Brooks Koepka held off a final-round challenge from Tommy Fleetwood to defend his US Open title with a one-shot victory.
Phil Mickelson declined to speak to the media after finishing the most controversial of his 27 US Open appearances with a one-under 69.
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On a day of upsets, set-pieces and yet more questions over VAR, we round up the talking points from day four at the World Cup.
An England LGBT supporter attending the World Cup is fearful of displaying display her '3 Lions Pride' rainbow banner in case she attracts attention from police.
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Michael O'Halloran has completed his move to A-League outfit Melbourne City
after falling out of favour at Rangers.
Rhian Brewster looks as though he is set to sign his first professional contract with Liverpool, according to Sky sources.
Jose Mourinho believes England will not suffer the same fate as several other top nations and pick up a victory in their opening World Cup match.
Tommy Fleetwood produced a sensational final-round charge at Shinnecock Hills as he equalled the lowest round in US Open history.
Paul Pogba claims he has gone from "the biggest transfer in the world to the most criticised player in the world".
Wakefield's giant forward Pauli Pauli has signed a new contract for 2019.
Brazil made a stuttering start to their World Cup campaign as Switzerland dug in for a 1-1 draw in their Group E opener.
Super-agent Mino Raiola has accused the French of "loving to criticise their heroes" after negative appraisals of his client Paul Pogba.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says he is planning to retire “sooner rather than later”.
Vincent Kompany will remain with Belgium's World Cup squad despite currently being sidelined by a groin injury.
Germany coach Joachim Low admits his side paid the price for their poor first-half performance against Mexico.
Germany are facing the same problems that have afflicted previous World Cup holders.
England’s search for a first World Cup crown since 1966 kicks off on Monday evening with a Group G encounter with Tunisia.
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