· Listen to the science: it was mad to go ahead with major sporting events →
New report suggests Cheltenham Festival and Liverpool match ‘increased several-fold’ the number of Covid-19 cases
· Speedy Matondo, 'Gladiator' Gjasula: Five moments from the Bundesliga →
AFP Sport looks at some of notable moments from the third round of matches since football's restart in Germany:
· The Oval: Surrey plan to reduce capacity to 6,000 if cricket restarts →
The Oval can hold 25,500 spectators and regularly sells out for international fixtures and T20 Blast matches.
· 'Like a school team': Nagelsmann slams ten-man Leipzig after Hertha draw →
Piatek, who joined Hertha in January for around 25 million euros ($27 million) from AC Milan, netted his second goal in nine Bundesliga matches when he fired home a penalty on 82 minutes.
· Julien Faubert to Madrid: the surreal transfer tale inspiring a TV drama →
Even Faubert could not believe it, having also received a call from a man claiming to represent the Spanish club while on the team bus before a match against Fulham.
· Rush to trace source of seventh and youngest Queensland virus death →
However, in a statement late on Wednesday, Queensland Health said the timelines for Mr Turner's symptoms and the Rockhampton nurse's visit to Blackwater did not match.
· HEICO Corporation (HEI) CEO Laurans Mendelson on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Maybe people will be willing to sell at prices that match our strategy because we don't pay 14 or 12 times EBITDA.
· Ivanka Trump wears face mask at delayed Nasa SpaceX launch after president mocked it as 'politically correct' →
Ms Trump and her children wore the patterned masks, matching to their outfits, as they arrived at the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida for the historic launch of two US astronauts to the International Space Station.
· 'It's hard to take' - Michael Gault and Barry Johnston have first seasons in management cut short →
Johnston, who was an instrumental part of the Cliftonville team that won back-to-back Premiership titles, has also had to accept his team finishing second after they played just 15 matches of a 26-game campaign.
· Saudis' proxy war hits Newcastle to place the Premier League in a diplomatic bind →
As revealed exclusively by my colleague Sean Ingle, the Premier League has received an advance copy of a World Trade Organization report which, it is understood, makes a direct link between the Saudi government and the pirate service beoutQ, which has illegally streamed Premier League matches transmitted by Qatar’s beIN Sports.