Latest Sports Updates as on 14.12.18 as on 9:30 IST

Badminton It was good day for both Indians at Badminton World Tour Finals in Guangzhou,China.P V Sindhu kept her all win record in Group A by beating Beiwen Zhang 21-9,21-15.Sameer Verma reached the semifinals in his maiden year end event with 21-9,21-18 win over Kantaphon. Cricket Australia were 277/6 at the end of

Hockey World Cup: Tom’s boon puts Belgium in Semi-finals

Olympic silver medallist Belgium qualified for the semifinals of the men's hockey World Cup for the first time ever when they defeated two-time champions Germany 2-1, here on Thursday. World No. 3 Belgium scored through Alexander Hendrickx (18th minute) and Tom Boon (50th) to register the come-from-behind win. World no. 6

Football: CSKA Dumped out Despite Stunning win at Madrid

CSKA Moscow stunned a much-changed Real Madrid with a 3-0 victory at the Santiago Bernabeu, but still finished bottom of Group G as Viktoria Plzen beat Roma. The Russian side, who also downed Real 1-0 in the reverse fixture, had to better Plzen's result to finish third and qualify for

Hockey World Cup: India out to break Dutch dike

Their shoulders are burdened with the weight of expectations but it won't be easy for India to end a 43-year long wait when they take on the mighty Netherlands in the quarterfinal of the men's hockey World cup, here on Thursday. Boasting a rich hockey legacy, India last played in the

Football: Salah sends Liverpool into last 16

Mohamed Salah's first-half goal and a stunning late save from goalkeeper Alisson saw Liverpool edge into the Champions League knockout stage after a tense 1-0 win over Napoli on Tuesday, while Lucas Moura's on Tuesday, while a draw at Barcelona. Last year's runners-up Liverpool knew victory by two goals or a 1-0 triumph would

Badminton: PV Sindhu edges world No.1, Sameer wins

Olympic silver medallist P.V. Sindhu finally broke her jinx against world No.1 Tai Tzu Ying with a come-from-behind win in a thriller, while Sameer Verma outclassed Indonesia's Tommy Sugiarto at the World Tour Finals here Thursday. After six successive losses in 13 meetings, Sindhu got the better of her nemesis, Tzu

Hockey World Cup: England show Olympic champions the door

England stunned Olympic champions Argentina 3-2 to book their place in the semifinals of the 14th Men's Hockey World Cup here on Wednesday. England, who conceded the lead in the 17th minute, staged a superb come back to make their third successive semi-final appearance at the tournament. England scored three field goals through

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