The tour to New Zealand is England’s first action since the most memorable summer of cricket for over a decade. The five-match T20 series was narrowly won by the visitors. Quite unbelievably, a super over was again needed to separate the sides, meaning New Zealand will surely be tired of cricket’s tiebreaker.
Popularity in the U.K was flourishing after an exhilarating Ashes series and glorious World Cup triumph. A new head coach, Chris Silverwood, was at the helm, ready to lead the team to success. Young talents Jofra Archer, Dom Sibley, and Ollie Pope were all included in the squad, poised to make their mark.
The highly anticipated match of round two of the European Rugby Champions Cup ended all square as JJ Hanrahan fails at the death to oust genius of Russell and Racing 92.
Image Credit- The Independent The suddenness of Tottenham Hotspurs sacking Pochettino as their manager and the quick appointment of Jose Mourinho last week was a surprise to many. Although Spurs have been struggling in recent […]
Image credit- Tokyo 2020 All thirty six referees which were involved in the 2016 Olympics in Brazil have been banned from officiating at the Olympics in Tokyo next year. The IOC (International Olympic Committee) made […]
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As yet another six month qualification process finally draws to a close, it is once again possible to hear the relieved, resounding sigh of football fans nationwide: the international break is over, and we are again free to consume our ceaseless buffet of Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup football ( Until the play-offs next March, that is).
Tottenham’s unexpected sacking of Mauricio Pochettino signalled they had another trick up their sleeve. Lo and behold it is the Premier League’s human equivalent of a rash you can’t get rid of…. José Mourinho.
Image Credit- Getty Images England’s long awaited return to test cricket falls on the 20th of November. The tour to New Zealand is England’s first action since the most memorable summer of cricket for over […]
Image Credit- ghanasoccernet.com In recent years, many smaller teams have risen up the international football ladder. Costa Rica impressed in the 2014 World Cup, beating Luis Suarez led Uruguay 3-1, and maintaining a 0-0 draw […]