From the back pages, April 22: FA to launch investigation after controversial striker’s attack on Chelsea defender... so will he now be kicked OUT of English football?

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Former Liverpool player and manager Graeme Souness labelled Luis Suarez’s apparent bite on Branislav Ivanovic as ‘embarrassing’ and believes the Uruguayan is now in the ‘last chance saloon’ as a Reds player. The controversial forward once more attracted the headlines for all the wrong reasons after appearing to bite Ivanovic midway through the second half of Liverpool’s clash with Chelsea. (Daily Mail)

The return of Gareth Bale made the difference as Tottenham came from behind to bag three precious points at White Hart Lane. Spurs knew a win would keep the pressure on nearest rivals Chelsea and Arsenal in the race for Champions League qualification. (The Sun)

Celtic clinched the Scottish Premier League title with a commanding second-half performance against Inverness at Celtic Park. (The Telegraph)

After making “a mess” of the drink stations on the marathon course, Mo Farah’s half-a-race debut on the marathon course was both bizarre and lacking in revealing anything about his capability over the full distance. (Guardian)

Tyson Fury recovered from a second-round knockdown to stop Steve Cunningham in the seventh round of their heavyweight clash at Madison Square Garden. (The Times)

Furious Jenson Button forced his teammate off the circuit during a wheel to wheel scrap during the Bahrain Grand Prix won by Sebastian Vettel. The 33-year-old ex-champion shouted on the radio “oh come on” as the Mexican tried to squeeze past on lap 30. (Mirror)

Manchester United could lose out to German champions Bayern Munich in their £20million pursuit of Borussia Dortmund hitman Robert Lewandowski. (Express)