Brighton Pile Misery On Jose Mourinho’s Woeful Manchester United


Mourinho warned of a “difficult” season when he wasn’t backed in the transfer market before the deadline for Premier League clubs closed before the opening weekend of the season.

Strengthening the heart of his defence was Mourinho’s priority and it showed as Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly endured a torrid afternoon on England’s south coast.

In a tempestuous pre-season, Mourinho also clashed with Anthony Martial when the Frenchman failed to return to the club’s pre-season tour of the United States after the birth of his second child.

But Martial was recalled to the starting line-up in the absence of the injured Alexis Sanchez and had the first chance when he dashed inside two Brighton defenders before seeing his shot blocked by Duffy.

The story could have been very different for the visitors had Lukaku not wasted a huge chance to open the scoring when he pulled his shot wide of the near post 10 minutes in.

Instead, Brighton went in front when veteran striker Murray caught Lindelof ball watching to flick home Solly March’s cross with a classy finish.

Two minutes later, the hosts led 2-0 as Duffy was given the space to control and fire past a helpless David de Gea after United failed to clear a corner.

Despite suggesting he is unhappy at Old Trafford after scoring in last weekend’s 2-1 win over Leicester, Paul Pogba was again handed the captain’s armband by Mourinho.

However, there was little sign of Pogba leading United out of the mire as he and summer signing Fred, who cost a reported 52.5 million euros (57.9 million euros, $66.3 million) struggled to control the game in midfield.

Brighton’s failure to defend set-pieces cost them in a 2-0 defeat to Watford last weekend and threatened to undo their good work again when Lukaku was left unmarked just five yards out to nod home Luke Shaw’s deflected cross and give United a lifeline.

That reprieve lasted just 10 minutes, however, before more rash defending by Bailly allowed Brighton to restore their two-goal lead.

Dale Stephens beat Fred to a loose ball in midfield and released Gross before the German was brought down by a lunge inside the area by the Ivorian.

De Gea got a touch to Gross’s penalty but couldn’t keep it out to compound a miserable first 45 minutes for United.

Mourinho turned to two of England’s World Cup heroes in Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard at the break in search of inspiration.

But the damage had already been done as Brighton sat comfortably on their lead until virtually the last kick of the match.

Pogba reduced United’s deficit by blasting home from the spot after Duffy felled Marouane Fellaini, but it was too little, too late.

Mourinho’s third seasons in charge during his second spell at Chelsea and at Real Madrid never recovered from a poor start.

His time at Old Trafford threatens to go the same way, particularly with Tottenham next up a week on Monday.



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Bajrang Punia Gives India First Gold, Sushil Kumar Makes Shock Exit


Bajrang gave India the first gold of the Games in Jakarta but the country’s first medal came 600 kilometers away in Palembang, where the mixed rifle team of Apurvi Chandela and Ravi Kumar faltered towards the end to settle for bronze. Like wrestling, shooting was also a mixed bag as the bronze came after teen sensation Manu Bhaker and Abhishek Verma failed to qualify for the pistol mixed team finals against expectations.

The hockey turf in Jakarta also produced a brilliant result for India with the women’s team, which won a bronze in 2014, hammering hosts Indonesia 8-0 for a rousing start. Drag-flicker Gurjit Kaur was the star of the show with a hat-trick.

But the day well and truly belonged to Bajrang, who came into the Games after winning three tournaments — the Commonwealth Games, the Tbilisi Grand Prix, and the Yasar Dogu International. He was simply sensational and produced a performance which had been expected of him in the build-up to the Games. Such was his domination that the 24-year-old from Haryana won all his bouts, until the final, by technical superiority.

He outclassed Uzbekistan’s Sirojiddin Khasanov (13-3), Tajikistan’s Fayziev Abdulqosim (12-2) and Mongolia’s N Batmagnai Batchuluu (10-0) to storm into the gold medal bout.

In the final, he was tested by Japan’s Takatani Daichi but the Haryana grappler held his nerve to prevail 10-8 in an exciting battle. With this stellar feat, Bajrang emulated his mentor Yogeshwar Dutt, who had won gold in the last edition. Kartar Singh (1978, 1986), Satpal Singh (1982), Rajinder Singh (1978), Changdi Ram (1970) and Maruti Mane (1962) are the other wrestlers who form India’s golden club at Asiad.

