My Chelsea breathing friend is in deep depression. He cannot get over the fact that after leading by two goals his team went down to lowly Bradford City who kicked in four goals.
MELBOURNE: World No.1 Novak Djokovic fought off Stan Wawrinka over five tense sets to master the defending champion and reach his fifth Australian Open final on Friday, where he will meet Andy Murray.
DUBAI: World No.1 Rory McIlroy made three birdies in his last three holes in the second round of the Dubai Desert Classic to take sole possession of the lead on Friday.
SYDNEY: Top-scorers Australia will try to unlock the Asian Cup’s stingiest defense on Saturday when they meet South Korea in a blockbuster final between two of the region’s heavyweights.
NEWCASTLE: Ali Mabkhout put one hand on the Asian Cup top-scorer award on Friday as the United Arab Emirates came from behind to beat 10-man Iraq 3-2 in a rollercoaster third-place playoff.
NAIROBI: Kenya’s Rita Jeptoo, winner of the Boston and Chicago marathons, has been banned for two years after failing a drugs test, Athletics Kenya (AK) said on Friday.
PERTH: James Taylor revived England’s wobbly chase to lead them to a three-wicket victory over India on Friday, which secured a place in the tri-series final against Australia.
The way Marcus Blakely played, Daniel Orton can take his sweet time before coming over.
NEW DELHI: Former Netherlands coach Paul Van Ass was on Friday appointed India’s men’s field hockey coach, making him the sixth foreigner to hold the post over the last decade.
NEW YORK: Reigning MVP Kevin Durant and first time all star Klay Thompson were selected to the NBA all-star game as reserve players, the league announced Thursday.
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