The sports industry in England has been dealt a fresh blow after plans to bring back fans from next month were paused.
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The inaugural Rugby World Cup began on this day in 1987, while a decade ago, Jose Mourinho completed a treble with Inter.
Professional sport in the UK moved a step closer to returning on Wednesday as the government approved phase one of a return to training.
Professional sports in England could theoretically return behind closed doors by June 1, though strict government criteria must be met.
In the world of sport, April 14 will forever be connected with one of the greatest and most improbable triumphs of Tiger Woods' career.
With most sport around the globe falling victim to coronavirus-related postponements, we look back at what previously happened on this day.
Golf's first major of 2020 has been postponed, as has the Giro d'Italia and marathons in London and Boston.