A few days late, but it is better late than never. It is time to test yourself with the monthly Know Your Sport? quiz and see what sports news and action you remember from July 2017.
Crystal Palace have appointed former Ajax and Inter Milan manager Frank de Boer as their new gaffer with the Dutchman replacing Sam Allardyce, who quit Selhurst Park last month.
It is time for another recap of The Week in Sport with highlights including Real Madrid seeing off Juventus to retain the Champions League and there have already been some big shocks at the French Open.
Holders Real Madrid held off a Bayern Munich fight back, as three extra time goals helped them pick up a hard-fought 4-2 victory over the German giants to keep their hopes of retaining the Champions League alive.
Barcelona will need to produce another stunning Champions League comeback, as Juventus take a comfortable 3-0 lead to the Nou Camp as they bid to seal their spot in the semi-finals.
Barcelona will need to pull off another stunning comeback to reach the Champions League semi-finals, after Italian champions Juventus bagged a 3-0 victory over the Spanish giants.
After completing a stunning comeback against PSG, Barcelona look to put one foot in the Champions League semi-finals when they face a tough trip to Italian champions Juventus.
Premier League champions Leicester have been drawn against Atletico Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, as the Foxes must topple Diego Simeone’s side to reach the final four.
Barcelona produced the greatest comeback in Champions League history, as the Spanish giants overturned a 4-0 defeat from the first leg to clinch a dramatic 6-1 victory over PSG at the Nou Camp.
Barcelona look to become the first team ever in Champions League history to recover from a 4-0 deficit and book their place in the quarter-finals, when they welcome PSG to the Nou Camp.