3 Lennon desperate for Pukki
The number of bids Celtic have so far made for 23-year-old Finn Teemu Pukki. Lennon was keen to sign another striker ahead of Tuesday's Champions League play-off first leg against Shakhter Karagandy, but the five-day visa turnaround for Kazakhstan meant hopes of signing the Schalke striker dwindled after a deal could not be struck over the weekend.
20 Van Persie Moyes' man
The most valuable number for David Moyes, the new Manchester United manager. Robin van Persie is still filling the 20 shirt with aplomb, resuming his free-scoring ways with two in his club's comfortable 4-1 season opener at Swansea City.
Aberdeen were down to 10 men in their Saturday match against Celtic. Still hoping to make it a third consecutive win, they were beaten by the Scottish champions, who lead 1-0 at half time and sealed the deal with a second goal from substitute James Forrest with three minutes to go.
4 Podium place
Perthshire athlete Eilidh Child made history on Saturday, becoming only the fourth Scot ever to win a medal at the World Athletics Championships. She made up one quarter of the four-strong team of Shana Cox, Margaret Adeoye and world champion Christine Ohuruogu as they took bronze in the 4x400m relay in Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium.
6 County fail to impress
The number of line-up changes Derek Adams made to his Ross County team after last week's defeat by Partick Thistle. Still, the alterations could not prevent the Dingwall side falling to a third consecutive defeat, Adams' side losing 4-0 to St Johnstone. After conceding nine goals in three games, the Highlanders have yet to earn their first point, leaving the manager promising more changes.
22 Isner-Nadal final
Ranked 22 in the world, American John Isner beat world No.7 Juan Martin del Potro on Saturday, securing a placing in the Cincinnati Open final against Rafael Nadal. Czech Tomas Berdych defeated Andy Murray to reach the semi-final against Nadal, but was beaten by the fourth seed in straight sets.
9 Top spot for Inverness
Inverness Caledonian Thistle sit atop the SPFL Premiership after winning three matches out of three. Motherwell's dull display was outshone by the Highlanders', with Richie Foran and Billy McKay leading their team to a 2-0 win.
47 All Blacks start winning campaign
Ben Smith's hat-trick led the All Blacks to victory over neighbours Australia 47-29 in the opening match of The Rugby Championship on the Wallabies' home turf in Sydney. Meanwhile, South Africa hammered Argentina with a 73-13 win at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.
2 Slow start for hockey team
Scotland's women failed to impress in their opening two matches of the TriFinance EuroHockey Championships in Antwerp. Beaten first by Germany, then Spain yesterday, they face England on Tuesday with their top-flight status under threat.
51 Whittaker waltzes
The minute when Steven Whittaker, the Norwich City and Scotland full-back, danced through the Everton defence to score a splendid goal. The former Rangers and Hibernian player also had a big part in his team's equaliser with a shot-cum-sclaff which became a telling cross.
43 Torrance milestone
The number of years Sam Torrance has now clocked up as a golfing professional. The golden oldie from Largs finished second in the SSE Scottish Senior Open at Fairmont St Andrews, a week shy of his 60th birthday.
12 Boyd goes from saint to sinner
Kris Boyd, the Kilmarnock striker, went from good to bad inside 12 second-half minutes in Saturday's encounter with St Mirren. The former Scotland striker scored three minutes into the second half, but earned himself a red card punching Jim Goodwin, the St Mirren captain, allowing the hosts to equalise soon after.
542 Minute goal drought
When Scott Robertson rattled the ball past Radoslaw Cierzniak in the 81st-minute of Saturday's game against Dundee United, it was Hibernian's first goal since May 18. Since the 1-0 win over Dundee that day, Pat Fenlon's side had played in the Scottish Cup final, a two-legged Europa League tie with Malmo and SPFL Premiership matches against Motherwell and Hearts before welcoming United to Easter Road.
11 Glory day
Underdogs Kyles Athletic won shinty's Artemis MacAulay Cup for the 11th time in on Saturday, beating Newtonmore 4-3. Newtonmore last lifted this particular cup in 1986.