Manchester City's troubled striker Mario Balotelli has settled his differences with manager Roberto Mancini and could stay at the Premier League club for two more years, his agent said.
Next week's Bahrain Grand Prix will go ahead unless local officials decide otherwise, Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone said.
A leaders Juventus have been fined 30,000 euros (US$39,400) and warned about the future conduct of their fans after they made racist chants during Wednesday's 2-1 win at home to Lazio.
Brazil's Flamengo defeated Lanús 3-0 in the last match for the Group 2 of the Libertadores de América Cup. Despite the score, the Argentine team has reached the last 16.
Football icon Diego Armando Maradona blasted Brazil’s Pelé once more after assuring that his opinion over Lionel Messi, who he challenged to “beat Neymar,” is “stupid.”
US Masters runner-up Louis Oosthuizen showed no ill-effects of his playoff heartbreak and long-haul trek to Southeast Asia to fire an opening six-under 66 at the Malaysian Open.
Boca Juniors defeated Brazil's Fluminense 2-0 in the match held at the Enganhao stadium and made its way to the last 16 of the Libertadores de América Cup.
Mexican President Felipe Calderón pledged to improve his government's rocky relations with Cuba and seek new trade opportunities when he arrived for a short visit to the communist island.
Leaders Real Madrid restored their four-point advantage over chasing Barcelona when Cristiano Ronaldo netted his seventh hat-trick of the La Liga campaign in a 4-1 win at city rivals Atlético.
Carlos Tevez scored on his first start for City since September in a 4-0 win as the title race took a surprise twist with five matches remaining.