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Weather made it hard for the bowlers, says Kohli

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Kohli praised South African batsmen for constructing their chase well.

Real survives Leganes scare


Moves to the third spot

Advani helps ONGC to a double


Shows his class, getting the better of a persevering Rawat

Bopanna and partner in semifinals


Rohan Bopanna and Edouard Roger-Vasselin of France beat Jamie Cerretani and Adil Shamasdin 3-6, 7-6(3), [10-4] to make the doubles semifinals of the Open 13 Provenance tournament on Wednesday.

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Golan’s strike silences NEUFC

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Sambinha headed in the second goal for the visitors, who remain 10th on the league table after 17 matches.

No stopping Karnataka men


Match against unbeaten Delhi will decide the group winner

Jithin Paul suspended


In a first of its kind instance in India, the National Anti-Doping Agency disciplinary panel has handed a four-year suspension to quartermiler Jithin Paul for the “possession” of a banned substance


A crucial game for India


Return of Amjyot and Amritpa should augur well

Mary Kom, Sarita in semis


India assured of six medals, all in the women’s category

Ancy sprints to a double


Beats Manisha and Jyothika in 100 and 200m

‘Lower-order batting and spin bowling need improvement’


Mithali spoke to bcci.tv about India’s chances at the T20 World Cup, where the women’s team has had a dismal record.

Ex-players taking up team management are better equipped, says Vidic


Jose Mourinho is the latest manager in the hot seat, struggling to live up to United’s reputation of winning major tournaments.

Super de Gea shuts out Sevilla


Shakhtar fights back to win against Roma at home


Blasters hope to continue amazing run


A fruitful outing will ensure a semifinal berth for former winner Chennaiyin FC

‘Waiting for chances works on your mind’

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Indian batsman Manish Pandey says he has endured a tough time waiting for his sporadic chances, asserting that he has what it takes to be a regular pick in the star-studded middle order if given a


Kerala men start off in imperious fashion


Railway women make short work of West Bengal

Shaman obliges in feature event


Shaman (Trevor up) won the Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy Memorial Trophy, the feature event of the races held here on Thursday (Feb 22). The winner is owned by United Racing & Bloodstock Breeders Ltd &a

Vijay Hazare trophy: Andhra punishes dismal Delhi; Saurashtra gets past stubborn Baroda

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A resolute Andhra Pradesh handed out a resounding six-wicket drubbing to a listless Delhi and Saurashtra overcame a stubborn Baroda following a three-wicket verdict in the last two quarterfinals


US end 20-year hockey drought, Russian curler admits doping

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US’ hockey win snapped a 24-game Olympic winning streak for Canada, the four-time defending champions


Saina faces Tai Tzu test, Sindhu gets easy opener in All England

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Kidambi Srikanth would face Frenchman Brice Leverdez in the opening round of the BWF World Tour Super 1000 tournament slated for March 14-18.

Wednesday, Feb 21

Hazare Trophy: Karnataka and Maharashtra storm into the semifinals


Samarth and Mayank hit centuries against Hyderabad; Mumbai batsmen fail to get going

Things could have been handled better: Vijay


‘Felt let down that my commitment was questioned’

Double delight: Australia down New Zealand in T20 final, take No.1 ranking

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Australia leapfrogs Pakistan to become the world’s top-rates T20 team for the first time.

Yorkshire stint will help me prepare for England tour, says Pujara

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The 30-year-old cricketer, who has played 57 matches in the longest format, agreed that none of the top Test teams are travelling well.

Tuesday, Feb 20

Ruthless India must guard against complacency


Down 1-0, it’s now or never for South Africa as it takes on the visitors in the second T20I

Sardar to captain India at Azlan Shah


Bengaluru: After being left out of the national side for the HWL Final and the tour of New Zealand, Sardar Singh was on Tuesday named captain of the Indian hockey team for the 27th

India vs SA: India target series-clincher, South Africa look to survive

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Virat Kohli expected to be fit for the second T20 at Centurion

FA Cup: Wigan shock ten-man Manchester City

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Defeat ends Manchester City's hopes of an unprecedented quadruple

Monday, Feb 19

Team LeBron prevails in a thriller


Cavaliers star voted MVP in a game played with a rare competitive spirit

Managed short-pitched balls pretty well: Bhuvneshwar

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Bhuvneshwar talks about his effective ploy of bowling slower balls during his five-wicket haul in the first T20 against South Africa

Need to ‘look in the mirror’ and improve, says Duminy

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Duminy, however, defended his bowlers for targetting Indian batsmen with short balls, a strategy that didn’t quite work.

Battling for a slot is an opportunity, says Shreyas Iyer

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While he has had a successful ‘A’ tour of South Africa, travelling with the senior team has been a different experience for the talented right-hander

Sunday, Feb 18

Rotterdam Open: Federer finishes with a flourish


Swiss maestro dismisses Dimitrov with ease to win his 97th title

ISL: Late equaliser saves CFC’s blushes


Mohammed Rafi cancels out Wellington Priori’s strike

Dhawan and Bhuvneshwar power India to a 1-0 lead


The left-hander sets it up with a 72 before the seamer seals it with a five for 24

India to play around 30 ODIs in 2018-19 season


In an estimated 63 international games across formats

Saturday, Feb 17

Taking command, and how!


Kohli’s transition from captain to leader

Women eye unassailable lead


Harmanpreet & Co. are on the cusp of setting a rare benchmark for their male counterparts

I don’t feel like competing with anyone, says Kohli

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The skipper once again made it clear that public perceptions are least of his concerns as long as his team knows his worth.

Back on top, Federer becomes oldest ATP World No.1

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Roger Federer already holds the record of 302 weeks ranked number one.