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Juventus beaten at Atletico to leave Ronaldo on brink of Champions League exit - Dotemirates
21/02/2019

Juventus beaten at Atletico to leave Ronaldo on brink of Champions League exit

(CNN)Cristiano Ronaldo was supposed to be the final piece in the Juventus Champions League winning jigsaw.For so long, Juventus has dominated in Italy, winning seven successive league titles with an eighth almost inevitable.Follow @cnnsport But it is the Champions League crown that it craves. Ronaldo was supposed to be the man to deliver for a club that has lost out twice in the final in the past four years. When Juventus turned to Ronaldo, a five-time winner, chasing a record-equaling sixth Champions League title, it was to inspire the team on nights like Wednesday.Liverpool held by Bayern as fans protest...


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21/05/2019

Bangladesh World Cup guide: gameplan, key player and prediction

Big bats, high pace and leg-spin: that is how teams like England, India, Australia and South Africa will operate in this World Cup. Bangladesh will bring a different flavour to the tournament, with their ability to hold teams down to scores less than 300 with a skilled bowling attack, and a batting line-up that relies mostly on their ability to finding gaps along the carpet. Afghanistan World Cup guide: gameplan, key player and prediction Read more They rely on their captain Mashrafe Mortaza’s man-management skills, on Shakib Al Hasan’s big-game persona, and Tamim Iqbal’s sense of responsibility. They also have...

Keylor Navas bids adieu to Real Madrid

Mumbai: Real Madrid favourite goalie, Keylor Navas bid adieu to the Los Blancos crowd prior to the club’s last game of the season. The Madrid fans chanted Navas’ name at the club’s home ground, Santiago Bernabeu, and gave him a standing ovation after he played his last game for the 13-time Champions League winners. The Brazilian goalkeeper knelt down and pointed to the sky, as a sign of thank you to the Al-mighty. Navas has been exceptional at Madrid as he helped the 33-time La Liga winners to clinch three Champions League trophies in a row. The 32-year-old Costa Rican...
21/05/2019

World Cup retains its primacy and England is the best place for it

Jack Bannister, who died in 2016, was an influential figure in cricket: fine seam bowler for Warwickshire, pioneer of the players’ union, journalist, broadcaster, behind-the-scenes fixer. Shrewd? He could have had a Regius professorship in shrewdness. He also owned a chain of betting shops. In 1983, halfway through the third World Cup final, Bannister had a brainstorm. An acquaintance shouted at him through the open windows of the old Lord’s press box: “What price India?” “100 to 1.” With Jack, such questions were never theoretical. He took the bet, and he paid. Bangladesh World Cup guide: gameplan, key player and...

Andy Murray buoyant after returning to action, puts doubt on playing singles

London: Andy Murray is confident he can return to competitive tennis and has hinted at a doubles spot at Wimbledon, inspired by American doubles great Bob Bryan's return from hip surgery. The two-time Wimbledon champion, 32, in January announced plans to retire after this year's Wimbledon due to injury, expressing doubt as to whether he would even make it to the All England Club. The Scot has all but ruled out an appearance in the singles draw, nearly four months after surgery on a career-threatening hip problem, but he could return by playing in the men's doubles. The former world...
21/05/2019

Bundesliga club Stuttgart name Tim Walter as new head coach

In a statement released by Stuttgart on Monday the club said Tim Walter had joined the club on a two-year contract. Thomas Hitzlsperger, Stuttgart's board member in charge of sport, said Walter, who coached Holstein Kiel to a sixth-place finish in the second division this past season, promised to be a good fit due to his preference for attacking football and his knack for working with young players. "Together we want to put a greater emphasis on working with our own youth players and Tim Walter brings with him a great deal of experience in this area," Hitzlsperger said. For...
21/05/2019

"Most Challenging World Cup": Virat Kohli Before Team Leaves For England

Virat Kohli, the Indian skipper, and head coach Ravi Shastri addressed the media ahead of Team India's departure to participate in the Cricket World Cup that is slated to begin on May 30 in England and Wales. Although this will be the third World Cup for Virat Kohli but it will be the first time that he will be leading the team. "It is the most challenging World Cup, any team can upset any any team. Team will have to adapt very quickly," Kohli said at the press conference in Mumbai on Tuesday. "We expect all kind of scores in...