Messi in assist mode as PSG beat 10-man St Etienne
Lionel Messi set up all three goals as Paris St Germain stretched their Ligue 1 lead to 14 points with a 3-1 comeback win at 10-man St Etienne as Neymar sustained a possible ankle injury and was taken off on a stretcher on Sunday.
Unfortunate but Saha's role is to do 'tough job' in absence of Pant: Rathour
Wriddhiman Saha is an "ideal team man" who can always be relied to do the "tough job" but unfortunately he will have to play the second fiddle when India's number one keeper-batter Pant gets back from break, batting coach Vikram Rathour said on Sunday.
There wasn't much happening on the wicket: Iyer on late declaration
The declaration may have come a tad too late owing to the team management's assessment of the Green Park pitch as unresponsive but debutant Shreyas Iyer backed his spinners to secure an Indian victory on the final day of the opening Test.
1st Test: Debutant Iyer, gritty Saha set up an intriguing final day
Debutant Shreyas Iyer showed his ice-cool temperament under pressure to stand tall with a fine half-century which placed India in a commanding position as they set up a stiff victory target of 284 for New Zealand on the fourth day of the opening Test on Sunday.
Drop Rahane for second Test; give him time to reset: Vettori
Former New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori says India cricketer Ajinkya Rahane should be dropped for the second Test in Mumbai from December 3 so that he gets time to overcome his lean patch, which has continued for too long.
Canada's De Bruin, Bujnowski add another women's bobsleigh bronze in Austria
Sports/Olympics/Winter Sports/Bobsleigh: The Canadian duo of Christine De Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski were in a familiar spot on Sunday, scoring a second bronze medal in as many weeks at a World Cup event in Innsbruck, Austria.