Weekend review in pictures: The best sporting images from the weekend including the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe and Premier League

A review of the weekend's best sporting moments from the best images
A review of the weekend's best sporting moments from the best images

We bring you the best pictures from a thrilling weekend of sporting action including the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, Premier League and F1.

Enable the Queen of Paris again

Enable brushed aside an interrupted preparation to land the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe for the second year running, holding off a thundering late run from Sea Of Class who went down on her sword in second.

Read our full report of the race here.

Enable holds off Sea Of Class
Enable holds off Sea Of Class

Enable and Frankie Dettori
Enable and Frankie Dettori

Enable's victory was Frankie Dettori's sixth in the Paris showpiece from only 30 rides.

Frankie Dettori celebrates
Frankie Dettori celebrates

There was plenty more success for the Brits at Longchamp as Wild Illusion, Mabs Cross, One Master and Royal Marine all claimed big-race glory.

Wild Illusion beats Magic Wand in the Prix de l'Opera
Wild Illusion beats Magic Wand in the Prix de l'Opera

Mabs Cross wins the Prix de l'Abbaye
Mabs Cross wins the Prix de l'Abbaye

Royal Marine wins at Longchamp under Oisin Murphy
Royal Marine wins at Longchamp under Oisin Murphy

Meanwhile on Saturday, another superstar filly stole the show at Newmarket as Laurens landed her fourth Group One of the season in the Sun Chariot Stakes.

Laurens wins the Sun Chariot
Laurens wins the Sun Chariot

Premier League - lifeline for Mourinho

Jose Mourinho was handed a lifeline as his side came from two goals behind to beat Newcastle.

Manchester United
Manchester United celebrate

Jose Mourinho: No need to panic
Jose Mourinho: No need to panic

There were also wins for Chelsea and Arsenal.

Eden Hazard in Chelsea action against Southampton
Eden Hazard in Chelsea action against Southampton

Alexandre Lacazette celebrates an Arsenal goal against Fulham
Alexandre Lacazette celebrates an Arsenal goal against Fulham

Meanwhile, Riyad Mahrez missed a late penalty as Manchester City and Liverpool drew 0-0 in their Premier League showdown at Anfield.

Riyad Mahrez misses a penalty for Manchester City at Liverpool
Riyad Mahrez misses a penalty for Manchester City at Liverpool

Hamilton reigns supreme in Formula One

Lewis Hamilton took another step closer to the securing the world championship after romping to victory in Japan.

Lewis Hamilton celebrates
Lewis Hamilton celebrates his win in Japan

Golf

Lucas Bjerregaard claimed a one-shot victory at the Alfred Dunhill Links.

Lucas Bjerregaard celebrates winning the Dunhill Links at St Andrews
Lucas Bjerregaard celebrates winning the Dunhill Links at St Andrews

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Most Read Racing

Check out our preview of the day's action1

Wednesday's racing preview

Nick Grant previews the action on Wednesday and reckons John Gosden will be among the winners at Lingfield.

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Daily Nap: A nice Vieux

Ben Linfoot is back in the Nap hot-seat on Wednesday and he's taking a chance on a novice chaser who looks potentially well treated.

Foxtail Hill: Looks very well handicapped now
3

Weighed In: Not over the Hill

Ben Linfoot picks his way through the new BHA handicap ratings following action at Cheltenham, featuring a few My Stable eyecatchers and plenty of points of note.

Emitom bids to maintain his unbeaten record4

Talking Points: Cozy club

Newbury's cracking novices' hurdle, a well-bred newcomer at Ludlow, veteran sprinter at Newcastle and John Gosden's Lingfield fillies all come under the spotlight on Wednesday.

Ascot's big handicap hurdle comes under the spotlight5

Antepost Angle: Never never land

Matt Brocklebank has already had winners at 33/1 and 12/1 this jumps season - don't miss his 16/1 antepost recommendation for Ascot this weekend.

Most Read Racing

Check out our preview of the day's action1

Wednesday's racing preview

Nick Grant previews the action on Wednesday and reckons John Gosden will be among the winners at Lingfield.

2

Daily Nap: A nice Vieux

Ben Linfoot is back in the Nap hot-seat on Wednesday and he's taking a chance on a novice chaser who looks potentially well treated.

Foxtail Hill: Looks very well handicapped now
3

Weighed In: Not over the Hill

Ben Linfoot picks his way through the new BHA handicap ratings following action at Cheltenham, featuring a few My Stable eyecatchers and plenty of points of note.

Emitom bids to maintain his unbeaten record4

Talking Points: Cozy club

Newbury's cracking novices' hurdle, a well-bred newcomer at Ludlow, veteran sprinter at Newcastle and John Gosden's Lingfield fillies all come under the spotlight on Wednesday.

Ascot's big handicap hurdle comes under the spotlight5

Antepost Angle: Never never land

Matt Brocklebank has already had winners at 33/1 and 12/1 this jumps season - don't miss his 16/1 antepost recommendation for Ascot this weekend.

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Racing Tips

Daily Nap: A nice Vieux

Ben Linfoot is back in the Nap hot-seat on Wednesday and he's taking a chance on a novice chaser who looks potentially well treated.

Check out our preview of the day's action

Wednesday's racing preview

Nick Grant previews the action on Wednesday and reckons John Gosden will be among the winners at Lingfield.

Ascot's big handicap hurdle comes under the spotlight

Antepost Angle: Never never land

Matt Brocklebank has already had winners at 33/1 and 12/1 this jumps season - don't miss his 16/1 antepost recommendation for Ascot this weekend.