Though India lost unexpectedly to Australia in the first T20I by sheer 4 runs, we couldn’t overlook Shikhar Dhawan’s splendid performance. He has the total of 648 T20I runs 2018 as he scored of 76 runs from 42 balls in the 1st T2O1 against Australia which kept the game going in the 174 chases as the visitors kept dropping wickets at steady intermissions. Dhawan has surpassed Virat Kohli’s record of 641 T20I runs (2016).



FC Pune city finally busts their trailing misfortune by kicking down Jamshedpur FC in the ongoing of the ISL series by the swift score of 2-1. The conquest elevated Pune from the bottom of the ISL points table into the eighth position with five points from eight matches. Jamshedpur, on the other hand, grieved their first downfall and are positioned fourth with 11 points from eight matches.


Anjum Moudgil won several hearts along with 5 medals at the 62nd National shooting championship competitions at the National game shooting range in Vattiyurkarvu in Thiruvananthapuram. Sub-inspector with Punjab police, she supplemented women’s 50m rifle prone gold with a score of 619.1 and reserved the head in a category which has now become a non-Olympic event. Now finally she plans to add Tokyo games gold to her bag.



Former Chelsea and Ivory Coast forward Didier Drogba has confirmed his retirement as a player. The 40-year-old recorded 164 goals in 381 appearances over two hexes with Chelsea, helping them win the Premier League four times and the Champions League in 2012, as well as four FA Cup triumphs and three League Cup victories. Drogba had been playing this season in the United States with Phoenix Rising, the second-tier club at which he is a co-owner

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                           India will be beholding to delete the memories of a wrecking world cup final downfall last year when they take on England in the semi-finals of the women’s World t20 on Friday. India beat two formidable teams of New Zealand by 34 runs and Australia y 48 runs maintaining all win record at the league stage. The backbones of the Indian women’s team are skipper and captain Harmanpreet Kaur and Mithali Raj which will be the key players for the success of Indian squad against England.