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The sports week in pictures
From Shamrock Rovers’ exploits in Belgrade to the world’s highest-paid footballer, enjoy our look back at the best images from the week in sport.
The sports week in picturesIreland's Kevin O'Brien is bowled out during his side's ODI encounter with England at Clontarf Cricket Ground on Thursday.
The sports week in picturesFans shelter under umbrellas during the rain-delayed first round of The Barclays in New Jersey. The golf tournament is attempting to cope with the onset of Hurricane Irene.
The sports week in picturesDavid Wallace
The sports week in picturesShamrock Rovers players celebrate after their historic victory over Partizan Belgrade in the qualification round for this year's Europa League.
The sports week in picturesFormer Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri completed his transfer to Manchester City this week. The Frenchman praised his new club's ambition and fans after signing a four-year contract worth a reported £175,000 per week.
The Sports week in picturesNasri's wasn't the only big-money transfer this week: Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto'o officially became the world's highest-paid footballer when he arrived in Russia to take his place with Dagastanian side Anzhi Makhachkala.
The sports week in picturesIrish athletes Paul Hession (200m), Colin Griffith (50km Walk) and Jason Smyth (100m) enjoy a cycle outside the athlete's village ahead of the IAAF World Championships in Daegu.
The sports week in picturesAidan Price and David McMillan struggle after a clash of heads during Monday's Airtricity League match between Bohemians and St. Patrick's Athletic at Richmond Park.
The sports week in picturesAustralia's Cadel Evans made his return to competitive cycling this week in the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in Colorado.
The sports week in picturesThe New York Yankees became the first team to record three grand slams in a single MLB game on Thursday, when they trounced the Oakland Atheltics 22-9. Robinson Cano, Russell Marin and Curtis Granderson hit the crucial home runs.
The sports week in picturesMichelle Wie tees off during the first round of the Canadian Women's Open at Hillsdale Golf Club. The prodigiously talented Hawaiian would sign for a five-under-par 67.
The sports week in picturesWebb Simpson embraces his wife after winning the Wyndham Championship in North Carolina. It was the 26-year-old's first Tour victory.
The sports week in picturesDavid Wallace is stretchered off during yesterday's game against England. The Munster flanker was ruled out of the Rugby World Cup with a knee ligament injury.
The sports week in picturesAt the IAAF World Championships, a distraught Christine Ohuruogu tries to come to terms with being disqualified from the women's 400m heats after a false start.
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