In pictures: Today in sports

Champions come home, victors hit a roadblock, the fallen are remembered and a city rallied behind their boys, it's been all about the pack in sport today. A pictorial look.

Sucess Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Arsenal
Strength of the wolf is the pack | This little Wolverhampton Wanderers fan and his mascot plush toy would have been over the moon as their side beat Arsenal 3-1 in their Premier League encounter this week. (Getty Images) Photo: Getty Images
Prometheus and ice
A song of fire and ice | A woman ice skating at the Rockefeller Center ice rink might want to thank Prometheus for a beautiful spring day in New York. Winter has been harsh in the city and America and warm weather has been welcomed with open arms. (AFP) Photo: AFP
Zinedine Zidane
If looks could kill | Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane does not look pleased as his boys take on Getafe CF at the Col. Alfonso Perez stadium in Getafe. The game ended in a goalless draw. (AFP) Photo: AFP
Riyan Parag
Come full circle | Thanks to veteran commentator Harsha Bhogle, Twitter chanced upon an interesting fact about Rajasthan Royals' batsman Riyan Parag. When RR played CSK on April 11 in Jaipur, 17-year-old Parag was caught by MS Dhoni for 16. Dial back a few decades. In 99-00 season of the Ranji Trophy, an Assam opener called Parag Das was stumped by a young keeper called MS Dhoni. No prizes to guess who Parag Das is! (PTI) Photo: PTI
Anzac Observance Day
Remembering the fallen | Demons and Tigers players observe a minute's silence on Anzac observance day during the match between Richmond and Melbourne at MCG in Melbourne. (Getty Images) Photo: Getty Images
Hockey NHL
For the nation | Patriotism is a good photography subject. Photographer Adam Glanzman combined multiple images in his camera as he photographed Sean Kuraly and Noel Acciari of the Boston Bruins standing for the national anthem before their game against the Columbus Blue Jackets during the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs in Boston. (Getty Images) Photo: Getty Images
Hamilton at Azerbaijan GP
False starts | Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton was all ready for the first practice session at the Baku City Circuit. The session had to be cancelled after George Russel hit a loose manhole cover during the open minutes of the session. (AFP) Photo: AFP
Gomathi Marimuthu
Midas touch | After winning India's first gold medal in the women's 800m at the Asian Athletics Championships, everyone wants a piece of Gomathi Marimuthu. The athlete was felicitated by Velammal Vidyalaya in Chennai. (The Hindu) Photo: (M. Vedhan
Yellove CSK vs MI
Wearing your heart on your sleeve | A home fixture means the merchandise vendors have their hands full. The excitement ahead of the CSK vs MI clash expectedly hit fever pitch. Seems like it didn't spare skipper Dhoni either, as the captain opted out of the clash owing to a temperature. (The Hindu) Photo: B. Velankanni Raj