Here, the PA news agency picks out some highlights from over the weekend.
The weekend in pictures: Andy Murray, Rugby World Cup, Manchester United vs. Liverpool
Premier League leaders Liverpool fought back for a draw at Manchester United as second-placed Manchester City closed the gap at the top.
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