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Tigers capable of playing better
 brand of cricket: Minhaj

Tigers capable of playing better brand of cricket: Minhaj

Minhajul Abedin Nannu, selection panel chairman of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is optimistic about the Tigers’ squad and stating that he…
Mithun wants to contribute
along with senior members

Mithun wants to contribute along with senior members

The way Bangladesh have been performing for the last four years especially in one-day cricket, Mohammad Mithun like other players believes that if they…
Coach Jamie confident of doing good in Saff

Coach Jamie confident of doing good in Saff

“All I can say is that boys have done reasonably well against higher-ranked sides at Asiad and hopefully we can repeat that performance and we can…
China’s divers sweep successive 1-2

China’s divers sweep successive 1-2

AFP, JAKARTA: China's divers secured their 12th successive one-two in the women's three metre springboard and the men's 10 metre platform…

Pakistan’s initial target is to reach knockout phase

Pakistan football, who were suspended by FIFA for about seven months in 2017, came here with the initial target to cross the group phase hurdle in the SAFF Championship due to kick off from tomorrow. Pakistan, since their suspension could play but only three official matches  in the Asian Games…

Cremer ruled out of Bangladesh, SA tours due to surgery

Graeme Cremer, the former Zimbabwe captain, will miss the forthcoming tours of South Africa and Bangladesh after undergoing a knee surgery, Zimbabwe Cricket announced on Sunday, reports Cricbuzz.. Cremer, who was sacked as Zimbabwe's captain after they failed to qualify for the World Cup, has been…

Japan clinch Asian men’s hockey gold for first time

History was made on Saturday as the Japan men's hockey team won their first-ever Asian Games gold medal after beating Malaysia, reports New Nation. The Speedy Tigers, who were leading 5-2 at one point, lost on penalties after drawing 6-6 in regular time at the GBK Hockey Field in Jakarta, Indonesia.…
Benzema scores freely for Real

Benzema scores freely for Real

AFP, MADRID: Karim Benzema scored twice and Gareth Bale notched another for Real Madrid in a 4-1 thrashing of Leganes on Saturday Atletico Madrid crashed…
Ronaldo draws another blank

Ronaldo draws another blank

AFP, MILAN: Cristiano Ronaldo drew another blank in his bid to score his first Serie A goal for Juventus but the Italian champions kept their winning…

Sane hasn’t let me down insists Guardiola

AFP, MANCHESTER: Pep Guardiola insists he remains happy with Leroy Sane’s attitude despite leaving the forward out of his Manchester City squad for Saturday’s 2-1 victory over Newcastle. Sane has endured a testing few months since winning the PFA Young Player of the Year award in April,…
Asian gold spares Son from military duty

Asian gold spares Son from military duty

AFP, JAKARTA: Son Heung-min will rejoin his Tottenham Hotspur team-mates next week buzzing after his emotional rollercoaster ride at the Asian Games in…
PSG beat Nimes

PSG beat Nimes

AFP, PARIS: Kylian Mbappe scored the decisive goal but was later sent off as Paris Saint-Germain survived a major scare, and the concession of a VAR-awarded…

Liverpool, Chelsea remain perfect

AFP, LONDON: Liverpool and Chelsea maintained their perfect Premier League starts after four games on Saturday as champions Manchester City edged past Newcastle to remain two points behind the early leaders. A huge error from £65 million ($84 million) goalkeeper Alisson Becker threatened to halt…
Unilever accords reception to BAF Shaheen College

Unilever accords reception to BAF Shaheen College

Unilever’s hair care brand Clear Men accorded a reception to BAF Shaheen College, the runners-up of Clear Men Under-17 Football Tournament. The…
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