Latest Sports Updates 12-11-2018

Cricket Bangladesh declared their first innings at 522/7 in second test at Dhaka.Wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim scored unbeaten 219.Zimbabwe were 25/1 at stumps on second day. Third and final ODI between Pakistan and New Zealand in Dubai was called off due to rain.Kiwis were 35/1 chasing 280 when rain forced the game to

Cricket: Updates from Ranji Trophy,Round 2 and Day 1

  Updates, Ranji Trophy, Round 2: This round promises to be more action packed as many India Internationals are slated to return for their respective state sides. However, Tamil Nadu will be without the services of R Ashwin and Murali Vijay. Kedar Jadhav will feature for Maharashtra in their match against

Football: Felix Chidi brace floors Kashmir

  Manipur's Nero ca FC handed debutants Real Kashmir FC their first defeat in the I-League with a 2-0 win here on Sunday. Felix Chidi struck twice (28th and 74th minutes) to give Nero ca their first win of the season at the TRC Turf stadium here. Nero ca had lost to East Bengal 0-2 in

Football: Memphis Depay Helps Lyon Beat Guingamp

  An inspired Memphis Depay scored twice as Lyon recovered from falling behind to last-placed Guingamp to win 4-2 in Ligue 1 on Saturday. Marcus Thuram, the son of France 1998 World Cup champion Lilian Thuram, headed Guingaes at the Stade dump ahead on 21 minutes at the Stade du Roudourou. But Lyon hit

Tennis: Stefanos Tsitspas bags next Gen ATP title

  Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas capped a breakthrough season by rallying from a set down to beat Australian Alex de Minaur in the NextGen ATP final on Saturday. The 20-year-old Tstralias ranked 15th in the world, came through 2-4, 4-1, 4-3 (7/3), 4-3 (7/3) against 19-year-old de Minaur after one hour and 41 minutes for

Boxing: Oleksandr Usyk defends cruiserweight titles

  Tony Bellew vowed to retire from boxing after Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk defended his WBC, WBA, IBF, and WBO cruiserweight titles with an eighth-round knockout of the Brit in Manchester on Saturday. Roared on by a passionate home crowd, Bellew started brightly and was ahead on two of the three judges scorecards when the

Chess: Pentala Hari finishes 2nd in chess tourney

  India's Pentala Harikrishna secured two wins on the last day but could only finish second, half-a-point behind Japanese-American wizard Hikaru Nakamura who lived up to his top billing to clinch the Tata Steel Chess  India Rapid tournament here on Sunday. There was heartbreak for reigning world rapid champion local challenger and his former

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