LONDON • Chelsea pair Tammy Abraham and Ben Chilwell and Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho did not join the England squad yesterday after the three players were filmed apparently flouting coronavirus restrictions at a
Of all things in sport, invention is perhaps the most delightful and suffering the most absorbing. Marathoners enthral me, so do solitary rowers across oceans, Arctic swimmers whose frozen hands can't grip the water and desert walkers who leave toenails
ORLANDO • Jimmy Butler insisted that even with two key starters hurt and two double-digit defeats in the books, the Miami Heat were not done in the National Basketball Association (NBA) Finals.
On Sunday, he showed it, delivering a 40-point
PARIS • Alexander Zverev lost in the fourth round of the French Open on Sunday, but it became clear after the match that he likely should not have competed at all.
"I'm completely sick," the 23-year-old said following his four-set
TURIN (Italy) • Napoli failed to turn up for their Serie A clash at Juventus in Turin on Sunday after a coronavirus row threw Italian football into chaos.
The match was abandoned 45 minutes after its scheduled start time after
PARIS • An emotional Petra Kvitova yesterday hailed her first appearance in the French Open quarter-finals since 2012 as a welcome reminder of the two-time Wimbledon champion's ability on all surfaces.
The Czech seventh seed cruised into the last eight
The goals just keep coming. There have been 144 goals from the opening 38 Premier League games this campaign, an average of 3.79 per match.
That is the highest goals per game
The event had 26 fitness instructors and 16 youths from SportCares - the philanthropic arm of national agency Sport Singapore - lead participants in KpopX, Fight Do and Zumba workouts over Zoom.
Co-founded by local fitness instructor Jeni Lim and
LONDON • Jurgen Klopp admitted Liverpool created the "wrong type" of history after they "lost the plot" to play into Aston Villa's hands in their 7-2 humbling at Villa Park in the Premier League on Sunday.
BERLIN (AFP) - Bayern Munich made a trio of transfer deadline day signings on Monday (Oct 5) led by Juventus winger Douglas Costa and Cameroon forward Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting from Paris Saint-Germain.
Both signed one-year contracts while the European champions