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EPL: Nunez and Firmino on target as Liverpool prove too strong for Saints
Liverpool's South American strikers Darwin Nunez and Roberto Firmino propelled the team to a 3-1 home win over Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday in their final match before the season pauses for the World Cup.
Asian Boxing: Thapa signs off with silver after sustaining injury
Shiva Thapa's (63.5kg) Asian Elite Boxing Championships campaign came to a bittersweet end after he was forced to withdraw from the final midway due to an injury, bowing out with an unprecedented sixth medal, a silver, in Amman, Jordan on Saturday.
Sachin Tendulkar backs Team India after T20 World Cup disappointment
Legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar backed Men in Blue after their ten-wicket loss to England in the semifinal of the ICC T20 World Cup, saying that though the loss was very disappointing, the team should not be judged on basis of this defeat since its the number one side in the shortest format of the game.
Buttler chooses Surya as his 'Man of the Tournament'
England skipper Jos Buttler chose star Indian batter Suryakumar Yadav as his 'Player of the Tournament' for the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup, saying that he played with "extreme freedom" and was "incredibly eye-catching in a star-studded line-up".
T20 World Cup Final: I am more excited than nervous, says Babar Azam
Pakistan captain Babar Azam is "more excited than nervous" as he stands on the cusp of emulating the iconic Imran Khan. Pakistan take on England in the summit clash of the T20 World Cup at the MCG on Sunday.
Shadab Khan: Pakistan's match-winner who brings 'fire and life'
No matter what happens when Pakistan face England in Sunday's final at the MCG, Shadab Khan has had a Twenty20 World Cup to remember. Starring with both bat and ball, the 24-year-old all-rounder helped energise Pakistan's flagging campaign when all seemed lost.
Son included in South Korea's squad for FIFA World Cup
Son Heung-min has been included in South Korea's 26-man squad for this month's World Cup finals in Qatar despite suffering a fractured eye socket playing for Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League earlier this month.
Focus on ODI World Cup, Indian T20 team set for overhaul
A semifinal finish this time would sound better than being knocked out in the group stages but it could not be denied that the team management had taken a few steps back going into the World Cup after playing with fresh faces for most of the year.