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When Kumble, the left-arm spinner, solved Pujara's puzzle
 
RANCHI: A legendary former leg-spinner, India coach Anil Kumble went to the extent of bowling left-arm spin to help Cheteshwar Pujara overcome the challenges posed by Steve O'Keefe in the ongoing Test series against Australia. Pujara, who fell to left-arm spinner O'Keefe and premier pacer Mitchell Starc in the Pune Test, struck a gritty 92 in the second innings to set up a series-levelling win for India in Bengaluru

Mitchell Starc out of India tour with stress fracture
 
RANCHI: Australia's premier pacer Mitchell Starc was today ruled out of the remaining two Tests against India with a stress fracture in his right foot, dealing a major blow to the team's fortunes. Starc was handy with both bat and ball in the opening two Tests, picking up five wickets besides scoring a crucial half century on a rank turner in Pune.

Bolt, Biles win Laureus Sportsperson of the year award
 
MONACO: Sprint king Usain Bolt pipped the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and LeBron James to win the 'Sportsman of the Year' trophy for the record-equalling fourth time while gymnast Simone Biles clinched the top honour in the women's category at the Laureus World Awards here. They are the little and large of sport while Bolt stands 1.95 metres, Biles measures just 1.45 metres but they were both giants at the Rio Olympics and enjoyed an ecstatic welcome as they received their statuettes here, the birthplace of the first ever Laureus awards 17 years ago.

Starc will challenge Kohli throughout the series: Hussey
 
NEW DELHI: It will take a "collective bowling effort" from Australia to counter the Virat Kohli phenomenon but former batsman Mike Hussey believes that Mitchell Starc with his abilities will pose some serious challenge for the Indian captain throughout the Test series. Kohli recently eclipsed Sir Don Bradman's world record scoring four double hundreds in four successive Test series.

SC appoints ex CAG Vinod Rai to head BCCI
 
NEW DELHI: Supreme Court on Monday appointed four-member committee led by ex CAG Vinod Rai to administer BCCI. The other members of committee includes historian Ramachandra Guha, IDFC official Vikram Limaye and ex-women cricket captain Diana Edulji.

India U-19 lose first 'ODI' despite Rana ton
 
MUMBAI: Opener Himanshu Rana's impressive century (101) went in-vain as England U-19 defeated India U-19 in the opening game of the five-match series, here today. Chasing a total of 256 set by the visitors riding on a Delray Rawlins hundred, India lost teen sensation Prithvi Shaw (9) early but Haryana lad Rana hit 12 boundaries and a six in his 87-ball knock as India were all out for 233 in 42.5 overs. Right-handed Shubhman Gill made 29 off 27 balls.

Murray rules the world after humbling of Djokovic
 
LONDON: His season had already provided several unforgettable chapters but Andy Murray saved the best to last as he eclipsed Novak Djokovic 6-3 6-4 to claim his first ATP World Tour Finals title and rubberstamp the year-end top ranking on Sunday. Against a man who has so often been his nemesis, Britain's golden boy Murray produced a relentless display to claim a ninth title of a year which included a second Wimbledon crown and Olympic gold in Rio.

S Africa win by 177 runs to extend Aussies' losing streak
 
PERTH: Emerging paceman Kagiso Rabada took five wickets as South Africa won by 177 runs here to hand Australia a rare defeat in the first home cricket Test of their season today. Set a huge victory target of 539, Australia were dismissed in their second innings for 361 on the final day as they succumbed to their fourth straight Test defeat.

S Africa win by 177 runs to extend Aussies' losing streak
 
PERTH: Emerging paceman Kagiso Rabada took five wickets as South Africa won by 177 runs here to hand Australia a rare defeat in the first home cricket Test of their season today. Set a huge victory target of 539, Australia were dismissed in their second innings for 361 on the final day as they succumbed to their fourth straight Test defeat.

Messi reaches 500-goal mark, Bale keeps Madrid top
 
MADRID: Lionel Messi, with his 500th Barcelona goal, and Luis Suarez saved the Spanish champions from a second defeat in six days as they came from behind to win 2-1 at Sevilla. Victory yesterday keeps Barca just two points adrift of Real Madrid, who were 3-0 victors over Leganes thanks to a double from Gareth Bale. Madrid also announced that Cristiano Ronaldo will extend his contract with the European champions until 2021 today.


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