• Bangladesh beat India in women’s Asia Cup final
Bangladesh beat India in women’s Asia Cup final

Earlier, in the day, Smriti Mandhana (7 runs off 12 balls) along with Mithali Raj (11 runs off 18 balls) opened the Indian innings, however, the duo failed to give India a decent start. But the fact that the match continued till the last ball is testament of the effort that the bowlers put after the batters contributed with just 112 runs when p...

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  • Ozil To Miss Germany’s Final World Cup Warm-Up
Ozil To Miss Germany’s Final World Cup Warm-Up

The Arsenal midfielder scored the opening goal during Germany's friendly defeat to Austria on Saturday, but was forced off 14 minutes from time after picking up a knee injury during a challenge with Watford defender Sebastian Prodl .

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  • Manchester United New Signing Has World Cup Scare
Manchester United New Signing Has World Cup Scare

Fred featured for Brazil against Croatia at Anfield before moving to Manchester and securing a £47 million deal with the Premier League side. The Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro was the instigator of a fairly clean, not inauspicious, tackle at Tottenham Hotspur's Enfield training base on the training pitch, seemingly catching Fred's right leg...

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  • Tiger Woods to play with No
Tiger Woods to play with No

Open, which will be played at Shinnecock Hills in Southampton, N.Y. Since returning to the PGA Tour in December of past year, Woods has climbed his way back up the FedEx Cup rankings to 50th in the world. The luxury vessel has a crew of nine and costs $2 million a year to run, making it worth getting every use possible out of. After offering the ...

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  • Vettel replaces Hamilton atop standings with Canada triumph
Vettel replaces Hamilton atop standings with Canada triumph

Sebastian Vettel was pretty happy with his effort to take pole in Montreal - a lap record at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve . "Today was a lot more natural". We had some problems. "I am incredibly grateful it kept going". Usually the last sector is actually my strongest at this track. "Today we switched on.

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  • Giroud fit, Pogba to start, Deschamps confirms
Giroud fit, Pogba to start, Deschamps confirms

The Chelsea striker was hurt when he clashed heads with defender Matt Miazga during France's 1-1 draw with US in Lyon on Saturday, leaving both players bloodied. The French finally found a way back into the game as Kylian Mbappe was perfectly positioned to tuck home Benjamin Pavard's cross as the sides had to settle for a draw.

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  • Will LeBron James even consider the Cleveland Cavaliers?
Will LeBron James even consider the Cleveland Cavaliers?

In presumed MVP James Harden; Chris Paul, one of James' closest friends; and bent-on-overthrowing-the-Warriors general manager Daryl Morey, the Rockets have the building blocks to assemble an uber-team. A mass of humanity lined the streets of downtown Cleveland to meet James and the Cavs during their championship parade. I should be making mor...

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  • Mayweather is the world's Highest-paid athlete (ahead of Messi and Ronaldo)
Mayweather is the world's Highest-paid athlete (ahead of Messi and Ronaldo)

The pugilist's income is comprised of roughly $275 million in salary in 2017 and $10 million in endorsements, enough to give all 325 million Americans about 88 cents each. Perhaps the biggest surprise about the list is that it does not contain a single woman. Tennis sensation Serena Williams is typically among the top earners in sports.

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  • Rafael Nadal beats Dominic Thiem for 11th French Open title
Rafael Nadal beats Dominic Thiem for 11th French Open title

As the sound of Nadal's ball-striking groans echoing through Court Philippe Chatrier has become one of the melodic fixtures of Paris, he has won the French Open more than anybody has won anything among the four coveted majors, with the exception of Margaret Court's 11 Australian Open titles, four won during the Open Era that began in 1968.

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  • Mercedes bid to bridge power gap at Canada GP
Mercedes bid to bridge power gap at Canada GP

Mercedes' decision affects all of its teams and drivers, so in addition to factory drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas , Force India's Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon and Williams' Lance Stroll and Sergey Sirotkin will also stick with the engines they have been using since the start of the season.

