Sanchez’s Man United form will improve with a goal: Solskjaer

Manchester United forward Alexis Sanchez is one goal away from regaining his confidence and opening the floodgates, reckons caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Sanchez has only scored two goals in all competitions for United this season and the Chile international is no longer a guaranteed starter under Solskjaer, with in-form youngsters Anthony Martial and Marcus... Continue Reading →

Liverpool favourites against inconsistent Bayern, says Kimmich

Liverpool's Premier League form and sturdy defence make them favourites in their Champions League last-16 tie against Bayern Munich on Tuesday, according to the German club's defender Joshua Kimmich. Liverpool are tied for the lead with Manchester City at the top of the Premier League and have conceded the least number of goals, losing only... Continue Reading →

Proteas women unchanged in final ODI

South Africa have opted to go unchanged in the third and final women’s One-Day International (ODI) against Sri Lanka in Potchefstroom on Sunday.The hosts took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match encounter on Thursday, but still want a series whitewash to collect much-needed points towards their ICC Women’s Championship campaign. Sri Lanka have won... Continue Reading →

Phehlukwayo lifts Dolphins to 308 for seven

Andile Phelukwayo’s 69 helped the Dolphins to 308 for seven in their Momentum One Day Cup clash against the Titans at Centurion on Sunday. Live Scoring Live Streaming.After both sides secured victories in their openers, this was an early opportunity for them to lay down claims as tournament favourites. The Titans’ dominant nine-wicket victory against... Continue Reading →

Robben picks Anfield as his ‘worst stadium’ ahead of Champions League return

Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has described Anfield as his "worst stadium" as he prepares for a return to face Liverpool in the Champions League last-16 clash on Tuesday.Dutchman Robben has some unhappy memories at the home of Liverpool, having suffered elimination from the European competition twice with Chelsea in 2005 and 2007, and with... Continue Reading →

New Zealand’s Fox wins European Tour’s World Super 6

New Zealand's Ryan Fox claimed his maiden European Tour title on Sunday, beating Spain's Adrian Otaegui on the final matchplay day at the World Super 6 in Perth.Under the tournament's innovative rules, there were three days of stroke play, cutting the field, before the top 24 players qualified for the knockout phase.By finishing in the... Continue Reading →

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