Goode one: The Saracens full-back goes over for their third try, to put the visitors 23 points ahead

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It's taken the development of sophisticated robotics, but we're finally there

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The Last Word: Alastair Cook's Ashes team has devalued win over Australia

Playing with such joylessness demonstrates the team's indifference to their responsibilities

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Transfer news: Peter Schmeichel warns Manchester United against making 'statement signing'

New arrival must improve team warns former keeper

Do the kindly Brontosaurus: The prehistoric pose that can get you what you want

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Wayne Rooney trains with England

England v Scotland: Roy Hodgson boosted by energy shown by Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney

Issues at United not affecting role with England

Beach boy: Thom Yorke rocks a ‘surfer dude’ look, to front new band Atoms for Peace

Simon Price on Atoms for Peace: Nice grooves, Thom – shame about the moves

If you'd told the average Radiohead fan 20 years ago that their leader would one day be on stage with his hair in a scrunchy, wheeling his fist like he was at an old-skool rave, while the bassist from the Red Hot Chili Peppers gyrated next to him like an ape wrestling a rubber python, they'd have looked at you with the kind of paranoid mistrust that extended exposure to Radiohead's music engenders.

Century duty: Joe Root celebrates his hundred at Lord’s as England dominated

The Calvin Report: Joyous Joe Root wins over doubters

Yorkshire batsman puts tourists to the sword after Bell stands ground in latest referral controversy

Rory McIlroy walks off the 18th green after finishing his round of 75

The Open 2013: Rory McIlroy, the doctor will be ready to see you now...

What the heck is wrong with Rory McIlroy?  He can’t be cursed, can he? It was only an equipment and clothing deal with Nike, not the Devil.

Mickey Arthur (left) speaks to Shane Watson during his days as Australia coach

Dean Jones: Mickey Arthur should be looking at his own failings not revealing Aussie splits

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President Putin and his delegation were late. Their plane into the UK was delayed and when they did finally arrive at Downing Street, they had to be taken in through the back entrance to avoid a Turkish protest taking place on Whitehall

Syria Sketch: 'Dead eyed' Putin asks: 'Do you want to support people who eat the guts of their enemies?'

Smaller than Cameron – but stocky – Putin managed to carry off an air of menace effortlessly

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