• Manoj Tiwary calls Rashid Latif donkey
Manoj Tiwary calls Rashid Latif donkey

Gentlemen's cricket has taken a ugly turn when Sehwag pinching tweet,"Pote ke baad Bete". Koi baat nahi Beta, Well tried! Sehwag, who is known for not holding himself back, chose to respond in a calm manner. "After thinking for long I figured out that all he wants is his 60 seconds of fame - something which he doesn't get nowadays". He used offen...

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  • Matt Murray remains Penguins starter for Game 5
Matt Murray remains Penguins starter for Game 5

But the Penguins lost, both Games 3 and 4, because they were generally speaking, a awful team. Because we play in the final, you know? All five games of the series have been won by the home team with Game 6 ahead in Nashville on Sunday night.

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  • Adoring Madrid fans demand Ballon d'Or for hero Ronaldo
Adoring Madrid fans demand Ballon d'Or for hero Ronaldo

Back on the Cardiff turf where he won the first major silverware of his astonishing career, Cristiano Ronaldo cemented his legacy as one of the game's all-time greats with a decisive brace in Real Madrid's 4-1 victory over Juventus in the Champions League final .

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  • Virat Kohli talks about Anushka Sharma's lucky presence
Virat Kohli talks about Anushka Sharma's lucky presence

Ever since they started making public appearances, fans can't stop gushing about their favourite couple. Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have stood by each other and gone through several ups and downs. During a recent interview, Virat Kohli voluntarily shared about a candid moment he had with Anushka Sharma during one of his matches and you ca...

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  • Andy Murray 'fired up' by 'strange' time violation at French Open
Andy Murray 'fired up' by 'strange' time violation at French Open

Open quarterfinals in September. Meanwhile, torrential rain halted women's quarter-final action at the French Open yesterday. Murray has two Wimbledon titles and one at the US Open in 2012. Not easy. Long matches. Wawrinka is going to be tough to beat as long as he keeps his unforced errors below 30, which he's done three times this tourname...

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  • Rain helps Pakistan edge Proteas in Champions Trophy
Rain helps Pakistan edge Proteas in Champions Trophy

The reason for the same was revealed by the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Twitter handle, which confirmed it was team's away kit as the Proteas played this game as away team. The top order batsmen, despite getting starts, failed to capitalise on them except David Miller who stayed till the end scoring 75 runs from 104 balls.

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  • Penguins beat Nashville to take home Stanley Cup
Penguins beat Nashville to take home Stanley Cup

This Penguins team was far less consistent than last year's Cup Champ in their dominance, but they most definitely found ways to claw out victories.and worked hard to get their bounces and breaks.Many questions remain moving forward, and we will get to them starting tomorrow, but for now there can be no mistake who the best team in the National H...

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  • Nadal romps into 11th French Open quarters
Nadal romps into 11th French Open quarters

Whether Nadal will be so generous in the quarter-finals is extremely unlikely as he continues to obliterate his opposition. The nine-times champion beat fellow Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut to reach the last eight but was twice warned by umpire Carlos Ramos for slow play, before being docked a serve after beaching the mandated 25-second limit ...

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  • Sainz receives grid penalty for GP crash
Sainz receives grid penalty for GP crash

The stewards agreed with Grosjean, issuing Sainz with a penalty for the next event. Sainz argued that Grosjean was in his blind spot and had no idea the Haas vehicle was there. "I have to say I never saw the auto there, it's simply a dead angle in my mirrors so I never knew he was there". If I had realized I was there, of course I would've been m...

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  • Kohli says brutal honesty inspired win over the Proteas
Kohli says brutal honesty inspired win over the Proteas

India will play against Bangladesh in the Champions Trophy on June 15. South Africa skipper AB de Villiers on Sunday blamed soft dismissals for their eight wickets loss to India in the Champions Trophy cricket tournament here. Confirmed playing XI : Pakistan: Azhar Ali, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez , Shoaib Malik, Sarfraz Ah...

