Cricket

India vs Australia 218-19: SCG century the turning point for me, says V. V. S. Laxman

[ad_1] Before V. V. S. Laxman cemented his place in cricket history with his epic 281 at Kolkata, there was a time when he was in danger of losing his spot in the Indian team. Coming into the second essay of the Sydney Test of the 1999-2000 India-Australia series, Laxman had recorded just 249 runs in his previous 15 innings.MORE FROM AUS v INDLaxman resurrected his career with a brilliant
Football

By signing Pulisic Chelsea send message to their rivals and Hazard

[ad_1] Raphael Honigstein reacts to the news that American starlet Christian Pulisic has agreed to sign for Chelsea from Borussia Dortmund. Beating Mexico or beating Bayern? Dempsey or Donovan? We put USMNT starlet Christian Pulisic on the spot in our latest edition of 'You Have To Answer.' With reports Chelsea have bid for over €50 million Christian Pulisic, Craig Burley isn't sure it's the right move for the young American.
Football

Sydney FC change tack and broaden search to bolster striker corps

[ad_1] New Sydney FC signing Anthony Caceres speaks on why the Sky Blues are a perfect fit for him. Sydney FC have pivoted in their hunt for a speedy striker, with coach Steve Corica now keeping his options open to sign a target man during the transfer window. Corica has been outspoken about the need to replace the pace of injured attacker Trent Buhagiar, who looked set for a breakout
Football

Cillian Sheridan joins Wellington Phoenix from Jagiellonia Bialystok

[ad_1] Ola Toivonen's equaliser earned Melbourne Victory a point to send them top of the A-League. Central Coast's torrid season continues after a poor performance against Wellington Phoenix left them four points adrift at the bottom of the table. Wellington coach Mark Rudan says midseason recruit Cillian Sheridan will provide much-needed competition in his strike force for the second half of the A-League season. The mid-table Phoenix announced on Thursday
Cricket

India vs Australia Test series: India on the cusp of history, Sydney Test, 4th Test preview

[ad_1] India’s unwavering pursuit of history hit a minor glitch in 11th hour with injury concerns but Virat Kohli’s men will still walk in as overwhelming favourite against a faltering Australia in the fourth and final Test starting Thursday.Leading 2-1 in the four-match series, India remains firm favourites to make it 3-1 at the Sydney Cricket Ground despite serious fitness issue pertaining to its premier spinner Ravichandran Ashwin and senior
Football

Melbourne Victory’s Keisuke Honda set for month-long stint on the sidelines

[ad_1] Brisbane Roar ended their five game losing streak after they came back twice to earn a point against the Newcastle Jets at the McDonald Jones stadium. Melbourne City moved to fourth on the A-League ladder with a 2-0 win over WS Wanderers outfit Inspired by veteran goalkeeper Eugene Galekovic Perth Gory will end 2018 atop the A-League, but they were delayed by 45 minutes in their win over Central