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  • Wanted to stop Rahane from sweeping and it worked: Lyon

    Dharamsala : Terming it an “unbelievable feeling” to keep the deciding Test match open after two days, Australia off-spinner Nathan Lyon revealed how stopping Ajinkya Rahane from playing the sweep shot helped him dismiss the India captain on Sunday.

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    It was horrible execution of a pull shot, says Rahul

    Dharamsala : Calling his execution of the pull shot against Pat Cummins “horrible”, India opener Lokesh Rahul termed the morning spell bowled by the Australian pacers as the “toughest” he has faced in his nascent Test career.

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    NZ trail by 247 runs vs SA in 3rd Test

    Hamilton : Quinton de Kock batted through the pain of a damaged finger to bolster South Africa with a defiant 90 as the deciding Test against New Zealand was evenly poised at the end of day three in Hamilton on Sunday.

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    See myself competing for batsman’s slot in Team India: Dinesh Karthik

    Kolkata : Wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik, who has consistently been amongst the runs in the domestic circuit, is now eyeing a batsman’s slot in the national team, knowing all too well that it was far from easy to displace Wriddhiman Saha and Mahendra Singh Dhoni from their respective positions in Tests and limited overs cricket.

  • Shane Warne impressed with ‘student’ Kuldeep Yadav

    New Delhi : After his heroics in his debut Test against Australia, spinner Kuldeep Yadav had revealed that he received some tips from Shane Warne that helped him dismantle the guests in Dharamsala, and now the king of spin has responded saying that he was happy to help any young spinner from any country.

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    Brazil can get better, says Coutinho

    Sao Paulo : Midfielder Philippe Coutinho has insisted that the Brazilian football team still has scope for improvement despite winning seven straight matches since the appointment of coach Tite.

  • FIFA satisfied with Guwahati stadium for U-17 World Cup

    Guwahati : A delegation of the world football governing body FIFA, accompanied by members of the Local Organising Committee (LOC), on Sunday visited the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium here to assess the preparedness of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup venue.

  • Ferrari’s Vettel wins Australian Grand Prix

    Melbourne : Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel stormed to victory ahead of the UK’s Lewis Hamilton and Finland’s Valtteri Bottas at the Australian Grand Prix here on Sunday, giving the Italian team a second victory in 18 months.