Liverpool remain unbeaten in the Premier League after Adam Lallana’s late equaliser earned them a 1-1 draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Marcus Rashford had put United in front in the first half.
VAR once again had an impact.
Rashford’s goal was given despite claims Divick Origi was kicked by Victor Lindelof at the start of the build up to the goal.
And Sadio Mane had a goal ruled out at the other end for a hand ball.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer feels his team should have taken all 3 points
Arsenal can go back up to third in the table should they defeat Sheffield United at Bramall Lane this evening.
Republic of Ireland striker David McGoldrick will be given every chance to prove his fitness for the Blades.
Kick off is at 8pm.
Tiger Woods has revealed he had a knee operation in August to repair minor cartilage damage, his 5th operation on his left knee.
The Masters champion says the ailment affected his back and walking for the second half of the season.
In the pick of yesterday’s county finals in GAA, All Ireland club football champions Corofin drew with Tuam Stars in Galway.
It ended Corofin 15 points Tuam Stars 2-9.
It also ended in a draw in Kildare as Moorefield scored 2-9 to Sarsfields 15 points.
Ballintubber won in Mayo and Clontibret claimed the honours in Monaghan.
In hurling, Con O’Callaghan suffered a nasty leg injury following a tackle by Dublin goalkeeper Alan Nolan as Cuala beat St Brigid’s by 1-18 to 1-14 in the county final.
In Cork, Imokilly saw off Glen Rovers by 2-17 to 1-16.
St Rynagh’s edged Birr by 16 points to 1-12 in Offaly.
And in tennis, Andy Murray won his first title since undergoing major hip surgery by claiming the European Open by defeating Stan Wawrinka in 3 sets in Antwerp.
Ireland has a new Kart Racing star – ten year-old Alex O’Grady from Loughrea, Co Galway, is the new World Champion of the IAME Minime Cadet class at the World Finals at the Le Mans circuit in France. O’Grady started in third place on the grid for the main race, after finishing third in the Pre Final behind Britain’s Lewis Wherrel and Zach Knight.
When the Final got under way, Wherrel and Knight set the early pace, with the Galway youngster close behind in third position, and this soon became second when Knight tangled with another driver. One lap later, O’Grady went to the front, and stayed there to the chequered flag despite all the efforts of a large group of rivals who were right behind.
At the finish, O’Grady was the champion, just one tenth of a second ahead of Britain’s Alfie Slater, with Wherrel third ahead of another Irish driver, eleven year-old Jack Buckley from Kildare. Andrei Dabija from Clondalkin made it a great result for the Irish contingent by finishing sixth.
Among the senior drivers, Dubliner Richie Faulkner took eighth place in the Final of the X30 Master class, with Belfast’s Raymie Eastwood seventh in the Pre Final.
Ireland’s team of Guy Foster, Chris Grimes, Darren Quille and Andy Blair took runner up position behind old rivals Northern Ireland in the Ken Wharton Memorial Autotest at Droitwich, in Worcestershire. This was the Ulster quartet’s eighth win in a row in the annual competition between Ireland, NI, England and Wales.