Top Sport Stories of the Week

Updated: March 24, 2014

It’s that time of the week again in which it can only mean one thing… it’s top sport stories of the week. The crew take a look at the last 7 days in the world of sport and point out the biggest news breaking.

Premier League


Arsene Wenger celebrated his 1000th game in charge at Arsenal last Saturday, but it was a game to forget after a painful defeat to rivals, Chelsea, as the result ended 6-0 to the home side.

It was even more agonizing to watch for the Gunners when Kieran Gibbs was sent off by mistake as the match referee, Andre Marriner, was supposed to send Alex Oxlade Chamberlain to the dressing room for handball.



Cardiff City 3-6 Liverpool

Liverpool kept themselves within the title race after an early scare by being behind twice away to Cardiff City.

Two goals from Liverpool defender, Martin Skrtel, helped the away side out but the highlight was the on form partnership of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge, as the pair showed excellent chemistry once again with Suarez scoring another hat-trick and Sturridge adding a goal to his season’s tally.



West Ham 0-2 Man Utd

A double from Wayne Rooney sealed a win for the champions after an

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irresistible halfway line goal opened the scoring, with people debating if it is more impressive than David Beckham‘s halfway goal against AFC Wimbledon in 1996.



Everton 3-2 Swansea
Hull 2-0 West Brom
Man City 5-0 Fulham
Newcastle 1-0 Crystal Palace
Norwich 2-0 Sunderland
Tottenham 3-2 Southampton
Aston Villa 1-4 Stoke City




Marc Marquez wins the opening Grand Prix of the brand new MotoGP season in Qatar.

The rookie world champion held off Yamaha rider, Valentino Rossi, til the very end as both riders were neck and neck after the retirement of Rossi’s team mate, Jorge Lorenzo.

Marquez was invincible going into the race, as the Repsol Honda rider was racing with a broken leg.

Next race weekend on the 2014 calendar is the Austin Grand Prix in America on 13th April.




British number 1, Andy Murray, has split up with his coach, Ivan Lendl after two years in partnership.

The pair agreed to end their partnership last week ahead of the Miami Masters.

The teamwork was very successful in the last 24 months with Murray rewriting the history books by winning the Olympic gold medal in London 2012, the US Open shortly after and becoming the first British tennis player to win Wimbledon in 77 years after Fred Perry.

Murray has said to BBC Sport that he is in “no rush” of looking for a new coach to replace Lendl.


Sport Relief


Last weekend was Sport Relief 2014, the 7th edition of the organisation.

This year’s Sport Relief raised the biggest amount in it’s history with a whopping £51,242,186 was raised on the night of the show (21st March).

One of the highlights and the most talked about scene of the show was the return of Only Fools and Horses featuring the usual suspects David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst with David Beckham making a special guest appearance.



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