hap
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Media playback is not supported on this device Andy Ruiz Jr said three months of partying and a lack of proper training left him "overweight" for his world title rematch with Anthony Joshua.Ruiz, 30, was comprehensively out-pointed in Saudi Arabia, six months after shocking the boxing world by stopping Joshua in New York.The Mexican vowed he would be "a lot better" if he gets a third fight. "I should have trained harder. I should have listened to my team and coaches," he said."For this fight I was overweight. I didn't move how I wanted to."Joshua 'emotional' after rega...