2nd T20I: David Miller ton in vain as India clinch series against South Africa
Indian batters were at their ruthless best with Suryakumar and opener Rahul leading the charge as they defeated South Africa by 16 runs despite David Miller's unbeaten century in the second T20I to clinch the 3-match series. Rahul (57 off 28) and Surya toyed (61 off 22) the Proteas attack with sensational fifties as the Indian top-four batters once again put up a superlative display to post 237/3. Chasing a massive target, the South Africans finished at 237 for 3 in their 20 overs.
Cardinals D-lineman J.J. Watt says he's playing 4 days after irregular heart rhythm
Sports/Football/NFL: Arizona Cardinals defensive end J.J. Watt says he had his heart shocked into rhythm after going into atrial fibrillation this week, and he still plans to play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.
White Sox manager Tony La Russa reportedly retiring Monday due to medical situation
Sports/Baseball/MLB: Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa is expected to announce his retirement Monday with one year remaining on his contract, USA Today reports. He didn't manage in September due to an ongoing medical situation.
F1: Perez wins in Singapore as Verstappen title celebrations on ice
Red Bull's Sergio Perez scored his second win of the season in Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix ahead of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc as title favourite Max Verstappen was forced to put his championship champagne on ice after finishing seventh.