That's it for Sportsday Live for Tuesday.
You can follow the T20 Cricket game between England and New Zealandvia the BBC Sport website and Sportsday Live will return on Wednesday at 08:00 BST.
Everton are set to make a bid for Juventus centre-half Angelo Ogbonna, according to theLiverpool Echo.
The 27-year-old Italian is Roberto Martinez's top defensive transfer target this summer as he looks to bolster his options following the release of Sylvain Distin and Antolin Alcaraz.
Thanks for all of your suggestions to our celebrations debate.
Here's the final set of contributions.
Allan: Mick Channon. Flailing arms in circular motion. I didn't score many and didn't support Southampton but come on!
Dale Bradley: Like Robbie Keane when I was a bit more athletic. Now a simple celebration like Ronaldo's or Shearer's will suffice.
Wise choice Dave, major chance of putting your back out attempting the above.
Finlo Clarkson: I'm like Drogba, knee slide and a salute. Classic.
Joe Woods: Usually a big "YESS!" and fist pump like I won a point in tennis, then a jog to the assistant and thanking him.
As well as the T20 cricket on 5 live sports extra, which starts at 18:15 BST, if two wheels are more your thing, then 5 live has a treat this evening.
The BeSpoke programme at 19:30 features a special interview with Mark Cavendish, the man recognised as the best sprinter in the world of cycling, as he gets set for the Tour de France.
You can find out more about the secret world of sprintingin a special piece on the BBC Sport website.
Hull half-back Marc Sneyd has been handed a two-match ban after being found guilty of a dangerous tackle on Leeds scrum-half Danny McGuire during Sunday's 32-20 Super League defeat at Headingley.
The suspension rules the former Salford and Castleford player out of Hull's return clash with Leeds in the Challenge Cup quarter-final at the KC Stadium on Friday as well as next Wednesday's re-arranged league game at Wakefield.
McGuire is also set to sit out the Cup tie but scans have cleared him of a break.
Coventry City strikerMarcus Tudgay has signed a new one-year contract with the League One side.
The 32-year-old scored four goals in 23 games last season as Tony Mowbray's side finished 17th in the third tier, seven points clear of the relegation zone.
Afterreading the BBC East Midlands Today weather, Marcos Baghdatis made a good start his campaign at the Aegon International event in Nottingham, beating top seed David Ferrer of Spain 6-2 7-6 (7-4).
It was the first win for the Cypriot against a Top 10 player in two years and he sent down nine aces and converted over 70% of his service points.
Australian front-rower Ashton Sims hastold the BBC Super League Show that Warrington Wolves need to start playing to potential after a 'clear the air' team meeting on Monday.
"We've talked the talk, now we need to walk the walk," ex-Newcastle Knights prop said ahead of Saturday's last eight Challenge Cup tie against Leigh.
"We need to get on that pitch and play the brand of rugby we're capable of."
Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon has revealed Manchester United target Sergio Ramos is unsettled at the Bernabeu.
Calderon toldTalkSport: "It is clear that he is unhappy because the president has refused to extend his contract.
"I find it like a punishment because he supported Carlo Ancelotti publicly, he said it was a mistake to sack him, and he is also backing Iker Casillas.
"Let us see what happens in the next few weeks. It is going to be very exciting to know what is happening. If Sergio goes to Man United, they will be very lucky."
Barcelona midfielder Gerard Deulofeu, 21, is in Liverpool as advanced talks about an imminent return to Everton continue, says theLiverpool Echo.
The Spaniard spent the 2013-14 season on loan at Goodison Park.
Scottish coach Ian Cathro is being considered for theassistant manager's role at Newcastle United.
New Newcastle boss Steve McClaren has said he wants his coaching team in place before the players return for pre-season training on 1 July.
Cathro, 28, recently left Valencia for family reasons after moving to Spain with coach Nuno Espírito Santo from Portuguese side Rio Ave in 2014.
He previously worked with Dundee United's youth academy.
British 16-year-old wildcard Katie Swan beats world number 118 Kristina Kucova 6-3 6-4 in the first round of Wimbledon qualifying, another big result in an impressive year.
It's a lovely evening for cricket in Manchester with England hosting New Zealand in a one-off T20 match at Old Trafford.
The game starts at 18:30 BST and there will be live coverage from 18:15 on 5 Live Sports Extra while 5 Live Sport will also be coming live from the ground from 19:00.
Republic of Ireland midfielder James McClean has told the BBC he is happy to be back in the Premier League following his move to West Bromwich Albion from Wigan Athletic.
The 26-year-old former Derry City and Sunderland player joined Wigan in August 2013, when they were in the top-flight.
McClean considered a move to the MLS before joining the Baggies in a three-year deal.
Watch a video of McClean's interviewhere.
VB: Like Roberto Baggio at the end of the 94 World Cup Final.
