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City celebrate and Ronaldo wants a response – Saturday’s sporting social

·4-min read

Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.

Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from September 25.

Football

City’s players loved their win at Chelsea.

Rio copped some flack from the City fans.

Cristiano Ronaldo wanted a response from Manchester United.

Wilfried Zaha was on target.

Aston Villa matchwinner Kortney Hause breathed a sigh of relief after conceding a late penalty.

Injured team-mate Leon Bailey was desperate for the final whistle.

Gary Lineker saw the bigger picture after Bruno Fernandes’ penalty miss.

Allan Saint-Maximin was ready.

Len Ashurst’s former clubs paid tribute after his death aged 82.

Boxing

Anthony Joshua fitted in a late trim.

Deontay Wilder made a promise.

Ricky Hatton wished his son well.

Tennis

Serena Williams had a beach day.

Cricket

Tim Bresnan and Warwickshire hit back at the haters.

Chris Woakes loved the Bears’ title win.

Kevin Pietersen felt the heat.

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