NAYPYIDAW: DIANA Bong has more than just the competition to worry about after the wushu world champion took ill as soon as she arrived for the Sea Games here.
SOUTH Korea showed their might in New Delhi yesterday when they whipped Canada 7-4 in Group C of the Junior World Cup at the Dhyan Chand Stadium.
EVERY game will be like a final for the Malaysian women's basketball team as they bid to regain the Sea Games gold medal they last won in 2007.
STRUGGLE: Manager demands response from slumping United
GARY Cahill reckons Chelsea are showing the character required to pull off a second successive away victory at Stoke City today and so increase the pressure on Premier League leaders Arsenal.
LONDON: Former Cardiff City head of recruitment Iain Moody claims he has still not been told why he was sacked by the club's owner, Tan Sri Vincent Tan.
MADRID: Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino has said he can't guarantee that World Player of the Year Lionel Messi will be fit to feature when his side return to action after the Spanish winter break in January.
SERIE A: Pirlo-less Juve ready for crucial week
SEA Games hockey coach Tai Beng Hai has warned his 18-member squad not to treat the rivals lightly as the former international sees Myanmar and Singapore as potential threats in Yangon.
NAYPYIDAW: The national water polo team found Singapore too hot to handle as the favourites launched their bid for a 25th consecutive Sea Games gold with a 18-7 win at Zayar Thiri Sports Complex yesterday.