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Sweden 1-1 Spain: Moreno's last-gasp equaliser books spot at Euro 2020 finals for visitors

Sweden 1-1 Spain: Moreno's last-gasp equaliser books spot at Euro 2020 finals for visitors

A stoppage-time strike by substitute Rodrigo cancelled out Marcus Berg's opener for Sweden and gave Spain the draw they needed to qualify for Euro 2020.

Euro 2020: Bulgarian stewards 'removed bibs before racially abusing England's black players'

Euro 2020: Bulgarian stewards 'removed bibs before racially abusing England's black players'

Onlookers from football's anti-discrimination body Fare, as reported by The Times, were at the Vasil Levski Stadium as a series of racist chants and actions came from the stands.

Robin Goodfellow's racing tips: Best bets for Wednesday, October 16

Robin Goodfellow's racing tips: Best bets for Wednesday, October 16

Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips for Wednesday's meetings at Wetherby, Southwell, Nottingham, Kempton and Bath.

'Champion? I still can't believe': Murphy's shock ahead of coronation at British Champions Day

'Champion? I still can't believe': Murphy's shock ahead of coronation at British Champions Day

INTERVIEW BY MARCUS TOWNEND: Nothing can be more draining for a sportsman or sportswoman than the weight of expectation.

Andy Murray insists he would never have got back on court without support from wife, Kim

Andy Murray insists he would never have got back on court without support from wife, Kim

MIKE DICKSON IN ANTWERP: Forty miles and nearly four years from a great win, Andy Murray was on Tuesday night back on court in Belgium, seeking to complete his four-week comeback tour.

De Gea injury scare for Manchester United as goalkeeper limps off in Spain clash

De Gea injury scare for Manchester United as goalkeeper limps off in Spain clash

Manchester United face an anxious wait to discover the extent of the injury suffered by David De Gea while playing for Spain on Tuesday night.

Bulgaria's FA president RESIGNS following fans' Nazi salutes and racist chants

Bulgaria's FA president RESIGNS following fans' Nazi salutes and racist chants

The president of the Bulgarian Football Association has resigned from his position after England's black players were subjected to shocking racist treatment in Sofia on Monday night.

Rugby World Cup news: Golden boy Liam Williams confident of keeping Wales winning streak going

Rugby World Cup news: Golden boy Liam Williams confident of keeping Wales winning streak going

WILL KELLEHER IN BEPPU: Liam Williams has the Midas touch in 2019 - and his only goal now with Wales is to end a perfect year by lifting the World Cup.

Switzerland 2-0 Republic of Ireland: Visitors miss chance to qualify for Euro 2020

Switzerland 2-0 Republic of Ireland: Visitors miss chance to qualify for Euro 2020

CRAIG HOPE AT STADE DE GENEVE: Republic of Ireland will have to beat Denmark in Dublin next month if they are to avoid the Euro 2020 playoffs after another uninspiring night here in Switzerland.

Real Madrid news: Luke Modric ruled out for several weeks with leg injury

Real Madrid news: Luke Modric ruled out for several weeks with leg injury

Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric faces several weeks on the sidelines after suffering a leg muscle injury during Croatia's draw with Wales.

The two lads from Devon buying retro boots and selling them to Aubameyang, Xavi, Morata and Co

The two lads from Devon buying retro boots and selling them to Aubameyang, Xavi, Morata and Co

It is known as 'flipping'. At least it was when teenagers Jake Self and Cam Sangster began selling football boots out of their bedroom and garage just outside Torquay.

England U21 5-1 Austria U21: Eddie Nketiah grabs hat-trick and misses penalty

England U21 5-1 Austria U21: Eddie Nketiah grabs hat-trick and misses penalty

JACK GAUGHAN AT STADIUM MK: A triumph for England's trialling, Austria were demolished by the tinkerers on a night that will prompt real optimism.

