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Lacklustre India lose at Lord’s

LONDON: England dominated with both bat and ball to defeat India by 86 runs in the second One-Day International (ODI) at Lord’s here on Saturday. Please like & share: Read More »

Holy Spirit Institute progress to quarters

FATORDA: Holy Spirit Institute, Margao registered a convincing 3-1 against St Alex HSS, Curtorim to enter the quarterfinals of Subroto Mukherjee Cup U-17 football tournament being played at artificial turf grounds, Fatorda-Margao, on Saturday. Please like & share: Read More »

Navelim SC squeeze into semis

RAIA: Navelim Sporting Club squeezed into the semifinals of 47th Custodio Memorial football tournament defeating Pax of Nagoa-Verna 4-3 via tie-breaker, at panchayat grounds, Raia on Saturday. The teams played out a goalless draw during the regulation time. Please like & share: Read More »

CAC Cansaulim overcome St Anthony’s Assolda

BENAULIM: CAC Cansaulim defeated St Anthony’s SC, Assolda 2-0 to make it to the quarterfinals of 14th United Club’s Super Soccer, at St John, the Baptist grounds, Benaulim on Saturday. Please like & share: Read More »

I’m the little man who can: Modric

MOSCOW: Croatia captain Luka Modric says determination and self-belief were always more important than physical stature in football and that will be as true in Sunday’s World Cup final as in any other match. At 1.72 metres (5ft 8in) and 66kg (146 lbs), the Croatia playmaker can cut a diminutive figure on the pitch but he has few rivals when ... Read More »

A stage that had space for the best and worst

MOSCOW: A stage for new beginnings, a cementer of fortunes, a last resting place for life-long dreams, the 2018 soccer World Cup was so much more than a month-long festival of goals and glory. Please like & share: Read More »

Deschamps on doorstep of history

ST PETERSBURG: A firm hand on the tiller for France comes not only from captaining a World Cup-winning team 20 years ago, but also from some harsh lessons in Didier Deschamps’ six years as coach. Please like & share: Read More »

Mbappe, Modric should spark Moscow

MOSCOW: Kylian Mbappe has electrified the World Cup with his speed and youthful exuberance. Luka Modric has coolly controlled matches in Russia with his graceful play in the middle. Please like & share: Read More »

I am living a dream, says gold medallist Hima Das

New Delhi: “I am living a dream”, said Hima Das as she tried to put in words her remarkable journey from being a stubborn footballer in a nondescript Assam village to becoming the first Indian woman world champion in athletics. Please like & share: Read More »