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Rohit: Team unity wins you championships

Mumbai had managed to keep the core of their team - Rohit Sharma , Harbhajan Singh, Kieron Pollard, Lasith Malinga and Ambati Rayudu, a clear indication of their success this decade. "Today was the flawless day". "We lost wickets, or they bowled a good over". Last season, he took 23 wickets in 17 matches to become the leading wicket-taker.


Superhero Games That Need to Be Made

Superhero Games That Need to Be Made

Again, it's not the most glamorous thing in the world, but if you want to eventually take the Injustice 2 fight online or even visit offline events, you're going to need to spend a good amount of time making sure you know techniques like the back of your hand.



Africa Cup victor to join tough group at Rugby World Cup

Ireland have met Japan twice before in the Rugby World Cup, beating in Dublin in 1991 and South Africa in 1995, but the Irish will be wary of a developing nation that memorably beat South Africa in the last World Cup. "We can assume they will be good sides if they're going to make it, so it is what it is". They said: "Who's calling it the group of death?" It's likely they're going to continue to improve over the next few years.


La Liga win is bigger than World Cup for Zidane

La Liga win is bigger than World Cup for Zidane

Madrid will be trying to win its third Champions League title in four seasons in a final against Juventus in Cardiff on June 3. "I get the feeling Real Madrid supporters are anxious that Florentino Perez is going to bring chequebook players in again", he said.


Isco ends doubts over Madrid future after leading them to title

Isco ends doubts over Madrid future after leading them to title

Keylor Navas was chuffed to win the La Liga title with Real Madrid on the final day of the season on Sunday. Isco has been a key part of Madrid's form in the second half of the season, notching a total of 10 league goals in 30 appearances, just 18 of them starts.



Ginobili still undecided on retirement

After all, why play 82 regular-season games and go through three rounds of the playoffs only to end up with the same two teams that were in the finals previous year? That's how the Warriors have built this: They have Durant, they have Stephen Curry playing at a very high level (36 points Monday), they have a defense that can clamp down on vulnerable offenses, and they have the Brown-Steve Kerr coaching tandem that keeps everything settled.