Monday, July 23, 2018

Shukriya Pakistan

South Africa set 490 after Sri Lanka declare

COLOMBO - South Africa have been set an unlikely target of 490 runs to win the second test and draw the two-match series after...

Neymar: “I couldn’t look at a football” after the World Cup

Brazil superstar Neymar admits that after his nation's quarter-final defeat to Belgium at the World Cup he couldn't look at a ball and didn't want to...

Warner sets World Cup goal after first home hit-out

Banished opening batsman David Warner says he is looking to be part of Australia's World Cup defence in England next year after his first...

South Africa floundering despite Maharaj nine wicket haul

Keshav Maharaj completed a South African record nine for 129 haul in the 2nd Test against Sri Lanka on Saturday before the home side...

After Wimbledon, real tennis cuts to the chase

As the dust settles at Wimbledon, the real tennis action is under way: the world's best players of the original sport are duelling it...

Fabregas begs Hazard to stay at Chelsea

MELBOURNE - Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has urged team mate Eden Hazard not to leave the Premier League club amid reports that the Belgium...

AC Milan back in Europa League as sports court overturns ban

The world's top sports court on Friday overturned a European ban imposed on AC Milan for violating UEFA's financial fair play rules, calling the...
Tokyo Olympics

Tokyo 2020 Olympic organisers unveil ticket prices

Tickets for the opening ceremony are priced between 12,000 yen ($110) and 300,000 yen ($2,670), but sporting events will be much cheaper.
From high school drop-out to Korean gaming superstar

Lee Sang-hyeok – From high school drop-out to Korean gaming superstar

A high school drop-out dubbed the "Michael Jordan of eSports" has helped make South Korea a major power in video-gaming -- and is now leading its push to be recognised by the mainstream.
Pep Guardiola Manchester City

Guardiola wants Man City stars rested and ready

Guardiola has travelled to the United States for games against Borussia Dortmund, Liverpool and Bayern Munich with a squad made up mostly of young players as many of his regular stars are enjoying an extended break following their exploits in Russia.

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