Southend confirm that Henrik Larsson will NOT become League One side's new boss

Southend confirm that Henrik Larsson will NOT become League One side's new boss

Southend chairman Ron Martin has revealed former Derby, Aston Villa and Celtic forward Tommy Johnson has scuppered the deal by accepting a job elsewhere, and the talks have fallen through.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino demands effective ways to eradicate racism after Bulgaria fans abuse

FIFA president Gianni Infantino demands effective ways to eradicate racism after Bulgaria fans abuse

Gianni Infantino has called for 'new, stronger and more effective ways to eradicate racism in football' in the wake of the abuse suffered by England players during their Euro 2020 qualifier in Bulgaria.

Alexis Sanchez to remain at Inter despite injury due to no Manchester United loan release clause

Alexis Sanchez to remain at Inter despite injury due to no Manchester United loan release clause

Sanchez could be out of action until the New Year if he requires surgery, but United sources have confirmed there is no release clause in the deal that saw him move to Italy for the rest of the season.

Manchester City full back Oleksandr Zinchenko wildly celebrates win over Portugal

Manchester City full back Oleksandr Zinchenko wildly celebrates win over Portugal

Manchester City full back Oleksandr Zinchenko couldn't hide his excitement after Ukraine beat Portugal to qualify for next year's European Championship.

Inside Bulgaria's 'Lauta Army': The radical hooded hooligan gang who abused England's black players

Inside Bulgaria's 'Lauta Army': The radical hooded hooligan gang who abused England's black players

They were at the centre of the shameful scenes of England's black players being racially abused in Sofia on Monday and proudly boast of fighting rival fans. This is the Lauta Army.

Rugby World Cup 2019: England's Billy Vunipola 'very likely' to be available for quarter-final

Rugby World Cup 2019: England's Billy Vunipola 'very likely' to be available for quarter-final

CHRIS FOY IN BEPPU: England expect Billy Vunipola to be available for their World Cup quarter-final against Australia in Oita on Saturday, after the No 8 came through training.

MARTIN SAMUEL: Football authorities treat racism as an English obsession

MARTIN SAMUEL: Football authorities treat racism as an English obsession

MARTIN SAMUEL - CHIEF SPORTS WRITER: The authorities underplay racism's consequences and its existence; they have treated it on many occasions as a peculiarly English obsession

What's wrong at Atletico Madrid? Ex-Blues strikers not firing and no understanding up front

What's wrong at Atletico Madrid? Ex-Blues strikers not firing and no understanding up front

While Atletico are still keeping pace with La Liga's top two, their performances have left fans frustrated with three of their last four league games ending as goalless stalemates.

Steph Curry believes new arena will help Golden State Warriors remain a force to be reckoned with

Steph Curry believes new arena will help Golden State Warriors remain a force to be reckoned with

EXCLUSIVE: The Warriors have a new home in the form of the Chase Center in San Francisco after nearly 50 years spent playing at the Oracle Arena.

Leicester will pay tribute to late chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha by opening a memorial garden

Leicester will pay tribute to late chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha by opening a memorial garden

October 27 will mark one year since the helicopter accident that killed Khun Vichai, staff members Kaveporn Punpare and Nusara Suknamai, and pilots Eric Swaffer and Izabela Lechowicz.

Enable to race on in 2020 as owner Khalid Abdullah eyes third Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe victory

Enable to race on in 2020 as owner Khalid Abdullah eyes third Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe victory

The five-year-old came up short in her bid for a historic third Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe earlier this month, but Abdullah has decided to race on with the John Gosden-trained mare next year.

Manchester United news: Louis Saha believes Cristiano Ronaldo would revive fortunes of former club

Manchester United news: Louis Saha believes Cristiano Ronaldo would revive fortunes of former club

Louis Saha named Cristiano Ronaldo as the most 'obsessed' player he played with, and feels his former team-mate would revive Manchester United's fortunes.

Bulgaria CHARGED by UEFA for racist behaviour during clash with England

Bulgaria CHARGED by UEFA for racist behaviour during clash with England

Bulgaria have been charged by UEFA after their fans racially abused England players during their Euro 2020 qualifier on Monday night while the Three Lions also face punishment.

