Steelers remain perfect after holding off Titans' late rally
Sports/Football/NFL: Ben Roethlisberger threw two touchdown passes to Diontae Johnson, and the Pittsburgh Steelers remained perfect by holding off Tennessee for a 27-24 victory Sunday in a game originally postponed when the Titans came down with the NFL's first COVID-19 outbreak of the season.
Josef Newgarden wins IndyCar finale while Scott Dixon claims 6th title
Sports: Josef Newgarden used a spectacular two-car pass for the lead, and win the IndyCar Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, but Scott Dixon's third-place finish was enough to earn him a sixth IndyCar title.
Our spinners bowled well against RCB, says Du Plessis
Chennai Super Kings’ batting mainstay Faf du Plessis believes that slower conditions always bring the best out of his side and attributed their eight-wicket win over Royal Challengers Bangalore to the exploits of the spinners.
Dubai to host IPL final on Nov 10, Women's T20 Challenge in Sharjah
Dubai will host the Qualifier 1 and IPL 2020 final while the other two play-off games will be held in Abu Dhabi, the BCCI announced on Sunday. The Qualifier 1, to be contested between the top two teams in the league standings, is scheduled for November 5 while the Grand Finale will be held on November 10.
Hamilton claims record-breaking 92nd F1 win in Portugal
Six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton became the most successful Formula One driver of all time in terms of race wins on Sunday with his 92nd career victory at the Portuguese Grand Prix. The Mercedes driver had equalled Ferrari great Michael Schumacher's record 91 wins at the previous race at the Nuerburgring.
Canada's Dabrowski, partner Luisa Stefani lose Ostrava final in 1 hour
Sports/Tennis: Aryna Sabalenka cruised to the women's title at the inaugural Ostrava Open on Sunday, defeating fourth-seeded Victoria Azarenka. She then played in the doubles final, where she and Elise Mertens topped Ottawa's Gabriel Dabrowski and Brazil's Luisa Stefani 6-1, 6-3.
You have 12 painful hours left in IPL but got to enjoy it: Dhoni
Chennai Super Kings' IPL campaign may well end on Monday, which will be their first without reaching the play-offs, if KKR win their next match but Mahendra Singh Dhoni wants his team to enjoy it even as they endure a painful next 12 hours. "It does hurt when you don't do well so you try to amplify certain emotions. So that the guys just don't drop the game" Dhoni said.