The bad news: England's 100 per cent record in World Cup qualifying came to an end in Poland on Wednesday night.
The good news: Bailey Peacock-Farrell is the best goalkeeper in the world.
Oh, and the Premier League is back on Saturday.
Lots is going on in the football world today, so The Sportsman will guide you through Thursday with all the latest news. Stay with us!
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The Polish FA have denied that there was any form of racism involved in the confrontation between Kamil Glik and Kyle Walker on Wednesday night.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has hinted that he could invite ex-Gunner Jack Wilshere to come and train with the club while the search for a new home continues.
Japan have given up hosting this year's Club World Cup due to Covid-19.
UEFA have threatened to boycott the World Cup if the proposal to make the tournament every two years is approved.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche is hoping he can hand record-signing Maxwel Cornet his Clarets debut against Everton on Monday night.
A West Bromwich Albion supporter has been found guilty of racially abusing Romaine Sawyers. The midfielder is an Albion player but is on loan at fellow Championship side Stoke City for the season.
The man has been handed a lifetime ban from The Hawthorns.
New England women's boss Sarina Wiegman has been taking in her new surroundings at Wembley Stadium. Her first match in charge of the Lionesses is on 17 September where they play host to North Macedonia.
Christian Eriksen is set to undergo a pivotal medical examination which will determine if he can return to matches at Inter Milan.
Former Arsenal and Chelsea defender has turned down offers to join Marseille and Italian side Salernitana.
—Nice deducted two points, one suspended
—OM's Alvaro Gonzalez banned two games
—Dimitri Payet gets suspended one-match ban
—OM physio banned until June for punching fan
—Game to be replayed without fans
Following a brief trip to the Great Pyramid of Giza, the (Ancient) Egypt jerseys are back.
Covered in hieroglyphs and complete with gold foil logos, they were worn during the 1330-28 (BC) season under Tutankhamen's stewardship.
Brazilian legend Pele has said he is recovering well following an operation to remove a tumour from his colon.
Liverpool believe that FIFA have no basis to ban Brazilian players from playing in the Premier League this weekend.
Chelsea and Germany defender Antonio Rudiger is interesting PSG, who are looking to capture the centre-back on a free transfer next summer.
The Premier League is back this weekend, and as a result Fantasy Premier League. After all the drama that unfolded with Brazil over the international break, players may need some help when looking at replacement options, and not to mention Cristiano Ronaldo's back. Check out The Sportsman's advice.
Marseille physio Pablo Fernandez has been banned for a year after running onto the pitch and punching a fan in the game between Nice and Marseille that turned sour after Nice fans threw objects at Dimitri Payet.
Nice have also been docked two points as a result of the incident.
Following the melee that erupted at the conclusion of the first-half in last night's game between Poland and England, it has been revealed that it was sparked by Kamil Glik supposedly pinching Kyle Walker's neck. England have now reported the incident
Former Arsenal midfielder Mesut Oil is reportedly unhappy at Fenerbahce and is looking for an escape route out of the Turkish clubs with the USA and Qatar being places of interest to the German star.
The flight that was carrying the German national team from Iceland had to make an emergency stop at Edinburgh airport. The reason for the sudden stop is unclear.
Manchester United and England attacker Marcus Rashford has hit back at his critics saying he will not 'stick to football' as he continues to try and end child hunger.
Leeds United have unveiled their third kit for the 2021/22 season, and it is fair to say it has gone down well. A very classy strip.
There is still a reluctance by some football clubs to synergise their men's and women's teams either through social media, or having their games played at different stadiums to the men's. Check out The Sportsman's ramblings on the issue.
New Lyon signing Jerome Boateng is to appear in court back in Munich with an assault charge against his ex-fiancee.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been named among the winners of the Royal Institute of British Architechts (RIBA) National Awards 2021.
Former Aston Villa assistant Richard O'Kelly may have left the club in the summer but he came back for the former pros golf day, which he must have signed up for before deciding to leave the club.
Sunderland left-back Denver Humes has signed a new two-year contract at the Stadium of Light, with the club having the option of a third.
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Gareth Southgate's Three Lions were denied their sixth straight victory as Poland equalised late on in Warsaw to keep their World Cup hopes alive. Check out The Sportsman's findings on the game.
England Under-21 coach has revealed that he once stood up to Zlatan Ibrahimovic during a dressing room row when they were at LA Galaxy. Brave man.
As the England team were booed by the Polish crowd in Warsaw, their star striker Robert Lewandowski was shown pointing to the word 'respect' printed on the sleeve.