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India to start as favourites in Super-4

India to start as favourites in Super-4

All heavyweights will be in action in a bid to move in to the final of the Hero Asia Cup Hockey Championship when the ‘Super Four’ phase will…
BCB successfully overcomes
many challenges: Nazmul

BCB successfully overcomes many challenges: Nazmul

The last four-year stint in Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) led by Nazmul Hassan Papon was reverberated with different challenges from national and international…

SL eases ban on Gunathilaka before Pakistan tour

AFP, COLOMBO: Sri Lanka’s cricket board Tuesday halved a six-match ban imposed on all-rounder Danushka Gunathilaka for misconduct, amid speculation several players may drop out of an upcoming Twenty20 series final in Pakistan. The board's decision clears Gunathilaka to play in the three-match…
AHF honours BHF officials with Diploma of Merit

AHF honours BHF officials with Diploma of Merit

Asian Hockey Federation (AHF) honoured the Chief of Air Staff and President of Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) Air Chief Marshal Abu Esrar and BHF…

Khawaja criticises Aussie selection policy

AFP, SYDNEY: Usman Khawaja has taken a swipe at Australian selectors after being dropped for Tests this year in India and Bangladesh, saying chopping and changing created instability in the team. The 30-year-old batsman passed 50 in six consecutive Tests during the 2016-2017 home summer, but was largely…

Black Caps lose first warm-up

AFP, MUMBAI: New Zealand lost their opening warm-up match against the Indian Board President's XI by 30 runs in Mumbai on Tuesday, despite a gritty half-century from Tom Latham. The visitors faltered in their 296-run chase and were bowled out for 265. Number-nine batsman Colin de Grandhomme hit…

Waqar says ‘no’ to 4-day Tests

Pakistan great Waqar Younis is not open to the idea of reducing Test cricket to four days. Earlier this week, ICC granted official status to the Four-Day Boxing Day pink-ball Test to be played between South Africa and Zimbabwe. There has been positive response from most in the cricket fraternity, reports…
Babar, Shadab steer Pakistan to win

Babar, Shadab steer Pakistan to win

AFP, ABU DHABI: Babar Azam scored a second successive hundred while Shadab Khan gave his career best bowling and batting to help Pakistan thump Sri Lanka…

Italy among play-off hopefuls waiting to learn WC fate

AFP, LONDON: Italy will learn their World Cup play-off fate on Tuesday as the four-time winners join seven other European countries in the draw for the decisive two-legged ties. Gian Piero Ventura's side have been forced to take their chances in the treacherous play-offs after finishing second in…

Chelsea’s Hazard aims to seize spotlight

AFP, LONDON: Frustrated by his past failures, Chelsea star Eden Hazard has been urged to finally stamp his mark on the Champions League. While Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Neymar have cemented their legendary status with headline-stealing performances in Europe's elite club competition, Hazard…

Police renew Ben Stokes incident witness appeal

AFP, LONDON: English police have called again for two men who they believe are key witnesses to the incident that has placed talismanic England all-rounder Ben Stokes's place on the Ashes tour in jeopardy to come forward. The police had already appealed a fortnight ago for the duo to assist them…
Sterling never considered Arsenal move

Sterling never considered Arsenal move

AFP, MANCHESTER: Raheem Sterling said on Monday he sees his long-term future at Premier League leaders Manchester City and has no interest in a move to…
Mahrez snatches draw 
for struggling Leicester

Mahrez snatches draw for struggling Leicester

AFP, LEICESTER: Riyad Mahrez's first Premier League goal of the season secured Leicester a 1-1 draw with West Brom on Monday but it was not enough…

BCCI slammed over Kumble birthday post

AFP, NEW DELHI: India's powerful cricket board hastily deleted a birthday message for record Test wicket-taker Anil Kumble Tuesday after irate fans took offence at the spinning great being described simply as a “former bowler”. The row follows Kumble's acrimonious departure as national…

Zaccheroni named UAE coach

AFP, DUBAI: Italian Alberto Zaccheroni was Monday named coach of the United Arab Emirates football team, the Gulf state's federation announced. “The Emirati football federation has named the Italian coach Alberto Zaccheroni to lead our national team,” it said in a tweet. According to…
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