“There are very few gold for Indian wrestlers in Asiad. So it is a big achievement for me. Only Yogeshwar and Rajinder Singh have won two gold medals in a year (CWG and Asiad), I am only the third to do it, so naturally, I am feeling proud of myself,” the 24-year-old said.

Another name that was set to be on this list was of Sushil but the double Olympic medallist could not produce the big-event show he is famous for. However, he was graceful in defeat.

“I did not expect this. The 57kg World Champion was sitting beside me, he said ‘I lost’. I told him don’t worry, I have also lost. It is part of sport and I will come back again. We can’t be overwhelmed by defeats or victories, it won’t lead you anywhere,” said Sushil.

A gold was also expected from the Jakabaring Shooting Range in Palembang, where the Indians were in contention in two events, but the contingent had to be content with a mixed team rifle bronze.

The Indian pairing of Chandela and Kumar aggregated 429.9 after 42 shots in the 48-shot final and were in second spot for major part of the 48-shot finals before China overtook them to take the silver.

It was a maiden Asian Games medal for Chandela, who will be aiming for a better colour medal in the 10m air rifle tomorrow. World Cup bronze medallist Kumar, who is mentored by the great Abhinav Bindra, had won a men’s 10m rifle team bronze at last the edition at Incheon.

There were no more medals on the opening day but they were certainly some promising results.

Indian swimmers Sajan Prakash and Srihari Nataraj finished creditable fifth and seventh respectively in the men’s 200m butterfly and 100m backstroke events.

In rowing, medal hopes were raised after Om Prakash and Sawarn Singh topped Heat 2 in men’s doubles sculls while Dattu Baban Bhokanal was second in Heat 1 of singles sculls. It was a lean day in tennis with most Indians getting first-round byes. There was one match in the mixed doubles and last-minute formed pairing of Karman Kaur Thandi and Divij Sharan did well to clear the opening hurdle.

The Indian badminton team, led by Kidambi Srikanth, made a resounding start to its campaign, thrashing minnows Maldives 3-0 in the opening match of the team competition.

World No 8. Srikanth brushed aside Maldives’ Hussein Zayan Shaheed Zaki 21-4 21-5 to give India a 1-0 lead. World No. 11 H S Prannoy then outclassed Mohamed Sarim 21-8 21-6. B Sai Praneeth, who had clinched the 2017 Singapore Open, then ended the challenge of Mohamed Ajfan Rasheed with a 21-7 21-8 demolition as India wrapped up the contest 3-0.

In Kabaddi, which has been India’s ‘gold mine’ at Asian Games, both teams made a winning start. The men’s team outclassed Sri Lanka after opening its campaign with a win over Bangladesh, while the women’s team pulled off a dominating win over Japan in its opener.



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Day 2 India Schedule, When And Where To Watch, Live Coverage On TV, Live Streaming Online


Here is India’s Day 2 schedule (All timings in IST as per https://en.asiangames2018.id)

Badminton

Women’s team quarterfinals

India vs Japan (7-30 AM)

Men’s team quarterfinals

India vs Indonesia (12-30 PM)

Basketball

Women’s Basketball 5x5Preliminary: Group A – Game 7

Unified Korea vs India (8-30 AM)

Handball

Men’s Handball Main Round: Group 3 – Match 2

India vs Malaysia (9-30 AM)

Hockey

Men’s tournament Pool A

India vs Indonesia (6-30 PM)

Kabaddi

Women’s Team Group A – Game 5

India vs Thailand (8-10 AM)

Men’s Team Group A – Game 5

India vs Korea (2-30 PM)

Rowing (Heats)

Dushyant (7-30 AM)

Men’s Lightweight Double Sculls – Rohit Kumar and Bhagwan Singh (7 AM)

Men’s Quadruple Sculls India (8-30 AM)

Women’s Four Heats (8-50 AM)

Men’s Lightweight Eight (Heat 2 Start List) India – 8-10 AM

Sepaktakraw

Men’s Team Regu Preliminary Group B

India vs Iran (7-30 AM)

Women’s Team Regu Preliminary Group A

India vs Lao PDR (10-30 AM)

Shooting (Medal event)

Trap Women – Qualification – Day 2

Shreyasi Singh and Seema Tomar (6-30 AM)

10m Air Rifle Men Qualification

Ravi Kumar and Deepak Kumar (6 AM)

Trap Men Qualification – Day 2

Manavjit Singh Sandhu and Lakshay (7-30 AM)

10m Air Rifle Women Qualification

Elavenil Valarivan and Apurvi Chandela (8 AM)

The above events will be followed by finals.

