Chasing a daunting 434-run target, New Zealand were 93-4 at stumps in their second innings on Day Four of the first cricket Test against India at the Green Park Stadium in Kanpur on Saturday. The visitors need 341 more runs with six wickets in hand and a day's play remaining. Luke Ronchi and Mitchell Santner were at the crease with 38 and 8 runs, respectively.
Tom Latham (2), Martin Guptill (0), Kane Williamson (25) and Ross Taylor (17) were the batsmen to fall in the las...
Real Madrid were held to a 2-2 draw by Las Palmas in an away match in La Liga, forcing the capital club to drop points for the second time within in a week. They were earlier held to a 1-1 draw by Villareal on September 21.
Real Madrid were without two of their injured Brazilian stars in Marcelo and Casemiro on Saturday at the Gran Canaria Stadium.
Riding on half-centuries Murali Vijay (76), Cheteshwar Pujara (78), Rohit Sharma (68*) and Ravindra Jadeja (50*) India extended their overall lead to 433 runs before finally declaring their second innings closed at 377-5 on the cusp of tea on the penultimate day of the first Test against New Zealand at the Green Park Stadium in Kanpur on Sunday.
New Zealand enjoyed some luck in the opening session with Murali Vijay (76), Cheteshwar Pujara (78) and skipper Virat Kohli(18) ...
Bayern Munich extended their winning run in the Bundesliga, beating Hamburg 1-0 thanks to a late winner from Joshua Kimmich.
Front-runners and title holders Bayern Munich secured their fifth straight win on Saturday, as Kimmich scored the winner in the dying minutes of the game to inflict a fourth loss of the season on Hamburg.
Two goals in as many first-half minutes from Luis Suarez and Rafinha put Barcelona on track for a 5-0 win over Sporting Gijon, which seems to answer the question over whether or not they can still perform without Leo Messi.
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique on Saturday made five changes from the side which drew 1-1 at home to Atletico Madrid on Wednesday and was without Messi who picked up a groin injury in the game.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has stated that his hunger for titles is as high as it has ever been during his tenure with the Gunners, because he knows he is on a shorter clock as his own professional career draws closer to its end.
In a reflective mood as he celebrated 20 years since joining Arsenal with a 3-0 win over Chelsea, Wenger said, "I’m hungrier. Because I know I have not 20 years in front of me. As well because I feel more the responsibility, you’re not 20 years s...
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte lashed out at his players after their poor performance led to a 3-0 thrashing at the hands of local rivals Arsenal at the Emirates today.
Conte was critical of his player's attitude as they just didn't turn up for the London derby as the flair, commitment and discipline of Arsenal proved too much for a Chelsea team that wasn't at the races for a contest that they usually dominate.
It has been six years in the making, but Arsenal finally fulfilled long standing Manager Arsene Wenger's wish for some retribution for humiliating defeats that they have suffered at the hands of Chelsea in recent years, beating the Blues 3-0 today at the Emirates with Alexis Sanchez, Theo Walcott and Mesut Ozil grabbing a goal each.
After having made wholesale changes in midweek for the League Cup tie away to Nottingham Forest, Arsenal reverted to the same eleven players ...
Liverpool vaulted back into the top four in the Premier League standings today with another goal fest, smashing 10-man Hull City 5-1 at Anfield.
Adam Lallana opened the scoring for the hosts with his third strike of the season thus far, after Philippe Coutinho had done the hard work, dribbling his way into the box and drawing the Hull City defence towards him, before passing the ball on for the England international to poke home.
Manchester City continue to be in unstoppable form this season, picking up their 10th straight win of the season under new Manager Pep Guardiola, beating Swansea City for the second time in four days at the Liberty Stadium.
Today's win though was anything but straight forward with Swansea matching their illustrious visitors for large periods of the contest, and in the end losing out to a controversial penalty decision that tilted the match Manchester City's way.
Manchester United Manager Jose Mourinho, while maintaining a sense of outward calm, seemed pleased with his side's performance as the Red Devils crushed reigning Premier League Champions Leicester City 4-1 at Old Trafford.
Four goals in the first half from United settled the game as a contest, leaving Jose to quip after the game, "It was a very good performance and result. It is not easy against them and not easy to win in the style that we did."