Bengaluru, Nov 3: Former Bengaluru FC coach Ashley Westwood on Thursday said the urge to win more trophies and determination not to lower intensity has been the cornerstone for the I-League club’s peerless success in a very short span of time.
Madrid, Nov 3: Borussia Dortmund punched their ticket for the knockout stage of the 2016-2017 Champions League with a 1-0 win against Sporting, while title-holder Real Madrid needed a late goal to draw 3-3 with Legia Warsaw and Sevilla romped home 4-0 over Dinamo Zagreb.
Santiago, Nov 3: Chilean football manager Juan Antonio Pizzi has declined to comment on the FIFA ruling that gave Chile three points in a World Cup qualifier against Bolivia after the latter was penalised for fielding an illegal player.
Dortmund (Germany), Nov 3: Borussia Dortmund advanced into the knockout stages of the Champions League after a goal from Adrian Ramos saw them edge past Sporting Clube de Portugal 1-0 in a group stage clash here.
Rio de Janeiro, Nov 3: Rio de Janeiro giants Fluminense have made Peru international forward Jefferson Farfan their key transfer target for next season, according to media reports.
Madrid, Nov 3: Sevilla have all but booked their place in the last 16 of the Champions League with a comfortable 4-0 win at home to Dinamo Zagreb which gives them 10 points from their opening four group matches.
Nairobi, Nov 3: After a slip-up during the Olympic Games, world 1,500m silver medalist Elijah Manangoi is on redemption path to a world record next season.
Paris, Nov 3: Stan Wawrinka was shown the door at the Paris Masters during his opening match as Novak Djokovic claimed an easy win and Andy Murray struggled through.
Buenos Aires, Nov 3: Argentinean men’s tennis team captain Daniel Orsanic has announced that he has chosen the same line-up that beat the UK to face Croatia in the Davis Cup final on Novemnber 25-27 in Zagreb.
Chicago, Nov 3: As a sport, nothing rivals football. Cricket may generate great intensity among its followers but the game’s geographic spread and cultural underpinnings pale in comparison with football. Between Europe and South America, football has emerged as an extraordinary cultural, social and political force that lends itself naturally to sport literature.