Friday 26th February 2021

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    • India vs Sri Lanka, 2nd ODI: Rohit Sharma’s double hundred makes it 1-1 rohit bcci india cricket with srilanka

      New Delhi: Rohit Sharma’s record third ODI double hundred pushed Sri Lanka out of the contest in the second match of the series on Sunday in Mohali, where Angelo Mathews’s century only delayed the inevitable before India registered a mammoth 141-run win to level the three-match series 1-1. After being put in to bat, India scored a mammoth 392/4, thanks to captain Rohit’s 208 not out, that deflated the Lankans who were buoyed after their big win in the first ODI in Dharamsala. It was also India’s 100th total of 300 or more in ODI cricket, making them the first...

    • India vs Sri Lanka: Washington Sundar replaces injured Kedar Jadhav in ODI squad

      New Delhi: India suffered a huge blow on the eve of Sunday’s ODI series opener against Sri Lanka in Dharamsala. Bowling all-rounder Kedar Jadhav, who has established himself as a regular member of the side, suffered a hamstring injury during training. Jadhav, 32, has been replaced by Washington Sundar. The Tamil Nadu teenager earned his maiden international call-up earlier this week, when he was named in the T20I squad for the upcoming three-match series against Lanka. Jadhav was expected to feature prominently in the Indian batting line-up, and probably in the number four. But in the absence of regular skipper Virat...

    • English Premier League Watford 2-4 Manchester United watford vs manchester united epl

      Manchester United “should have been smoking cigars” in their Premier League victory over Watford, manager Jose Mourinho said. United were leading 3-0 until the 77th minute when Watford netted twice in quick succession to set up a tense finish. But Jesse Lingard scored a stunning fourth for the visitors, picking the ball up inside his own half and driving forward into the box to settle the match. Ashley Young scored twice against his old club, drilling in a precise finish from the edge of the box, before curling in a stunning 25-yard free-kick six minutes later and Anthony Martial...

    • Everton 1 -5 Atlanta in European League everton-vs-atlanta-football-european-league

      Everton were thrashed 5-1 by Atalanta in the Europa League at a less-than-half-full Goodison Park. The Toffees had already been eliminated before the game but caretaker manager David Unsworth selected a strong side featuring Wayne Rooney, Kevin Mirallas and Ashley Williams. The Italian visitors went ahead after 12 minutes, midfielder Bryan Cristante converting from close range after Ashley Williams’ weak clearance. With just 17,431 people watching, Everton goalkeeper Joel Robles saved Alejandro Gomez’s penalty and follow-up early in the second half but Atalanta doubled their lead through Cristante’s second. Sandro Ramirez scored his first goal for the Toffees to...

    • Sevilla 3-3 Liverpool in European Foodball League sevilla-3-3-liverpool-22-november

      Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said he has no problem with the mentality of his players after Sevilla fought back from 3-0 down at half-time to take a point from a dramatic Champions League game. The Reds looked to be coasting into the knockout stage for the first time since 2009 as two goals from Roberto Firmino and one from Sadio Mane put them in total control. Yet after Alberto Moreno needlessly conceded a free-kick against his former club, Wissam Ben Yedder’s header made it 3-1. Moreno then conceded a penalty by clipping Ben Yedder, and the French striker scored...

    • ‘Best football in Premier League history’ – pundits praise Man City football-premier league

      “They are playing some of the best football ever played in the history of the Premier League. I think we’re looking at another invincible team this season.” BBC pundit Garth Crooks was just one of those who lavished praise on Manchester City this weekend after they brushed aside Leicester 2-0 to give them a 16th consecutive win and the joint-best start to a Premier League season. Afterwards, Leicester boss Claude Puel called City “the best team in Europe”. Pep Guardiola’s team have 34 points from their 12 games, matching their achievement at the start of the 2011-12 title-winning season...

    • Jonathan Davies: Injured Wales centre out for six months

      Wales centre Jonathan Davies is set to miss the 2018 Six Nations after being ruled out for “in the region of six months” with a foot injury. The 29-year-old British and Irish Lions back was injured in the closing stages of Saturday’s 29-21 loss to Australia. Scarlets’ Davies needs surgery and may miss the rest of the season. “He’s a massive loss there’s no doubt about that,” said Wales defence coach Shaun Edwards who added they are “incredibly upset” for Davies. “His are big shoes to fill and we have a lot of work to do over the next...

    • FIFA Under17 WC S/F: City ‘evicts’ England in Brazil affair

      25 October KOLKATA (India)-Till just the other day things were so simple for England. A wonderfully trained team, an all-win record in the U-17 World Cup here, they had played their matches in a Kolkata which, mirroring its newfound, current-day love for English football, was embracing them with warm, open arms. It was all fine, even their semifinal against old foes, Brazil in Guwahati was to only be part of the process that Steve Cooper’s young team had been working on. Then, suddenly, the game was shifted to Kolkata. They say you shouldn’t look a gift horse in the...

    • Sindhu loses in Denmark Open, Saina Nehwal wins as Indians have mixed day

      19 October Denmark-PV Sindhu went down to China’s Chen Yufei in the first round of the Denmark Open. Saina Nehwal knocked out Olympic champion Carolina Marin. Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy won their respective matches. PV Sindhu, first Indian badminton player to win an Olympic silver medal, lost to China’s Chen Yufei in first round of Denmark Open India had a bitter sweet day at Denmark Open as Saina Nehwal knocked out Olympic champion Carolina Marin of Spain but title-contender P V Sindhu suffered a straight game loss against China’s Chen Yufei to crash out of the opening round,...

    • Asia Cup hockey: India beat Malaysia to end decade long wait, clinch 3rd title

      23 October India today ended their 10-year wait for continental triumph when they beat a gutsy Malaysia 2-1 in a nail-biting final to clinch their third Asia Cup hockey title, here yesdeerday India, who won the Asia Cup last time in 2007 in Chennai, scored from field efforts through Ramandeep Singh (3rd minute) and Lalit Upadhyay (29th) to dash Malaysian hopes. Malaysia were in summit clash for the first time since tournament’s inception. The ever-improving Malaysians, however, fought valiantly and didn’t give up for a single minute. Their efforts bore fruit in the 50th minute when Shahril Saabah pulled...