Latest Sports News in September 3rd Week 2023
Welcome back to our latest sports news weekly updates, where we bring you the latest events and breaking news from the thrilling realm of sports.
17th Sep: Beginning with the Cricket world, India crushed Sri Lanka to win the Asia Cup 2023 by a whopping 10-wicket victory. India’s Mohammad Siraj shined to glory by taking 6 wickets and giving a mere 21 runs. India destroyed the Sri Lankan batting lineup by ceasing them at only 50 runs and winning the match in 6.1 overs.
All the World Cup qualifying teams will now be looking forward to the ICC World Cup 2023, starting from 5th October.
In the Asian Games 2023 Women’s Cricket Quarter-finals, India Vs Malaysia and Pakistan Vs Indonesia were washed off with rain. However, both India and Pakistan qualified for the next stage because of their higher T20 international ranking.
Moving on to football, the Asian Games 2023 commences in Hangzhou, China, with several thrilling events taking place.
19th Sep: India faced the host China in its first group stage match, where India witnessed a humiliating defeat with a score of 5-1. The Indian team looked extremely fatigued during the match, raising questions about the team’s management.
21st Sep: Fortunately, India made a comeback by defeating Bangladesh by 1-0. South Korea, on the other hand, triumphed over team Thailand by winning the match with a score of 4-0.
China is making great rounds and defeated Myanmar by 4-0, too. China & India are currently leading Group A standings.
21st Sep: In the UEFA Champions League, Bayern Munich had a thrilling and super-exciting match with Manchester United. Munich crushed United to win the game by 4-3.
Arsenal played against PSV in the Group Stage of UEFA and won the match by a whopping 4-0 victory. Napoli defeated Braga with a score of 2-1, grabbing the 1st position in its group.
Sevilla and Lens held a draw with 1 each score. Real Madrid commenced its journey with a 1-0 victory against Union Berlin.
From the world of tennis,
16th Sep: India clinched victory in the Davis Cup 2023 World Group II qualifier match against Morocco with a score of 3-1. After the match, India’s famous tennis star Rohan Bopanna announced his retirement from the Davis Cup.
Another controversy arose with the Pakistan Tennis Federation refusing to shift the venues of Group 1 play-offs for India to neutral locations.
Hoping to other international sports events,
20th Sep: India’s Men Volleyball team defeated South Korea by 3-2 to enter the knockout stage at the Asian Games 2023.
21st Sep: The Indian rowing team made a terrific start in the Asian Games 2023 and entered the finals of 8 out of 10 rowing events.
19th Sep: In the ISSF World Cup 2023, being held at Rio de Janeiro, Indian rifle shooter Nischal Singh wins silver in her first appearance.
And that’s a wrap for this edition of sports news weekly updates. Stay tuned with us for more!
Latest Sports News in September 2nd Week 2023
The fast-paced sports world brings a fresh wave of excitement, exhilaration, and intensive moments every week. Let’s dive into this sports news weekly updates and refresh you with the best sports moments this week.
10th Sep: Beginning with the game of cricket, the highly anticipated Ind Vs Pak match had to face several delays due to rain. After the game was postponed to the reserve day, India beat Pakistan and won the match by 228 runs. Indian ex-skipper Virat Kohli gave one of his best performances, scoring 122 runs off 94 balls.
12th Sep: Following the match with Pakistan, India faced its down-south counter, Sri Lanka. Batting first on the field, India gave Sri Lanka a chase down of 213 runs. India managed to restrict the Lankan side from reaching the target and won the match by 41 runs to reach the Asia Cup Final.
14th Sep: After getting defeated by India, the Sri Lankan team scaled up their performance in their next match against Pakistan. In an extremely intense and heart-thumping playoff, Sri Lanka took the lead over Pakistan and beat them by 2 wickets, securing a place in the finals.
India is now supposed to play the Asia Cup 2023 Finals with Sri Lanka on Sunday, 17th September.
10th Sep: Jumping to the field of Tennis, Coco Gauff crushed Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka to win her first-ever US Open 2023 Title. American tennis player Gauff played flawlessly by grabbing every missed opportunity by Sabalenka and turned the game in her favour with a score of 2-6, 6-3, and 6-2.
