Marcus Rashford hailed for campaigning work – Saturday’s sporting social

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 November 7.


Everton hailed Marcus Rashford for the work he has done campaigning for free school meals.

Raheem Sterling also paid tribute to his England team-mate.

Did Rashford score against Everton? Maybe…

And he got an assist from Juan Mata in wishing David De Gea a happy birthday.

Rio Ferdinand celebrated turning 42 in style.

Who knew Rishi Sunak was a Saints fan?

Che Adams is a key man for Southampton.

And he loved his Friday evening.

Gary Neville went for Jamie Carragher.

And Carragher bit back.

Before tuning in to watch Manchester United take on Everton.

Kai Havertz is focused on a return to action after a positive Covid-19 test.

Jordan Henderson said goodbye to Liverpool’s training ground.

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One last time…. ❤️

A post shared by Jordan Henderson (@jhenderson) on Nov 7, 2020 at 7:15am PST

Alex Morgan is set for her Spurs debut.

Ellen White reached a half-century of WSL goals.

Ayoze Perez was having none of one Leicester fan’s Cengiz Under-pants.


An important message.

The Barmy Army made fun of Mitchell Johnson with a US election-style tweet.

Maybe KP needs to stick to cricket!

Rugby Union

Australia beat the All Blacks.

Sonny-Bill Williams could not believe Ofa Tu’ungafasi’s tackle.


Justin Rose was getting ready for Augusta National.


Tyson Fury needs an opponent for his homecoming fight next month.

Tony Bellew was on Bernard watch during the Everton v United clash.

Dillian Whyte was working hard despite his bout against Alexander Povetkin being postponed.



Michael Van Gerwen enjoyed the Netherlands’ opening win over Brazil.


LeBron James celebrated the election result.