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Sunday's sporting social: Bale hails Gunter and Horschel surprises Perez

Nigel Adkins enjoyed a Sunday morning walk.

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 March 28.


Gareth Bale paid tribute to Wales centurion Chris Gunter.

Happy Sunday from Nigel Adkins.

International duty continued...

Reflecting on an historic day at Old Trafford.

Arsenal continued to celebrate a north London derby win.

Everton made sure their journey home from Brighton was a good one.

Man Utd marked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's anniversary.

Never a dull moment for Patrice Evra.


India started the ODI decider well.

England's spinners responded.

Pant then took over.

But England were left with a seemingly manageable run chase – by modern 50-over standards.

However, England's batting failed – leading to a call for change.

Kevin Pietersen hailed the arrival of British Summer Time and looked forward to the end of the pandemic.

Motor racing

Lewis Hamilton expressed himself before the Bahrain Grand Prix.

David Coulthard got another birthday cake from Red Bull – with less mess this time.


Billy Horschel took Victor Perez by surprise at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play.


17 years!!

Caroline Wozniacki took it easy like Sunday morning.


Dillian Whyte is back.


We're not entirely sure what Conor McGregor means here.

Nice view.

The night's UFC action drew many admiring glances.


Geraint Thomas enjoyed being part of an all-Ineos Grenadiers top three at the Volta a Catalunya.

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