11th Sep: In the U.S. Open 2023 Men’s Final, Novak Djokovic defeated Russia’s Daniil Medvedev to claim his 24th Grand Slam Title. The match was super-exciting; both the players gave their all, but experience prevailed, and Djokovic won the Championship with a score of 6-3, 7-6(5), 6-3.
12th Sep: Former World #1 Tennis player, Romania’s Simona Halep, got a 4-year ban by the International Tennis Integrity Agency, failing the dope tests. She is supposedly challenging the judgement and moving to the Court of Arbitration for Sport for a better outcome.
10th Sep: Now, hopping on to the badminton, India’s young badmintonist, Kiran George, won the Super 100 Title by defeating Japan’s Koo Takahashi with a score of 21-19 and 22-20.
12th Sep: In the Hong Kong Open Super 500, Indian women’s doubles duo Tanisha Crasto and Ashwini Ponnappa crushed Chinese Taipei’s Lee Chia Hsin and Teng Chun Hsun with a score of 21-19, 21-19 to enter the pre-quarterfinals.
13th Sep: In men’s doubles, Vishnuvardhan Goud Panjala and Krishna Prasad Garaga lost to Shin Baek Cheol and Ko Sung Hyun of Korea by 14-21 and 19-21 respectively.
As we move forward to cover other international sports news, India’s Sutirth Mukherjee advances in the Asian Table Tennis Championships to the round of 32. Mukherjee played exceptionally well against Chinese TT player Chen, and, in a jaw-dropping match, she clinched the victory and won the game by 10-12, 11-8, 11-7, and 11-7.
So that covers all the major events in the sports field last week. Keep watching our space to find more exciting and latest sports news weekly updates.
Latest Sports News in September 1st Week 2023
Hello, fellow sports lovers! With our weekly sports news article, we are back with your dose of awaited updates, scores, and highlights from the pulse-pounding sports world!
Starting from the world of cricket, the Asia Cup is occurring at full throttle, with India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh making it to the Super 4 stage. The group stage covered several exciting matches in the tournament:
- 30th Aug: Pakistan crushed Nepal to win the first tournament match by 238 runs.
- 2nd Sep: India batted against Pakistan to make a score of 266/8. However, the match resulted in no result due to rain.
- 4th Sep: India won by 10 wickets against Nepal with DLS Method.
- 5th Sep: Sri Lanka won by 2 runs by defeating Afghanistan and eliminating it from the tournament.
Moving forward to the game of lawn tennis,
7th Sep: Australia’s Matthew Ebden, with his Indian partner Rohan Bopanna, entered the men’s doubles final of the US Open by defeating the French pair Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert with a score of 7-6, 6-2 in New York.
8th Sep: USA’s Coco Gauff beats Czech’s Karolina Muchova to enter the finals of the US Open 7-6, 4-5.
8th Sep: Sharing the same nation, Madison Keys lost the semi-finals of the US Open to her counter, Aryna Sabalenka, by 0-6, 7-6 (7/1), and 7-6 (10/5).
Hoping on to football,
7th Sep: Iraq beats India with a penalty shootdown score of (5-4), 2-2 (match score) to become the finalist of the King’s Cup, being held in Thailand. Iraq will now face Thailand on 10th Sep in the finals of King Cup, 2023.
8th Sep: Legend Lionel Messi returns back to Argentina to perform national duty and secure the win by scoring the only goal in the 2026 World Cup qualifier match against Ecuador.
8th Sep: The Netherlands beat Greece with a score of 3-0 to move into the Euro slot with the second position in Group B, Euro 2024 qualifying campaign.
In the arena of other sports,
2nd Sep: India won the inaugural Men’s Hockey5s after beating archrivals Pakistan with a score of 2-0 in the shootout after regulation time ended with a tie of 4-4.
5th Sep: Badminton stars HS Prannoy And Lakshya Sen both faced crushing defeats and had to face early elimination from the China Open Super 1000 badminton tournament.
