The Telegraph
Monday , October 9 , 2017

Defence holds the key for India

Former national coaches Subhas Bhowmick and Sukhwinder Singh are not known for being easily satisfied when it comes to the performances of the Indian teams. Yet the two feel the Indian under-17 side returned to the dressing room with a lot of posi......   | Read..

Sancho nets a brace in England's brilliant start

England kicked off their U-17 World Cup campaign in style when they thrashed Chile 4-0 in the Group F opener at the Salt Lake stadium on Sunday. The message rang loud and clear; they are here for t......   | Read..

Mexico hold spirited Iraq

Iraq were an inspired lot, but they couldn't tame two-time champions Mexico as Sunday's other Group F tie of the Fifa U-17 World Cup ended 1-1 here at the Salt Lake Stadium....   | Read..

'First day, First show' super hit & houseful

Football lovers of Bengal once again proved why their craze for the game is unmatched....   | Read..

It hurts and we're disappointed, says Vettel

Sebastian Vettel's Sunday could not get much worse after engine problems at the Japanese Grand Prix all but killed off his title hopes, but Formula One stewards reprimanded him anyway for missing t......   | Read..

Sandhu lifts maiden Asian Tour title

Indian golfer Ajeetesh Sandhu fired a superb two-under 70 to clinch his maiden Asian Tour title at the $500,000 Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC) in Taipei on Sunday....   | Read..

Nadal's 6th title of the year

World No. 1 Rafael Nadal produced a ruthless performance to thrash Australian Nick Kyrgios 6-2, 6-1 in the China Open final on Sunday for his 75th career singles title....   | Read..

Rabada rips Bangla apart again, easy victory for SA

Pacer Kagiso Rabada bagged another five-wicket haul to take his Test match tally past 100 as South Africa wrapped up a comprehensive innings and 254-run victory over Bangladesh on Sunday....   | Read..

Costa Rica, Nigeria seal Russia berths

Kendall Watson's header deep into injury time gave Costa Rica a 1-1 draw with Honduras and a berth in the 2018 World Cup in Russia....   | Read..

Tiger Woods in 'slow motion'

Tiger Woods released a 24-second slow-motion video of himself hitting an iron shot, another tease that he is returning to fitness....   | Read..

De Matos blasts referee Vargas

Is India coach Luis Norton De Matos employing pressure tactics before the match against Colombia?...   | Read..

Goals galore in Guwahati

Kieto Nakamura netted the first hat-trick of the U-17 World Cup as Japan started their Group E campaign in style with a 6-1 win over Honduras at the Indira Gandhi Stadium here on Sunday evening....   | Read..

Guru wins on return

Playing an international tournament after almost a year, Commonwealth Games bronze medallist RMV Gurusaidutt on Sunday clinched the men's singles title at the Bulgarian International Future Series ......   | Read..

A proud moment: Legends

PK Banerjee and Chuni Goswami are men who have seen hundreds of football matches both in India and around the world....   | Read..

Haryana beaten at home

Haryana suffered an embarrassing loss at home against Saurashtra, in the Ranji Trophy, on Sunday....   | Read..

Pak fight back vs Sri Lanka

Paceman Wahab Riaz took three wickets in a fiery spell but Sri Lanka were still in the driving seat after the third day of the second Test, a Day/Night fixture, in Dubai on Sunday....   | Read..

Gani shines for Bengal

Off-spinner Amir Gani scalped five wickets as Bengal extended their lead to 270 against Services in their Ranji Trophy Group D opener, at the Palam A ground on Sunday....   | Read..

Ashish Nehra’s never-say-die attitude

The selection of the 38-year-old Ashish Nehra has created ripples among the Indian cricket fans. As always, opinion is divided about the selection. ...   | Read..

Hamilton teaches Verstappen a lesson, Ricciardo finishes third

Sebastian Vettel saw his Formula One title hopes all but disappear on Sunday after the Ferrari driver retired from the Japanese Grand Prix with engine problems....   | Read..
Jadon Sancho of England celebrates one of his two goals against Chile during their U-17 World Cup match at the Salt Lake Stadium, on Sunday....   | Read..
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