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Summary

  1. Real Madrid host Atletico in Champions League semi-final
  2. Athletics world records could be rewritten
  3. One year since Leicester won Premier League title
  4. Reaction to Emre Can's bicycle kick for Liverpool
  5. Get involved - #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Jamie Lillywhite and Alex Bysouth

All times stated are UK

  1. So long, farewell...

    Anyway, we're all bicycle kicked out.

    Don't forget you can follow all the action from the Bernabeu with BBC Radio 5 live from 19:00 BST tonight, when Real Madrid host Atletico Madrid in the Champions League semi-final first leg.

    We've also got you covered on that front on the BBC Sport website, with live text commentary beginning at 18:30.

    As for Sportsday, we'll catch you tomorrow.

  2. Get involved - your greatest bicycle kicks

    #bbcsportsday or text 81111

    Jonny: Billy McKay's late overhead winner for Caley Thistle v Rangers earlier this season. Sumptuous.  

    Hola Senor: George Ndah vs millwall 1996. The whole thing happened in slow motion and keeper flapped at air before the ball trickled in  

    John, South Molton: Clinton Morrison for Exeter City against Stevenage, his only league goal for us, what a beauty!!!  

  3. AFC Crayke v Easingwold Town

    York Minster Engineering League

    SMS Message: I cannot believe that Sportsday has yet to give the biggest local derby in York Minster Engineering League history a mention. Division 4 AFC Crayke take on local sworn enemies from Division 2 Easingwold Town in the York League Junior Cup this evening from Anonymous
    Anonymous

    Sorry, we completely overlooked this. Rookie error.

    It's bound to be a York Junior League Cup classic. Forget the Champions League semi-final, get yourself up to the north east for this one.

  4. Get involved - your greatest bicycle kicks

    #bbcsportsday or text 81111

    Oestie: Klaus Fischer (king of bicycle kicks). 1982 Word Cup semi final to make it 3:3 in the 18th minute of extra time for Germany vs France. Most important ever bicycle kick!  

    Andi Brown: Youri Djorkaeff for Inter v Roma 1997! overhead kick and at that angle! oooft!!

    Alex: Has to be Mauro Bressan's from about 25 yards out in the champions league.  

  5. Atletico against the odds at Bernabeu

    Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid (Tuesday, 19:45 BST)

    More on the big match tonight in the last four of the Champions League and Real Madrid are through to their seventh successive semi-final, a competition record.

    They have only won two of those - when they went on to lift the trophy both times - and have yet to be beaten finalists in the Champions League era. 

    Real's home record in European Cup semi-finals is impressive, winning 18, drawing six and losing only three. 

    They are unbeaten in their last five home games at the semi-final stage and December's 2-2 draw with Borussia Dortmund is the sole occasion they have failed to win in their last 11 European home fixtures.

    Real Madrid in training
  6. Get involved - your greatest bicycle kicks

    #bbcsportsday or text 81111

    Oooosh.

    We've landed ourselves a little Watford v West Ham bicycle kicks-off.

    The Hornets have thrown this Nick Wright cracker into the equation - you can watch it here.

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  7. Kvitova takes to the court

    Tennis

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    Petra Kvitova is back on the training court!

    Here's what the two-time Wimbledon champion had to say: "Hello guys I hope this picture makes you as happy as it makes me! I am in Monaco and guess what? I'm back on the tennis court, hitting with some proper balls and reunited with my dear friend @wilsontennis racquet."

    The Czech was stabbed by an intruder in her home in December.

  8. United to offer Griezmann £300,000 a week?

    Antoine Griezmann

    Atletico Madrid's France forward Antoine Griezmann, 26, is attracted by the prospect of signing for Manchester United - but has reservations about leaving Spain, says ESPN.

    However, United will have to make Griezmann the Premier League's best-paid player, on about £300,000 a week, to tempt him to Old Trafford, according to the Daily Mail.

  9. Simeone to coach Argentina one day?

    Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid (19:45 BST)

    Veljko Paunovic

    Former Atletico Madrid player, Diego Simeone's ex-roommate and now-Chicago Fire boss Veljko Paunovic has been speaking to BBC World Service.

    He recalls the time he first realised Simeone would make a successful coach: "The moment when I saw that was when I was sharing a room with him. 

    "We played against Deportivo La Coruna, we won that game and he tried to influence the coach to give him (the coach) ideas. 

