88 - PRAISE FOR McGHEE
Jordan McGhee scored his first senior goal for 10-man Hearts in the 88th minute of their SPFL Premiership game against Aberdeen. The 17-year-old's header secured a 2-1 win for the Tynecastle club, reducing their points deficit to single figures.
5 - DI RESTA OUT
Paul Di Resta started yesterday's Belgian Grand Prix fifth on the grid after making a bold decision to change to intermediate tyres before the final qualifying session when he spotted umbrellas going up in the stands. However, the Force India driver's race was cut short by a collision with Williams' Pastor Maldonado.
3 - WENGER'S LUCKY NUMBER
Arsene Wenger's lucky number after Arsenal earned their first Premier League points of the season with a 3-1 win over Fulham. Four days earlier, Wenger's had beaten Fenerbahce 3-0 in their Champions League play-off against the Turkish side.
1900 - THOUSANDS IN LOCH LOMOND SWIM
The number of swimmers who took part in the Great Scottish Swim, held at Loch Lomond for the first time. Scottish-based athletes took the three top places in the women's mile event. Edinburgh's Keri-Anne Payne finished first, with Rebecca Smith, 15, from the Isle of Skye, second and Glasgow's Camilla Hattersley taking third.
0.66 - MORE SILVER FOR FLORENCE
David Florence, the double Olympic silver medallist, was back on form to finish second in the canoe singles at the World Cup final in Bratislava. The 31-year-old Scot finished just 0.66 seconds behind the Slovakian Michal Martikan.
22 - KAYAL OFF AFTER INJURY
Biram Kayal lasted only 22 minutes of Saturday's SPFL Premiership game between Celtic and Inverness Caledonian Thistle. The Israeli midfielder limped off with a groin problem. Joe Ledley took his place in match which ended in a 2-2 draw after the league leaders had led 2-0.