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Moeen Ali insisted no one in the England camp was getting carried away after they underlined their Champions Trophy

Barca seek salvage in Copa del Rey final

Only victory in Saturday's Copa del Rey final against Alaves will salvage some pride from Barcelona's season and give

Balance key to Tigers' success

Bangladesh will start their ICC Champions Trophy campaign when they will take on host England in the opening match

Ronaldo may face tax-fraud charges

Spanish prosecutors are considering whether Cristiano Ronaldo should face charges over allegations by the country's tax agency that he

Missing stars let French Open pretenders dream

Serena Williams' bombshell pregnancy announcement last month triggered a sequence of events that has left this year's women's draw

India, Pakistan to discuss bilateral ties on May 29

India and Pakistan continue to play each other at global tournaments but have not played a full bilateral series

ICC calls for T20 TV umpire

A top international cricket committee on Thursday called for TV referrals to be used in T20 internationals and gave

Balance key for Tigers in Champions Trophy comeback

While the format of the Champions Trophy meant that Bangladesh missed out on spots

England have no weaknesses: Kohli

Man Utd target 3 or 4 signings in 'crazy' transfer window

Manchester United are likely to limit their summer spending to three or four key

Morgan ton sets up England win over South Africa

England captain Eoin Morgan's fine century laid the platform for a 72-run win over South Africa in the day/night

Tigers confident of Champions Trophy

Bangladesh still have two more warm-up matches before their Champions Trophy opener but captain Mashrafe Mortaza admits their five-wicket

Pogba sends grieving ManU to emotional Europa triumph

Paul Pogba dedicated victory to the victims of this week's Manchester terror attack after propelling Manchester United towards a

BCCI raises concerns after Manchester attack

The Indian cricket board has sent a security officer to England amid concerns over team safety in the Champions

'I haven't felt this good in years'

Former world number one Tiger Woods said Wednesday he is feeling better than he has for years and the

Nadal targets title, Murray wants to rediscover him

With the world's top five filled for the first time by players over 30, Rafael Nadal is poised to

ME 12 emerge champs

The 12th batch of Mechanical Engineering department of Chittagong University of Engineering & Technology (CUET) beat the 14th batch

Tigers claim 6th Position in ODI ranking

Bangladesh claim the sixth position in ICC ODI rankings as they beat New Zealand in their tri-series at the Clantorf

Man Utd beat Ajax to win Europa League

Manchester United claimed their second major trophy of the season and secured Champions League

Morgan, Moeen star in handsome victory

Eoin Morgan is an England captain who senses his time has come. He has reshaped England's

Tigers restrict Kiwis to 270

Thanks to brilliant bowing at death overs Bangladesh has restricted New Zealand to 270 for the loss of 8

'FA final is about Arsenal, not me'

Arsene Wenger insists Saturday's FA Cup final is about much more than him and his future, and revolves instead

Australia players move to take back image rights

Australian cricketers Wednesday unveiled plans to take back their own image rights, firing the latest salvo in an ongoing

'Asia to beat Africa to World Cup win'

Asia has overtaken Africa and now looks the more likely continent to produce a World Cup-winning team, according to

Several Medals from Rio Olympics damaged

More than 80 American athletes have returned medals they won at the Rio Olympics to U.S. Olympic Committee headquarters

Sharapova gets wildcard in Toronto

Former world number one Maria Sharapova, making a comeback after a 15-month doping ban, has been awarded a wildcard

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