In pictures: Today in sports

From dramatic football to camels racing to the finish line, here's the world of sport today in pictures

Son Heung-Min
Hitting where it hurts | Tottenham Hotspur's South Korean striker, Son Heung-Min is picture-perfect dramatic, as he scored against Manchester City in their Champions League clash in London. Photo: AFP
Dwayne Wade and Erik Spoelstra
Somebody to lean on | Yes, beginnings are hard but after an illustrious career, ends are difficult to prepare for. Erik Spoelstra (L) has kind words for Dwayne Wade (R) as he prepares for his last game at home. Wade bid farewell after helping the Miami Heat beat the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday. Photo: AFP
Baseball in Havana
Home run | Children play a game of baseball at a stadium in Havana, Cuba. Judging by that fence, this ground has some epic sporting action. Photo: Reuters
Mikuru Suzuki
Bull's eye | Called 'the miracle', Mikuru Suzuki's impeccable skill and drive helped her become the first Asian player to clinch a world title. The Japanese player looks like she has her plans for world dominance in place. Photo: AFP
Malaysian Le Tour de Langkawi
Finish with a splash | It seems appropriate to call the Malaysian Le Tour de Langkawi a heated affair, seeing the cyclists being sprayed by firemen to cool off at the finish line. Photo: AFP
camel racing in dubai
Golden gallop | Not the race you were expecting, isn't it? Camels against the Al Marmoom Racetrack in Dubai makes for quite a photograph. The festival promotes the traditional sport of camel racing within the region Photo: Getty Images