Trevor Nyakane at the final whistle in the Twickenham mizzle last weekend. Capturing the agony of defeat perfectly.
And here is Argentina’s Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe and family following their semi-final defeat to Australia. Bless.
Feilding High represent.
The gulf in size was not as great as in this now famous shot of John Key, the beer drinking hobbit, next to Sam Whitelock. In fact the next three pictures have all gone a bit viral during the week and chances are you have seen some if not all of them.
Still, for the sake of posterity, here is Sergio Aguero lifting the bar for selfies featuring irritating politicians, with his posing with China’s President XI and everyone’s favourite romantic David Cameron. That may never be beaten.
Finishing off the viral trio is Jose Murinho, banished from the sideline once again in Chelsea’s defeat by West Ham last weekend. You would imagine there are fewer worse places to be than in the opposition’s Directors’ box when they score the winner against your side.
Internationals team party following the Presidents Cup. It is fair to say Danny Lee is not really enjoying best buddy Rickie Fowler’s ‘shots’ challenge.
NHL. Chicago Blackhawks vs Florida Panthers.
Dubai might be a strange place for test cricket with its empty stands, but at the end of the day there is something about the light there that makes for great photos.
Forget the haka, here are South African cricketers preparing for their ODI against India during the week.
The first test at the Gabba is a week away. Looks a bit green.
Something a bit different. Contestants prepare for a work chair race in Tokyo. Before you judge, this is serious stuff. These are endurance races that take two hours.
More from the Cricket around the World department. This is from Maryland’s Glenn Dale Elementary School.