The Telegraph
Wednesday , December 30 , 2015

PCB rejects captain Azhar's resignation

Pakistan one-day captain Azhar Ali on Tuesday tendered his resignation over presence of tainted pacer Mohammed Aamir in the national training camp but agreed to continue after Pakistan cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan's intervention....   | Read..

Injured Steyn doubtful for the Cape Town Test

South Africa fast bowler Dale Steyn is in doubt for the New Year's Test in Cape Town after he was ruled out of bowling in the remainder of the opening Test against England at Kingsmead following a ......   | Read..

Sergi is hired & fired in hours

Barcelona have released a player just hours after signing him, citing offensive tweets discovered by fans that the player had posted two years ago....   | Read..

Robin blow to India

In a setback for India, injured Robin Singh was on Tuesday ruled out of the SAFF Cup. He has been released from the camp by chief coach Stephen Constantine....   | Read..

Horner raises a point

Mercedes have had a wonderful season in Formula One and Lewis Hamilton has of course been the most dominating driver on the tracks....   | Read..

Rooney remains positive

Manchester United were unlucky not to beat Chelsea despite dominating the game, captain Wayne Rooney said following the goalless home draw against the struggling champions....   | Read..

Top cueists for national meet

India's top cueists in Aditya Mehta, Sourav Kothari, Brijesh Damani, Vidya Pillai and the likes will battle it out at the National 6-Red Snooker Championship at the Bengal Rowing Club....   | Read..

I'm fighting for myself: Sepp

Banned Fifa president Sepp Blatter feels "abandoned" by the global soccer body and will now focus on clearing his name, the 79-year-old Swiss told a German magazine....   | Read..

Jeev names Liang as deputy

Non-playing captain Jeev Milkha Singh roped in former Asia No. 1 Liang Wen-Chong of China as his vice-captain for the EurAsia Cup, to be held at the Glenmarie Golf and Country Club from January 15 ......   | Read..

Aussies win at a canter

Australia beat the West Indies by 177 runs in the second Test to win the series and retain the Frank Worrell Trophy in Melbourne, on Tuesday....   | Read..

Smith upset after DRS malfunction

Australia captain Steve Smith will seek an explanation from match referee Chris Broad over a Decision Review System (DRS) malfunction during his team's march to victory over West Indies in the seco......   | Read..

Richie: Lot at stake for Windies

Former West Indies captain Richie Richardson has urged the current Caribbean players to continue to work hard in order to restore the team's lost pride....   | Read..

Have done the hard work, but was lucky too: Akshar

In-form Akshar Patel feels ready for his second tour of Australia and is not losing sleep over the close competition with Ravindra Jadeja for the No.1 left-arm spinner's role in the five ODIs Down ......   | Read..

Proteas on the backfoot

England's Steven Finn took three wickets as South Africa, chasing an unlikely 416 for victory, struggled to 136 for four on the fourth day of the first Test on Tuesday and were staring at the prosp......   | Read..

DDCA keen to act tough

Rattled by fresh allegations of corruption in selection of teams, the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) is now planning to clip the wings of its all-powerful sports committee. "A p......   | Read..

Iresh out for 6-8Weeks

Iresh Saxena, who suffered a knee fracture during a JC Mukherjee T20 Trophy match, will be going under the scalpel on Wednesday....   | Read..

Ravikant reported

Promising young medium pacer Ravikant Singh, part of the Bengal U-23 squad and a member of the India U-19 team that emerged world champions in 2012, has been reported for a suspect bowling action....   | Read..

Klopp wants consistency

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has called on his team to be more consistent ahead of Wednesday's Premier League game against lowly Sunderland....   | Read..
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