· Tottenham vs Everton result: Five things we learned as Jose Mourinho’s side grind their way to victory →
Mourinho used the lack of attackers prior to lockdown as a key reason for Spurs’ dismal form; he has them all back now and it’s two wins from four, but still with a lethargic and painful-to-watch style of play.
· Bus driver 'brain dead' after sickening attack by five passengers refusing to wear masks →
Police have tracked down the man with the dog, who later identified the other four attackers.
· Everton player ratings vs Tottenham as midfield disappoints but Anthony Gordon impresses →
Positive and showed the most intent of any Everton attacker.
· Tottenham vs Everton player ratings: Jose Mourinho’s side edge past Toffees to keep Champions League hopes alive →
The only attacker for Everton who was willing to take the ball on the turn, look forwards for the next pass, try to make something happen.
· Roberto Firmino's former team-mates 'laughed at him during training' before Liverpool star reached full potential →
The man who first spotted Roberto Firmino playing in Brazil has spoken about how he was convinced over bringing the attacker to Europe during a training session.
· Brazil's Hapvida discloses cyber breach, potential client data leak →
Hapvida said, after a preliminary assessment of the security breach, that the attackers did not access customers' medical records or financial information.
· The monkey hunters: The story of Goa's Vanarmare tribe →
Their attackers told them to leave or face dire consequences.
· Kanpur shootout: How raid to arrest Vikas Dubey turned into a trap for police - arrested accomplice reveals all →
Daya Shankar, however, said that he was not among the attackers and was locked inside the house during the raid to arrest the wanted criminal who has been named in nearly 60 cases.
· Christian Pulisic is proving he’s a ‘really good one’ for Chelsea →
Since the Premier League returned from hiatus, American attacker Christian Pulisic has been among Chelseaâ€™s best players.
· New Mac ransomware is even more sinister than it appears →
So far, though, the researchers say that it doesn't seem to have a significant number of downloads, and no one has paid a ransom to the bitcoin address the attackers provide.