Ronaldo’s new trim and Jose’s footballs – Wednesday’s sporting social

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Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.

Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from October 21.

Football

A new trim for Cristiano Ronaldo.

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Three was the magic number for Jose Mourinho.

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Mesut Ozil had his say.

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And received support from former Gunner Jack Wilshere.

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Paul Pogba and Manchester United were still celebrating.

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And then wished Nemanja Vidic a happy 39th birthday.

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Rio Ferdinand loved Marcus Rashford’s heroics in Paris.

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Harry Kane was ready.

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As cool as you like from Zlatan!

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Ronald Koeman reflected on a good night for Barcelona.

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Ben White was in good spirits.

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Reece James did his bit for charity.

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Cricket

Stuart Broad loved the Barmy Army’s banter.

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Unlucky!

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Michael Vaughan marked his mate Geoffrey reaching 80 not out.

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Brett Lee and Brian Lara rocked the pastels.

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James Anderson worked on his fitness in the rain.

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Rugby Union

Bristol graciously accepted the news that they would not be involved in the Premiership final.

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Matt Dawson was buzzing.

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James Haskell took his book war with Joe Marler up a notch.

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Tennis

Novak Djokovic paid tribute to his son on his birthday.

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Boxing

Ricky Hatton was feeling nostalgic.

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Athletics

Usain Bolt was back to work.

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Cycling

Sir Chris Hoy was flying.

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Chris Froome was back on his bike.

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Formula One

Formula One remembered Kimi Raikkonen winning the title 13 years ago.

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