Swimming (Medal Event)

Men’s 800m Freestyle

Advait Page – Heat 1 (7-30 AM)

Men’s 50m Backstroke Heats – Nataraj Srihari and Mani Arvind (7-52 AM)

Men’s 200m Individual Medley Heats – Neel Roy (7-15 AM)

Men’s 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay Heats – India – (8-43 AM)

Taekwondo

Women – 53kg – Round of 16 (8-30 AM)

Latika Bhandari vs TO-BE-DEFINED

Tennis

Men’s Singles Round of 32 (8-30 AM)

India’s Prabhakharan Gunneswaran Prajnesh vs Indonesia’s Fitriadi M Rfiqi

Wong Kong Kit (Hong Kong) vs Ramanathan Ramkumar

Men’s Doubles Round of 32 (8-30 AM)

RM Bopanna, Sharan D vs Indonesia’s Susanto Da, Susanto IA

Nagal S, Ramanathan R vs Nepal’s Bajracharya SB, Bastola A

Women’s Singles Round of 32 (8-30 AM)

Gumulya Beatrice (Indonesia) vs Raina Ankita Ravinderkrishan

Thandi Kamran Kaur vs Altansarnai Jargal (Mongolia)

Mixed Singles Round of 32 (8-30 AM)

To be defined vs Bopanna, Thombare PG

Women’s Doubles Round of 32 (10-30 AM)

Khan SM, Suhail U (Pakistan) vs Raina AR, PG Thombare

Volleyball

Men’s tournament Preliminary: Pool F match 1

India vs Hong Kong China (2 PM)

Wushu

Men’s Sanda – 56 kg Round of 16

Santosh Kumar vs Wazea Zaid Ali (Yemen) (7-30 AM)

Men’s Sanda 60kg Round of 16

Sofyan Abdul Haris (Indonesia) vs Surya Bhanu Partap Singh (India)

Men’s Sanda 65kg Round of 16

Grewal Narender vs Tabugara Clemente JR (Philippines)

How do I watch India’s Day 2 Events live?

India’s Day 2 Events will be telecast live by the Sony Network.

What time will India’s Day 2 Events start?

The first event involving Indian athletes is scheduled to begin at 6:00 am IST.

Where can you follow India’s Day 2 Events online?

All Asian Games 2018 Events will be streamed live on Sony Liv. For live updates, you can follow sports.ndtv.com.

(All telecast and streaming times according to the official broadcasters)



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Hardik Pandya’s Maiden Five-Wicket Haul Dismantles England At Trent Bridge


Pandya became the second fastest Indian to take a five-wicket haul when he took just 29 balls to wreak havoc. Harbhajan Singh is the fastest when he had taken 27 balls against West Indies in Kingston back in 2006.

Pandya produced an inspired spell of bowling to record his best figures in Test cricket. Pandya had come under criticism earlier for lack of contributions with the ball and for failing to justify his position in the Test team with the bat.

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He led the team off the ground after India bowled England for 161 in the first session on the second day pf the Test.

Before the start of the third Test, Michael Holding had come out and questioned Hardik Pandya’s place in the Indian team. He had said that Pandya is not yet the all-rounder India wants him to be, because he is ineffective as a bowler and also not scoring enough runs with the bat.

Incidentally, Pandya was the second highest run-scorer in the Indian side after the first two Test matches of the series – both which India lost.



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Bajrang Punia Wins Gold In Men’s 65kg Freestyle Wrestling


He outclassed Uzbekistan’s Sirojiddin Khasanov (13-3), Tajikistan’s Fayziev Abdulqosim (12-2) and Mongolia’s N Batmagnai Batchuluu (10-0) to storm into the gold medal bout.

In the final, he was tested by Japan’s Takatani Daichi but Bajrang held his nerves to prevail 11-8 in an exciting battle. He raced to a 6-0 lead but the Japanese kept at it and put Bajrang under immense pressure.    Bajrang emulated his mentor Yogeshwar Dutt, who won gold in the last edition and is now one of the few Asiad gold medal winners in wrestling.

Kartar Singh (1978, 1986), Satpal Singh (1982), Rajinder Singh (1978), Changdi Ram (1970) and Maruti Mane (1962) are among Asiad gold winners from India. A lot was expected from all five wrestlers in action but Sandeep Tomar (57kg), Mausam Khatri (97kg) and Pawan Kumar (86kg) faded out early. Pawan got a chance to redeem his campaign but lost his repechage round by technical superiority (0-11) to local boy Fahriansyah.

