Sumit Nagal's unbeaten streak of seven matches was halted by fellow qualifier Ilya Ivashka as the Indian bowed out of Tata Open Maharashtra following a tame defeat, here on Tuesday Top Sports News- News18.com
An all-out aggressive East Bengal blanked Indian Arrows 2-0 in a one-sided I-League contest at the Ambedkar Stadium here on Tuesday. Attacking midfielder Mahmoud Al Amna opened the scoring for East Bengal with a superb curling free-kick in the 13th minute. Japanese star Katsumi Yusa doubled the lead with another excellent finish in the 16th minute Top Sports News- News18.com
Speaking after a year in which Madrid won a league and Champions League double and he was awarded his fifth Ballon d'Or, Ronaldo said 2017 had been "an incredible year on a lot of levels" Top Football News- News18.com
Rio de Janeiro: Neymar has been named the winner of the 2017 Samba de Ouro trophy, awarded to the best Europe-based Brazilian footballer.
Women hockey team's chief coach Harendra Singh has set his sights on achieving positive results against higher ranked sides as India embark on an "important" 2018 season. Top Sports News- News18.com
World number two Garbine Muguruza's wretched run of injury problems at the Brisbane International extended to a fourth consecutive year on Tuesday when the Spaniard succumbed to leg cramps in the third set of her opening match Top Sports News- News18.com
Beijing: Defending champions Japan will look to retain their title in the upcoming AFC U-23 Championship to be held in China next week, and with one eye firmly fixed on their role as host of the Olympic Games in 2020.
Former world number one Andy Murray withdrew from the Brisbane International with a hip problem on Tuesday, further putting in doubt the Briton's prospects of being fit in time for the Australian Open later this month Top Sports News- News18.com
London: Manchester United moved back to the second position on the English Premier League table with a 2-0 away victory over Everton after three straight draws.
Liverpool's £75 million ($ 100 million) splurge on Southampton's Virgil van Dijk indicated that the English Premier League will again be where most money is spent in the January transfer window. Top Football News- News18.com