"Five players will play career last World T20"

Five players will play career last World T20

World T20 opens on Tuesday, beginning with the preparatory stage. There are five players  who  likely to retire from this T20. SHAHID AFRIDI Pakistan legend Afridi quit Test cricket in 2010 and ODIs a...
MSN scored 100 up goals in this season

MSN scored 100 up goals in this season

Now the dangerous forward attack in this football world is MSN attack. MSN means Messi, Suarez and Neymar. Luis Suarez's strike against Eibar, coming after Lionel Messi had scored two before in the amusement, g...
Manchester United trio

Manchester United trio is back to play

Manchester United trio Fellaini, Jones and Valencia back in dispute after wounds. The Red Devils director is cheerful to see some of his harm emergency die down, despite the fact that the players are well on th...
"La-Liga: Neymar suspended in weekend action "

La-Liga: Neymar suspended in weekend action

Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane has some uplifting news for his side's home diversion against Celta Vigo on Saturday evening after Welsh forward Gareth Bale completed his recovery from a calf injury. ...
"World T20: Pakistan threatens pulling out"

World T20: Pakistan threatens pulling out

The Pakistan Cricket Board reported yesterday that they would not attend the upcoming ICC World Twenty20 in the event that they are not ensured idiot proof security and an "public statement" about its investmen...
Costa and Kenedy Seal Victory for Chelsea

Costa and Kenedy Seal Victory for Chelsea

Guus Hiddink's men required only 39 seconds to lead the pack at Carrow Road because of the Brazilian winger-turned-full-back's furious strike, as Alex Neil's men lost once more. A first-minute goal scoring from...
Pato in line to start for Chelsea

Pato in line to start for Chelsea

The Brazil universal Pato joined the club from Corinthians in January however has yet to make an aggressive begin for the Blues, however he might highlight against the Canaries Chelsea director Guus Hiddink say...