Jack Grealish has been banned from driving for nine months and handed a fine of £82,000 after pleading guilty to two offences.

The Aston Villa captain arrived at Birmingham Magistrates' Court shortly after 9.30am on Tuesday ahead of his sentencing hearing, after previously admitting two counts of careless driving.

The 25-year-old walked into court after his Range Rover had pulled up outside the main entrance in front of waiting photographers and camera crews, briefly distracting the media's attention from the footballer - who arrived, separately, on foot.

The England international crashed his £90,000 Range Rover into three parked vehicles in Solihull on March 29.