World’s #6 badminton player, Prannoy, played exceptionally well but couldn’t stop the storm coming from Malaysia’s Ng Tze Yong and was defeated by a score of 12-21, 21-13, and 18-21.
On the contrary, Lakshya Sen, was crashed out of the tournament after losing to Denmark’s Anders Antonsen with a score of 21-23, 21-16, and 9-21.
8th Sep: India’s Manav Thakkar made it through the pre-quarterfinals of the Asian Table Tennis Championships in Pyeongchang, South Korea, after beating world #33 China’s Kao Cheng-Jui with a 3-1 score.
So, it has been an action-packed week in global sports. For more thrilling updates, stay tuned to our sports news weekly updates, and we will keep you updated with the latest sports news and activities.
Latest Sports News in August 4th Week 2023
Hello, sports enthusiasts! The week has gone by, and now it’s time to revisit our sports news weekly roundup. Join us as we uncover the past week’s most exhilarating sports moments.
Starting from the world of Cricket, Asia Cup 2023 commences with Pakistan outplaying Nepal in a one-sided game and beating them with a whopping margin of 238 runs. Sri Lanka, on the other hand, began its Asia Cup journey by facing and defeating Bangladesh by five wickets. The most awaited India-Pakistan match is scheduled at Kandy, Sri Lanka, for 2nd September. However, the likelihood of the occurrence of the game is still debated due to bad weather conditions.
Moving on to Football, India’s elite football club, Mohun Bagan, will meet with East Bengal to play the Durand Cup Final 2023 on 3rd September, Sunday. Both teams have lifted the Durand Cup trophy 16 times each.
AIFF (All India Football Federation) announces its 23-member squad for the 49th King’s Cup football tournament and benches skipper Sunil Chettri as Manvir Singh replaces him to lead the way for team India. Chettri, who reportedly had a son recently, is given rest for a while and is expected to return for the Asian Games.
In the English Premier League, Manchester United beat Nottingham Forest by 3-2 in their home stadium of Old Trafford. Arsenal, conversely, had a tough game with rivals Fulham, which ended in a draw as Fulham’s Joao Palhinha scored the equalizer in the 87th minute of the game, drawing the match by 2-2 for his team.
Now hoping on to badminton, India’s HS Prannoy had to settle for the bronze medal in the World Badminton Championship as Thailand’s Kunlavut Vitidsarn outplayed Prannoy with a score of 18-21, 21-13, and 21-14 to secure a place in the final. Kunlavut Vitidsarn further went on to win the Championship by beating Japan’s Kodai Naraoka with a victory score of 19-21, 21-18, and 21-7 in Copenhagen.
Marching forward to field hockey, the Indian Women’s Hockey Team defeats Thailand by 7-2 in the final to win the inaugural Women’s Hockey 5s Asia Cup. On the contrary, the Indian Men’s Hockey team relentlessly crushed Japan by scoring 35 goals in a single match to win the quarter-final of the Asian Hockey 5s World Cup. India is currently standing in the second position in the tournament below Pakistan, which is the only team to beat India in this tournament by a score of 4-5. India will play the semi-final match against Malaysia, Japan or Iran on September 2.
Lastly, not to forget, India’s Neeraj Chopra made his country proud by clinching his maiden World Championships title with a throw of 88.17m in Budapest. The unstoppable youngster further went down to accomplish another achievement as he finished 2nd at the Zurich Diamond League. Chopra recorded the best throw of the game, which was 85.71 meters, which helped him secure the second spot. Unfortunately, Chopra lost the first place by a mere 0.15 meters to Czech Republic’s Jakub Vadlejch.
So that covers all the latest updates from the sporting world this week. Stay tuned to our sports news weekly updates for your regular dose of sports excitement!
Latest Sports News in August 3rd Week 2023
Welcome back to our Sports News Weekly updates, where we provide a comprehensive roundup of the past week’s thrilling events from the dynamic world of international sports.
Beginning with the Chess World Cup 2023, India’s 18-year chess prodigy R Pragganandha finishes second as Norway’s Magnus Carlsen lifts the World Cup trophy. Following a draw in the first two games, Carlsen won the first tiebreaker game before drawing the second to claim his first World Cup title.
