Manchester City finish as Group D runners-up despite staging a fine comeback to win 3-2 at European champions Bayern Munich.
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Phil Jones scores the winner to ease the pressure on manager David Moyes as Manchester United beat Shakhtar Donetsk.
World champion criticises change to scoring system.
Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins is knighted at Buckingham Palace for services to cycling.
"I'm ready to make tough decisions," says Andy Flower.
The BBC will show England's first World Cup group match against Italy live and has the first pick of the last 16 games.
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the first player to score nine goals in the Champions League group stage.
Galatasaray's Champions League game with Juventus is abandoned in a snow storm and will resume at 12:00 GMT on Wednesday.
Rugby Football Union chief executive Ian Ritchie is confident English sides will play in European competition next season.
Alan Shearer says there needs to be a "zero tolerance" policy to anyone guilty of fixing in football matches.
Figures from major sports are invited to a Whitehall summit following arrests over fixing allegations, including Blackburn player DJ Campbell.
England rest Kevin Pietersen, James Anderson and Graeme Swann for their ODI and T20 series against Australia.
England coach Steve McNamara is linked with a switch of codes with Bath, but the NRL's Sydney Roosters are also an option.
Two-time Paralympic archery champion Danielle Brown is appealing against the decision to exclude her from future Games.
Andy Murray will not attend this year's BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards as he continues his rehabilitation from back surgery.
Mike Tyson is forced to cancel appearances in London after being barred from the UK because of previous convictions.
British 400m hurdler Jack Green reveals he is taking an extended break from the sport to recover from depression.
Ospreys' ex-Wales skipper Ryan Jones would like to see the region play in a cross-border competition against English sides next season.
Barcelona are set to decide on plans to expand their Nou Camp stadium or move to a new location.
Former footballer Stan Collymore has received "a number" of racist tweets, Staffordshire Police says.
World number one Neil Robertson aims to win the Triple Crown in one season after an emotional UK Championship victory.
Veteran steeplechaser Tidal Bay could be given the chance of one more big-race win in the Welsh National at Chepstow
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European 800m champion Lynsey Sharp is still waiting for her gold medal - six months after being awarded it.
Nathan Cleverly's delayed cruiserweight debut will take place on 8 February in London, with Daniel Ammann the possible opponent.
England lack the "desire and heart" to compete with Australia in the Ashes, says former batsman Geoffrey Boycott.
Matt Crampton and Laura Trott win medals as Britain's track cyclists finish third overall at the World Cup in Mexico.
British Paralympic bronze medallist Ben Quilter announces his retirement from judo to spend more time with his family.
Manuel Pellegrini appears not to realise his Manchester City team were one goal from winning Champions League Group D.
Formula 1 will award double points at the final race from 2014 and introduce a cost cap from 2015 among other changes.
Zach Johnson beats world number one and tournament host Tiger Woods in a play-off to win the World Challenge in California.
Champion chaser Sprinter Sacre is poised to make an earlier than expected seasonal return at Kempton later this month.
Marc Marquez knows he is not the finished article despite becoming the youngest rider to win the MotoGP title.
The Indian Olympic Association amends its constitution after a threat to its participation in the Olympic Games.
England's Sam Burgess and Scotland's Danny Brough are among six nominees for the 2013 Golden Boot award.
Wales centre Jamie Roberts is ready to play again for Racing Metro after 12 weeks out with an ankle ligament injury.
Neil Robertson beats Mark Selby 10-7 in the UK Championship final to become the eighth man to win snooker's 'Triple Crown'.
Michael Jamieson says his recent heart scare shows he’s pushing himself to the limit for the Commonwealth Games.
Andy Murray can be competitive at the Australian Open if he has fully recovered from back surgery, according to John McEnroe.
Britain's figure skaters have earned a place in a new-look team event at the Sochi Winter Olympics in February.
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