James Corden opposes Super League and new Hearn role – Tuesday’s sporting social

Eddie Hearn is the new chairman of Matchroom Sport
Eddie Hearn is the new chairman of Matchroom Sport (PA Archive)
18:41pm, Tue 20 Apr 2021
CBAD8A00-D2B9-4E0E-ADDF-D0366C357A34 Created with sketchtool. E9A4AA46-7DC3-48B8-9CE2-D75274FB8967 Created with sketchtool. 65CCAE04-4748-4D0F-8696-A91D8EB3E7DC Created with sketchtool.

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 April 20.


Big names continued to have their say on the European Super League.

Removing the ‘big six’, Wolves declared themselves 2019 Premier League champions.

Grimsby’s recruitment drive continued.

Jose Mourinho remembered happier times.

Sergio Reguilon wished him well.


John Barnes showed he has lost none of his rapping skills.

Manchester City recalled Phil Foden’s first Premier League goal, on this day two years ago.

Leeds’ players loved their draw with Liverpool.

New interim Tottenham boss Ryan Mason got to work.


The Hearns kept it in the family.

Oleksandr Usyk looked in peak condition.

Ricky Hatton was keeping fit too.

Formula One

Lando Norris was still on cloud nine after his podium finish at Imola.

Carlos Sainz was delighted with his fifth-placed finish on Sunday.


Michael Van Gerwen got fuelled up.

Raymond Van Barneveld celebrated his birthday.

Sign up to our newsletter