Football came together to pay tribute to the late Cyrille Regis on Saturday as Premier League clashes were marked by a round of applause and black armbands. The Premier League is remembering the West Brom legend this weekend, who is widely recognised as being a pioneer for black players in football. Tributes began before Brighton's clash with Chelsea at the Amex Stadium as players gathered to pay homage to the former England international.
Chelsea thrashed Brighton 4-0 in Saturday's early kick-off as Antonio Conte's men spectacularly ended their run of three consecutive 0-0 draws with a comfortable victory. The Blues produced a dominant display to see off Brighton and Eden Hazard's brace helped fire Chelsea to the three points on the south coast. Here Sportsmail brings you a round-up of some things you may have missed from the Amex Stadium amid all the action on the pitch.
Grigor Dimitrov beat Andrey Rublev in four sets in a hard-fought match to qualify for the fourth round of the Australian Open on Friday. Dimitrov claimed the match's opening set 6-3 with some impressive strokes against his 20-year-old opponent at the Rod Laver Arena. The Bulgarian then went a break up in the second set as he looked set to seize control of the third-round match.
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