PSG chief Leonardo 'keen to poach Brazilian wonder-kid Lucas Paqueta from AC Milan'

PSG chief Leonardo 'keen to poach Brazilian wonder-kid Lucas Paqueta from AC Milan'

The Brazilian chief worked for AC Milan until the summer, brokering the deal to bring his young countryman from Flamengo to Milan in a £31million move in January.

Inter scramble to 'increase release clause of Lautaro Martinez' with Barca interested

Inter scramble to 'increase release clause of Lautaro Martinez' with Barca interested

The Argentine striker has been in enthralling form this season, bagging three goals in nine appearances in all competitions, including a strike against the Catalan giants in the Champions League.

Carl Frampton is excited to make his comeback against Tyler McCreary after suffering a freak injury

Carl Frampton is excited to make his comeback against Tyler McCreary after suffering a freak injury

Frampton was set to take on Emmanuel Dominguez in August but the bout was scuppered in freakish circumstances when a large ornament fell on the Northern Irishman's left hand.

Tiger Woods to reveal the secrets of his life in a memoir after controversial and colourful career

Tiger Woods to reveal the secrets of his life in a memoir after controversial and colourful career

The 43-year-old has won 15 majors and 81 PGA Tour victories, but his life has not been without its controversies - in 2009 he was hit by an infidelity scandal that eventually led to his divorce.

Neymar 'wanted to move to Real Madrid - NOT Barcelona - in the summer'

Neymar 'wanted to move to Real Madrid - NOT Barcelona - in the summer'

The Brazilian's transfer saga was the story of the summer, and eventually ended with him staying at Paris Saint-Germain, but now Marca have reported more of what happened behind the scenes.

Louis Saha blames Manchester United's troubles on player power

Louis Saha blames Manchester United's troubles on player power

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come under pressure but his former team-mate Saha has put United's struggles down to how much power players have nowadays.

Manchester United to consider letting Gomes, Chong and Garner leave on loan in January

Manchester United to consider letting Gomes, Chong and Garner leave on loan in January

Despite Gomes, Chong and Garner all having enjoyed time in the senior set-up though, the club are considering sending them out on short-term loans to continue their progress to the first team.

Mayweather lives up to his 'Money' nickname by 'tipping every chef at Las Vegas restaurant £235'

Mayweather lives up to his 'Money' nickname by 'tipping every chef at Las Vegas restaurant £235'

Floyd 'Money' Mayweather lived up to his nickname by reportedly tipping every chef £235 after enjoying dinner with friends in Las Vegas this past week.

Tour de France unveil 2020 race route with key mountain time trial in Nice

Tour de France unveil 2020 race route with key mountain time trial in Nice

Tour de France organisers put a spring in the step of the climbers after unveiling the 2020 route featuring a mountain stage on the second day and one time trial on the eve of the final Champs Elysees parade.

Eddie Hearn reveals Anthony Joshua is sparring 'chubby' fighters to replicate Andy Ruiz Jnr

Eddie Hearn reveals Anthony Joshua is sparring 'chubby' fighters to replicate Andy Ruiz Jnr

Joshua is in the midst of his 12-week training camp and is working towards avenging his shock defeat in the money-spinning December 7 rematch with Ruiz Jnr in Saudi Arabia.

Klose heaps praise on fellow Bundesliga legend Lewandowski and says he's 10 times better

Klose heaps praise on fellow Bundesliga legend Lewandowski and says he's 10 times better

Both have scored upwards of 200 goals in their glittering careers, but Miroslav Klose insists that Robert Lewandowski is TEN times the player he ever was.

North and South Korea will play historic World Cup qualifier against each other today

North and South Korea will play historic World Cup qualifier against each other today

South and North Korea played their first ever competitive match of football in Pyongyang on Tuesday, but almost nobody outside the city was able to follow the goalless draw.

