From the Back Pages, February 21: Furious Flamini rips into ‘lazy’ Ozil in Arsenal’s defeat to Bayern Munich

From the back pages
From the back pages

Mathieu Flamini tore into Mesut Ozil in the middle of Arsenal’s Champions League defeat by Bayern Munich on Wednesday night, apparently accusing the German of a lack of effort. The flashpoint came in the second half after a Bayern move broke down and the ball is collected from behind the goal by Lukaz Fabianski. (Daily Mail)

Mesut Ozil has apologised to Arsenal fans following his penalty miss and below par performance against Bayern Munich. (The Independent)

Carlos Queiroz has told Manchester United to keep faith in beleaguered boss David Moyes, writes Simon Bird in Florianopolis, Brazil. The former Man United coach says Moyes was eyed-up years ago by Sir Alex Ferguson to take over the Old Trafford giants, and there is no point scrapping their grand plan now. (Mirror)

Dnipro 1 Tottenham 0: Yevhen Konoplyanka scores from the spot to give the hosts the advantage going into the Europa League second leg. (The Telegraph)

Andy Flower will be succeeded by a head coach, not a team director, with the England and Wales Cricket Board reverting to the job title of his predecessor Peter Moores in inviting applications for the position. (The Guardian)

Andy Flower will be succeeded by a head coach, not a team director, with the England and Wales Cricket Board reverting to the job title of his predecessor Peter Moores in inviting applications for the position. (The Express)

Bernie Ecclestone was left clinging to control of Formula One after a High Court judge condemned him as “untruthful and corrupt”. The man who created the sport in the modern era and has controlled its every move for four decades is suddenly fighting for his job. (The Times)