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Williams gives away medal to young fan

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Sonny Bill Williams puts his World Cup Medal over the neck of the young fan identified as Charles Lines.

One young rugby fan left Twickenham with the ultimate souvenir after Sonny Bill Williams handed him his winner’s medal.

Williams acted after seeing a security guard rugby tackle the boy, who had run on the pitch during the All Blacks’ lap of honour following their 34-17 Rugby World Cup final victory over Australia.

Williams, who was photographed intervening then handing the dumbfounded youngster his medal, told New Zealand’s One News afterwards: “I was walking around doing a lap of honour with the boys and a young fella came running out and he got smoked by the security guard, like full-on tackled him. I felt sorry for the little fella.

“If that was a younger brother or cousin, I would have given the security guard a hiding. But I just picked the kid up and took him back to his old lady and tried to make the night more memorable for him.”
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NBA Sunday Highlights

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NBA Sunday Highlights

Charlotte Hornets vs Atlanta Hawks

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Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer, right, raises his arms as Kent Bazemore (24) guards Charlotte Hornets’ Nicolas Batum (5).

The Hornets fell to 0-3 this season despite a strong all-around performance by Nicolas Batum (16 points, eight assists and five rebounds) and Kemba Walker (17 points, six assists and six rebounds).

The team shot just four of 24 in the fourth quarter, which blew what had been an eight-point lead in a 94-92 home loss to the Atlanta Hawks.

It’s hard to win when you simply can’t put the ball through the basket.

Walker missed a corner jump shot in the final seconds that could have thrown the game into overtime.

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Chelsea board backs Mourinho as walls close in

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Polar Opposites: Mourinho looking pensive and stoic while Klopp looks agitated in the game last Saturday.

Chelsea’s meeting with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge was billed by almost everyone as the game manager Jose Mourinho must not lose to keep his job.

While Chelsea remain reluctant to sack Mourinho despite Saturday’s 1-3 defeat by Liverpool at Stamford Bridge, which left them in 15th place, with 10 points away from the top four and a measly four above the relegation zone..

There are indications that they will re-evaluate the position if the champions continue to struggle amid persistent rumours of discontent within the dressing room.

However, when Mourinho was asked after the loss to Liverpool whether he thought this would be his final game in charge and his instant response was: “No.”

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