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Churchill Bros stun Yemen’s Al Hilal 2-1

SANA’A: A goal in each half steered India’s champion club Churchill Brothers to a 2-1 away win against Yemen’s Al Hilal in their second Group B match of this year’s AFC Cup at Ali Mohsin Al Muraisi Stadium, here on Wednesday.

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Wolves claim important win

LONDON: Wolves took a huge step towards securing their Premier League status with a 3-1 win away to fellow strugglers West Ham at Upton Park on Tuesday.

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Navelim VU, Ambelim in semis

Navelim Village Union beat Paradise Sports Club 4-1 to enter the semi-finals of 2nd all Goa inter-village football tournament, organised by Odxel Sports, Taleigao at Dr Remegio Pinto grounds, Taleigao.

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Churchill seek win in Yemen

PANAJI: Churchill Brothers will take on Al Hilal in their second Group B AFC Cup encounter on Wednesday. The national champions are in an unfamiliar territory and face the Yemeni club away at the Ali Mohsen Al-Muraisi Stadium in Yemen.  

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Uthappa stars in Bangalore’s win

BANGALORE: Robin Uthappa cracked a dazzling half-century, while R Vinay Kumar scalped four wickets to help Royal Challengers Bangalore beat Chennai Super Kings by 36 runs in their Indian Premier League match here on Tuesday night.

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E Bengal face Al Qadsia

KOLKATA: Virtually out of the AFC Cup contest after being beaten twice, home and away, East Bengal’s third encounter against Al Qadsia of Kuwait in Group D at Yuba Bharati Krirangan on Wednesday is now a formality to complete the Asian circuit engagement for being Federation Cup winners in India

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Nagoa halt Milagres run, enter finals

MAPUSA: Milagres Sports Club’s fine run in the 6th Rajasthan Marbles Soccer, organised by Saligao United, came to an end as they went down fighting 2-1 to Nagoa Sports Club in the semi-finals played at Dr Gustavo Monteiro grounds, Candolim, on Tuesday.

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Aussies thrash NZ by 10 wickets

WELLINGTON: Brendon McCullum’s dogged century could only delay the inevitable as Australia cruised to a convincing 10-wicket win in the first Test against New Zealand in Wellington on Tuesday.

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Serie A title down to a 3-way fight

ROME: All of a sudden there’s a three-way fight for the Serie A title. AC Milan trail leaders Inter Milan by just one point and AS Roma are only four points back. With nine rounds remaining, it hasn’t been this close in the Italian league in
eight years.

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