Albie Morkel has come back from cricketing purgatory to turn in a match-winning display.
A list of issues that await Jürgen Klopp, if he accepts the invitation.
Boks' winger Bryan Habana laughed off comparisons to the Kiwi great, Jonah Lomu, despite matching his World Cup record of 15 tries.
Bryan Habana equalled Jonah Lomu's record of 15 World Cup tries with a hat-trick in an annihilation of the US to take SA to the quarter-finals.
Thanks to Japan, South Africa understands the potential for rugby upsets better than most and will be taking no chances against the USA.
Liverpool has sacked its manager Brendan Rodgers, just eight games into the Premier League season with the five times Euro champions in 10th place.
The wounded Boks's strength and mettle will be sorely tested on Saturday when they do battle with the Scots, who are in pole position.
If Bucs play with attacking flair in Egypt on Sunday they could beat Al-Ahli.
Wenger has presided over 177 games in Europe's elite competition yet Arsenal keep slipping on the banana skins put before them.
Cristiano Ronaldo equals Raúl’s all-time Real Madrid scoring record soon after becoming Madrid’s all-time top scorer in La Liga history.
There's no way Wenger could have known Ospina would pick that night to make such a grisly error or that Chelsea would show such a "lack of composure".
The psyche of defeat is linked to various things: the team’s maturity, level of preparedness, confidence in coaching and personality characteristics.
Heyneke Meyer pays tribute to "one of greatest Springboks ever" as the SA captain hangs up his boots.
The country has undergone massive changes for the better since South Africa's first tour in 1991.
The coach has made 10 changes to the squad for the crunch game against Samoa – but are they the right ones?
Chelsea's doctor, Eva Carneiro, is believed to have left her job and is preparing to sue the EPL champions for constructive dismissal.
The haka is not only renowned for sending shivers down the opposition’s spine; it is also part of the social and cultural fabric of New Zealand.
For Ajax Cape Town R8-million will be a huge boost, and an affirmation of their low-key transfer policy and promotion from their youth ranks.
Learning to enjoy the moment should be a big part of the Springboks' World Cup as they start their campaign against Japan.