Chris Smalling's derby debacle prompts Manchester United fan criticism

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Football: Chris Smalling received a barrage of abuse on Twitter after his red card in the Manchester derby.

Formula One: Lewis Hamilton reflects on another memorable Grand Prix victory after breaking a British record.

Rugby Union: England have been dealt another injury blow ahead of their autumn internationals.

Manchester United fans have called for Chris Smalling to never play for the club again after his stupid sending off during Sunday's derby defeat to Manchester City.

The England defender was red carded following a second bookable offence before half-time at the Etihad Stadium, and supporters took to social media to lament his poor display.

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Lewis Hamilton believes he outsmarted Nico Rosberg with the bold overtaking move that clinched victory in the US Grand Prix.

The 2008 world champion set a new British record after claiming his 32nd win - and fifth in a row - surpassing Nigel Mansell's total and opening up a 24-point lead on his Mercedes team-mate.

Wasps lock Joe Launchbury will mis England's upcoming autumn internationals due to a neck problem.

Stuart Lancaster's men begin the series next Saturday against world champions New Zealand, but will be without Launchbury - who requires six to eight weeks of rest and rehab to repair nerve irritation.

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