Quick Headlines: Sports News Today as on 23.10.18


The MS Dhoni debate: Is a legendary past overshadowing mediocre present?

Be it Dhoni, Kohli or Rohit, they have all backed youngsters: Chahal

Rohit Sharma’s importance in Team India’s top order revealed in numbers : Ganguly

India vs West Indies: Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni in the race to achieve same record of most runs against West Indies in ODI’s

India vs West Indies: Rohit Sharma one six away from equaling Sachin Tendulkar’s record

Spot-fixing claim in recent documentary baseless: PCB

Shane Warne feels Australia need ‘kick up backside’

Australia romp to win over UAE in one-off T20 contest

Mumbai yet to receive Vijay Hazare prize money, other dues

Deodhar Trophy: Chance for India’s ODI discards to stake claim for World Cup squad

Kamindu Mendis, bowler who can bowl with both arms, selected in Sri Lankan T20 squad

Pakistan cricket officials uphold ban against opener Nasir Jamshed

Sri Lanka Cricket Board official arrested, Arjuna Ranatunga wants Indian help to tackle corruption


Alexis Sanchez out of Manchester United’s Champions League clash with Juventus

Chelsea coach Marco Ianni charged by FA over Jose Mourinho touchline row

Aubameyang and Ozil inspire Arsenal comeback against Leicester

I’m happy at Manchester United, Jose Mourinho dismisses Real Madrid reports

Returning Ronaldo out to heap pressure on old club United

Messi injury gives Barca and Dembele chance to prove their worth

Henry hoping for a break in Champions League bow with Monaco

Bengaluru FC beat sloppy FC Pune City 3-0 in ISL


Injured Stan Wawrinka withdraws from Basel

Sloane Stephens sees off Naomi Osaka in see-saw Singapore battle

Angelique Kerber second to Simona Halep in WTA rankings


Having reached the final, I expected to win gold: Bajrang Punia

Bajrang wins silver, becomes first Indian with 2 World Championship medals

Kimi Raikkonen conquers America

Sloane Stephens sees off Naomi Osaka in see-saw Singapore battle

Viswanathan Anand settles for another draw in Isle of Man Chess

Kimi Raikkonen happy to prove ‘some people’ wrong

Rafael Nadal maintains lead as Russian breaks into ATP top 20


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