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  • Liverpool in last-minute race to sign £40m midfielder
Liverpool in last-minute race to sign £40m midfielder

Oxlade-Chamberlain has just 12 months remaining on his current deal at the Emirates Stadium, but has yet to pen a new one, leading to suggestions he could be on the move. However, the Gunners did end the campaign on a high by beating Chelsea in the FA Cup final last month. With a deal for Naby Keita looking uncertain due to RB Leipzig's unwilling...

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  • Artemis man overboard gives Team NZ the lead
Artemis man overboard gives Team NZ the lead

In the other semi-final encounter, Sweden's Artemis Racing also managed to keep themselves in the contest, beating SoftBank Team Japan three times in a row to bring the score to 4-3. Medallists pose during the 49er class sailing medal race victory ceremony at the London 2012 Olympic Games in Weymouth and Portland, southern England August 8,...

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  • Lewis Hamilton wins in Canada for sixth time
Lewis Hamilton wins in Canada for sixth time

For the first time this year, Vettel was nowhere to be seen among the top three, after front-wing damage dropped him to 18th and led to a torrid afternoon in which he climbed admirably back to finish fourth. "I will always remember it", he said. In Montreal he did just that, securing his 65th pole to match the record of his idol. The start was ...

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  • Newcastle keeper Woodman becomes England hero and U20 WC Golden Glove victor
Newcastle keeper Woodman becomes England hero and U20 WC Golden Glove victor

Dominic Calvert Lewin began the celebrations when he fired England Under-20 past Venezuela in South Korea. So, unsurprisingly, victorious Under-20 manager Paul Simpson was cagey about predicting too bright a future for his starlets. England's forward Dominic Solanke (#10) celebrates his goal with teammates during the U-20 World Cup semi-final f...

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  • Lions silence critics after defeating Crusaders
Lions silence critics after defeating Crusaders

There was some praise for how the Lions improved against the Crusaders , but the majority of the post-match focus in the New Zealand media has been on Raynal and refereeing. "I wouldn't say that we were off track, I'd say we are just keeping our momentum going". One of the issues is the differences in scrummaging interpretations between the No...

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  • The Cavaliers Are Beating the Warriors (but Only When LeBron James Plays)
The Cavaliers Are Beating the Warriors (but Only When LeBron James Plays)

But there's only so much you can do against certain guys. No other team was able to top 8 percent. Irving cited nerves and an overall hesitancy. "Well, they booed me, and they thought that I had a tech that I didn't have, so that wasn't sharp", Green said.

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  • Ostapenko believes 'anything is possible' after French Open win
Ostapenko believes 'anything is possible' after French Open win

Halep, a 25-year-old from Romania, was the 2014 French Open runner-up and would have moved up to No. 1 in the WTA rankings if she had won Saturday. Like Sharapova, Ostapenko is a powerful and fearless hitter from the baseline, addicted to risk and capable of producing winners and unforced errors in flurries.

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  • Microsoft Xbox One X: Launch date, price and features revealed
Microsoft Xbox One X: Launch date, price and features revealed

The Xbox One X, previously known as Project Scorpio , it was first announced at the same event a year ago. The newest titles ranged included the open-world multiplayer RPG 'Anthem , ' the flashy racer 'Forza Motorsport 7 , ' and the latest Assassin's Creed game set in ancient Egypt: 'Assassin's Creed: Origins '.

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  • Lewis Hamilton WINS Canadian Grand Prix in a Mercedes One-Two - Vettel 4th
Lewis Hamilton WINS Canadian Grand Prix in a Mercedes One-Two - Vettel 4th

Speechless. I know that Ayrton was for many of you your favourite driver, and he was the same for me", a moved Hamilton said. Hamilton led every lap from pole, setting the fastest lap late in the race , finishing ahead of Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes claimed its first 1-2 finish of 2017.

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  • England beat Venezuela for Federation Internationale de Football Association title
England beat Venezuela for Federation Internationale de Football Association title

Ronaldo Lucena's swerving free kick from more than 30 meters out swerved and beat a surprised Woodman, but bounced off the post. Calvert-Lewin saw his header saved by Farinez in the 32nd, but was able to find the back of the net two minutes later.

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