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Serena Williams talks about 'scariest moment of her life'
Tennis star Serena Williams, who underwent an emergency surgery to remove a blood clot in her lung, has described the experience as "the scariest moment in my life". ANI

Arsenal becomes first Champions League side without a shot at goal
Arsenal has become the first Champions League side to have no shots at goal during a game. ANI

Ashley Cole escapes police rap over shooting Chelsea intern with air rifle
Chelsea defender Ashley Cole is off the hook with the cops for accidentally shooting a 21-year-old student with .22 air rifle.urrey Police dropped their investigation after visiting the club's Cobham training ground where Tom Cowan was shot in the side by an air rifle last month, the Sun reports. ANI

Juventus wants Capello to be their technical director
Italian club Juventus want England boss Fabio Capello to become their technical director after the European Championships next year. ANI

'Bad' game against Liverpool has left Man U in fight with Arsenal for Premier Legaue
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has accepted that his players played badly and he had 'no excuses' for the club's defeat at Liverpool. ANI

PCB drops Yousuf, Malik, Kaneria from central contracts list
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has dropped veteran batsman Mohammad Yousuf, former skipper Shoaib Malik, leg-spinner Danish Kaneria and pacer Sohail Tanvir from its central contracts list. ANI

Poor finishing in football qualifiers ends Pakistan's Olympic dream
Pakistan's hopes of qualifying for the second round of the Olympic football qualifiers have crashed as their second-leg against Malaysia ended in a goalless draw at the Punjab Stadium in Lahore. ANI

Afridi worried over Pak's poor show against New Zealand, Canada
Pakistan's limited overs captain Shahid Afridi is a worried man as his team flopped miserably against New Zealand in the ongoing World Cup on Tuesday, and that they were also below par against minnows Canada in a 46-run win last week. ANI

Michael Hussey will play a big part in rest of Oz World Cup campaign: Clarke
Australian vice-captain Michael Clarke believes that rival nations at the World Cup would be even more wary of his team because of veteran batsman Michael Hussey's inclusion. ANI

Pakistan-New Zealand World Cup clash was a fine contest: Roebuck
Noted cricket columnist Peter Roebuck has urged the cricketing world against jumping at shadows over the Pakistan-New Zealand World Cup clash, saying that it was 'a fine match that found a worthy winner' in which the Kiwis were splendid and Pakistan had a bad day. ANI

Don't want to face Barcelona so early in Champions League: Redknapp
Lauding his players splendid display to reach the Champions League quarter-finals, Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp dose not want to face Barcelona so early. ANI

Referee almost hit Wenger after touchline row'
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger and referee Massimo Busacca's row at the Nou Camp continued even outside the dressing rooms with both of them almost exchanging blows. ANI

London Olympics organisers and BOA embroiled in cash row
London Olympics 2012 organisers (LOCOG) has hit back at the British Olympic Association (BOA) in an increasingly bitter row over cash, calling its complaints "sad". ANI

South African tweaker Imran Tahir fractures thumb, doubtful for World Cup
South Africa's in-form leg-spinner Imran Tahir has fractured his left thumb, jolting his team's World Cup chances. ANI

Hamilton's title write-off just before start of F1 season
Not happy with his car, Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton has written off his chances of winning the crown this season - with the first race just 17 days away. ANI

Beckhams 'excited about Posh's pregnancy'
Soccer star David Beckham has said that his pregnant wife Victoria is doing 'great' and the whole family is excited about the new arrival. ANI

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