Each Sunday, we will be looking back at the six most popular articles over the past week on Sport360. From interviews to videos and opinion pieces, these are the stories you loved the most.
As part of their sponsorship deal with Real Madrid, Emirates painted some of Los Blancos' biggest stars – incuding Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Marcelo – on one of their A380 planes and flew it to Madrid. WATCH THE FULL VIDEO HERE
Andy Murray was in town last week to play against Roger Federer and the UAE Royals in the International Premier Tennis League. Our tennis correspondent Reem Abulleil sat down with the world No. 2 to talk about about fatherhood, learning to beat his rivals and his plans for the 2016 season. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE.
"For a few years my life was just tennis. After a while that can be stressful. When things are going on away from the court, you have a distraction from tennis. I think it will help me on the court.”
The axe finally fell on Jose Mourinho last Thursday as Chelsea parted company with the Portuguese just seven months after he guided them to the Premier League title. We took a look at nine men potentially in line to replace Mourinho at the Stamford Bridge helm. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE
"John Terry was recently seen reading Sir Alex Ferguson's 'Leading' on a flight. Some have argued Terry has been in charge of Chelsea for years, maybe he could get the opportunity to prove it."
Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik lifted the lid on his decision to retire from Test cricket, the problems facing the current Pakistan side, why he would be happy to play with Mohammad Amir, and his future plans. READ FULL INTERVIEW HERE
"Pakistan simply haven't played enough cricket at home – that’s the problem. Against Zimbabwe, there were only a couple of players who'd played internationals at home before. This is mind boggling and quite incredible."
The Globe Soccer Awards are back in Dubai this December and, aptly, Argentina legend Diego Maradona was on hand to announce that his compatriot Lionel Messi will be in attendance. During the press conference, a kandura-clad trickster made his way on to the stage and had a surprise for Maradona… WATCH THE FULL VIDEO HERE
Ayaz Memon (@Cricketwallah) delved into the Virat Kohli debate, advising the India skipper to focus his emotions not on criticising fans or journalists, but on establishing his country as the number one Test side in the world. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE
"Kohli would do well to take a leaf out of Ravi Shastri’s book on how criticism can be a catalyst to bring improvement. In fact, I'm surprised that the team director has not shared his experiences yet."
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