21 Aug 2016
Rio De Janeiro: In Brazil it will be the Olympic moment everyone remembers. Not Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, not American swimmer Michael Phelps, not even Thiago Braz da Silva falling from the night sky as Brazil's surprise pole vault champion.
23 Jun 2016
Nice: Zlatan Ibrahimovic played his last game for Sweden when they were knocked out of Euro 2016 yesterday and his coach said the country was unlikely to find another player like him.
27 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif’s adviser Sartaj Aziz on Tuesday said that India cannot unilaterally separate itself from Indus Water Treaty.
17 Jun 2016
Rio de Janeiro: Brazil football great Pele has given his backing to new Brazil coach Tite, describing the former Corinthians manager as the 'right man' for the struggling national team.
27 Jun 2016
Carlos Bacca's first-half goal was enough to give Colombia a 1-0 victory over the United States in the third-place playoff at the Centenary Copa America in Arizona on Saturday.
25 Jun 2016
New York: Lionel Messi will bid to gild his legacy as the greatest footballer of his generation here tomorrow by ending Argentina's 23-year wait for a major title in a dream final against holders Chile in the Copa America Centenario.
11 Jun 2016
Mumbai: Ten years after his infamous headbutt on Italian defender Marco Materazzi which earned him a red-card, retired France football great Zinedine Zidane today expressed regret over the incident in the 2006 World Cup final.
09 Jun 2016
Los Angeles: Philippe Coutinho completed a hat-trick as Brazil routed Haiti 7-1 at the Copa America Centenario while Ecuador produced a gutsy fightback to thwart Peru's push for a quarter-final berth.
23 Jun 2016
Chicago: Chile stormed into the Copa America final here yesterday, beating Colombia 2-0 in a weather-disrupted semi-final that took more than four hours to complete.
07 Jun 2016
Santa Clara: Argentina coach Gerardo Martino expects Lionel Messi to be fit for his team's second Copa America Centenario fixture this week, even if he is satisfied that the two-time world champions are adjusting to life without their injured superstar.