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Thursday, February 22, 2018
 

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David Warner is over the moon

First published on 22-Feb-2018
David Warner was only captaining the Australia side in the trans-Tasman T20I tri-series final because Steve Smith was absent. Yet, as a stand-in captain, Warner has done a fabulous job....   | Read..
 

Proteas deserved to win, says Kohli

First published on 22-Feb-2018
The target was not easy, but the South Africans stepped up to the job and registered a six-wicket win over India in the second T20I of the series, in Centurion, on Wednesday. The three-match series......   | Read..
 

JP Duminy leads from the front

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Unheralded Heinrich Klaasen played a blinder of an innings, while captain JP Duminy led from the front with an unbeaten half-century to hand South Africa a series-levelling six-wicket win in the se......   | Read..
 

Rakitic hails Messi after precious goal

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Barcelona's Lionel Messi had to wait 12 years and endure a goal drought of eight games against Chelsea but he finally broke his duck in Tuesday's 1-1 Champions League last 16, first leg draw....   | Read..
 

Coach's pat for Mueller

First published on 22-Feb-2018
After flirting with the substitutes' bench under Carlo Ancelotti, Bayern Munich forward Thomas Mueller is back to his ungainly and hugely effective best as Besiktas discovered on Tuesday....   | Read..
 

Bengal to start vs Manipur

First published on 22-Feb-2018
The city will be playing host to the main round of this season's Santosh Trophy from March 19, with the matches mostly likely to be held at the Mohun Bagan ground and the Howrah Stadium....   | Read..
 

Mehuli's TOP trouble

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Despite being selected for the Commonwealth Games in April, shooter Mehuli Ghosh is yet to be inducted in the sports ministry's Target Olympic Podium (TOP) scheme, causing considerable financial co......   | Read..
 

Thomas & Thomas in shirt swap

First published on 22-Feb-2018
There was a shirt swap with an Olympic twist after Bayern Munich's 5-0 thrashing of Besiktas when Thomas Mueller met Germany's alpine skiing star Thomas Dressen....   | Read..
 

Renee shines

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Top seed Renee Singh reached both the girls' U-14 and U-16 categories' semi-finals of the Sunfeast AITA Super Series Junior Tennis Tournament, on Wednesday....   | Read..
 

Intriguing choice of breakfast

First published on 22-Feb-2018
North Korea's women hockey players are not averse to enjoying a McDonald's fast-food breakfast, according to their South Korean teammates. The North Koreans are part of a unified Korean team playin......   | Read..
 

Agar & Short shine in rain-marred final

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Australia claimed the trans-Tasman T20 tri-series after Glenn Maxwell and Aaron Finch helped secure a 19-run win against New Zealand under the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method in the rain-affected fina......   | Read..
 

Pujara and Test plans

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Come April when the country's top cricketers crisscross the nation for IPL, Test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara will be starting his "homework" for India's 'English test'....   | Read..
 

Another injury for Chris Lynn

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Australia opener Chris Lynn has again got injured and more unfortunately, it again concerns his shoulder....   | Read..
 

Mayank's century

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Mayank Agarwal's dream run in domestic cricket continued as his power-packed 140 off only 111 balls was the cornerstone in Karnataka's crushing 103-run victory over Hyderabad in a quarter final mat......   | Read..
 

Pakistan stay No.1 in T20Is

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Australia's undefeated run in the trans-Tasman T20I series helped them draw level with Pakistan at the top of the ICC T20I rankings. However, Pakistan remain the No.1 team, ahead on decimal points....   | Read..
 

Sairaj likely for Royals

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Bengal coach Sairaj Bahutule is likely to join the Rajasthan Royals support staff along with former Mumbai captain Amol Muzumdar for this year's IPL....   | Read..
 

Rain plays spoilsport

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Rain forced the fourth T20I between India women and South Africa women to be called off at Centurion, on Wednesday. With the visitors leading the five-match series 2-1, South Africa need to win the......   | Read..
 

Chance for India to seal series

First published on 21-Feb-2018
India have been a completely different outfit since winning the Johannesburg Test. Besides winning the ODI series, they have already established their dominance in the ongoing T20I series....   | Read..
 

Faf & AB may play first Test

First published on 21-Feb-2018
Faf du Plessis, AB de Villiers and Quinton de Kock are expected to be fit for the start of South Africa's Test series against Australia from March 1, but doubts remain on whether Temba Bavuma will ......   | Read..
 

'Bizarre' tactics likely for final

First published on 21-Feb-2018
Australia's stand-in T20 captain David Warner concedes he might have to employ some "bizarre" tactics in a bid to prevent another six-hitting bonanza in the final of the T20 tri-series at......   | Read..