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Al Sailiya crowned QFA Cup champions

Al Sailiya crowned QFA Cup champions

Al Sailiya were crowned QFA Cup champions after beating Al Markhiya 1-0 at Hamad Bin Khalifa Stadium. Al Sailiya collected their second title this season after winning the Ooredoo Cup at the expense of Al Rayyan in March.

Qatar’s Barshim ready for return to action at Ready Steady Tokyo meet

Qatar’s Barshim ready for return to action at Ready Steady Tokyo meet

World high jump champion Mutaz Barshim will make his first appearance outside of his home country for two years at the Ready Steady Tokyo meeting, part of the World Athletics Continental Tour Gold series, in the Japanese capital on Saturday.

Nadal, Osaka win top Laureus sports awards

Nadal, Osaka win top Laureus sports awards

Tennis players Rafael Nadal and Naomi Osaka picked up the Laureus Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year awards with football star Mo Salah and Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton also recognised.

Zverev stuns Nadal  ahead of French Open

Zverev stuns Nadal ahead of French Open

Rafael Nadal lost 6-4, 6-4 to Germany’s Alexander Zverev in the Madrid Open quarter-finals yesterday, casting doubts over the Spaniard’s form ahead of this month’s French Open.

Emery gets revenge on Arsenal as Villarreal reach Europa final

Emery gets revenge on Arsenal as Villarreal reach Europa final

Villarreal boss Unai Emery came back to haunt Arsenal as the Spanish side held out for a 0-0 draw at the Emirates on Thursday night to set up a Europa League final against Manchester United with a 2-1 victory on aggregate.

Glazer promises Man United fans he accepts ‘need for change’

Glazer promises Man United fans he accepts ‘need for change’

Manchester United co-chairman Joel Glazer has written to fans acknowledging the “need for change” and better communication after protests forced the postponement of last Sunday’s Premier League match against Liverpool.

Champions League can wait, Guardiola’s eyes fixed on English title

Champions League can wait, Guardiola’s eyes fixed on English title

Manchester City’s home clash with Chelsea today is being dubbed a dress rehearsal for the Champions League final but manager Pep Guardiola says the only thing on his mind is the victory that will confirm the Premier League title.

Inter entering ‘new cycle’, says Lukaku

Inter entering ‘new cycle’, says Lukaku

Inter Milan, who ended the record reign of nine consecutive titles of Italian champions Juventus, can start “a new cycle”, says star striker Romelu Lukaku in an interview published yesterday.

Super League rebels face sanctions after defectors sign deal with UEFA

Super League rebels face sanctions after defectors sign deal with UEFA

The three teams that remain involved in the breakaway Super League operation, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus, face sanctions from UEFA, who have reached an agreement with the nine other clubs.

Abid and Azhar tons put Pakistan in strong position

Abid and Azhar tons put Pakistan in strong position

Centuries by Abid Ali and Azhar Ali put Pakistan in a strong position on the first day of the second Test against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club yesterday.

‘Money’ Mayweather looking to entertain — for ‘crazy’ payday

‘Money’ Mayweather looking to entertain — for ‘crazy’ payday

Floyd Mayweather has untold riches, private jets, yachts and mansions yet the desire to entertain remains.

Jadeja, Shami set to return to India action in World Test final against NZ

Jadeja, Shami set to return to India action in World Test final against NZ

Indian selectors yesterday brought back star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja and seam bowler Mohamed Shami into the squad for the World Test Championship final against New Zealand next month and the subsequent five-match series against England.

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