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Qatar top group with win over Iran

Qatar top group with win over Iran

Defending champion and 2015 world silver medallist Qatar defeated Iran 35-20 to cement its position at the top of the Group A at the 18th Asian Games yesterday.

Tiberkanine brace spoils Eto’o’s Qatar SC debut

Tiberkanine brace spoils Eto’o’s Qatar SC debut

Rachid Tiberkanine scored a brace as Al Sailiya beat Qatar SC 2-0 in Samuel Eto’o’s QNB Stars League debut at the Al Sadd Stadium yesterday. Eto’o, the former Barcelona and Cameroon star, joined Qatar SC earlier this week but could not stop his new team from their second successive loss.

Ronaldo to make Juventus debut against Chievo

Ronaldo to make Juventus debut against Chievo

Cristiano Ronaldo is curious to find out about life in Serie A and will make his debut in the opening match of the season for champions Juventus against Chievo in Verona, coach Massimiliano Allegri confirmed yesterday.

Mbappe set for first PSG appearance after World Cup

Mbappe set for first PSG appearance after World Cup

World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe has been named in Paris Saint-Germain’s squad for the first time this season as the French champions go to Guingamp in Ligue 1 today. Mbappe did not play in their league opener, a 3-0 win over Caen last weekend, having only returned to training a few days earlier follo

We will make amends against Kharaitiyat: Arabi coach Bonacic

We will make amends against Kharaitiyat: Arabi coach Bonacic

Al Arabi coach Luka Bonacic hopes his team will bounce back after a humiliating 1-10 thrashing from Al Sadd last week. Arabi will take on Al Kharaitiyat today in their Week 3 QNB Stars League match.

Tosin carries medal hopes in brother Femi’s absence

Tosin carries medal hopes in brother Femi’s absence

Tosin Ogunode is hoping to break out of his brother Femi’s shadow and carve out his own identity at the Asian Games when the athletics programme begins on August 25.

Workmen hold their own ‘Asian Games’

Workmen hold their own ‘Asian Games’

Jakarta workmen held their own version of the Asian Games in the city’s streets as they downed tools for Indonesia’s annual independence day celebrations yesterday.

Indian grandmother leads elderly charge for bridge gold

Indian grandmother leads elderly charge for bridge gold

Rita Choksi says yoga and breathing exercises have kept her sharp as the Indian grandmother goes for gold at the age of 79 — just one of many elderly contenders in the Asian Games bridge competition.

Balandin can find mojo in Jakarta, say Japan swimmers

Balandin can find mojo in Jakarta, say Japan swimmers

Kazakhstan history-maker Dmitriy Balandin has suffered a raging hangover since winning Olympic swimming gold in Rio — but his closest rivals are taking nothing for granted at the Asian Games.

Korea still united despite first loss

Korea still united despite first loss

A joint Korean women’s basketball team recorded their first loss at the Asian Games yesterday but their coach insisted the players have put aside their national identities and are determined to win as a united squad.

Sarri eyes Chelsea boost, Emery seeks Arsenal victory

Sarri eyes Chelsea boost, Emery seeks Arsenal victory

Chelsea and Arsenal’s new regimes under Maurizio Sarri and Unai Emery got off to contrasting Premier League starts, but today’s clash between the two will provide a truer test of where the London rivals stand.

England recall Stokes as they seek India series win

England recall Stokes as they seek India series win

England changed a winning side ahead of the third Test against India at Trent Bridge by recalling Ben Stokes just 72 hours after he was cleared on a charge of affray.

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