Now streaming to the cricketing world, the Indian women’s blind cricket team created history by entering the finals of the IBSA World Games by defeating England in Birmingham. It is now set to meet team Australia for the finals on the 26th of August.
BCCI announced its squad for Asia Cup 2023, to be held in Sri Lanka and Pakistan in September. Rohit Sharma will lead team India to face its first match against rival counterpart Pakistan on 2 September 2023.
Pakistan, on the other hand, is scoring rounds of appreciation by winning an epic last-over thriller against Afghanistan in the Super Cola Cup tournament. Chasing a huge score of 301, Pakistan’s Imam-Ul-Haq and Babar Azam provided a smooth start to the game.
However, when the match reached its final over, Pakistan were struggling down the lane, needing 11 off the last 6 balls with only 2 wickets remaining in hand. Amazingly, Shadab Khan gave his all and managed to steer Pakistan towards the path of victory.
Hopping on to the World Athletics Championship, Spain’s Alvaro Martin and Maria Perez swept gold in the race walking. Martin finished the 35km long track to win the gold medal in 2 hours, 24 minutes, and 30 seconds.
On the other hand, Maria Perez dominated the women’s 35km race and set the new world record of completing the race in 2:38:40.
In the men’s long jump category, Greece’s Olympian Miltiadis Tentoglou won the men’s long jump title by jumping an 8.50m long jump in the arena.
Another exciting news that gained traction this week was India’s Parul Chaudhary, who created history by becoming the second Indian to qualify for the last round of the track event at the World Athletics Championship. Parul ran seamlessly with an irking spirit to register her personal best time of 9 min, 24.29 seconds, earning a place in the final round.
Moving to the World Wrestling Sport, the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) had to face the wrath of United World Wrestling (UWW) as UWW suspended the membership of WFI indefinitely over its failure to conduct elections on time. This has caused several outbursts within the Indian wrestling community, which is already witnessing a grey time in recent months.
The ongoing Badminton World Championship 2023 closes its round of 16 and commences the Quarter Finals stage. India’s star player, PV Sindhu, suffered a second-round exit after losing to Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara by 14-21 and 14-21.
However, India has not let its hopes down as Prannoy HS and India’s men’s pair Satwik-Chirag advance to the quarter-finals and keep the hopes of lifting the World Championship Trophy alive.
So that covers our sports news weekly updates. Tune in to our weekly news to relive the excitement and stay up-to-date with the world of sports.
Latest Sports News in August 2nd Week 2023
Brace yourself for a riveting journey across continents as we bring you a comprehensive roundup of the past week’s most exciting international sports events with our sports news this week.
Inter Miami forward Lionel Messi kept his tradition alive of scoring mesmerising goals by netting a phenomenal 36.3 yards goal against Philadelphia Union. Inter Miami won the match with a score of 4-1 and advanced to League Cup Final.
Conversely, Nashville SC battled and defeated Monterrey with 2 goals to earn their place in the finals. The final between Inter Miami and Nashville SC is supposed to occur on 20th August 2023.
The Indian football fans got disheartened as the great football legend Mohammed Habib, who was suffering from dementia and Parkinson’s syndrome, died at the age of 74, on August 15, Tuesday. Mohammed Habib rose to fame by scoring against Pele’s New York Cosmos in Mohun Bagan colours in the 1970s. Later, he also worked as the chief coach of the Indian Football Association academy.
Coming down to tennis, Poland’s Iga Swiatek triumphed over opponent Danielle Collins with a 6-3 4-6 6-2 score in the Canadian Open quarter-final match. Swiatek’s calculated moves exemplified her exceptional finesse in the intense match, leading her to a well-deserved victory.
A new wave of emotions aroused in the hearts of tennis fans as Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz got grouped for a match in the group stage of the Davis Cup Finals, which is to be played next month. Alcaraz defeated Djokovic in the Wimbledon final in July to become the number one tennis player in the world.
Glancing at field hockey, India clinched the Asian Champions Trophy by defeating Malaysia by 4-3 in a nail-biting match. The game remained balanced throughout the play, with players scoring 3 goals each from both ends. As the game came close to its end, India managed to score the winning goal and lift the trophy for the fourth time.
