The Telegraph
Thursday , November 12 , 2015

Retirement always on my mind, says Mitch Johnson

The aspect of retirement seems to be floating in the mind of Mitchell Johnson although he says he's trying to enjoy each and every game that he plays....   | Read..

Afridi wants a written guarantee

All-rounder Shahid Afridi believes Pakistan can go to India and play a series, but only after the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) gets a written guarantee from the Board of Control for Cricket in Indi......   | Read..

Neymar boost for Brazil

Neymar has the skills to hurt Argentina when he leads Dunga's counter-attacking Brazil side on his return from suspension in a high-voltage 2018 World Cup qualifier on Thursday....   | Read..

'Emotional breakdown' lands Sepp in hospital

Sepp Blatter has been admitted to hospital and will remain there until next week, after suffering a "small emotional breakdown"....   | Read..

Pakistan cruise to victory

Mohammed Hafeez made a fluent unbeaten 102 to lead Pakistan to a comfortable six-wicket victory over England, in the first one-day International in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday....   | Read..

Aim to start afresh, asserts Philander

Rain has been a turn-off for most in Bangalore, which will be hosting the second of the four India-South Africa Tests....   | Read..

Challenges are unique, says Shah 

Two days after being appointed ombudsman by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to look into matters of conflict of interest, Justice (retd) Ajit Prakash Shah has said that an issue li......   | Read..

Simmons apologises and is reinstated as WI coach

Phil Simmons was reinstated as the West Indies head coach, in St John’s, Antigua, on Tuesday, after he issued a public apology for his outburst in September, in which he had expressed his unh......   | Read..

Bravo does it for Windies

West Indies ended their dismal tour of Sri Lanka with a consolation victory, after Dwayne Bravo’s all-round brilliance secured a series-levelling 23-run win in the second and final T20I, here......   | Read..

Mustafizur is the star for Bangla

Paceman Mustafizur Rahman grabbed five for 34 as Bangladesh thrashed Zimbabwe by 61 runs in the third and final ODI to complete a clean sweep here on Wednesday....   | Read..

Scandals make athletics hard to sell

Athletics was struggling to compete for funding with money-spinning sports such as soccer and baseball even before the latest doping scandal; but that task has now grown much harder despite the boo......   | Read..

Saina, Sindhu march ahead

Indian shuttlers had a mixed day in the opening round of the China Open with Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu easing into Round 2, while Kidambi Srikanth and Ajay Jayaram making early exits here....   | Read..

Jeev ready for tough course

India's Jeev Milkha Singh is ready for his second triumph here, but will have to get the better of the demanding course when the inaugural World Classic Championship at Laguna National starts on Th......   | Read..

Unwell Lewis won't miss GP

Triple Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton is unwell and has delayed his flight to Brazil on medical advice, but will compete in this weekend's penultimate race of the season, Mercedes said o......   | Read..

Maria is not at all scared

Maria Sharapova is happy to cast herself as the underdog in her first Fed Cup final appearance when Russia seeks to take the trophy from holders Czech Republic this weekend....   | Read..

Indians to play for pride

India would be desperate to avoid their sixth consecutive defeat in the World Cup qualifiers, when they take on Guam in Bangalore's Sree Kanteerava Stadium, on Thursday....   | Read..

Chetri: Need to prepare well

Sunil Chetri, on Wednesday, said building up a successful national side would never be an easy job as lots of preparations were needed to play international football....   | Read..

NUFC log full points

NorthEast United FC continued their dream run in the Indian Super League with a 2-1 comeback win over Chennaiyin FC in a ninth round clash in Chennai on Wednesday....   | Read..

Helder set to rejoin today

The victory over Kerala Blasters in Kochi on Tuesday having taken them to top four in the standings, Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) will be boosted further by the return of their marquee player Helder P......   | Read..

Keen tussle on the cards

Norway and Hungary meet in a European Championship play-offs that will decide what side will return to the big stage after many years of absence....   | Read..

Neymar's stature growing at Nou Camp

Neymar Jr. is wanted by Manchester United. Neymar Sr., his father, is wanted by the tax authorities in Brazil. And both know that as long as Neymar Jr. remains in Barcelona, he is likely to be in t......   | Read..

Isco out versus England

Spain's friendlies against England and Belgium will be a chance for La Roja to demonstrate their quality before they defend their European title in France next year, new call-up Oscar de Marcos sai......   | Read..

Younis Khan quits ODIs

Pakistan batting stalwart Younis Khan retired from one-day Internationals on Wednesday. Wednesday’s match against England in Abu Dhabi was his last....   | Read..
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