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  • Openers give India A solid start

    India A reached 91 for the loss of one wicket at stumps on Day 1 of the two-day practice match against Bangladesh at the Gymkhana Ground in Hyderabad today.

  • Brazil beat Colombia in Chape benefit game

    Brazil beat Colombia 1-0 in a benefit match for the families of those killed in the Chapecoense air disaster but Wednesday's game in Rio de Janeiro was marred by a disappointing turnout.

  • Fed Cup Basketball from today

    The Federation Cup Basket-ball Tournament, involving top six clubs of the country, will get underway at the Dhanmondi Indoor Basketball Gymnasium this morning.

  • Swansea City sack manager Bradley

    Swansea City sacked manager Bob Bradley on Tuesday less than three months after the American took charge, with the January transfer window looming and the Premier League's second-bottom club desperate to get out of relegation trouble.

  • Vietnam apologises for Indonesia team bus attack

    Vietnamese football authorities apologised on Thursday after fans hurled stones at the Indonesian team bus shortly after their Suzuki Cup semi-final tie in Hanoi, breaking a window and injuring two of the visiting team's staff.

  • Bravo dropped from WI squad for 'idiot' tweet

    Batsman Darren Bravo has been dropped from the West Indies squad in Zimbabwe for a triangular one-day international series because of "unacceptable behaviour", the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) said on Saturday.

  • Japan on high alert for Saudi 'provocateurs'

    Japan coach Vahid Halilhodzic on Friday warned his players against Saudi Arabia's "specialists in provocation" in a home World Cup qualifier this month that could potentially decide his own future.

  • Shapla, Erina, Bristy in last 8

    Shapla Akter, Erina and Bristy moved into the quarterfinals of women's singles in the Rockland Summer Open (Ranking)

  • 100th ODI win beckons Bangladesh

    If Tigers go on to win the second game of the 3-match ODI series against Afghanistan on September 28, Mashrafe and his boys will create history by notching up the 100th win in ODI matches for Bangladesh.

  • Traditional ha-du-du game held

    A traditional style game of ha-du-du is held in Kawkhali an upazila of Pirojpur district.

  • Pogba deal shames Sir Alex

    It often comes across as churlish to talk about the relatively minor errors made my managerial masters, but amidst the raft of excellence, mistakes will inevitably crop up even for the best in the business.

  • NBA stars open gold chase against China

    It would be easy for the US team of NBA stars to overlook China in Saturday's opening game of the Rio Olympics after routing the Asians twice in pre-Games exhibitions.

  • Black Caps Boss wants 4-day Tests, two-tiers

    New Zealand Cricket chief David White called Tuesday for Test cricket to continue its pink-ball revolution by slashing the format to four days and introducing two divisions.

  • ‘If it keeps going like this, players are going to break down’

    Australia coach Darren Lehmann has urged cricket's governing body to help reduce the workload on players competing in all three forms of the game as he fears the current packed schedule is unsustainable.

  • Roy-powered Eng take series

    Jason Roy was left with a bitter-sweet taste after his spectacular match-winning 162 clinched a one-day series win over Sri Lanka on Thursday.

  • Boateng faces fitness test before Slovakia

    Germany will decide on the eve of their Euro 2016 round of 16 match against Slovakia on Sunday whether defender Jerome Boateng can help them to another clean sheet en route to what they hope is their fourth continental crown.

  • Wales v NI in last 16, England face Iceland

    Wales will play Northern Ireland in the last 16 of Euro 2016, while England take on Iceland and the Republic of Ireland face France.

  • LeBron leads Cavs to NBA title

    LeBron James powers the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 93-89 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Sunday in an electrifying Game Seven to complete an improbable comeback unlike any seen before.

  • Pele memorabilia nets $5 million

    The three-day sale of memorabilia belonging to world football icon Pele ends in London with the artifacts sold for the princely total of £3.4million ($5million, 4.4million euros).

  • Deschamps takes a pragmatic approach

    Rather like 1998 World Cup-winning coach Aime Jacquet, Didier Deschamps is using a pragmatic, all-about-the-team approach to Euro 2016 as hosts France look to capture their first major title since Euro 2000.

  • Di Maria inspires Argentina

    Argentina shrug off the absence of Lionel Messi to beat Chile 2-1 in the Copa America on Monday, with an emotional Angel Di Maria scoring the opening goal and dedicating it to his grandmother, who passed away before the game.

  • Usha, Abahani win big

    Joint defending champions Abahani and Usha KC win their respective matches of the Green Delta Insurance Premier Division Hockey League at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium.

  • Victoria move up to second

    Victoria Sporting Club move up to the second spot in the points table after they vanquished Brothers Union by 112 runs at Mirpur today.

  • Concerns over final pitch

    A senior UEFA executive on Wednesday raises concerns about the quality of the Champions League final pitch just 10 days ahead of Europe's biggest club match of the season.

  • GDP growth rate for Bangladesh in FY 2018-19

    Peninsula beat Elite Paints

    Team Peninsula qualify for the semifinals of the ongoing corporate cricket tournament in Chittagong on Monday after defeating Elite Paints by 54 runs in their T20 encounter at a field in the city's Alanker area.

  • Security firm boss takes blame

    The head of a security firm on Monday accepts "full responsibility" for accidentally leaving behind a dummy bomb that caused Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium to be evacuated.

  • All-clear for Usha's Pakistani players

    Usha Krira Chakra retreat from their plan of appeal to the league committee of the Bangladesh Hockey Federation to halt the ongoing Premier Division League after getting clearance from the Special Branch (SB) of Police for bringing five Pakistani players.

  • Andy Murray

    Murray strolls into final

    Britain's Andy Murray qualifies for his first Rome Masters final on Saturday after cruising past Frenchman Lucas Pouille 6-2, 6-1 in their rain-interrupted semi-final.

  • Mourinho has no agreement with United

    Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has no agreement in place to take over at Manchester United, Sky Sports television said on Friday quoting unnamed sources.

  • Czech FA suspends drunk refs

    The Czech Football Association (FACR) on Thursday bans two referees who appeared drunk on the pitch during a top-flight game between FK Pribram and Slavia Prague the day before.

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