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Fraser Forster. Celtic stopper slow to get down for Sanchez’ cute header. Strong hands to keep out Beausejour effort soon after but often hesitant to leave his line.6/10

England v Chile: Player ratings

Man for man marking from the friendly at Wembley

David Bradley in 'Adventure in Space and Time'

Doctor Who 50th anniversary: More pictures released of An Adventure in Space and Time

The BBC has released more pictures of 'Adventure in Space and Time', a drama about the first Doctor Who series.

Prime Minister David Cameron arrives in Delhi today greeted by British High Commissioner James Bevan (left) for the start of a two day visit to India

In pictures: David Cameron visits India

David Cameron is in India for a one day visit ahead of the Commonwealth Head of Government meeting.

Model Cara Delevingne presents a sporty creation during the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York

In pictures: Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2013

The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show has become regarded as one of the world's most glamorous and vibrant events in the fashion industry.

Don't read this alone: Imgur user posts creepy pictures of secret stairs hidden behind a bookcase... and someone is living there. Or is this just the most terrifying online hoax ever?

Pictures purport to show a set of secret stairs hidden behind a bookcase, along with photographs suggesting someone may be living in the walls

The construction site of the Chateau de Guedelon which started out as an eccentric project is now an established enterprise, employing 65 people and drawing in visitors from around Europe every year

In pictures: Chateau de Guedelon in the Burgundy region of France being built using the techniques, materials and rules of the 13th Century

Chateau de Guedelon near Treigny in the Burgundy region of France is the brainchild of Michel Guyot, local landowner, and business woman Maryline Martin, now site's managing director, and has been in construction since June 1997 when the first stone was laid.

Francis Bacon's 'Three Studies of Lucian Freud' is now the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction, fetching a record-breaking price of $142 million.

After Francis Bacon's paintings of Freud: What are the most expensive artworks ever sold?

After Bacon's triptych sold for a record-breaking $142 million, we look at the world's most expensive artworks to have sold at auction

Typhoon survivor Jaysel Mosquito places a candy on the grave of her cousin next to the graves of her mother and two siblings outside the San Joaquin church, which serves as a mass grave for typhoon victims in Palo, Philippines

Typhoon Haiyan: Shocking pictures reveal devastation in the Philippines

The head of the Red Cross in the Philippines described the scene in the country as absolute bedlam

Meredith Kercher trial: Amanda Knox's DNA found on alleged murder weapon but not that of victim, says expert

Result bolsters Knox defence which claims the knife was not the weapon used to kill student

Ashley Young.
If evidence were sought that it's not only foreigners who know their way around the dark arts of simulation, look no further than Ashley Young. A couple of seasons ago, he won a penalty against QPR and got a man sent off. Then, just a week later, he won another penalty when it appeared it was he, rather than Aston Villa's Ciaran Clark that had forced contact between the pair. And he's been at it again this season, going down in the box and then tumbling outside the box only to win his side a penalty against Crystal Palace in the Premier League. He also won his side a penalty in the Champions League after a theatrical fall after minimal contact in the game against Real Sociedad.

Ashley Young 'dive': From the Manchester United winger to Rivaldo - the worst divers in football

We take a look through the hall of shame

Keane, Southgate and another difference of opinion

Roy Keane: The most controversial moments in the former Manchester United captain's career

The former midfielder is set to be Martin O'Neill's assistant as Republic of Ireland manager

A dog sits next to a new installation of British graffiti artist Banksy's art in New York

In pictures: Banksy in New York

The elusive street artist is in New York for a 30 day project during which he is creating works of art around the city.

JOE HART: Relatively little to do in first half but suffered couple of scares as Poland improved after the break. 6/10
Cultural Talisman: The popularity of Alan Partridge (Steve Coogan) is an example of our new obsession with the Seventies

Unlikely careers advice: 8 tips to ignore

As Back to School launches, we look at the most amusingly awful pieces of career advice.

A dog sits next to a new installation of British graffiti artist Banksy's art in New York

In pictures: Banksy in New York

The elusive street artist is in New York for a 30 day project during which he is creating works of art around the city.

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