VIRAT Kohli says he enjoys the on-field banter with Australia but he let his bat do the talking with a Test-best 169 to help India fight back in the third Test yesterday.
WOMEN’S doubles player Ng Hui Lin confirmed yesterday that she had quit the national team.
LEADERS Chelsea and second-place Manchester City both succumbed to post-Christmas hangovers yesterday as they dropped points in the Premier League title race.
LONDON A year ago, Southampton were readying themselves to play their 19th Premier League game of the season. They were ninth in the table on 27 points, and the mood around St Mary’s, despite a wobble in form and four recent league defeats, was upbeat.
CHINA on Saturday said they does not have the “best chance” to win the 2015 Asian Cup, held in Australia in January, after their 23-man squad were unveiled.
THE stadiums and arenas where fans go to escape were invaded like never before in 2014 as the reality of racism, domestic violence and equality turned the Fields of Dreams into gloomy landscapes.
Malaysian cycling could have gone places if only the Malaysian National Cycling Federation (MNCF) had put its house in order.
EDINBURGH: Rangers caretaker manager Kenny McDowall said sorry to the Glasgow club’s support after his first match in charge ended in a 4-0 thrashing by Hibernian.
SPAIN striker Fernando Torres will join AC Milan permanently from Chelsea in the New Year, the English Premier League leaders said Saturday.
ZULFADLI Zulkifli hopes to reach the final of the National GP Finals for the first time. But he will first have to defeat national player Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin in the semi-final today.
BAYERN Munich will start 2015 with a record 11-point lead in the Bundesliga, sparking debate over how to stop Germany’s top flight becoming boring.
TRACK and field goes into the New Year in turmoil amid claims of institutionalised doping, notably in Russia, after a season that saw little of Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt in action.
PORT ELIZABETH (South Africa): Morne Morkel took two wickets off successive balls to end a promising start to the West Indies’ first innings on the third day of the second Test against South Africa at St George’s Park yesterday.
CHRISTCHURCH (New Zealand): Two late wickets by Trent Boult put New Zealand back in control of the first Test against Sri Lanka Sunday after a maiden Test century by Dimuth Karunaratne had briefly given the tourists a glimmer of hope.
STEVE Smith put Australia in command of the Third Test with a memorable innings to leave India with a massive task to stay alive in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series in Melbourne yesterday.
ENGLAND-BORN left-back Ben King could soon follow the path trodden by Brendan Gan in taking out Malaysian citizenship after impressing in trials with Super League champions Darul Ta’zim.
LONDON: Southampton went back into the Premier League’s top four with a 3-1 win against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Friday.
LONDON: Former England captain John Terry is performing as well in central defence as he was a decade ago, according to Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.
JOSE Mourinho believes his Chelsea side have improved sufficiently in 2014 to justify their position as Premier League leaders.
National junior Ng Eain Yow has a chance to match Ong Beng Hee’s feat by winning a third British Junior Open title when the competition begins in Sheffield on Friday.
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