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Lukaku: Ibrahimovic changed me

Romelu Lukaku says playing alongside Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Manchester United was an “eye-opener” that helped make him a better player.

Mill set to miss National cut

Robert Walford is beginning to doubt Walk In The Mill's chances of making the cut for the Randox Health Grand National.

Jones scoops 6N player award

Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones has been named the 2019 Guinness Six Nations Player of the Championship.

Adam Johnson released from prison

Former England international Adam Johnson has been released from prison after serving three years for child sex offences.

Articulum's Aintree option

Terence O'Brien is considering a trip to Aintree for Articulum following his fine effort to finish third in the Arkle Trophy at last week's Cheltenham Festival.

Sunwolves cut from Super Rugby

The Sunwolves will be cut from Super Rugby after the 2020 season in a major blow for Japan as the nation prepares to host the World Cup.

Interference calls among NFL proposals

Reviews of plays involving pass interference are among possible rule changes which will be voted on at the NFL's annual owners' meeting.

WATCH: Curry's step-back buzzer-beater

Stephen Curry hit a smooth step-back three-pointer to beat the buzzer as the Golden State Warriors hammered the Indiana Pacers.

'Macclesfield mental block has gone'

Macclesfield manager Sol Campbell says his team have removed a "mental block" after moving off the bottom of Sky Bet League Two with a rare away win at Yeovil last Saturday.

WATCH: Slick Young bamboozles Jazz

Trae Young used his slick ball-handling skills to dupe Ricky Rubio and Rudy Gobert and score an easy basket in the Atlanta Hawks' win over the Utah Jazz.

Your POTY: Virgil van Dijk

We assessed the contenders for the PFA Player of the Year award and according to you, the Sky Sports readers, Virgil van Dijk should win the award.

WATCH: Kemba lights up T-Wolves

Kemba Walker scored a game-high 31 points to lead the Charlotte Hornets to a much-needed victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves.

'Sterling changed narrative around him'

England manager Gareth Southgate has praised Raheem Sterling for speaking out at changing the narrative around him in the media.

Hamilton: Red Bull an F1 2019 force

Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes are braced for a close battle with Red Bull throughout the 2019 Formula 1 season after the team's strong debut with Honda engines at the Australian GP.

Brazilian striker racially abused

A Brazilian footballer subjected to monkey chants during a recent game in Bolivia’s professional league says racism must come to an end in the Andean country.

Rooney: Liverpool title win a nightmare

Wayne Rooney says he cannot bear the thought of Liverpool winning the Premier League title this season.

McLeish silent on Scotland future

Alex McLeish is confident Scotland can bounce back from their humiliation in Kazakhstan and swiftly rebuffed talk of leaving his role as manager.

WATCH: Story of PL Darts Berlin

The Premier League roadshow rolled into Berlin on Thursday night and there were plenty of thrills and spills, as Raymond van Barneveld claimed his first win of the season to keep his survival hopes

NBA fines Celtics guard Smart $50k

Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart was fined $50,000 by the NBA on Thursday for shoving Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid in a game on Wednesday.

James to rejoin Lakers' lineup Friday

LeBron James is expected to rejoin the lineup when Los Angeles Lakers take on the Brooklyn Nets on Friday.