The past, present and future of Wayne Rooney are the targets of constant media scrutiny and have been ever since the England and Manchester United striker stunned the football world with that screamer back in 2002.
This year hasn’t been short of chin-wagging moments in all walks of life – and sport was no exception. We saw Leicester City win the Premier League as 5,000/1 outsiders, Tyson Fury bring a raft of controversy to boxing and Nico Rosberg win the F1 world championship for the first time.
As they prepare to keep their season on track and make it 12 against Bournemouth on Boxing Day, let’s see how far away they are from making history a year after parting ways with old favourite, José Mourinho.
Here are the longest streaks in the history of the Premier League:
All eyes will be on the historic Alexandra Palace as the 2017 PDC World Darts Championship start on Sky Sports. Before a dart is thrown, the pre-tournament favourite is, unsurprisingly, world number one Michael van Gerwen, can anyone stop him?
Leicester City might be flying high in the Champions League, but they have so far been unable to replicate their European form in the Premier League to mount a serious attempt at retaining their title this year.
São Paulo has been the home of Brazilian grands prix for all but 10 years since it was officially added to the calendar in 1973. Formula One returns to Interlagos this weekend for the final home race of Brazilian Felipe Massa’s career, Live on Sky Sports F1 HD.
To get ourselves in the mood for this Autumn's Rugby Internationals and make ourselves feel better about watching from the comfort of a chair, here are some of the biggest tackles in the history of rugby: