Stars celebrate Pancake Day and hero Ashwin – Tuesday’s sporting social

PA Sport Staff

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 February 16.


Mason Greenwood signed a new deal at Manchester United.

Kevin De Bruyne returned.

United remembered Harry Gregg on the first anniversary of his death.

It’s Pancake Day…

Leeds players wished Granny Val well.

Rodrigo stepped up his recovery.

Jose Mourinho was on call.

Cristiano Ronaldo was ready for the return of the Champions League.

As was Juventus team-mate Aaron Ramsey.

Rafael Van Der Vaart enjoyed the snow in Denmark.

On this day 10 years ago…

Now that’s a bright jumper.


India star Ravichandran Ashwin admits he felt like a hero in Chennai.

Virat Kohli savoured a big win for his side.

Despite England’s crushing defeat, there was cause for celebration in the Stokes household.

KP cannot believe England’s selection policy.


Onwards for Naomi Osaka and Novak Djokovic.

Another win for Serena.

It can be tough at the top.

What a view!


Tyson Fury bigged up his little brother.

And celebrated Pancake Day.

As did Nicola Adams.

Joe Joyce stayed sharp.

Josh Warrington paid tribute to a true warrior.


Because one Ian Poulter isn’t enough.

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