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Sam Curran worked his magic in the IPL , claiming victory for Punjab over Delhi. Curran is a left-handed batsman and left-arm medium-fast bowler who claimed a hat-trick as he took four wickets in just five balls!
Curran was certainly overwhelmed by the energy in the stadium during that time. This was definitely one of the most memorable matches played at the IPL 2019 so far.
Liverpool and Man City battle it out to win the English Premier league title at a 1 point difference for Liverpool who is at the higher end.Man City had kicked off the weekend’s action with a comfortable 2-0 win at Fulham, but Liverpool’s late win puts the pressure back on the champions.
Who do you think will take the trophy home?
Andy Murray, who is a former Wimbledon champion says he is “pain-free” after hip surgery but playing singles at Wimbledon is not certain. Murray had hip resurfacing surgery in January, which he said meant it was possible he would not be able to play professionally again. He does want to be able to go back to playing but for now his well- being is of utmost importance.
“The rehab is slow but going well,” the 31-year-old Briton said.
Fair and square? Or beware! Pullela Gopichand believes the Badminton Association of India (BAI) should ban players who indulge in age-fudging.
Age-fudging has always been a huge problem in Indian sports with some associations such as the Indian cricket board (BCCI) and Table Tennis Federation of India who have handed out bans on guilty players. However, Former India coach Vimal Kumar, feels quite differently- that banning the players will be unfair.
“Banning a player for 2-3 years is not right because suspending them will kill a talent,” he said.
The NBA has got their eyes on a MONSTAR- Jamal Brown !
Only 12 years of age, Jamal brown who is in year 6 and a whooping 1.93 cm tall is dominating all of his basketball tournaments. He is part of MADE hoops and displayed fine basketball skills on the court. Jamal is great at dribbling and passing the ball to a teammate, both of which require considerable skill. In comparison to his teammates and opponents- he makes 6 graders seem like toddlers.
Dont believe us? Watch this and find out for yourself!
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