Jordan Spieth pulling off a spectacular recovery to win The Open and Chris Froome wrapping up a fourth Tour de France title are among the highlights in this edition of The Week in Sport.
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 this week’s highlights including Sebastien Vettel kicking off the new Formula One season with victory at the Australian Grand Prix and much more.
Among the highlights in this week’s round-up of The Week in Sport are Man United and Liverpool sharing the spoils at Old Trafford, while Green Bay Packers edged out Dallas Cowboys in a thrilling play-off.
Ireland have made an unbeaten start to their World Cup qualifying campaign, but the Boys in Green face their toughest challenge yet with a trip to Austria.
Real Madrid have signed World Cup Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez from French side Monaco for a fee of around €80m.
We have seen some great talent in Brazil, some of the world’s best showing us what they can do as well as the emergence of new young talent. Who was the best of the best? Check out my best XI of the 2014 World Cup.
Mario Gotze was the hero as Germany lifted the World Cup for a fourth time, after a 1-0 extra time victory over Argentina at the Maracana.
We started off with 32 teams and now we are down to two. Only one nation will leave the Maracana as world champions but will Germany walk away with their fourth World Cup or will Argentina reign over the world for the first time in 28 years?
The Netherlands take home the bronze medal after a 3-0 win over Brazil in the 3rd place play-off, while the hosts were booed off by the disappointed home nation.