India were reeling at 151 for five at stumps in response to Australia's first innings score of 469, trailing by 318 runs.
Despite the pressure of being the top seed at Roland Garros, Alcaraz has never lost his smile this fortnight -- a friendly assassin whose will to win is unrelenting.
Barcelona was mired in debt when Messi left in 2021. Two years later, the blaugrana's dwindling finances has once again failed to lure the Argentine back to the Camp Nou.
Usually, dates for the global events are announced well in advance to give fans an opportunity to plan their travel and accommodation properly apart from giving teams an idea of who they face when.
After months — years, even — of speculation, Messi on Wednesday finally revealed his decision to join a Miami franchise that has been led by another global football icon, David Beckham.
It is also a sad commentary on how the women’s game in India is viewed by at least some of its major players.
Batting first Ranipet made 208, in reply Thiruvallur were reeling at 49 for 4 in 15 overs at stumps.
Ananth Ganesh, who represented India at the 2022 Socca World Cup, feels most people will have their eyes on Man City.
The fourth-wicket duo had come together with Australia in trouble at 76-3 after being sent into bat in bowler-friendly conditions.
"Everybody knows his record, in 85-90 Tests, he has an average of 60 which is quite unbelievable," said Kohli.
Vinícius' biggest concern is that Spanish soccer authorities are doing little to stop the abuse, leading to racism being an accepted part of the game in a country where he has played since he was 18.
The protest, however, seems to have spilled over to the SAI centre in Sonepat where four-day selection trials to pick up the U-15 and 20 teams for the Asian Championships started on Monday.
The observers are part of a program run by Fare Network on behalf of European football's governing body UEFA
Two-time defending champion Verstappen started from the pole position and breezed to his fifth win of the year.
“It's not easy, but we'll see,” Barcelona president Joan Laporta said this weekend