The biggest blow though came when two-time Olympic medallist Sushil, who was exempted from Asiad trails, lost tamely. Sushil, winner of a bronze at the 2006 Doha edition, was competing at the Games after skipping the last two editions. The Indian led 2-1 after the first period with a takedown but the Bahraini made a strong comeback to silence the Indian fans.

Sushil himself was surprised with his defeat.

“I did not expect this. I did not have any big competition under my belt and that was the main reason for my defeat. But it’s part of the sport. I will train harder and come back,” said Sushil.

“I was not passive. I tried. It was just that there was not much time between CWG and Asian Games, so I could not compete at bigger and better events to prepare.”

The London Olympics silver medallist created two opportunities to score in the second period but could not convert them while Batirov did not miss his chances. He led 3-2 with a takedown and then pushed the Indian out for a win. For Sushil to remain in the medal contention, Batirov needed to make the final. But the Bahraini lost his quarterfinal bout 2-8 to Japan’s Yuhi Fujinami, resulting to Sushil’s exit. Sandeep Tomar, who was the last wrestler to book a berth for the Games through trials, showed immense promise before crashing out in the quarterfinals.

He won his second round 12-8 against Turkmenistan’s Rustem Nazarov but was outwitted 9-15 by Iran’s Reza Atrinagharchi. Tomar put up a brave fight and was locked 6-6 with his tactically superior Iranian rival. In the second period, though, Reza just ran away with the bout with his big-scoring moves. The Iranian later lost his semifinal bout, which resulted to Tomar crashing out.

Khatri was outplayed 0-8 in the 97kg by Uzbekistan’s Magomed Ibragimo. Khatri remained passive throughout the bout and never made any attacking move. In the 86kg, Pawan Kumar made a rousing start by blanking Heng Vuthy of Cambodia 8-0 but later lost to reigning world champion Hassan Yazdani Charati of Iran by Technical Superiority. Yazdabi is the gold medallist at Rio Olympics, apart from winning three World Cup gold medals.

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Bajrang Punia winning 1st gold medal for India at this Asian games 2018. 65kg wrestling


भारतीय पहलवान बजरंग पुनिया ने फाइनल में जापान के ताकातानी दाएची को हराया. यह 18वें एशियन गेम्स में भारत का पहला गोल्ड मेडल है.

Asian games 2018: बजरंग पूनिया ने दिखाया दम, भारत को दिलाया पहला गोल्ड

बजरंग पूनिया 18वें एशियन गेम्स में गोल्ड जीतने वाले पहले भारतीय बन गए हैं.





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Eden Hazard “Won’t Leave” Chelsea This Month


Eden Hazard reassured Chelsea fans he won’t leave the club this month, despite continued interest from European champions Real Madrid. The transfer window for Premier League clubs has already closed, but remains open in a host of other European leagues until August 31. Hazard’s Belgian team-mate Thibaut Courtois forced a move from Chelsea to Madrid earlier this month by refusing to return for pre-season training after helping his country finish third at the World Cup.

After starring himself in Russia, Hazard seemed to suggest his time at Stamford Bridge was coming to an end, saying his “preferred destination” was well-known.

Hazard’s contract runs until 2020 with Chelsea hopeful he will renew to end speculation over his future.

But after coming off the bench to inspire a 3-2 win over Arsenal on Saturday, Hazard remained coy over whether he will remain at Chelsea beyond this season.

“Leaving this year? I will not leave,” he told French radio station RMC.

“Many things have been said. A lot of it nonsense. For now, I’m happy. I still have two years of the contract and we will see what happens.

“We can sell but we can not sign players. It would be a bit odd for them to let me go and not recruit a player after.”

After his World Cup exertions, Hazard has been left on the bench for both of Chelsea’s opening Premier League victories under Maurizio Sarri.

But he was given a hero’s welcome when he was introduced on the hour mark at Stamford Bridge on Saturday and set up the winner in a thrilling five-goal encounter for Marcos Alonso as Chelsea went top of the embryonic Premier League table.

“We could still see today that fans like me pretty well,” he added. “I feel good here. We’ll see what happens in a year or two years.