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  • Pep Guardiola has finally responded to Yaya Toure's claims that he's racist
Pep Guardiola has finally responded to Yaya Toure's claims that he's racist

Manchester City coach Josep Guardiola says that he will never coach Barcelona again. "I am not the same, nor do they even look at me in the same way", he told TV3. Toure played his final game for City late in the season against Brighton & Hove Albion and was given a tremendous send-off by the Etihad Stadium. And it seems the 35-year-old wasn...

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  • Afghanistan beat Bangladesh by six wickets
Afghanistan beat Bangladesh by six wickets

The final match will be played on Thursday and it has no significance as far as the result of the series is concerned. Earlier, a combined effort by top and middle order batsman helped Afghanistan post a fighting 145/6 in the allotted 20 overs.

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  • Stokes out of Scotland ODI and 'first part' of Australia series
Stokes out of Scotland ODI and 'first part' of Australia series

England all-rounder Ben Stokes had been ruled out the one-day global against Scotland next weekend and the "first part" of the five-match series against Australia with a torn hamstring, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced Sunday.

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  • Vettel credits Ferrari turnaround for pole
Vettel credits Ferrari turnaround for pole

With a new engine upgrade fitted to Vettel's vehicle this weekend, Ferrari was expected to be one of the favourites in Canada but Vettel was not happy with his performance after he was restricted to just 17 laps in second practice due to auto issues at the start of the session.

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  • Jeff Horn reveals exchange of words with Terence Crawford after staring contest
Jeff Horn reveals exchange of words with Terence Crawford after staring contest

His major backer Phil Murphy, the largest private owner of the Brisbane Broncos, said Horn looked dynamic - "like Winx getting ready for a fourth Cox Plate". "It will come down to the exchanges between me and Crawford and who they are watching". "People are saying Horn pushed around Pacquiao but he won't do that to me".

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  • Donald Trump says National Basketball Association champion won't be invited to White House
Donald Trump says National Basketball Association champion won't be invited to White House

The only thing worse for the NBA's competitive balance will be when LeBron James , the league's best player, becomes a free agent. and joins the Warriors next year. When the New England Patriots went past year, half the team chose not to attend. If he did he wouldn't pal around with white nationalists, call them "some very fine people" after cau...

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  • ‘King of Clay’ Rafael Nadal Wins 11th French Open
‘King of Clay’ Rafael Nadal Wins 11th French Open

But from the moment Nadal broke serve in the 10th game to win the opening set Thiem's belief ebbed away. Thiem, who is being touted as the second-best player (by a long margin) on clay over the years, heads into the final with the herculean task of stopping Nadal's French Open final juggernaut.

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  • LeBron James praises Kevin Durant while throwing shade at the Trail Blazers
LeBron James praises Kevin Durant while throwing shade at the Trail Blazers

His 43-point, 13-rebound, 7-assist performance is flawless for Basketball-Reference Play Index bingo. It was James' third consecutive game of scoring 25 points or more in this year's finals. This ability to make the shots most other players wouldn't even think of attempting is one of the reasons he's scored so efficiently in the Finals.

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  • Alaphilippe edges dramatic Dauphine finish
Alaphilippe edges dramatic Dauphine finish

What happened there was not in my favour, as they pulled really hard. "There's a lot of climbing (on Saturday), it might be short but there are three big climbs and a little one as well so it will certainly be a big test". Martin took second place ahead of Thomas. Subscribe to the IOL Sport Newsletter! . "And the pack let me go because I'm a ...

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  • FedEx St. Jude Classic Round 1
FedEx St. Jude Classic Round 1

There's a lot more big numbers on this course than you think. A six-times U.S. Open runner-up, he has had three chances since winning the 2013 British Open to become the sixth player to complete a career grand slam, but he has not come close.

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