You're a cruel man VB.
Kishore Mukherjee: I do the Tiger Woods. The fist when he was in top and then jog back to my starting position
Rhodri Gillham: A musketeer (or try to), with a neat bow and a flourish.
Tom Dunn: Running with one arm in the air and not really knowing what else to do. AKA 'The Shearer'
Italy Under-21s midfielder Danilo Cataldi admits their European Championship chances are "hanging on by a thread" heading into the England match.
The Azzurri lost 2-1 to Sweden in their opening game and will only go through to the knockout stage if they beat England and Sweden lose to Portugal.
"Our future is hanging by a thread, it won't be easy but we are ready," said Lazio midfielder Cataldi.
"We have to face England with one single goal... victory."
Asked about the success of England at the Women's World Cup, Southgate said he and his players were using it as an inspiration.
"I've spent some time around their camp because they are at St George's when I'm in my office," he said.
"They have a really good environment and Mark Sampson has done a great job in building that.
"They lost their first game as you often do in major tournaments, but they've come back and that is a good example for us."
Southgate's Under-21s lost to Portugal in their opening game but recovered to beat Sweden in their next game. Their final group match is against Italy on Wednesday - full coverage on the BBC Sport website.
Everton defender John Stones is available again after a head injury. Asked if that was a bonus, Southgate joked: "We are never sure with Stones whether he is still groggy or not so I don't quite know how the doc works it out!"
The boss added: "John is fit and available and he is a top player so I have a decision to make in that respect because we've only let one goal in and the defenders have defended with great heart and spirit and that's why we've got to the point we have."
England are second in their group at the European Championships, level on points with Sweden. They play Italy on Wednesday in their final group match and need a win to be guaranteed of going through to the semi-finals.
Asked about the lack of goals so far - England have only scored one in their first two games at the tournament - Southgate said: "Nobody has managed to win two matches and we are in the last eight of major competition - so there shouldn't be a lot between the teams and you have to earn everything you get.
"We haven't missed glaring chances so we need to look at whether we have created enough.
"We are three games away from the opportunity to be European Champions so we will discuss how we can get better because we need to be better."
Sean Noonan: Head down, straight back to my position. Maybe a nod to the assister. A rueful smile if it's anything better than a tap-in.
Jay: I'm like Eric Cantona. I fly-kick a fan in the chest.
Jake Joshua: I celebrate like it's a winner in the 90th minute of a World Cup Final. Every time.
Chris Thomas: I'm like John O'Shea after chipping Almunia. Shocked and confused.
BBC London 94.9's Kevin Handat Uxbridge:
"Middlesex have reached tea on day three at Uxbridge still 24 runs behind after Worcestershire totalled 385, thanks to a fine century from Tom Fell and a cameo from Jack Shantry down the order.
"The slow pitch remains tough for the bowlers and batsman alike, but Middlesex opener Sam Robson, hoping to press for an England recall, has completed a pair having faced just three balls in the match."
BBC Radio Nottingham's Chris Ellisat Headingley:
"Yorkshire back in control at Headingley thanks to some splendid batting from Andrew Gale (67 not out) and Jack Leaning (50 not out).
"The pair now have the highest partnership of the match, currently worth 112, and have gone a long way to giving the hosts a first-innings lead.
"Notts have been second-best in this game, apart from today's first session and now the ball is 50 overs old, they will have to work hard to get back into this one.
"England's Stuart Broad has been the pick of the bowlers with 2-25 from 11 overs so far."
Gary: Call me old fashioned but I'd run to the player who set me up, then hi-five any player I passed on way to position.
Dave: I don't, I just jog back to my half and ready my self to score again and again and again...
Guy Owen: My first ever goal, 7-0 down, last minute I score and take the corner flag out and go crazy
Jason: I don't celebrate like anyone. I'm not very good at football.
Not really getting in the spirit of this Jason are you?
James Burke's crucial innings of 73 for Surrey has left Derbyshire with a tougher run-chase than they might have expected.
At lunch, the visitors were only 198 ahead with half of their wickets gone, but Burke hit a six and 11 fours in a career-best score before he was the ninth man dismissed.
Paceman Mark Footitt finished with 4-102, with Derbyshire requiring 348 to register their third Championship win of the summer.
England's Women's World Cup quarter-final tie against Canada will be shown on BBC One on Saturday night/Sunday morning.
Coverage starts at 00:00 BST and the game in Vancouver kicks off at 00:30.
Newcastle target Bas Dost should stay at Wolfsburg, says his coach Dieter Hecking.
The 26-year-old Netherlands international is understood to be a target for new Magpies boss Steve McClaren as he bids to rebuild the squad.
Hecking told the Wolfsburger Allgemeine: "Why would he go there? He can play next season in the Champions League with us. He will probably not in this nor in the next or the next year at Newcastle."
