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Liverpool celebrate, Steph Curry digs deep - Friday's sporting social

The Reds' first top-flight title since 1990 had people talking on social media.

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 June 26.


Liverpool's title celebrations went long into the night.

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Reds defender Andy Robertson was not walking alone as he partied hard.

Liverpool right-back and local lad Trent Alexander-Arnold reflected on the achievement.

And Basketball star Steph Curry revealed he would help the England international with his fundraising efforts.

Manchester City defender Kyle Walker paid tribute to Liverpool and vowed to help his side respond next season.


Kyle Edmund, who did not get to bed until 2am, brought Liverpool shirts to his Battle of the Brits victory over Liam Broady.


Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen was not interested in the Reds' title triumph.

England batsman Sam Billings, a Manchester United fan, had a little dig at Jurgen Klopp's side.

New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson, along with other high-profile Kiwis, did his bit to support a Unicef campaign.

Australia batsman David Warner was at it again on TikTok.

Somerset seamer Jack Brooks was buzzing after Somerset's return to training was announced.

Formula One

McLaren's Lando Norris was looking ahead to Formula One's return in Austria next week.


Three-time world champion Mark Selby continued to raise funds for the NHS.

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Monday's key events

· There are no Brits in the women's 100m hurdles final, but Puerto Rico's Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, fresh from breaking the Olympic record in the semis, will hope to pip world record holder Kendra Harrison to gold (3.50am)
· The women's 5000m final also has no Team GB representation, but two-time world champion Hellen Obiri of Kenya will be looking to add an Olympic gold to her list of honours (1.40pm)

· The women's skiff 49er FX (6.33am) and men's skiff 49er (7.33am) come to their conclusion, with Team GB involved in both medal races

· A place in the women's gold medal match is up for grabs, starting with an all-North American semi-final between United States and Canada (9am)
· Australia, who edged past Team GB's in a seven-goal quarter-final thriller, take on Sweden in the second semi-final (12pm)

· The track cycling schedule gets underway, with Team GB holding a particular interest in the team pursuit qualifying. Laura Kenny is part of the women's team (7.54am), while the men's team includes Ed Clancy (9.02am)

· The Gadirova twins Jessica and Jennifer will both take part in the women's floor final as they look to add to their team bronze (9.57am)

· Newly-crowned European champion Emily Campbell flies the flag for Great Britain in the women's +87kg, but faces stiff competition for medals from China's Li Wenwen and New Zealand's Laurel Hubbard (11.50am)

· The women's hockey quarter-finals begin, with Team GB last up against Spain (1pm)

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