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Kohli urges India to be ‘ruthless’

Captain Virat Kohli has called on his players to be “ruthless” after the crushing one-day international series win over Australia that took India top of the world one-day rankings to add to their No. 1 Test status. A five-wicket win in the third game of theFULL STORY

TCA lift President’s Cup in Chiayi

By Duane Christie and Grant Dexter

Taipei Cricket Association (TCA) on Sunday defeated Formosa Cricket Club at the Sanmin grounds in Chiayi City, claiming the President’s Cup on a tough batting wicket. After slow over rates in an earlier game saw the final reduced to 15 overs per side, Formosa won theFULL STORY

England hero Moeen Ali ‘presses button’ in six-fest

Moeen Ali on Sunday said his six-laden one-day international century against the West Indies in Bristol, England, was simply a matter of deciding to “press the button and play a few shots.” Ali struck England’s second-fastest one-day century off just 53 balls, with his second 50FULL STORY

Sagan bounces back from Tour troubles

Peter Sagan on Sunday turned around an annus horribilis in style, celebrating his third straight road race world title less than three months after being kicked off the Tour de France. The Slovakian outsprinted local favorite Alexander Kristoff and Australian Michael Matthews, who were second andFULL STORY

Hardy hits crowd-pleasing homer as Orioles beat Rays

If this was indeed J.J. Hardy’s final game at Camden Yards with the Orioles, he could not have asked for a better scenario. Hardy on Sunday enjoyed an unforgettable afternoon during an otherwise dreary season, hitting a crowd-pleasing home run and scoring twice to help BaltimoreFULL STORY

Jaguars’ Ramsey wants recognition for defense

Jalen Ramsey knew the Baltimore Ravens were considered to have one of the better defenses in the NFL. Five turnovers in consecutive games to open the season will earn a team that reputation, but Ramsey, the Jacksonville Jaguars’ second-year cornerback, also knew his team could beFULL STORY

Kipchoge misses record in rainy Berlin2017-09-25

Olympic champion Eliud Kipchoge yesterday staved off a surprise challenge from Ethiopian debutant Guye Adola to win an enthralling Berlin Marathon, but missed out on his bid to set a new world record. Prior to the race, Kipchoge, fellow Kenyan Wilson Kipsang and Ethiopia’s Kenenisa BekeleFULL STORY

Wozniacki retains Tokyo crown in walkover2017-09-25

Defending champion Caroline Wozniacki yesterday romped to a 6-0, 7-5 victory over Russia’s Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova to win her third WTA Pan Pacific Open. The Danish former world No. 1 needed only 75 minutes to complete the rout under the Tokyo sunshine, capturing her first title ofFULL STORY

ICC confirms corruption unit probe into Sri Lanka2017-09-25

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Saturday announced it had initiated investigations in Sri Lanka and that officers from its anti-corruption unit (ACU) had recently visited the country. ICC general manager Alex Marshall confirmed the probe in a statement issued from the global governingFULL STORY

North Korea top U-16s with 2-0 win; Taiwan beat Macau2017-09-25

By Jason Pan

North Korea were undefeated in the U-16 soccer Group F qualifier, with a 2-0 shutout over Hong Kong, while Taiwan triumphed 3-0 over Macau yesterday. North Korea claimed all 12 points with four wins in four matches — all played at the Fu Jen Catholic UniversityFULL STORY

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