A week before he retired, the 40-year-old scored four goals as The Strongest beat Sport Boys 6-0 to become the first player to score 200 goals for one club in the Bolivian top flight. He narrowly missed out with his previous side, Bolivar, where he scored 198.
During their Premier League game at Leicester City, the away fans unfurled a banner in memory of the hosts’ late owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha – and were rewarded with free food and drink by his son, Aiyawatt.
Became the first player to win 100 UEFA Champions League games – which is more than 136 of the 140 clubs who have appeared in the competition, with Manchester United (117), Bayern Munich (132), Barcelona (141) and Real Madrid (155) the exceptions.
The 42-year-old Uruguayan striker extended his world record after signing for Brazilian fourth-tier side Rio Branco – his 28th club.
Presenting Ada Hegerberg with her award as the first female winner of the Ballon d’Or, the French DJ spoilt the moment with a crass comment, asking Lyon’s Norwegian striker if she could “twerk”.
The ex-Central African Republic federation president, who is a CAF committee member, was arrested on suspicion of committing war crimes.
The Liverpool manager apologised in the press conference following the Merseyside derby, after he ran halfway across the Anfield pitch to celebrate Divock Origi’s last-minute winner against Everton.
Record winner...Cristiano Ronaldo
Foolish...Martin Solveig (left) with Ada Hegerberg
Emotional dash... Jurgen Klopp
Milestone... Pablo Escobar