Jose Mourinho asked about Antoine Griezmann, puts more pressure on Ed Woodward

The outpouring of emotion from Jose Mourinho following Manchester United's Europa League win on Wednesday night showed just how stressful the end to his season was for him. As Mourinho celebrated a fourth European title from four finals, the Portuguese tactician revealed doubts about himself. "Obviously football doesn't bring back the lives which were lost, but to try and give some happiness to the city was vital to us", the 31-year-old club captain told reporters.

Showtime Boxing Results: Spence Stops Brook, Remains Unbeaten

Spence, meanwhile, had already begun celebrating during the count, sensing his rival could not continue. Only to comeback at Spence and battle on with a horrific broken eye socket injury from round 7 right the way through to round 11 at the time of the stoppage.

Champions Chelsea celebrate with thrilling win over Watford

Cesar Azpilicueta restored Chelsea's advantage on 36 minutes with a clinical finish and Michy Batshuayi made it 3-1 four minutes after the restart. Conte could revert to his first-choice line-up against already-relegated Sunderland after making nine changes against Watford .

Warriors Owner Sends Message to Cavs After Advancing to NBA Finals

But like Steph said, 12 and 0 really doesn't matter going into the next series - we know it's going to be a battle. Warriors have swept all three of its playoff series and is the first team in National Basketball Association history to start the post-season 12-0, eclipsing the record established by the 1989 and 2001 Los Angeles Lakers .

Conte defends Moses, says he was tired

He strode on to the pitch and sought out everybody who had helped him to a record seventh FA Cup for an embrace. The Gunners hung on to their lead to seal their third FA Cup title in four years and their 13 overall, becoming the most successful side in the competition's history and capping an outstanding team performance.

Mendoza: Again, James plays key role in finals

He traveled to San Antonio for Games 3 and 4 of the Western Conference finals and said "no matter what" he will be traveling with the Warriors to Cleveland for the NBA Finals . Life, and basketball, is a never-ending circle - at least over the last three seasons. The Warriors then played a defensively tough Jazz team that Curry would normally struggle with.