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Sports Picture Editor Justin Feck relives another remarkable year across the sporting world with a stunning collection of photos listed in chronological order.
Andy Murray made his belated arrival in Australia on Saturday afternoon as he steps up preparations ahead of his proposed injury comeback at the Brisbane Open next week.
Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville followed up on Sky Sports, saying the Premier League is losing its identity.
Napoli extended their lead at the top of Serie A to four points, courtesy of a first-half strike from captain Marek Hamsik against Crotone.
Hamsik played a neat one-two on the edge of the box, before slotting the ball home with his left foot.
The goal, which came in the 17th minute, extended Napoli's lead over Juventus in second place but they have played once more match. and a challenge to the rest of Britain’s sporting community.
Arsene Wenger was pictured addressing the Chilean star, whose popularity has reportedly plummeted in recent months, prior to the session at Arsenal's London Colney base.
This comes after several of Sanchez's Arsenal team-mates didn't celebrate with him after scoring his first goal of the night in the club's 3-2 victory over Crystal Palace on Thursday at Selhurst Park.
Joe Root begrudgingly shook hands with his counterpart to bring an end to the fourth Ashes Test after a positive four days for the visitors.
Virgil van Dijk has taken his seat at Anfield to watch his new Liverpool team-mates take on Leicester on Saturday.
The Dutchman is due to become a part of Jurgen Klopp 's squad on January 1, when his world record £75million move from Southampton will be completed, but Van Dijk will have just a watching brief this weekend.
It is understood the forward is being treated at the ground as the doctors go through the concussion protocol.
CHELSEA 5-0 STOKE - OLIVER HOLT AT STAMFORD BRIDGE: The dystopian vision of the Premier League articulated by Jamie Carragher last week, the 'joke league' where the gap between the top and the rest is embarrassingly wide, took form at Stamford Bridge in a match that was over as soon as the teamsheets whirred out of the photocopier in the press room.
The British No 1 was seen walking through Brisbane International Airport with several large bags as he came prepared to play in his first ATP tournament since Wimbledon last summer.