The Telegraph
Monday, October 16, 2017


Tim Weah: Like father, like son

The United States striker Tim Weah had been the centre of attraction from the day he arrived in India to play the under-17 World Cup. But to tell the truth, it was more because of being the son of Liberian great Geroge Weah - the youngster's own a......   | Read..

Christian is not happy

Despite the huge margin of victory in the pre-quarter-final tie against Colombia, the Germany coach, Christian Wueck, seems not too satisfied with the performance of his attackers....   | Read..

Germany in last 8

A determined Germany made clinical use of the chances that came their way and routed Colombia 4-0 in a round-of-16 match at the Nehru Stadium, on Monday....   | Read..

Jadon blow to England

England have handled the Indian conditions well, and when they take on Japan in the pre-quarterfinal of the Fifa Under-17 World Cup at the Salt Lake stadium on Tuesday, they will certainly start as......   | Read..

Karthik salutes captain

Tamil Nadu wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik Monday said that he was proud and privileged to be part of the present India team led by Virat Kohli, which has been doing very well....   | Read..

'Playing as a unit' & Rohit

India's ODI opener Rohit Sharma on Monday said that playing as a cohesive unit has been the primary reason for the Indian cricket team's stupendous success across formats in recent times....   | Read..

Great to hold winner's trophy: Maria

Maria Sharapova arrived in Moscow on Monday to take part in the Kremlin Cup tennis tournament....   | Read..

Man City are great team to be involved in: Raheem Sterling

Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling says he is loving playing under Pep Guardiola for the Premier League leaders and admits that his life is also better for having tuned out critics on social me......   | Read..

Iran are favourites versus Mexico

High on confidence after a strong show in the group stage, Asian powerhouse Iran would look to keep their unbeaten run intact when they face Mexico in a pre-quarter final match of the U-17 World Cu......   | Read..

Sancho will be missed, says Cooper

England coach Steve Cooper is disappointed that Jadon Sancho will not be playing any more in the ongoing Under-17 Fifa World Cup. "Jadon's gone. Dortmund have requested that he headed back to ......   | Read..

Known rivals in unknown territory

Two of Europe's top teams - France and Spain - will square up in a mouth-watering pre-quraterfinal tie of the Fifa Under-17 World Cup at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium on Tuesday....   | Read..

London priority now: Federer

Roger Federer is eyeing a seventh ATP Finals crown and has not ruled out pinching the world No. 1 ranking from Rafa Nadal if he maintains the form that won him his second Shanghai Masters trophy on......   | Read..

October 1978: Special month & year

Kapil Dev Nikhanj, India's first captain to win a cricket World Cup and a world-record holder at one point in time, made his India debut 39 years ago. On Monday, which marked a very special anniver......   | Read..

Trying to keep it simple: Santner

New Zealand's Mitchell Santner has said the key to success against India's batting line-up would be to bowl reasonably quick and induce mistakes from Virat Kohli and Co....   | Read..

Jadeja is the hero

Ravindra Jadeja bagged nine wickets in the match after scoring a double hundred to guide Saurashtra to an innings and 212-run victory over Jammu and Kashmir on Day III of their Ranji Trophy Group B......   | Read..

SLC's nod to T20I in Pak

Sri Lanka will travel to Lahore for the final T20 International against Pakistan on October 29, despite top players expressing their reservations on travelling to the country, where the national te......   | Read..

Pakistan win by 32 runs

Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 32 runs in the second ODI, on Monday....   | Read..

Md Shami & Dinda shine

Bengal will hope to complete an innings victory over Chhattisgarh in their Ranji Trophy Group D game, being played in Raipur, courtesy top performances by pacers Ashok Dinda and Mohammed Shami....   | Read..

Usman's opinion

Australia batsman Usman Khawaja has criticised the country's selection policy and says the constant team changes hampered his attempts to develop his all-round game....   | Read..
Man City are great team to be involved in: Raheem Sterling