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Friday, October 20, 2017


With crowds topping 1 million, India set to become most-attended Fifa U-17

The attendance for matches of the Fifa U-17 World Cup India 2017 crossed one million in the final match of the Round of 16....   | Read..

Glucose, century & Messi

Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde joked he hoped to see Lionel Messi score 200 goals after Barcelona's talisman chalked up another milestone as he scored for the 100th time in European competitions ......   | Read..

Carlos: Let's talk about Maracana

Not Belo Horizonte. Rather the momentous occasion at the Maracana last year is on Brazilian minds on the eve of their quarter final of the Fifa U-17 World Cup....   | Read..

Focus is on teamwork, says Alan

Despite boasting a team brimming with individual talents, Brazil showed in their 3-0 defeat of Honduras that their teamwork is equally impressive, as all three of their goals were laid on a plate f......   | Read..

DFB and its policy for colts

Such is the youth development system of the German soccer association (DFB) that even those who are unable to make a career as professionals won't be left in the lurch....   | Read..

Great to be back, says De Villiers

AB de Villiers feels he is hitting the ball as sweetly as he ever following his recent break from the South African side, an ominous sign for bowlers ahead of a busy season across all three formats....   | Read..

India lose No.1 spot

India have lost the top spot in the ICC ODI team rankings as South Africa have moved up to be the new No.1-ranked ODI side in the world....   | Read..

Our focus is big on spin: Tom

New Zealand's Tom Latham, who scored a century in Thursday's practice match against Borad President's XI, said that the visitors are preparing themselves to face the Indian spinners in the upcoming......   | Read..

Pattinson bets on Cummins

Injuries have always troubled Australia pacer James Pattinson....   | Read..

Matthew gets a pat from Gilly

Adam Gilchrist wants only one wicketkeeper to play all the five Tests against England in the upcoming Ashes. The former Australia captain hopes that whoever the selectors chose would get to play al......   | Read..

Adaptation is key: Manoj

Accent will be on pace....   | Read..

Influence of Inzy uncle on Imam

Pakistan cricket's newest discovery Imam-ul Haq has some very large footsteps to follow in - those of his uncle, the great Inzamam-ul Haq....   | Read..

Brilliant Prannoy ousts Lee again

Indian shuttler HS Prannoy recorded his second successive win over three-time Olympic silver medallist Lee Chong Wei to storm into the quarter finals of the $750,000 Denmark Open Super Series Premi......   | Read..

No plans to kneel: Lewis

Formula One title favourite Lewis Hamilton said on Thursday he sympathised with athletes protesting racism in the United States but had no plans to kneel during the national anthem before Sunday's ......   | Read..

I-League meeting may see a debate

When the league committee of the All India Football Federation (AIFF) meets here, on Friday, several members could object to the idea of starting the I-League before the third week of Nov......   | Read..

Dmitry is in trouble

AS Monaco soccer club owner Dmitry Rybolovlev was put under investigation on Thursday over allegations of complicity in invasion of privacy linked to a dispute with an art dealer, the pri......   | Read..

Nasser is set to be quizzed on Oct. 25

Paris Saint-Germain president and beIN Media chief Nasser al-Khelaifi will be questioned by Swiss prosecutors on October 25 in a World Cup media rights probe, his lawyer revealed....   | Read..

Neymar pledges to help Kylian

Neymar says he wants to be helpful to his “buddy” Kylian Mbappe at Paris Saint-Germain, just as Lionel Messi assisted the Brazilian during his time at Barcelona....   | Read..

Chelsea & Roma play out a draw

Chelsea were grateful to Eden Hazard for grabbing a 3-3 draw in a Champions League thriller against Roma, while Manchester United, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich and Juventus all won....   | Read..

Fernando extends contract

Double world champion Fernando Alonso will stay with McLaren in 2018, the team said on Thursday in a long-expected announcement that finally ended one of the sagas of the Formula One season....   | Read..
With crowds topping 1 million, India set to become most-attended Fifa U-17