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Rooney's knockout blow as United triumph

LONDON : Wayne Rooney delivered the knockout blow in Manchester United’s 3-0 win against Tottenham in the English Premier League on Sunday. At Old Trafford, Rooney was firmly in the spotlight as fourth placed United produced a rare heavyweight display ... Himalayan times, 1 week ago
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The game owes me nothing and I owe the game everything, says Clarke

'My legacy is what my teammates think of me' ‘I've always put the team first’ ‘Decision to retire was taken 48 hours back’ Michael Clarke of Australia looks on during an Australian nets session at Melbourne Cricket Ground. Photograph: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Set to retire from one-day cricket after Sunday's World Cup final against New Zealand, Michael Clarke said that his legacy as Australia's ODI captain will be determined by what his teammates thought of him ...
 Rediff.com6 hours ago Skill, not emotion, wins World Cups, says retiring Clarke  Rediff.com13 hours ago India DEFLATE South Africa skipper De Villiers  Rediff.com1 month ago Battle of Beauties: Bouchard ready to be tested by Sharapova  Rediff.com2 months ago

We're not afraid of losing, says fearless McCullum ahead of ultimate game

‘We give ourselves a 50-50 chance in the final’ ‘We need to play fearless, that's how we're going to beat teams on regular occasions’ Brendon McCullum of New Zealand reacts. Photograph: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images New Zealand are sticking with the same team, and the same fearless approach, for Sunday's World Cup final against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Whatever happens, March 29 at MCG will be divine, says ailing Crowe World Cup Blogs: My heart tells me ...
 Rediff.com10 hours ago

Will New Zealand bully 'big brother' Australia?

Trans-Tasman rivalry will reach fever pitch ‘We're probably seen as the little brothers from across the ditch’ Tim Southee of New Zealand looks on during a New Zealand nets session at Melbourne Cricket Ground on Friday. Photograph: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images New Zealand's cricketers grew up playing backyard battles against imaginary Australia sides and will be eager to get one over their ‘big brothers’ in the World Cup final, paceman Tim Southee said. Don't Miss! The ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

8 reasons why Sri Lanka will beat South Africa

Sri Lanka are never anybody’s pre-tournament favourites; most people even miss them when picking the four semi-finalists before a ball is bowled The Sri Lankan team celebrates. Photograph: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images Talk about an ICC event and there are few teams synonymous with the knock-out stages. Australia, the ever-dominant champion side in nearly every format of the game, is one. The other is a sub-continental giant. Surprisingly, not India, but Sri Lanka. At 38, Dilshan is Sri ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Sri Lanka banking on 'home' support and Sangakkara ton  Rediff.com1 week ago Sri Lanka want 'unbelievable' Sangakkara to play on  Rediff.com1 week ago

I've let down my team mates and the fans, says Gerrard for 38-second sending off

‘I need to accept it; the decision was right’ Steven Gerrard of Liverpool leaves the field after being sent off by referee Martin Atkinson. Photograph: Alex Livesey/Getty Images Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard apologised after he was sent off for a rash stamp having been on the pitch for just 38 seconds of their 2-1 defeat to Manchester United on Sunday. Mata strikes twice as United down 10-man Liverpool Gerrard entered the fray as a halftime substitute but received a straight red ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago

Indians need to learn the art of intimidating Aussies from Riaz

‘Star-studded Australian battling line-up had no answers to Riaz’s fast and accurate bouncers’ Wahab Riaz of Pakistan reacts to Shane Watson of Australia during the World Cup match at Adelaide Oval. Photograph: Morne de Klerk/Getty Images Former Pakistan captain Rameez Raja believes Indian bowlers should take a cue from Wahab Riaz's hostile spell against Australia and exploit the Michael Clark-led side's weakness in the World Cup semi-finals clash at the Sydney Cricket Ground ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

Team India has shown its strength in all departments: Laxman

Suresh Raina. Photograph: Phil Walter/Getty Images Stressing on the fact that most of the Indian batsmen’s form has been a big factor in India’s success so far, former batsman VVS Laxman expects them to fire on all cylinders during the quarter-final stages as well. "I am very happy to see Suresh Raina amongst the run scorers. India's top-four have had enough exposure so far and they seem to be in a good touch," Laxman said. If man-of-the-match Raina led the batting attack, then ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Encourage more teams to participate in World Cup: Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar speaks to the media during the World Cup match between South Africa and India. Photograph: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Contrary to ICC chief executive David Richardson’s view to truncate the World Cup to just 10 teams, former India batsman Sachin Tendulkar believes that governing body should instead look to enhance the skills of the so-called minnows. - Catch all the World Cup action, here "When you want the game to globalise, we need to encourage more and more teams to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago PHOTOS: Are these the FUNNIEST posters spotted?  Rediff.com1 month ago World Cup Blog: Beat Australia and World Cup is yours, Imran tells Pakistan  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Di Maria red card adds to van Gaal's woes; Wenger praises Welbeck

‘I think he's touched the referee and that's forbidden in every country, so he has no excuses’ ‘We didn't lose to them, we lost because of our own performance’ Referee Michael Oliver shows the red card to Angel di Maria of Manchester United after he tugged at the referees shirt following a yellow card during the FA Cup quarter-final match against Arsenal. Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Another unconvincing display from Manchester United was compounded by a ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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