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Real Madrid beat San Lorenzo to lift Club World <strong>Cup</strong>

Real Madrid beat San Lorenzo to lift Club World Cup

21 Dec 2014

Marrakech: Real Madrid won the Club World Cup for the first time by beating San Lorenzo 2-0 on Saturday with goals from Sergio Ramos and Gareth Bale after being forced into a scrap by the feisty South Americans.

Real Madrid,   Club World Cup,   San Lorenzo,   Sergio Ramos,   Gareth Bale ,  
Smith should captain Australia in all formats: Harris

Smith should captain Australia in all formats: Harris

21 Dec 2014

Brisbane: Australian pacer Ryan Harris feels stand-in Test skipper Steve Smith should be handed captaincy in all three formats if Michael Clarke fails to recover in time for next year's ODI cricket World Cup.

Australian pacer Ryan Harris,   Australian Test skipper Steve Smith,   Michael Clarke,   ODI cricket World Cup,  
We are bidding for Club World <strong>Cup</strong>: AIFF president

We are bidding for Club World Cup: AIFF president

20 Dec 2014

Mumbai: India has not yet given up on its plans to host a Club World Cup in the near future, according to AIFF president Praful Patel, who asserted that the country's football scene would soon develop "qualitatively and quantitatively".

Club World Cup,   AIFF president,   FOOTBALL,   sports,   ,  
Gutted at being left out of World <strong>Cup</strong> squad: Alastair Cook

Gutted at being left out of World Cup squad: Alastair Cook

20 Dec 2014

London: England batsman and former skipper Alastair Cook has said that he was 'gutted' to be left out of England's World Cup squad after fellow willower Eoin Morgan was confirmed as the new one-day captain.

London,   England,   Alastair Cook,   World Cup,   Squad,   Eoin Morgan,   World Cup 2015,  
Eoin Morgan replaces Cook as England's World <strong>Cup</strong> captain

Eoin Morgan replaces Cook as England's World Cup captain

20 Dec 2014

London: Eoin Morgan has replaced Alistair Cook as England's World Cup captain, The England and Wales Cricket Board announced on Saturday. Cook has scored just one fifty in his last 22 one-day innings for England and he has paid the price for failing to stop the rot during his country's recent 5-2 series defeat in Sri Lanka.

Eoin Morgan,   Cook,   England's World Cup captain,   sports,   cricket,   Eoin replaces Cook,  
Sehwag, Tendulkar in Hayden's World <strong>Cup</strong> XI

Sehwag, Tendulkar in Hayden's World Cup XI

19 Dec 2014

Dubai: Former Australia batsman Matthew Hayden has picked India's Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar in his "All Time Cricket World Cup Greatest XI".

Matthew Hayden,   Virender Sehwag,   Sachin Tendulkar,   Cricket World Cup,   World Cup Greatest,   Cricket,  
Pakistan must improve fielding standards: Waqar Younis

Pakistan must improve fielding standards: Waqar Younis

20 Dec 2014

Sharjah: Pakistan coach and pace legend Waqar Younis has said his side needs to revamp its fielding standards and batting against short-pitched deliveries to be competitive enough at the impending 2015 One-Day International (ODI) World Cup in February-March 2015.

Sharjah,   Pakistan coach,   Waqar Younis,   2015 ODI World Cup,   New Zealand,   Abu Dhabi ,  
Awaiting comeback call to play 2015 World <strong>Cup</strong>: Pietersen

Awaiting comeback call to play 2015 World Cup: Pietersen

19 Dec 2014

London: Former England captain Kevin Pietersen on Friday took to Twitter to express his wish to play at the 2015 World Cup starting February 14 and said his phone will be switched 'on' as he hopes to get a come-back call.

England captain,   Kevin Pietersen,   Twitter,   2015 World Cup,   Big Bash,   England and Wales Cricket Board,   ECB,  
Atletico win to set up King's <strong>Cup</strong> clash with Real

Atletico win to set up King's Cup clash with Real

19 Dec 2014

Barcelona: Atletico Madrid will face holders Real Madrid in the last 16 of the King's Cup after a double from Mario Mandzukic sealed a 5-2 aggregate victory over lower league Hospitalet on Thursday.

Atletico Madrid,   Real Madrid,   King's Cup,   Mario Mandzukic,   Hospitalet,  
Aguirre to coach Japan at Asian <strong>Cup</strong> despite fixing case

Aguirre to coach Japan at Asian Cup despite fixing case

19 Dec 2014

Javier Aguirre will remain coach of Japan through next month's Asian Cup despite being named in a match-fixing case in Spain.

Javier Aguirre,   Coach of Japan,   Asian Cup,   match-fixing case in Spain,  

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