Formula 1 Must Do More On Human Rights, Says Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton says Formula 1 "needs to do more" to try to improve human rights issues in some of its host countries. On Wednesday, 30 UK MPs raised concerns of human rights violations linked to Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix. Hamilton said he had received letters from rights groups on arriving in Bahrain


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Atalanta Shocks Liverpool At Anfield With A 2-0 Win

Atalanta scored twice in four minutes to deliver a surprise victory over Liverpool and blow qualification from Champions League Group D wide open. A much-changed Reds side lacked fluidity and failed to have a shot on target at Anfield on Wednesday. Josip Ilicic and Robin Gosens struck for the Serie A side

Argentina Legend Diego Armando Maradona Dies Aged 60

Football legend Diego Maradona, one of the greatest players of all time, has died at the age of 60. The former Argentina attacking midfielder and manager suffered a heart attack at his Buenos Aires home. He had successful surgery on a brain blood clot earlier in November and was to be treated

Lewis Hamilton Deserves Knighthood, Says Tennis Icon Andy Murray

Three-time Grand Slam tennis winner Andy Murray believes Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton deserves to join him as a British sporting knight. Reports have suggested that Hamilton, who won a record-equalling seventh title last week, will be awarded a knighthood in the New Year Honours. "In terms of what he has achieved

Pepe Sent Off As Arsenal Fights To Hold Stubborn Leeds In A Goalless Draw

Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds squandered a host of chances, both before and after Pepe was dismissed after video assistant referee consultation for sticking his head into Ezgjan Alioski's face. Substitute Rodrigo, Patrick Bamford and Raphinha - deep into injury time on his first Premier League start - struck the woodwork. The Gunners were