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 8.
The world of sport marked Remembrance Sunday.
Jose Mourinho delivered another Instagram classic.
Michael Owen welcomed Harry Kane to the Premier League’s 150-goal club, and wished the Tottenham better luck than he enjoyed after reaching the landmark.
Congratulations and welcome to the club! Unfortunately my 150th was my last – you’re very much #150 not out.👏👏👏
— michael owen (@themichaelowen) November 8, 2020
Toby Alderweireld was also pleased with Tottenham’s win
As was Moussa Sissoko.
Manchester City and Liverpool players felt it was one point gained following an entertaining 1-1 draw.
One point is better than nothing in a tense game like this but definitely could have claimed more today. Time for international break and we go again 💪🏾💙 pic.twitter.com/IX5yqcqboH
— Raheem Sterling (@sterling7) November 8, 2020
This picture sums up the match very well: A tough battle over 90mins – we wanted to win, but at least 1 point against an always very difficult opponent. We go again after the int. break ⚽🎱 #CmonCity pic.twitter.com/kLUj5Q3CUU
— Ilkay Gündogan (@IlkayGuendogan) November 8, 2020
Although former City star David Silva was hoping for more.
Jamie Vardy was toasting Leicester’s recent success.
Marcus Rashford pledged “fight for the rest of my life” to end child hunger in the UK after forcing another Government U-turn.
Ademola Lookman vowed to score his next penalty.
After yesterdays mistake, I take full responsibility and onus for it. To my teammates, manager and the supporters I vow to put the next one in. I will not let one failure hold me back. @FulhamFC pic.twitter.com/LpI0Z3pqk8
— Ademola Lookman (@Alookman_) November 8, 2020
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has a strong connection with his dog.
Connor Roberts was feeling nostalgic.
Oriol Romeu decided to take a step back from social media.
Hi, I’ve decided to close my Instagram and Facebook accounts. Here’s the reason. Thank you for your support!
Hola, he decidido cerrar mis cuentas de Instagram y Facebook. Aquí os cuento el motivo. Gracias por vuestro apoyo! pic.twitter.com/yLAf0g6XuK
— Oriol Romeu (@OriolRomeu) November 8, 2020
Cristiano Ronaldo was preaching positivity.
There was no plain sailing for either team at Plainmoor.
Augusta National usually hosts the Masters in April, but Ian Poulter revealed that the course still looks a picture in November.
Alistair Brownlee celebrated his second place at the Valencia World Cup.
Chris Froome finally got his hands on the 2011 Vuelta a Espana trophy.
Thank you to @lavuelta for giving me the opportunity to celebrate my 2011 win today. I first learnt about it while in ICU in June last year not knowing if I’d ever be able to compete again. pic.twitter.com/3Bamcg3q41
— Chris Froome (@chrisfroome) November 8, 2020
Lewis Hamilton was urging people to keep following their dreams.
Australia team Simon Whitlock and Damon Heta were ready for their clash with Wales on the final day of the World Cup.
Stan Wawrinka was feeling grateful.
End of the 2020 season! Grateful to have been able to compete this year and thankful for everyone involved for making the events possible at such a challenging time. Thank you all for the constant support and see you next year ♟👋🏻🙏🏼❤️ #2020 #staysafe #seeyousoon pic.twitter.com/WmWWCUZMlz
— Stanislas Wawrinka (@stanwawrinka) November 8, 2020
KP was turning his arm over in the nets.
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