Good morning folks. The Sport360 team is here bringing you a round-up of our sports stories on Saturday.
Vincent Kompany has rejected claims Manchester City have enjoyed an unfair advantage over the last decade thanks to their Abu Dhabi owner or that the club’s extravagant spending has been bad for football.
“What is fair about the status quo? Should City be in the third division (as they were 10 years before Sheikh Mansour’s takeover) and say ‘we’ve got awesome fans but we’re not allowed to have success’?” Kompany said.
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Julen Lopetegui’s Real Madrid are looking in fine shape as they aim to make it three wins from three by beating Leganes on Saturday.
Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema are in the thick of things with a freshened-up Los Blancos looking the part domestically this season.
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The fourth Test between England and India in Southampton is finely poised after Cheteshwar Pujara’s unbeaten century handed the Indian team a 27-run lead.
Pujara’s century was his 15th in Test and one of his finest as it came when the series was on the line.
Read out in-depth analysis of the ton here.
FEATURE OF THE DAY
Malek Jaziri confessed he needed help after his opening round defeat at the US Open.
He made the honest and revealing confession after his loss to Pablo Carreno Busta.
“I need help,” admitted the 34-year-old Tunisian. “That’s the truth. I’ll be honest, I need help. Everyone needs help, whoever tells you they don’t… [is lying].”
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SOCIAL MEDIA ROUND-UP
What a sweet gesture by the staff at the Harbour hotel in Southampton. Great Hospitality. 👌 pic.twitter.com/RenuAIOyiT— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) August 31, 2018
CRICKET: England v India, fourth Test Day Three (14:00)
FOOTBALL: Leicester v Liverpool (15:30), Man City v Newcastle (20:30), Real Madrid v Leganes (22:45)
TENNIS: US Open from New York (20:00)
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