Joel Matip back in training with Alisson also closing in on a return for Manchester United game

Joel Matip back in training with Alisson also closing in on a return for Manchester United game

Matip was injured in Liverpool's 1-0 victory over Sheffield United on September 28 and missed their 4-3 Champions League win over Salzburg and the 2-1 Premier League win over Leicester.

Derby duo Tom Lawrence and Mason Bennett both plead guilty to drink-driving

Derby duo Tom Lawrence and Mason Bennett both plead guilty to drink-driving

The Rams pair admitted to driving while over the drink drive limit and were today spared jail over the incident last month that ended teammate Richard Keogh's season.

Euro 2020: Swastikas on walls and balaclava-clad hooligans - Sportsmail's account in  Bulgaria

Euro 2020: Swastikas on walls and balaclava-clad hooligans - Sportsmail's account in Bulgaria

ADAM SHERGOLD IN SOFIA: It was an evening in which everyone connected with England in Sofia - on the pitch, in the dug-outs and in the away section - emerged with credit in the face of abuse.

Trent Alexander-Arnold labels Manchester United a 'top side'

Trent Alexander-Arnold labels Manchester United a 'top side'

League leaders Liverpool make the trip to their arch rivals at Old Trafford on Sunday with an eight-point advantage over Manchester City.

Reading sporting director Mark Bowen denies making himself manager

Reading sporting director Mark Bowen denies making himself manager

Mark Bowen has come out and denied claims that he basically appointed himself as Reading's new manager, following the departure of Jose Gomes.

Lewis Hamilton's Instagram post about 'giving up' worries fans

Lewis Hamilton's Instagram post about 'giving up' worries fans

The Formula One driver, 34, uploaded a post on his stories on Tuesday, where he told his 13.1 million followers that he felt like 'giving up on everything'.

Christian Pulisic admits to feeling under added pressure as an American playing in Europe

Christian Pulisic admits to feeling under added pressure as an American playing in Europe

The 21-year-old arrived from Borussia Dortmund with big expectations but has so far struggled to make his mark in Frank Lampard's young side and he admits to feeling the weight of expectation.

Football Manager fanatic given job at second division Serbian club due to his computer game success

Football Manager fanatic given job at second division Serbian club due to his computer game success

Andrej Pavlovic, an FK Bezanija fan, took his hometown side to glory worlds away from their actual fate - including 10 Serbian titles on the trot and a Champions League semi-final appearance.

'The game was so friendly': Bulgarian journalist heckles Gareth Southgate's press conference

'The game was so friendly': Bulgarian journalist heckles Gareth Southgate's press conference

The Three Lions' Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria on Monday night was marred by racist chanting and the game had to be halted twice by UEFA officials due to the abuse.

'At Ajax, I felt invincible, today it's different': Matthijs de Ligt

'At Ajax, I felt invincible, today it's different': Matthijs de Ligt

Matthijs de Light has admitted he doesn't feel 'invincible' at Juventus as he did when playing for Ajax. De Ligt has struggled since making his big £75million move to Italy in the summer.

UEFA punishments are hardly a deterrent for racial abuse in football as history shows

UEFA punishments are hardly a deterrent for racial abuse in football as history shows

Sanctions for Bulgaria from UEFA seem sure to follow after Monday night but the severity remains to be seen with the body's punishments for racial abuse leaving a lot to be desired in recent years.

Gianluigi Buffon's agent claims Juventus legend can keep playing until he's FORTY-FOUR

Gianluigi Buffon's agent claims Juventus legend can keep playing until he's FORTY-FOUR

The Italian goalkeeping legend returned to Turin this summer on a one-year deal after a single season at PSG, but has so far played second fiddle to first-choice Wojciech Szczesny.

New Japanese GP footage shows Lewis Hamilton dodging debris from Charles Leclerc's car by INCHES!

New Japanese GP footage shows Lewis Hamilton dodging debris from Charles Leclerc's car by INCHES!

Hamilton narrowly avoided being struck by a huge piece of debris from Leclerc's Ferrari, which broke off after the front wing of his car was damaged in a collision on first lap of Sunday's race.

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