Moving forward to badminton, India’s HS Prannoy reaches Australia Open Final after defeating compatriot Priyanshu Rajawat on Saturday. Prannoy, who acclaimed the Malaysia Masters’s victory in May, will now face China’s Weng Hong Yang in the Australia Open final.
On the other hand, India’s Kidambi Srikanth and ace shuttler PV Sindhu also moved to the quarterfinals of the Australia Open badminton BWF Super 500 tournament with sounding victories.
Hoping to the world of athletics, India’s fastest women sprinter Dutee Chand failed two out-of-competition dope tests for Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs) and has been banned by NADA for 4 years on the charge of doping.
In World Athletics, double Olympic 1500m champion Sebastian Coe, got re-elected as the World Athletics President. The 64-old year veteran secured the poll by winning 192 of 195 votes and became the head of the global governing athletic body for his third and last term.
So that concludes our sports highlights for this week. Stay tuned to our sports news weekly for more thrilling updates in the world of sports next week.
Latest Sports News in August 1st Week 2023
The world of sports witnessed several thrilling and electrifying events over the past week. From memorable moments on the field to groundbreaking sports announcements, here are our latest sports news weekly updates.
Starting from the cricketing world, England levelled the Ashes series by 2-2 each, winning the fifth and final match against Australia by 49 runs. Prominent England pace bowler Stuart Broad announces retirement from all international cricket formats after playing his last Ashes match.
India lost its 2nd T-20 International match played at Providence Stadium against West Indies by 4 runs. However, India made a great comeback by beating West Indies by 7 wickets in the 3rd T-20 match. Currently, India is trailing in the 5-match series with a 2-1 score and is yet to play the 4th T-20 on 12th August and the 5th T-20 on 13th August consecutively.
Coming down to the field of football, Al-Nassr forward player Cristiano Ronaldo breaks the world record for scoring the most headed goals (145 goals) in the sport’s history. In a nail-biting Community Shield title match, Arsenal clinched the victory by defeating Manchester City in a penalty shootout with a 4-1 score.
Switzerland’s star goalkeeper, Yann Sommer, leaves Bayern Munich after playing only one season and signs a contract with Inter Milan. Tottenham is going all out to retain their most dominant player Harry Kane during this transfer season and rejected Bayern Munich’s offer to buy him.
Looking to quench the FIFA Women’s World Cup, Australia defeated Denmark by scoring 2 goals and reached the quarter-finals. It will now meet with France, on 12th August to play in the quarter-finals. The other teams that have made it to the quarter-finals are Spain, Netherlands, Japan, Sweden and England.
The final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup will be played on 20th August at Stadium Australia. The Indian Super League (ISL) also made headlines as they added a new team, Punjab FC to the league, creating more excitement for the viewers. Punjab FC is the first ever club to be promoted to the Indian Super League by winning the 2022–23 I-League.
Hoping on to the game of lawn tennis, in the Croatia Open Final, Switzerland’s Stan Wawrinka lost to Australia’s Alexei Popyrin with a score of 6-4, 6-3, and 6-7(5).
Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas showcased an impressive performance by dominating opponent Alex de Minaur and winning his first ATP title with a scoreline of 6-3 and 6-4.
Now looking at the hockey results, India’s men’s hockey team crushed Malaysia in the Asian Champion Trophy (ACT) with a whopping 5-goal victory. On the other hand, Asian Hockey Federation (AHF) announced groups for the upcoming Women’s 19th Asian Games, which is supposed to be played in September in Hangzhou. Group A comprises India, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong China. Whilst Group B contains Japan, China, Thailand, Indonesia, and Kazakhstan.
Another exciting news to make the headlines this week is India’s 17-year-old Gukesh D, who made history by overtaking India’s Chess Veteran Vishwanath Anand. Currently, Gukesh has a live rating of 2755.9 in Classic Chess, while Anand has a live rating of 2754.0.
So that’s all from the sports news this week. Stay connected with us to get the latest updates from the sports world.