Morning Sports Update


Paris Saint Germain scored two late goals to break Atalanta hearts, winning their Champions League quarter final 2-1 in Lisbon last night.

Neymar was involved in providing for both goals, scored by Marquinhos and Eric Maxim Choupo Moting.

PSG will now face the winners of this evening’s quarter final involving Atletico Madrid and RB Leipzig.

Kick off in Lisbon is at 8pm.

Rangers have gone top of the Scottish Premiership after they defeated St Johnstone 3-0.

Their manager Steven Gerrard understands there could be penalties if there are further breaches of COVID-19 restrictions that have seen Celtic and Aberdeen’s matches postponed this week.


Five time champion Ronnie O’Sullivan resumes 5 frames to 3 in front of Mark Selby in their World Snooker Championship semi final in Sheffield today.

Anthony McGill holds a 6-2 lead over Kyren Wilson in the other encounter.

Both matches are the best of 33 frames.


Shane Lowry, Graeme McDowell and Seamus Power are in the field for the Wyndham Championship, which starts later on the US PGA Tour in North Carolina.

On 1 under par, Grant Forrest is the early leader on day one of the Celtic Classic on the European Tour in Wales.

Gavin Moynihan, Jonathan Caldwell, Paul McGinley and Cormac Sharvin are the Irish players in action.


Brian O’Regan of Ballyboden St Enda’s has been added by manager Dessie Farrell to the backroom team of the Dublin senior footballers.

However, it’s believed former All Ireland winner Paul Clarke is no longer involved according to reports today.


There’s racing today at Leopardstown and Tramore.

The fixture at the Dublin track is off at 1pm, with proceedings in Waterford underway at 4.40.