Valentine’s Day Keane, retro merch and Chennai debate – Sunday’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 14.


There was plenty of discussion over the second Test pitch in Chennai – and England’s approach with the bat.

Kevin Pietersen emphasised the importance of the toss.

The India Prime Minister was an interested onlooker.

Valentine’s Day love for Ian Bell’s cover drive.

And from Stuart Broad.

History-making day for West Indies’ spinners – especially Rahkeem Cornwall.


Roy Keane showed some love.

Andre Villas Boas celebrated the day.

Wilfried Zaha marked the occasion with a throwback pic.

Who doesn’t love a bit of retro football merchandise?

Edinson Cavani celebrated his birthday at the Hawthorns.

But it wasn’t a game to remember for his team.

And Rio Ferdinand felt it could have been even worse for United.

Mohamed Salah made a vow.

Barca boss Ronald Koeman toasted a big win.


Novak Djokovic celebrates his triple century.

In-depth Alexander Zverev analysis from Boris Becker…

Naomi Osaka marched on in Melbourne.

A landmark win for Simona Halep to set up a clash with Serena Williams.

Rugby Union

Man-of-the-match display from Kyle Sinckler.

Danny Care thinks he’s worth it.


Leeds captain Liam Cooper showed support for Josh Warrington after his shock loss.


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