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Tendulkar's warning changed 'angry young <strong>man</strong>' Yuvraj

Tendulkar's warning changed 'angry young man' Yuvraj

18 Apr 2013

Keeping cool in stressful times is a hallmark of a good sportsperson and Yuvraj Singh learnt it the hard way from none other than Sachin Tendulkar, who scolded the left-hander after he abused his cricket equipment following a poor performance.

Sachin Tendulkar,   Yuvraj Singh,   Adam Gilchrist,   2011 World Cup win,  
Only a win can keep City's European dream <strong>alive</strong>

Only a win can keep City's European dream alive

05 Nov 2012

Manchester City's millions of dollars will count for precious little if they lose to Ajax Amsterdam and crash out of the Champions League at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday.

Manchester City,   Ajax Amsterdam,   Champions League,   Etihad Stadium,   Roberto Mancini ,  
Jagmohan Dalmiya – The <strong>man</strong> who rose from ashes to reclaim hot seat

Jagmohan Dalmiya – The man who rose from ashes to reclaim hot seat

03 Jun 2013

Nearly six-and-half years after he was ignominiously expelled from the cricket board, and forced to quit as Cricket Association of Bengal president, Jagmohan Dalmiya has risen like the proverbial phoenix to yet again head the world's richest cricket body – Board of Control of Cricket in India, albeit temporarily.

Jagmohan Dalmiya,   BCCI,   N Srinivasan,   BCCI president,   IPL scandal,  
Shane Warne confident of return despite <strong>burnt</strong> fingers

Shane Warne confident of return despite burnt fingers

13 Dec 2011

Shane Warne is confident he will be fit to make his return to cricket in Australia's revamped Twenty20 competition this weekend despite burning his bowling hand while cooking.

Shane Warne,   cricket in Australia,   Twenty20 competition,   Big Bash T20,  
Djokovic five-hour battle keeps hat-trick bid <strong>alive</strong> in Australian Open

Djokovic five-hour battle keeps hat-trick bid alive in Australian Open

21 Jan 2013

Defending champion Novak Djokovic was dragged into a rerun of last year's epic Australian Open final as he edged a gripping five-hour battle with Stanislas Wawrinka.

Novak Djokovic,   Australian Open,   Djokovic in Australian Open,   Stanislas Wawrinka,   Maria Sharapova ,  
Chelsea sink <strong>Man</strong> United to inch closer to Champions League qualifier

Chelsea sink Man United to inch closer to Champions League qualifier

06 May 2013

Juan Mata's deflected shot gave Chelsea a 1-0 victory over Manchester United which moved the third-placed Blues closer to the Champions League qualification.

Chelsea,   Manchester United,   Chelsea vs Man Utd,   Champions League,   Juan Mata,   World soccer ,  
Boxer Vijender Singh storms into quarterfinals, keeps medal hopes <strong>alive</strong>

Boxer Vijender Singh storms into quarterfinals, keeps medal hopes alive

03 Aug 2012

Star Indian boxer Vijender Singh inched closer to an unprecedented second successive Olympic medal by entering the middleweight (75kg) quarterfinals with a thrilling one-point triumph over American Terrell Gausha at the ExCel Arena here.

London Olympics 2012,   Vijender Singh,   Indians in London Olympics,   India in London Olympics,   boxing in London Olympics ,  
Bayern Munich overtake Manchester United as most valuable soccer brand

Bayern Munich overtake Manchester United as most valuable soccer brand

30 May 2013

According to the report, Bayern Munich are now valued at USD 860 million (669 million euros, 572 million pounds), overtaking last year’s top side United (USD 837 million) as football’s most lucrative brand.

Bayern Munich,   Manchester United,   Bayern value,   World richest soccer club,   Man Utd worth,  
80-year-old Japanese starts climbing Mount Everest

80-year-old Japanese starts climbing Mount Everest

16 May 2013

An 80-year-old Japanese climber has launched his bid to become the oldest person ever to reach the summit of Mount Everest, his management office said on Thursday.

Yuichiro Miura,   octogenarian to climb Everest,   oldest Mount Everest climber,   Mount Everest,   oldest man to climb Everest,  
Test dream is still <strong>alive</strong> for David Hussey

Test dream is still alive for David Hussey

08 Feb 2012

David Hussey will turn 35 in July this year but the veteran batsman has not given up hopes of playing in the next World Cup in 2015 and also making a late Test debut for Australia.

latest on David Hussey,   India vs Sri Lanka,   Ashes series,   2015 World Cup,   Jagran Post Network,   Jagran Post News,  

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