In the last weekend before Christimas,, the sporting action heated up.History was made across varying sporting disciplines, with Liverpool claiming their first Club World Cup in football and Fallon Sherrock once again winning at the Darts World Championships.It’s impossible to keep across everything, so we’ve compiled a list of the five best things that happened. AFP or licensors 😂 It’s fair to say @GNev2 could not believe what he was seeing there, watching David De Gea’s error. Watch Super Sunday live on Sky Sports PL now 📺 pic.twitter.com/mVlxy7KubR— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) December 22, 2019And while Mourinho was conducting his interview with Sky Sports’ Geoff Shreeves, the former Red Devils defender can be heard giving his reaction to the Hornets opener, saying: “Look at that! Oh my…,”Shreeves then turned to the Portuguese boss to ask him about Neville’s reaction, jokingly questioning his colleagues professionalism.He said: “Jose, can I have your opinion on the unprofessional nature of Gary Neville?“You and I are doing a professional interview and he falls to the floor in disgust. What does that tell you about his lack of standards?”Mourinho responded, chuckling: “I think Gary cannot hide his hide his United connections, but he’s a very good pundit.”The Special One then walked towards the TV monitor himself to view the incident, and looked surprised himself at the manner of the error. Liverpool are on top of the world Getty Images – Getty Dubois shows dynamite fistsAs the British boxing’s rising star says, ‘if I land it right, it’s goodnight’ and Kyotaro Fujimoto will likely back that up.The highly regarded heavyweight added his Japanese foe to an ever expanding highlight reel by flooring him with a single, brutal right hand at the Copper Box Arena in London. 4 When you have Lionel Messi in your side, anything is possible Gary Neville’s brilliant reaction to David de Gea’s howlerManchester United favourite Gary Neville interrupted Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho’s pre-match interview on Sunday with his reaction to David de Gea’s howler against Watford.Neville watched on in disbelief as the Spaniard fumbled a tame effort from Ismaila Sarr into his own net to give the hosts a second-half lead. Best moment of the game, Robertson smashing Rafinha 7 mins into second half. Man of his word pic.twitter.com/3tMTr40qJo— Joshua Buckley (@JoshBuckley94) December 21, 2019Sherrock does it againFallon Sherrock continues to wow fans at Ally Pally.The 25-year-old, who made history by becoming the first woman to win a match at the world championship, beat the world number 11 Mensur Suljovic 3-1 and reach the third round of the PDC event.Sherrock fought back from two legs down to win the first set, before Suljovic reversed the fortunes in the second.“It feels amazing,” she told talkSPORT 2. “I’ve just taken out one of the best in the world and I’m still a bit speechless. It hasn’t sunk in about beating Ted, never mind Mensur.“I’ve never had this many people behind me and supporting me while playing darts.“It will all sink when the tournament finishes.”Asked how she will prepare for the next round, against Chris Dobey, Sherrock explained preparation will be much the same.I’m just going to put a little bit more practise in for the longer format.” SHERROCK HAS DONE IT AGAIN!!!She beats Mensur Suljovic 3-1 to repeat history and book her place in the Third Round. INCREDIBLE SCENES!!! pic.twitter.com/jXhQNuBSk8— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) December 21, 2019Another year to remember for MessiLionel Messi has scored 50 calendar year goals for the ninth time in 10 years.Barcelona beat Alaves 4-1 and maintained their position at the top of the table, while they remained unbeaten at home in 2019.Ernesto Valverde told Spanish media: “It is an enormous advantage we have, when Leo appears and can get you a goal from anywhere.“We’ve come from a very intense match on Wednesday and when you make it 2-0, it seems to be an important gap, but I don’t think so.“In this game we were especially interested in not having any fright, [as we were] aware that Alaves could hurt us.“We are leaving  with a good feeling, because we know [the league] is long.”Messi began the decade by scoring 60 times in all competitions, then scored 59 the following year before an incredible 91 goals in 2012.In 2013, Messi scored 45 goals, then it was 58, 52, 59, 54, 51 and now 50. 4 4 Twitter/SkySportsPL 4 Gary Neville can not believe his eyes after watching David De Gea’s howler I don’t care who you are. If I land it right, it’s goodnight. #DDD #EveryBelt pic.twitter.com/aHfccs6JR9— Daniel Dubois (@DynamiteDubois) December 22, 2019Robbo’s revengeAs the end of the first half neared in the Club World Cup final, Sadio Mane was harshly booked for a foul on Rafinha, a decision which infuriated the Senegal international.But rather than let his teammate react and get himself in more trouble, Andy Robertson reassured him he would exact his own form of revenge before the final whistle.The Reds duo were walking off the pitch when Robertson appeared to tell Mane: “Sadio, I’ll get him don’t worry.”And just seven minutes into the second half, Rafinha was duly dumped onto the turf by Robertson.