Sunday Sport: Man United end Arsenal's unbeaten run at Old Trafford

Sunday Sport: Man United End Arsenal's Unbeaten Run At Old Trafford Sunday Sport: Man United End Arsenal's Unbeaten Run At Old Trafford
New Man Untied signing Anthony after scoring against Arsenal at Old Trafford. Photo: PA Images
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Kenneth Fox

Arsenal's five-game winning start to the Premier League season has been ended with a 3-1 defeat at Manchester United.

The leaders equalised in the second half at Old Trafford through Bukayo Saka before a brace from Marcus Rashford added to Antony's goal on his debut.


Brighton fought back after conceding in the first minute to go fourth in the Premier League with a 5-2 victory at home to strugglers Leicester.

The hosts also had a goal ruled out after a VAR check for offside in the second half.

Leicester remain rooted to the bottom of the table.



Reading have moved up to second in the Championship with a 2-1 win at home to Stoke.

Lucas Joao struck twice for the hosts to secure the victory.

Today's other fixtures are just underway and see Huddersfield hosting Blackpool and Sheffield United are at Hull.

A win for the Blades would send them back to the top of the table.


Cavan's Leona Maguire is well in contention during her final round of the Dana Open on the LPGA Tour.

The Irish woman is now two under par after 14 holes and 13 under for the tournament.

That is good enough to put her in a tie for 6th place as things stand.

Megan Khang and Gaby Lopez of Mexico share the lead on 16 under par.


World tennis number one Daniil Medvedev says it is fair to expect fireworks when he faces Nick Kyrgios in the last-16 of the US Open later.

They are two of the most temperamental players on the circuit.

Kyrgios recently beat the Russian in Canada.

Medvedev says while they are not close, he has respect for the Wimbledon runner-up.

Elsewhere, Matteo Berrettini now leads Alejandro Davidovich Fokina of Spain by two sets to one in their round of 16 game.

Norway's Casper Ruud is two sets up on Corentin Moutet (pron: Cor-en-tan Moot-ay) while Karen Khachanov faces Pablo Carreno-Busta later.


In the women's draw, Coco Gauff is looking to book a quarter-final spot in her home open.

Standing in her way is China's Shuai Zhang.

Ajla Tomljanovic will look to add to her win on Friday over Serena Williams when she plays Liudmila Samsonova.


F1 championship leader Max Verstappen has taken another big step towards retaining his title with victory at the Dutch Grand Prix.

He crossed the line of his home race ahead of George Russell, with Charles Leclerc denying Lewis Hamilton the final podium place at Zandvoort.

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