Monthly Archives: November 2018

Big sports events today

Here are the big sports events lined up for Friday (December 1) that comprise the action from Men’s Hockey World Cup and English Premier League.

PKL: Dabang Delhi beat Jaipur Pink Panthers 48-35

Meraj Sheykh put in a fine show to guide Dabang Delhi to a convincing 48-35 win over Jaipur Pink Panthers in a Pro Kabaddi League match here on Friday.

We need to stick together more than ever before: Oz coach Langer

“Be bloody good,” coach Justin Langer warned his players on Friday at a time when ‘Elite Honesty’ has emerged as the buzz word in Australian cricket. Langer also emphasised that this is the time the team need to stick together.

Ranji Trophy: Delhi face Gambhir dilemma after surrender to Punjab

Delhi cricket is going through a difficult period. Moments after Punjab completed an ego-puncturing 10-wicket win on Friday afternoon, Delhi chief selector Amit Bhandari, coach Mithun Manhas and Gautam Gambhir got into a huddle and a long conversation followed.

US seen blocking G20 progress on trade, climate

Australia have the edge over India, feels ex-coach Buchanan

A lot of experts have called it a golden chance for the Indian team to win a Test series Down Under, but former Australian coach John Buchanan – who was at the helm of affairs from 1999 to 2007 – isn’t one of them.

Want to win a seventh world title, says Mary Kom

Having secured a record sixth World championship title, India’s boxing legend MC Mary Kom has now set her eyes on a seventh world crown along with an elusive Olympic gold at the 2020 Tokyo Games.

World Cup: China’s debut begins with a thrilling English draw

The Irish fairytale that unfurled five months ago in London may just have seen the teaser of its second version, when China’s men’s team entered weekend mood with a thrilling draw on their World Cup debut against the 1986 runners-up England.

F1: Force India complete 2019 grid with Stroll

Force India completed Formula One’s 2019 driver line-up on Friday with the confirmation that 20-year-old Canadian Lance Stroll will race for them next season after two years with Williams.

Tiger Woods may return to India in 2020

“I will be back,” said Tiger Woods, triggering speculations of the golf legend’s return to India for a full-fledged tournament sometime in 2020 or 2021. The 14-time Major winner had been to India in 2014, but that trip lasted just 36 hours.