HOT OR NOT: Marcus Rashford should be in line for honors off the field … but it’s a swing and a failure for Rory McIlroy in the ranking point debate
- Marcus Rashford slated for honors on and off the field this quarter
- David Luiz deserves credit for his forehead after a horrific performance for Arsenal
- Rory McIlroy missteps after criticism of rivals on the US Tour
It’s time to get hot or not, Riath Al-Samarrai of Sportsmail reveals what makes him hot and what leaves him cold this week.
Much has already been said about it, but when there is no obvious limit to the bile spilled on footballers by politicians and the public, why put a hat on praise? Matt Hancock could not get his name correctly – a line on the next award list should state this.
Marcus Rashford’s off the pitch initiatives to feed schoolchildren have won high praise
He gained weight and about 20 meters from the tee and suddenly the conversation resumed on how to cancel the big hitters – fix the ball, tighten the fairways, etc. And a compliment to what extent the Californian has improved.
Bryson DeChambeau of the United States has improved his game a lot
It is a liability. He did not changed. And yet he was there, in front of the media after a wave of calamities that earned Manchester City his victory over Arsenal. All players make mistakes; few people follow their mistakes by admitting them publicly. Give him that credit.
David Luiz faces the media after a poor performance in the defeat of Arsenal in Man City
Among other criticisms, he is irritated that these pesky drug testers have cost him “generational wealth”. Maybe the world’s # 1 sprinter shouldn’t worry as much about it – if his ability to manage his money is something like his ability to follow the test protocol, it probably won’t last long anyway .
Christian Coleman faces uncertain future after provisional suspension
Here we are, 14 months after the discovery of blood in Jarrell Miller’s medication flow, and he has a license to return. Obviously, the Nevada State Athletic Commission was happy to submit one so that boxing could get started in its proven business of not caring.
The Northern Irishman has been criticized for his approach to the debate on world rankings. Playfully, the US Tour is the only one open for ranking points, and Tommy Fleetwood was not the only one questioning the fairness of this. Questioning Fleetwood’s ambition to stay away from America is McIlroy’s rare misstep.
Rory McIlroy was criticized for his approach to the debate on world rankings