India’s Hardik Pandya celebrates taking the wicket of Pakistan’s Shoaib Malik during their World Cup match on Sunday. Reuters
Rain leads the World Cup Cricket points table with eight points – that’s if we’re permitted to discard the stiff upper lip in Her Majesty’s Great Britain and smile away the cloudy blues. In fact, we should not sulk but sportingly give the rain gods credit for the bashing they are inflicting on some of the top-notch
It’s every captain’s dream to win the World Cup. Going into this World Cup, Kohli not only has a fine team at his disposal but the cricketing world also believes that Team India can lift the coveted trophy for the third time (“Kohli aims to emulate India’s 2011 feat at World Cup,” May 27, Gulf Today).
Waqar shares a meaningful note to define the sportsmanship of the champions after India suffered their first defeat of this World Cup against the hosts
Cardiff: Riding on a brilliant century by KL Rahul and a dominant 113 by old warhorse MS Dhoni India defeat Bangladesh by 95 runs in their final World Cup warm-up match in Cardiff on Tuesday. Batting first, the Indians finished on 359/7 in their 50 overs while chasing Bangladesh could manage only 264.
Ireland’s Shane Lowry shot a four under par 67 to claim a share of the lead at the British Open on eight under as 15-time major winner Tiger Woods and pre-tournament favourite Rory McIlroy missed the cut on Friday. Irishman McIlroy came up with a gallant effort, carding 6 under 65 for the round to end
NEW DELHI: The move by the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) asking the India captain and coach to decide on travel schedule of the WAGs (wives and girlfriends) has not just taken the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) officials by surprise, but also former Chief Justice
Manny Pacquiao will attempt to defy the march of time in Las Vegas on Saturday when he battles undefeated American Keith Thurman for the WBA welterweight crown — twenty-four years after first climbing into a professional boxing ring. The 40-year-old Filipino icon clashes with Thurman at the MGM
Pau: Julian Alapahilippe won the 27.2km individual time-trial at Pau on stage 13 to extend his overall lead on Friday at the Tour de France and keep the yellow jersey. Defending champion Geraint Thomas followed in second place while his Ineos co-captain Egan Bernal dropped down the overall standings and lost