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Rohit Sharma injured his left hand, 2nd ODI against Bangladesh

In the second One-Day International against Bangladesh at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur, India’s captain Rohit Sharma injured his left hand while attempting to take a catch. He was taken to the hospital immediately for scans. “During the second ODI, India’s captain Rohit Sharma was struck in the thumb. He was examined by the BCCI Read More…

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Samuel Eto’o assaulted a supporter in Qatar; a police report was filed against the Barcelona legend

Samuel Eto’o, a former Barcelona legend and the current head of the Cameroonian Football Federation, is in hot water after a video of him kicking a supporter went viral online. In the footage, Eto’o can be seen using his knees to strike a photographer who was standing outside a stadium in Qatar. According to accounts, Read More…

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Round 16 – Match 2: Argentina defeated Australia 2-1

Lionel Messi scored his first goal in a World Cup knockout round, propelling Argentina into the quarterfinals with a 2-1 victory over Australia. The second goal was scored by Julián Lvarez, who capitalised on a bad touch by Australia goalkeeper Mathew Ryan to put Argentina’s position to enter the quarterfinals. Australia scored a consolation goal Read More…

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Football legend Pele admitted to hospice care amid fight against cancer

Brazilian soccer legend Pele is receiving treatment in Sao Paulo on Saturday amid a long battle with cancer. The footballing great is receiving palliative care after he stopped responding to chemotherapy treatment for colon cancer, according to Brazilian media. The 82-year-old was first admitted to the hospital on Tuesday. Pele had a tumour removed from Read More…

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 ‘High-tech, revolutionary… and no drivers!’ – International football fans react to metro experience in Doha

International football fans appeared impressed with the newly built subway system and stations in operation in Doha. “The trains are high-tech, very revolutionary, and there are no drivers,” said Shez Sheikh. “But they are very comfortable, they are very quick, they are very convenient in the way that has been set up.” The underground walkways Read More…