London — Chelsea and Liverpool are unbeaten after five rounds of the new Premier League season and Liverpool pipped Paris Saint-Germain in a five-goal‚ 90-minute thriller of a Champions League game on Tuesday. But Wednesday’s sport sections in some of the most football-focused newspapers in the world saved a big chunk of space for an even bigger bloke. He will be in action at Wembley on Saturday‚ but there will not be a football in sight. There also will not be any diving to try to con the referee. “Anthony Joshua slackens timekeeping after 200 rounds of boxing‚” was Wednesday’s headline in the Guardian. “How Joshua creates his knockout power‚” quoth the Times. But you are not going to keep football out of the picture for long in this country‚ as the Daily Telegraph reminded us: “Anthony Joshua studies Cristiano Ronaldo’s training regime to try and extend his career.” The tabloids trained their long lenses and short sentences on what Joshua eats — “five eggs in the morning‚ among ot...

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