Great Britain have won a third gold medal in the pool at the European Games in Baku.
The 4x100m freestyle relay team of Duncan Scott, Martyn Walton, Daniel Speers and Cameron Kurle claimed victory to follow the earlier successes of Abbie Wood (400m medley) and Holly Hibbott (800m freestyle).
There was also bronze for the women's freestyle relay team of Darcy Deakin, Madeleine Crompton, Hannah Featherstone and Georgia Coates.
BBC Radio Wales Sport's Nick Webbat Cardiff:
"Leicestershire reached tea 40 runs behind Glamorgan with three wickets in hand as none of their batsmen could kick on despite decent starts.
"Matt Boyce made 50, Andrea Agathangelou 42 and Niall O'Brien 39 but the visitors failed to produce a substantial partnership.
"Michael Hogan and Craig Meschede have claimed two victims each with the wickets shared between five home bowlers."
British Athletics has announced that five new athletes have been declared eligible to compete for GB with immediate effect.
Among them are 100m hurdler Cindy Ofili, the younger sister of European champion Tiffany Porter, and 100 and 200m teenage sprinter Zharnel Hughes from Anguilla.
Hughes recently finished second to Usain Bolt over 200m at the Diamond League meeting in New York.
The others are high jumper Victoria Dronsfield, 400m hurdler Shante Little and 400m runner Montene Speight.
Zinedine Zidane has revealed he would have accepted the chance to replace Carlo Ancelotti as Real Madrid coach had he been offered the job.
Zidane, one of Ancelotti's assistants as well as coaching Real Madrid's reserve side Castilla last season, lost out to Rafael Benitez in the race for the top job.
In an interview withFrance Football, he said: "I would have accepted being Ancelotti's successor. I'm a professional and I'm never going to turn down a challenge."
Asked if he was disappointed to be overlooked, Zidane said: "No, not at all. I believe it wasn't the time. Things happen naturally, you don't have to go looking for them. They took the decision to choose another coach and that's that."
BBC Radio Gloucestershire's Bob Huntat Bristol:
"Some resistance from Gloucestershire's lower order with the stand of 71 between Benny Howell and Craig Miles being their highest of the match.
"But after Howell was out, an early tea was taken and Essex require 114 for victory."
Gloucestershire may still have a glimmer of hope as James Fuller has just removed England captain Alastair Cook for a first-ball duck after tea.
Simon Carey: Even though I was born eight years after his '77 Cup winner, I was always encouraged to give it the Stuart Pearson fist punch.
Chris James: Bas Savage during the Brighton days - my moonwalk got me the nickname Bas.
Catherine Brailsford: Andy Morris Chesterfield FC FA Cup semi final 1997. Cool, just another goal.
Jose Pinochet, BBC Mundo
A charity in Chile that campaigns for the victims of drink-drive accidents has rejected a payment offered to them by Arturo Vidal, the national team's star midfielder who crashed after drinking last week.
Vidal was arrested after the incident, which occurred when his Ferrari left the road in Santiago - but was later released and has continued to play for Chile in the ongoing Copa America tournament in the country.
After admitting in a statement that he had "taken two drinks, then had an accident", Vidal pledged any money he received as a reward for his performances in the Copa America would go to the Emilia Foundation charity.
However, the charity has said it would not accept any payments from Vidal - at least until the legal process ends.
Action is continuing at the Aegon International in Eastbourne which you can seevia the BBC Sport website.
Switzerland's Belinda Bencic is on court and has taken the first set 6-2 against American Madison Keys.
Later, second seed Caroline Wozniacki faces Jarmila Gajdosova of Australia.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany says he is as hungry as when he was a teenager as he attempts to bounce back from a below-par last season.
The 29-year-old was criticised after a number of mistakes during the Blues' 2014-15 Premier League campaign.
"At the level at which I play, I don't expect flowers when things aren't going well," the Belgian told theManchester Evening News.
"The truth is that I can play football - don't worry - and I'm coming back even stronger than before. I have to show it on the pitch. I don't have a choice."
New York City FC are in talks with Juventus and Italy midfielder Andrea Pirlo.
The 36-year-old has,according to NBC Sports, been a long-term target for the club, who hope his arrival will coincide with Frank Lampard, who is due to make his debut for the Americans against Montreal Impact on 13 July.
Former Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson on BBC Radio 5 live
"I think Petr Cech joining Arsenal from Chelsea would be an amazing signing. It's another step towards the title.
"Arsenal are very close to having a squad that almost matches Chelsea and Manchester City. I think everybody knows Arsenal are minimum two, maybe three, good signings to really challenge Chelsea.
"He's 33 now, he still has five or six season of greatness in him and he is going to give Arsenal that assurance at the back that they really need.
"When a side wins the league it starts with the man at the back and usually when a side wins the league the goalkeeper usually has an amazing season."