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Klopp urges Liverpool to believe chase of Man City is possible

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LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp insisted Liverpool will not give up the chase of Manchester City at the top of the Premier League after bouncing back to winning ways to beat Brentford 3-0 on Sunday.
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Harrison hat-trick fires Leeds to victory at West Ham
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Football
Klopp urges Liverpool to believe chase of Man City is possible
Harrison hat-trick fires Leeds to victory at West Ham
Liverpool go second with comfortable win over Brentford
Gambia and Mali draw after two late VAR penalties
Benitez sacked as Everton manager
LONDON: Rafael Benitez was sacked as Everton manager on Sunday after just eight months in charge of the struggling Premier League club.
Fernandes urges Man Utd to learn from Villa meltdown
LONDON: Bruno Fernandes has urged Manchester United to learn from their frustrating collapse in a damaging 2-2 draw against Aston Villa.
Man City loss probably dashed Chelsea title hopes - Alonso
LONDON: Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso believes his side may have squandered their last chance to stay in the Premier League title race after they lost 1-0 to leaders Manchester City on Saturday.
Badminton
No India Open joy for Tang Jie-Yen Wei
Russians ruin their plans
Tze Yong bows out in India Open semis
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Kian Meng-Pei Jin roll into semis
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BAM extend partnership with Ehime
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Tze Yong marches on
Men’s singles shuttler Ng Tze Yong is unperturbed by the Covid-19 breakout at the India Open.
Tennis
Djokovic flies out of Australia after losing court appeal
'Disappointed' Djokovic says he will leave Australia
Djokovic's court defeat to shake up Australian Open draw
Australian federal court upholds cancellation of Djokovic's Australian visa
Djokovic fights Australia deportation in final court showdown
MELBOURNE: Novak Djokovic's lawyers painted Australia's effort to deport him as "irrational" and "unreasonable" Sunday, in an eleventh-hour bid to reinstate the tennis star's visa and allow him to remain in the country to defend his Australian Open crown.
Red-hot Karatsev downs Murray to win Sydney title
SYDNEY: World number 20 Aslan Karatsev produced a masterclass Saturday to power past Andy Murray in the Sydney Classic final, signalling his intent of making another deep run at the Australian Open.
Djokovic back in detention as Australia cancels visa
MELBOURNE: Novak Djokovic was again detained in Australia Saturday, after authorities ripped up his visa for a second time and declared the unvaccinated tennis superstar a threat to the public.
Cycling
TSG riding high
Azizulhasni skips Asian meet
Nur Alia aims for 2024 Olympics
Sapura eye No 1 ranking in Asia
Sapura's Saari pips two others to elite mass start title
TEAM Sapura Cycling rider Saari Amri Abd Rasim clinched the men’s elite mass start event at the National Road Cycling Championships in Bukit Katil, Melaka yesterday.
Aiman retains tie trial title
TEAM Sapura Cycling got their national road cycling championships campaign off to a positive start after successfully defending the men’s elite individual time trial title in Melaka yesterday.
TSG aim to recapture national road title
TERENGGANU Cycling Team (TSG) are hoping for better luck at the National Road Championship which kicks off in Melaka today.
Golf
Australian Amateur Master title a huge boost for Jeneath
Golfers carded RM1,121,500 for charity at JGTA event
Ko Jin-young roars to LPGA Tour Championship title, Player of Year
Ashley falls short at WAAP
McIlroy captures 20th US PGA title with victory at Vegas
LOS ANGELES: Rory McIlroy captured his 20th career US PGA Tour title on Sunday, firing a six-under par 66 to win the CJ Cup by one stroke over Collin Morikawa.
Sizzling Streb seizes CJ Cup lead
Robert Streb rode a blistering start to an 11-under par 61 and the first-round lead on Thursday in the CJ Cup at the Summit Club in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Wire-to-wire win for South Korean Ko at LPGA Founders Cup
NEW YORK: South Korea’s Ko Jin-young completed a wire-to-wire victory on Sunday to defend her LPGA Founders Cup title and match Annika Sorenstam’s record for consecutive sub-70 rounds.
MMA
Agilan faces force of nature
Tetsuka hands TKO to Agilan
Avoid his 'big bombs'
Phillips anxious to get back into action
Scent of The Vampire
Mixed Martial Arts fighter Saiful ‘The Vampire’ Merican, who has been on the ropes since Covid-19 struck last year, has launched a men’s sports fragrance.
McGregor undergoes surgery, vows to return to octagon
LOS ANGELES: Conor McGregor underwent three hours of surgery on Sunday, less than 24 hours after suffering a “clean” break of his left shinbone during a devastating UFC defeat to American brawler Dustin Poirier.
McGregor suffers horrific broken leg in TKO loss to Poirier
LOS ANGELES: American brawler Dustin Poirier overpowered Conor McGregor on Saturday in Las Vegas, winning their lightweight UFC trilogy fight by a TKO after the Irishman appeared to snap his left leg in the waning moments of the opening round.
Motor Sports
Abu Dhabi F1 inquiry decision set for March 18
Helping Adam to find new team
PETRONAS launches motorsport roadshows in Penang, Johor and Melaka
Hafizh ready to spice up SuperMoto event
Adam vows to continue riding
Former Moto3 rider Adam Norrodin admitted that his dream to compete in MotoGP is as good as over but is determined to continue racing in other championships.
Danial promoted to Moto3 World Juniors
KUALA LUMPUR: Danial Syahmi Sharil, who almost lost his leg in a horrific crash in 2018, has moved one step closer to achieving his dream of riding in MotoGP one day.
Motorsports: Another challenging year
WITH the Covid-19 pandemic yet to be overcome, it proved to be another challenging year for Malaysian motorsports — both on and off track.
Cricket
Australian bowlers destroy England again to win Ashes 4-0
English openers give some hope at tea, Australia out for 155
India eyes next Test captain as Kohli era ends
Khawaja torments England again as Australia chase 4-0 series lead
Australia push on with 188-run lead in Ashes Test
SYDNEY: Australia built their overall lead to 188 runs but lost openers David Warner and Marcus Harris in the search for runs to force a result in the fourth Ashes Test in Sydney on Saturday.
Stokes defies injury with fighting half-century in Ashes Test
SYDNEY: Wincing Ben Stokes produced a counter-punching half-century to help England recover from a collapse of early wickets against Australia in the fourth Ashes Test in Sydney on Friday.
Smith punishes England as Australia take grip of 4th Ashes Test
SYDNEY: England’s problems mounted as Australia took a grip on the fourth Ashes Test, reaching 209 for three at lunch on the second day at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Thursday.
Others
Hoe Yean, Dhuha dominate Milo Swim meet
The 5s is finally here
Dhuha dominates Milo swim meet
Azlan Shah Cup set to make comeback
Is Arivalagan set to return?
IS former chief coach P. Arivalagan returning to the national karate team soon?
Hoe Yean books early Sea Games ticket
KUALA LUMPUR: Rising star Khiew Hoe Yean kickstarted the year by winning all three races he contested, while dipping under the Sea Games qualifying mark on the first day of the Milo age-group swimming championships today.
Bold Nasihin names 12 newbies for women's Asia Cup
KUALA LUMPUR: National women's coach Nasihin Nubli took a bold step when he named 12 newbies for the Asia Cup in Oman on Jan 21-28.