The Weekend’s Sport At A Glance

Two fights, a 93rd-minute winner and £170,000 prize money. Here’s your weekend round-up.

  1. Game of the Weekend: AFC Bournemouth the comeback kings in shock victoryThe Cherries found themselves 3-1 down with 15 minutes to go against Liverpool, who were looking to continue their 12-game unbeaten streak to go 2nd.Two goals in two minutes saw them level with 10 minutes left before Chelsea loanee, Nathan Ake, popped up in injury time to complete the comeback and bag the three points.

2. Fireworks at The Etihad as Chelsea get their eighth successive win

League leaders Chelsea continued their great form with a win away at title rivals City.

The game was overshadowed with a bust up in added time as a result of a rash challenge by Sergio Aguero on David Luiz.

Aguero saw red for the tackle and teammate Fernandinho was also dismissed for his part in the melee.

Goals from Costa, Willian and Hazard enough to win after Chelsea went behind by a Gary Cahill own goal.

Chelsea are now three points clear at the top.

3. Mark Selby wins UK Championship in epic final against Ronnie O’Sullivan

The 33-year-old from Leicester picked up his second UK Championship title winning 10-7, at the York Barbican.

Both finalists played a very high standard, with Selby himself making six half-century and three-century breaks.

The current World Number One and World Champion picked up £170,000 for his efforts.

4.

Video of the weekend… Remember Bowyer v Dyer, well here’s Beckford v Doyle.

The players’ fines will be used to reimburse the fans who travelled to Hillsborough for the match.

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