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Sports News on September 4, 2011

Dhoni questions 'decision review system'
Indian skipper M.S. Dhoni has questioned the television umpire's dubious decision, which resulted in the dismissal of Rahul Dravid in the first One-day International against England on Saturday. ANI

Delhi Mayor flags off car rally to spread message of safe driving
In an endeavour to spread the message of safe driving, Delhi Mayor Rajni Abbi flagged off the 11th family mega car rally here today. ANI

Argentina soccer team visits Mother House in Kolkata
Argentina soccer team, including coach and assistant coach, visited the Mother House, the headquarters of Missionaries of Charity founded by Mother Teresa, here on Sunday. ANI

Robbie Keane's wife to model for Posh's new collection
David Beckham and Robbie Keane's wives are teaming up for the launch of Victoria's Beckham's autumn and winter collection. ANI

Hamilton could learn a lot from Button to win F1 title: Niki Lauda
Formula One legend Niki Lauda has told McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton to learn from teammate Jenson Button if he wants to be crowned world champion again. ANI

Flintoff feels man bag or straightener is a 'waste' for him
Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff, who says he is more comfortable in 'classic, comfortable and functional' attires than the trendy ones, has revealed that he hates man bags and straighteners. ANI

Ecclestone sisters double date in LA
Formula 1 heiresses Petra and Tamara Ecclestone recently took Los Angeles by surprise when they headed to celebrity favourite Boa Steakhouse for a double date. ANI

US Open women's singles title race wide open: Stosur's coach
On the eve of Australian tennis star Samantha Stosur's fourth-round US Open encounter against Maria Kirilenko, her coach has said that this year's tournament is wide open. ANI

England footballers have been suffering racist abuse for years: Rooney
England striker Wayne Rooney has claimed that his country's footballers have been suffering racist abuse "for years". ANI

Terry backs Rooney to dominate English football over the next 10 years
England captain John Terry believes that striker Wayne Rooney has another 10 years at the top now that he has found form again and rediscovered his appetite for the game. ANI

Lampard faces a fight for his place in England squad: Capello
England manager Fabio Capello has told midfielder Frank Lampard that his reputation will count for nothing unless he improves his form. ANI

Renault, Heidfeld reach F1 settlement
Lotus Renault GP has announced that they have amicably split with Formula One driver Nick Heidfeld. ANI

MP sportspersons support National Sports Development Bill
Madhya Pradesh sportspersons extended their full support to the proposed radical National Sports Development Bill, under which governing sports bodies would be brought under the ambit of Right to Information Act. ANI

Rooney feels he has his rapport back with England supporters
England striker Wayne Rooney reckons that he has made his peace with Three Lions' fans and is restoring his reputation as the country's talismanic player. ANI

Ballack set for Stamford Bridge return with Bayer Leverkusen
Former Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack is set to make a comeback at Stamford Bridge when his Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen faces Chelsea on September 13. ANI

Murray unveils the secret behind his fitness
British tennis star Andy Murray has revealed his best-kept secret after he secured his third-round match of the US Open with Spaniard Feliciano Lopez. ANI

Clarke warns against complacency in Lanka Test series
Australian captain Michael Clarke has said that his team's job is far from complete despite the 125 run win over Sri Lanka in first Test in Galle on Saturday. ANI

Nearly half of runners 'drinking too much fluid', finds study
A new study has revealed that nearly half of recreational runners may be drinking too much fluid during races, while expert guidelines recommend runners to drink only when thirsty. ANI

Clarke calls Harris 'great bowler' after Oz first Test win against Lanka
Australian skipper Michael Clarke has praised bowler Ryan Harris for his outstanding performance after their their team's 125-run Test victory over Sri Lanka in Galle. ANI

Ponting rushes back to Australia for birth of second child
Australian batsman Ricky Ponting will miss the second Test against Sri Lanka in Kandy this week, as he has returned to his Sydney home for the birth of his second child. ANI

Pietersen targeting 'to play in every England game'
England batsman Kevin Pietersen has come out fighting after his ODI future was called into question, insisting that he wants to play every international game. ANI

England could have won rain-hit Durham ODI against India: Cook
England captain Alastair Cook has said that his team was ready to go on and win the first ODI against India until it was abandoned due to rain. ANI

England tour a 'big learning experience' for youngsters: Dhoni
Indian skipper M.S. Dhoni has admitted he is worried at the growing list of injured players in the team, but also insisted that the ongoing England tour would extend great exposure to youngsters in the absence of injured seniors. ANI

Warnie dumps metrosexual look for rough 'pie and beer' image
Spin king Shane Warne has reportedly returned to his 'Aussie guy who had a pie and beer in his hand' appearance from his immensely slick looks that he had been flaunting ever since he met Elizabeth Hurley. ANI

Serena Williams' 'Grand Slam' nail varnish range launched
Known for sporting brightly coloured nails on court, Serena Williams has now started treating her fans to her own range of nail varnish. ANI

Warnie returns to rough 'pie and beer' looks after glam months
Spin king Shane Warne has reportedly returned to his 'Aussie guy who had a pie and beer in his hand' appearance from his immensely slick looks that he had been flaunting ever since he met Elizabeth Hurley. ANI

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