In this week's Sport Spotlight, we look at how Arsenal managed to pull off a shock 2-0 win away to Manchester City, why AB de Villiers' record fastest century in a one-day-international might be broken again soon, and Andy Murray's difficult draw at the 2015 Australian Open.
Arsenal pull off 'bizarre' victory over Manchester City
IBTimes UK sports editor Nick Howson calls Arsenal's 2-0 win at the Etihad a 'bizarre' result, especially seeing as City were unbeaten since October and Arsenal have become notorious for not turning up away to the big sides. Whether this victory could prove the turning point for Arsenal, who realistic aim is to once again finish in the top four, remains to be seen.
de Villiers makes cricket history
AB de Villiers made cricket history when he hit a century off just 31 balls against the West Indies, the fastest ODI century ever recorded. But in the age of Twenty20's aggressive batting style, Nick Howson argues it's no surprise to see the record broken.
Andy Murray faces tough draw at Australian Open
The 27-year-old got his campaign off to a good start with a straight sets victory over India's Yuki Bhambri, but knows that much tougher tests lie in wait. A nightmare draw for the Scot could see him have to beat Gregor Dimitrov, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic if he is to win a third Grand Slam and first Australian Open title.