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IPL: Mumbai Indians beat Deccan Chargers by 37 runs
The Mumbai Indians on Sunday defeated the Deccan Chargers by 37 runs in their Indian Premier League (IPL) match at Hyderabad's Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium. ANI

Sports fans across India celebrate Tendulkar's 38th birthday with fervour
Sports fans across India marked the 38th birthday of cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar with fervour and gaiety on Sunday, conveying their wishes to the ace batsman through innovative zeal. ANI

'Dedicated' Hernandez has exceeded Man U expectations: Ferguson
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has said that striker Javier Hernandez was never meant to be so crucial to his team's silverware hopes this season. ANI

Liverpool manager Dalglish hails 'hat-trick hero' Rodriguez
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has hailed winger Maxi Rodriguez after his hat-trick helped the Reds to a 5-0 Premier League victory against Birmingham at Anfield. ANI

Torres relieved after ending three-month goal drought
Fernando Torres believes he has relieved the pressure that had built on him at Chelsea after ending his three-month goal drought. ANI

Ancelotti says Torres will have 'fantastic future' at Chelsea
Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has said that Fernando Torres' goal against West Ham United will herald a new beginning for the striker. ANI

Arsenal has no plans to part with Fabregas, Wilshere: Wenger
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has denied that the club might be accepting summer bids for captain Cesc Fabregas and midfielder Jack Wilshere. ANI

Redknapp all set to buy big
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is all set to buy big this summer - even if his club fail in their Champions League bid. ANI

Finn backs Strauss to continue as Test and one-day captain
Fast bowler Steve Finn has backed Andrew Strauss to continue his dual role as Test and one-day captain, despite England's dismal performance at 2011 World Cup. ANI

Talha eyes comeback to Pak team after successful domestic season
Pakistani pacer Mohammad Talha has expressed hope that his successful season in domestic cricket will impress the selection committee and earn him a much awaited recall to the national team. ANI

Tevez may join Inter Milan for 40 million pounds
Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez could be on his way to joining Italian champions Inter Milan for 40 million pounds. ANI

Liverpool planning radical overhaul of squad
Liverpool is reportedly planning a radical overhaul of their squad this summer with "up to 22 deals" in and out of the club. ANI

Hamilton wants to stay with McLaren, says McLaren chief
McLaren Fomula One team chief executive Martin Whitmarsh is confident that British ace Lewis Hamilton will continue to be the team's trump card for the next 10 years. ANI

Pak poor in fielding because 'bowling coach acting as fielding coach': Rana Naved
The main reason for Pakistan's poor fielding is that the national team has a bowling coach acting as a fielding coach, Pakistani pacer Rana Naved-ul-Hasan has said. ANI

PHF issues show cause notices to three key players
The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) has issued show cause notices to three of its top players for entering into contracts with the planned World Series of Hockey (WSH) in India. ANI

Not worried about Arsenal, Chelsea, now we feel like champions: Fergie
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson, who is just seven points away from lifting the Premier League, is not worried over his team playing Arsenal and Chelsea. ANI

Ronaldo wooed Imogen Thomas while she dated mystery-married footballer
Real Madrid ace Cristiano Ronaldo has apparently revealed that he was seeing former Miss Wales and 2006's 'Big Brother' star Imogen Thomas during the same time she was dating a married footballer who hit her with a gagging order. ANI

Pakistan played "good cricket all around" in ODI opener against Windies: Afridi
Pakistan's limited-overs captain Shahid Afridi has said that it was "good cricket all around" for his team, which registered a comfortable eight-wicket win over the West Indies in the first one-day international (ODI) of the five-match series on Saturday. ANI

Rajasthan Royals optimistic about coming back to winning ways: Ross Taylor
Hard-hitting New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has admitted Rajasthan Royals were not performing well in IPL-4, and added that they would look to exploit the home conditions to bring their Indian Premier League campaign back on track against Kochi Tuskers Kerala. ANI

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