    "The plan worked and we won the game and at that point it was clear to me that he would want to become a coach. I could see the expression of joy on his face, it was an epiphany, I think that was the moment.

    "He is executing his plan and I know that Atletico was always part of his plan, part of his project to be a successful coach. I think one day we'll see him as the coach of Argentina."

  10. Get involved - your greatest bicycle kicks

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    We love this from the Hammers...  

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    Follow this link to see their top five.

  11. People's Cup highlights

    Football

    Have you been following the FA People's Cup? 

    No? Well, luckily we've compiled some of the best goals from day two of the finals in Birmingham for you. 

    You can also relive all of the weekend's action here. 

    And if you fancy giving it a go next year, you can register your interest now.

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup: Watch the best goals compilation from day two of the finals in Birmingham
  12. Get involved - your greatest bicycle kicks

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    SMS Message: A bicycle kick for the ages - elder fans anyway - Dennis Tueart for Man City in the BBI era (before billionaire investment), in the '76 League Cup Final vs Newcastle. As a 12yr old (Arsenal fan) at the time, one couldn't move for kids that summer 'doing a Den' from Michael in Herts
    Michael in Herts
  13. Atkinson in charge for semi-final showdown

    Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid (Tuesday, 19:45 BST)

    BBC Radio 5 live

    English referee Martin Atkinson will be hoping not to be a victim of anything like the last two instances we have heard about when he takes charge of tonight's Champions League semi-final at the Bernabeu.

    Atletico are unbeaten in the home legs of all five of their European Cup semi-finals, winning four and drawing once.

    But in those five matches they have only won one away leg, which came against Chelsea in April 2014.

    This season in La Liga, Real won 3-0 at Atletico courtesy of a Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick, while the Bernabeu match last month finished 1-1.

    Martin Atkinson
  14. Four-year ban for knee attack on ref

    Football

    Marco Goncalves, a striker in more ways than one for Portuguese amateur club Canelas, went significantly further than pushing a referee - he somehow managed to knee one in the face. 

    Unsurprisingly Goncalves will not be turning out again for a while.

    "Marco Goncalves has been given a suspension of four years for assaulting a referee, two months for insults and threats and three months for assaulting an opposition player," a spokesman for the Porto regional league told AFP. 

  15. Rapava Ruskin cited for pushing referee

    Rugby Union

    Remember Paolo di Canio pushing referee Paul Alcock in the late 90s? Well, Worcester prop Val Rapava Ruskin will appear before a Rugby Football Union disciplinary panel after being cited for pushing referee Greg Garner during Friday's match against Newcastle.

    The RFU said the 24-year-old had been charged with acts contrary to good sportsmanship, law 10.4(m). 

  16. McNamara in Madrid

    Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid (Tuesday, 19:45 BST)

    Our man in Madrid, it's Conor McNamara, with a preview posted yesterday.

    The match is definitely tonight though and remember, you can follow the Champions League semi-final first leg contest between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid from 19:00 BST on BBC Radio 5 live.

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  17. Bedene wins in Istanbul

    Tennis

    Bedene

    Great Britain's Aljaz Bedene has been in great form recently, and he has just won again.

    Bedene, who had his 16-match winning run ended in the Hungarian Open final last week, beat Hungary's Marton Fucsovics 7-6 (7-3) 4-6 6-4 in Istanbul to reach the last 16.

    Meanwhile, at the Estoril Open in Portugal, Kyle Edmund is currently in action against Joao Domingues.

    The British number two is currently 3-2 up in the third set having recovered from losing the opener 6-4 to take the second set 6-3 against the Portuguese.

  18. No saga for GB as Forsyth seals victory

    Hockey

    Not the flurry of goals they may have been hoping for but Great Britain have beaten hosts Malaysia 1-0 in the six-team Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament in Ipoh.

    Alan Forsyth's penalty stroke proved the difference between the sides, Britain now with two wins and a draw from their three matches to hold second in the round-robin event.

    Their next match tomorrow is a big one against leaders and defending champions Australia, who also have two wins and a draw - and a better goal difference - so far.

  19. Kodjia sidelined by broken ankle

    Football

    Aston Villa confirm that striker Jonathan Kodjia broke his ankle in the second half of Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Blackburn and will now visit a specialist in Europe this week for further tests, with surgery expected. 

    Jonathan Kodjia