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Sport


1 hour 17 minute

Sancho airs ‘big ambitions’ after netting for Borussia Dortmund

Jadon Sancho admits he has “big ambitions” at Borussia Dortmund after seeing his fairytale run continue with a goal against Stuttgart. The 18-year-old is living the dream at present, with everything he touches turning to gold. An impressive opening to the 2018-19 Bundesliga campaign saw him deliver six assists across a seven-game run which included only one start. Editors' Picks Down, but not out: Under-fire Lopetegui to keep Madrid job until Clasico...for now Salah's back! Klopp indebted to international break for restoring Liverpool ace's confidence Mourinho goes crazy as Chelsea coach Ianni appears to celebrate Barkley goal in his face...
1 hour 33 minute

'The best is yet to come!': Reiss Nelson making his mark in the Bundesliga

The Brexit negotiations may be dragging on with little sign of an agreement in sight, but the uncertainty hasn't stopped some of Britain's best young footballing talent from taking the plunge and moving to Germany. And after Oliver Burke's time with Red Bull in Leipzig didn't work out and Reece Oxford's loan spell with Borussia Mönchengladbach came to an end, two more British teenagers are enjoying life on the continent this season. Jadon Sancho has captured the headlines since turning his back on Pep Guardiola and Manchester City to join Borussia Dortmund, and his third-minute strike against Stuttgart on Saturday...
1 hour 37 minute

Down, but not out: Under-fire Lopetegui to keep Madrid job until Clasico...for now

Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui is hanging on by a thread at the Santiago Bernabeu, but he is likely to get one more chance to prove he is the right man for the job in next week's Clasico showdown. Madrid continue mired in a slump the likes of which fans had not seen since before Zinedine Zidane's glorious reign. Even the international week had been a welcome sight to the club, giving Lopetegui and his charges breathing space after going down to Alaves. Levante, however, blew recovery plans out of the water with a 2-1 victory in the Spanish capital...

1 hour 39 minute

Salah's back! Klopp indebted to international break for restoring Liverpool ace's confidence

Jurgen Klopp was agitated throughout. If he wasn’t fidgeting at his red cap, he was screaming at his own players until he was red in the face. You could tell that Klopp was worried about Huddersfield here, just a couple of days after he’d got his players back from international duty. That they went away in the first place irked him. Liverpool are a multicultural team and some of his first-team players went as far as Saudi Arabia, Rwanda, Senegal. He knew it was coming up and a couple of weeks ago couldn’t resist describing the UEFA Nations League as...
1 hour 41 minute

Luka Jovic reminds Eintracht Frankfurt of his quality and potential

Frankfurt head coach Adi Hütter held a hand on his head. It was like watching Pep Guardiola when Robert Lewandowski scored five goals for Bayern Munich back in 2015. It might not have been in nine minutes, but it was equally unbelievable. Luka Jovic scoring five goals in one game is remarkable, but it wasn't just the number of times the Serb found the back of the net for Frankfurt on Friday night but also the manner that made it so special. Jovic's first was an acrobatic volley that saw the 20-year-old twist his body enough in mid-air to strike...
1 hour 42 minute

Balkh Legends majestically march into APL final

The other night, T20 journeyman Chris Gayle had said that young batsman Darwish Rasooli had caught his eye. And the 18-year-old batsman followed in the great West Indian's footsteps as the Balk Legends majestically marched into the final of the Gulbahar Afghanistan Premier League (APL). Rasooli lit up the Sharjah Cricket Stadium late on Friday night as the Balkh Legends strode to a massive 171-run over the Nangarhar Leopards. Rasooli's blitz, a 45-ball 78, was the cornerstone of the Legends' victory, but like they say, it was a superlative team effort from them. The vaunted batting line-up clicked and they...

1 hour 43 minute

Talent on display in APL impresses Prasad

Former Indian medium pacer Venkatesh Prasad said that he was quite impressed with many of the bowlers and the talent on display in the Afghanistan Premier League (APL) and added that the country will become a force in the next three or five years. Prasad, who played 33 Tests and 161 ODIs for India, coached the Nangarhar Leopards during the APL. The 49-year-old was also India's bowling coach and has also had stints in the IPL. "Naveen (ul-Haq) is somebody who kept on improving from game to game. Otherwise too, there have been some wonderful bowlers," said Prasad. "What I...
1 hour 46 minute

Roma falls to surprise 2-0 defeat to 10-man Spal

Roma fell to a surprise 2-0 defeat at home Saturday to 10-man Spal, which won at the Stadio Olimpico for the first time in Serie A in 53 years. Roma had gone into the international break with four straight wins in all competitions while Spal had lost its last four games. However, the visitors took the lead shortly before halftime when Andrea Petagna converted a penalty after Manuel Lazzari was fouled by Luca Pellegrini. Spal doubled its advantage 11 minutes after the break as Kevin Bonifazi headed in a corner at the near post. Spal goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic - the...
1 hour 48 minute

Maurizio Sarri admits Chelsea in wrong while José Mourinho accepts apology

Maurizio Sarri apologised to and admitted Chelsea were in the wrong after one of his coaches sparked a furious touchline row with José Mourinho. Mourinho leapt from his seat on United’s bench to confront Marco Ianni after Sarri’s assistant coach celebrated by pumping his fists in front of the away dugout at Stamford Bridge. The dispute spiralled into the tunnel, forcing stewards to intervene, and led to heated exchanges between members of both benches. It was a while before Mike Dean, the referee, was able to restore order. Once the dust had settled, however, Sarri was quick to accept the...

1 hour 49 minute

Football: Man City go top after crushing Burnley

MANCHESTER, England: Champions Manchester City took over sole control at the top of the Premier League table with an easy 5-0 win over Burnley, earning them a seventh win from their opening nine games."The goals were so outstanding, beautiful, beautiful goals and three more points," said a delighted City manager Pep Guardiola.City scored a record 106 goals on their way to the title last season and they are scoring at a more prolific rate this season, with 26 goals from nine games.Unbeaten City took the lead in the 17th minute when Sergio Aguero slotted home from close range after clever...
1 hour 50 minute

Pressure Mounts On Julen Lopetegui As Levante Beat Real Madrid

Real Madrid failed to ease the pressure on coach Julen Lopetegui and instead set the record for the longest goal-drought in the club's history during a surprise 2-1 defeat by Levante on Saturday.  A defeat means Real Madrid have now gone five games without a victory and by the time Marcelo gave them hope of a comeback at the Santiago Bernabeu, they had gone 481 minutes without a goal too. The club's previous worst run had been 464 minutes, in 1985. For a team that prides itself on flair and flamboyance, it is a streak that reflects just as badly...
1 hour 50 minute

Watch: Jose Mourinho Gets Into Touchline Brawl With Chelsea Backroom Staff

Jose Mourinho lost his cool at a Chelsea backroom staff who ran past the Manchester United manager to celebrate The Blues' stunning equaliser during the injury time of the top-billing Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge. The incident took place in the 96th minute of the game when Ross Barkley scored to help the London club maintain an unbeaten run. The match between the two Premier League giants eventually ended in a 2-2 draw with Antonio Rudiger scoring the first goal for the home side while Anthony Martial (55th, 73rd minutes) scored a brace for the away side.Soon after the...