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 October 19.


Marcus Rashford MBE continued his campaign against child food poverty.

Aymeric Laporte wished Virgil Van Dijk well.

And the Dutchman also has support from team-mates Fabinho and James Milner.

Lucas Digne almost saved Richarlison.

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I tried to do my best Pai @richarlison 😂💙

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Wayne Rooney got the all-clear, but now starts isolation.

Eden Hazard threw his weight behind Belgium, Holland and Germany’s bid to host the 2027 Women’s World Cup.

Gary Lineker rated a Sunday League wonder goal.

And later made a mistake.

Raheem Sterling revelled in his winner against Arsenal.

A worldie from the Gunners seven years ago.

The Europa League champions were on their way to London.

The goalkeeper had a shocker in the MLS.

Leeds mocked Manchester United’s criticised tweet about the St James’ Park steps from the weekend.

Leicester’s new signing Wesley Fofana reacted to making his debut.

That scream from Jamie Carragher!

Michail Antonio had fun after Manuel Lanzini’s stunner at Tottenham.

The Hammers were happy with their new arrival.


What a signing!

Chris Gayle was as modest as ever!

Rugby League

Rob Burrow was seen celebrating Leeds Rhinos’ Challenge Cup win at home with his children in a video shared by the BBC.


David Haye talked up Derek Chisora.

Who has Oleksandr Usyk in his sights.

Daniel Dubois was doing the heavy lifting.


Brooks Koepka enjoyed being on the course at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas.

And who can blame him!

Scottish Championship winner Adrian Otaegui sung it with feeling.


Serena Williams kept busy.

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Working momma

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Garbine Muguruza was hanging out with the locals in Tuscany.

No rest for Simona Halep.

Monday motivation from Naomi Osaka.

Formula One

Valtteri Bottas geared up for the Formula One bandwagon to roll into Portugal.


Barry Hearn has reeled in coronavirus.

Up close and personal with Wayne Mardle.