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Wayne Rooney provided both assists for Robin van Persie in the Champions League match against Cluj

Champions League: Manchester United v Braga match preview

A look ahead to tonight's Champions League fixture at Old Trafford

Alan Gatagov was hit in the back of the head with a paintball

Disgruntled fans who shot Dynamo Moscow players with paintballs 'are idiots' says club's president

Dynamo Moscow's president has vowed to find and punish fans who shot at players using paintball rifles at the soccer club's training ground earlier today.

Michael Carrick scored the only goal of the game against Galatasaray

Champions League: CFR Cluj v Manchester United match preview

A look ahead to this tonight’s Champions League fixture at the Dr Constantin Radulescu Stadium

Wayne Rooney’s status is no longer a given

Manchester United strikers Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie may start together for first time against CFR Cluj

Manchester United could start with Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie in attack for the first time since the Dutchman's move to Old Trafford from Arsenal against CFR Cluj in tomorrow's Champions League clash.

Barf a minute: From Justin Bieber's vomit to Lady Gaga's onstage 'oops' moment

In August Lady Gaga shocked Romanian fans when she took a break from performing to vomit. Last night it was Justin Bieber who suffered fever and chundered in dramatic style while performing in in Glendale, Arizona.

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Evans had a calf injury in December 2011 which put him in the treatment room for two weeks. He was forced off at half-time in the 5-0 win over Wigan upon his return, leaving United without a fit centre-back.

Jonny Evans provides Manchester United with injury boost

Manchester United received some welcome good news this morning when Jonny Evans was able to train ahead of his side's Champions League encounter with CFR Cluj.

The penis size study: How do British men fare?

According to a new study, British men typically have bigger penises than their French counterparts, but are far short of Congo. Can you guess the average length?

Market Report: African Minerals falls as mine falters

It is usually retailers that blame the weather for bad business but it was the turn of Frank Timis's African Minerals to blame wet weather for a cut in production targets at its Sierra Leone flagship mine.

Gulliver’s Travels, Kings Theatre, Edinburgh

A neighing woman with a tail and mane leads a real horse onto the straw-strewn stage. Radu Stanca National Theatre of Sibiu is famous for its epic productions and vast ensembles; to compensate for this regular sized stage and manageable cast (just the 18), Silviu Purcărete adds a four-legged extra.

Sparkling: at an awards ceremony in 2010

Mihaela Ursuleasa: Internationally-acclaimed pianist

Mihaela Ursuleasa was an internationally renowned concert pianist, who wowed audiences around the globe with her prodigious technique and often idiosyncratic interpretations.

South Korean fencer Shin Lam refused to leave the piste when she lost to a German opponent after a controversial last-second blow in the epee semi-finals

Fencing: South Korean Shin Lam to take a medal home after all

Sit-down fencer Shin A-lam will be going home with a real Olympic medal after all.

Water polo: Team GB takes positives from heavy Serbian defeat

The Great Britain men's water polo team took some positives from a competitive first half in what eventually proved to be a heavy defeat at the hands of Serbia.

Great Britain’s Beth Tweddle on the uneven bars during the women’s team final in Greenwich yesterday

Gymnastics: GB's women's team shine but fail to bring back a medal

In the end, it was the floor which delivered up the story of a triumph which was more emphatic than even the United States could have hoped it would be.

July 31, 2012: Alan Campbell of Great Britain competes in the Men's Single Sculls on Day 4 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Eton Dorney.

Great Britain continue to impress in the rowing at Eton Dorney

The Great Britain lightweight men's four underlined their Olympic gold medal potential with a commanding semi-final victory at Eton Dorney.

July 31, 2012: Gemma Howell was controversially disqualified from her opening-round clash in the women's under-63kg against reigning world and European champion Gevrise Emane of France.

Judo: Great Britain's Gemma Howell disqualified from opening-round clash

Euan Burton offered no excuses after seeing his hopes of Olympic judo gold shattered with defeat to Canadian Antoine Valois-Fortier in the men's under-81kgs at ExCeL.

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