Gordon Banks on ‘the greatest save ever made’ – video obituary

20-02-2019 England's World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks has died at the age of 81. Banks played 73 times for England and was a key figure in Sir Alf Ramsey's legendary 1966 side. However it's Banks's twisting save from Brazilian superstar Pelé that he is often best remembered for, a save deemed 'one of the greatest feats of goalkeeping'Gordon Banks, World Cup winner with England in 1966, dies aged 81 Continue reading...

Pep Guardiola: Newport were chanting 'Who are you?' It was nice – video

20-02-2019 Pep Guardiola praised his Manchester City players, in particular Phil Foden, as they beat Newport County 4-1 to reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.Newport had beaten both Leicester City and Middlesbrough on their way to the fifth round of the tournament, and contained the Premier League leaders well for significant spells of the game.  Continue reading...

Scotland lose injured Finn Russell as France drop Lopez and Parra

20-02-2019 Coach Brunel denies backlash after criticism from half-backsRussell is ruled out after failing to pass head injury protocolsFinn Russell has been ruled out of Scotland’s Guinness Six Nations clash with France on Saturday after failing to recover from a head injury he suffered playing for his club Racing 92 over the weekend. Related: Ellis Genge hoping to be the man with a dragon tattoo Continue reading...

Hamilton would be world champion in a Mercedes or a Ferrari - Palmer column

20-02-2019 In his latest column, former Renault driver Jolyon Palmer looks at the brilliance of five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton.

Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage

20-02-2019 This week's sport on the BBC includes snooker's Welsh Open, Premier League football and the Alpine World Ski Championships, plus much more.

Bradford’s Lewis O’Brien: ‘I used Twitter critics as a drive to show who I am’

20-02-2019 Loan from Huddersfield was greeted with some disdain but he has impressed with his dynamism – and his singingIt can be one of the most nerve-racking times of a young footballer’s career – the moment when he is asked to stand on a chair and sing to the whole senior squad. Lewis O’Brien, the 20-year-old Huddersfield midfielder who has been a smash hit on loan at Bradford this season, decided there was only one approach to take.“There’s no point being there and not going for it,” he says of his rendition of Stevie Wonder’s Superstition, which so wowed his teammates that he has practically become the in-house entertainment. “I’ve probably sung about 30 times this season. Every time we’re down for a meal the lads start chanting, ‘Lewis, Lewis.’ I’ve got a few regulars I do, mainly Superstition, Valerie and Stand By Me. I wouldn’t even say I’m a good singer, I just put a lot of effort into it.” Continue reading...

Lyon 0-0 Barcelona: Catalans held to fourth draw in five games

20-02-2019 Wasteful Barcelona cannot convert any of their 25 shots in a goalless Champions League last-16 first-leg draw against Lyon.

NBA: Jayson Tatum's 'spectacular drive & finish' in NBA's top 10 plays

20-02-2019 Watch the best plays from last week's NBA games including a spectacular finish from the Boston Celtics Jayson Tatum.

The weekend's top five Scottish Premiership goals

20-02-2019 Inch-perfect set pieces, curled shots in to the top corner and even an odd volley poked in to the back of the net featured among the best goals from this weekend's action.

Can Leeds' Samantha Briggs be the Fittest on Earth in 2019?

20-02-2019 BBC Sport meets Samantha Briggs, from Leeds, who will compete to be crowned the Fittest on Earth at this year's CrossFit Games - a competition she won in 2013.