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Holders India Eye Big Win Against Indonesia In Men’s Hockey Opener


An Olympic berth at stake, nothing less than a gold medal would satisfy the top-ranked Indian men’s hockey team, which begins its Asian Games campaign against minnows Indonesia on August 20. Eyes firmly set on securing a direct berth in 2020 Tokyo Olympics, defending champions India will start as overwhelming favourites against the host nation. World No.5 India are unlikely to be challenged by any of their Pool A rivals — Korea (ranked 14), Japan (ranked 16), Sri Lanka (ranked 38), Hong Kong China (ranked 45) and Indonesia.

The Indians should have a smooth run till the semifinals, where they may be taking on either arch-rival Pakistan (ranked 13) or Malaysia (ranked 12).

Going by rankings, it should be a cakewalk for India in the continental event as they are the only side in the competition to be placed inside top 10 in the world.

Indonesia are nowhere in world hockey map and it is bound to be a lopsided contest tomorrow. It is expected to be a goal fest for India tomorrow and it just remains to be seen how many Harendra Singh’s men can pump in to boost their morale ahead of other pool matches.

India’s medal-less show at Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in April had the fans worried but the team bounced back strongly to reach the final of the concluding edition of the Champions Trophy under Harendra’s guidance.

India bumped into world number one Australia in the title clash and lost only in the shoot off.

Going by their form and performance against top teams of the world, India will be favourites to win their second consecutive Asian Games title, which they have never achieved in the history of the continental event. In 15 editions, the only time the Indians returned without a medal from the Asian Games was in Doha in 2006.

Harendra, who took over the reigns of the senior men’s national team in May this year for a record fourth time, wants his wards to create a legacy by the end of 2018 and, according to him, the Asiad is the first step towards that target.

“We can’t think of anything less than a gold. It is not acceptable. But we have to prove ourselves on the pitch in each and every match,” Harendra had said.

“A gold here will make us the first team to qualify for the 2020 Olympics and we will get one year and 11 months to prepare ourselves.”

Indian men will next take on Hong Kong China on August 20 followed by matches against Japan (August 24), Korea (August 26) and Sri Lanka (August 28).



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German FA Boss Admits Mesut Ozil Needed More Support Over ‘Racist Attacks’


Arsenal midfielder Ozil, 29, announced his shock retirement from international duty last month in the wake of Germany’s World Cup debacle.

He complained of facing “racism and disrespect”, due to his Turkish roots, and specifically took aim at Grindel in a three-page statement.

After Ozil and Ilkay Gundogan, who also has a Turkish family, met Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan in May, questions were raised about the pair’s loyalty to Germany.

Gundogan and Ozil, who were both born in Germany, were booed in a pre-World Cup defeat to Austria.

“In the eyes of Grindel and his supporters, I am German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose,”Ozil wrote damningly, sparking fierce debate about integration in Germany.

But while Gundogan made a statement to insist the Erdogan meeting had no political motivation, Ozil kept silent for two months before walking away from Germany duty. 

In his parting statement, he accused Grindel of failing to back him in the row over the Erdogan meeting and felt blamed for Germany’s woeful World Cup display, finishing bottom of their group.

There have been calls for Grindel, 56, who has been head of the DFB since 2016, to resign.

Grindel admits he should have handled things differently, but rejected Ozil’s claims that he was made a scapegoat for the World Cup debacle.

Sweeping changes

“I am sorry he feels let down by the DFB,” Grindel said.

“But it is important to emphasise that after the World Cup, I never commented on his performances.

“For me, it was always clear that we win together and lose together.

“To blame a single player for going out would be absurd.

“After the photos with president Erdogan, Ilkay Gundogan made a clear statement.

“I would have liked that also from Ozil because I know from conversations with fans that they also had questions about it.

“However, this must not be misunderstood as a criticism of his playing performance.”

Grindel said the door is not closed for Ozil to play for Germany again under head coach Joachim Loew, who has always supported the attacking midfielder.

“The board (of the DFB) and the national coach would need to discuss that together,” said Grindel.

“But so far there has not been a discussion between Joachim Loew and Mesut Ozil, which I know would be very important to the national coach.”

Loew has promised sweeping changes to the squad he will announce on August 29 to face World Cup winners France in Munich on September 6.

Grindel wants to bring the Germany team closer to the public with cheaper tickets for home internationals and open training sessions.

Germany’s World Cup slogan – ‘Best Never Rest’ – was criticised by fans and Grindel admits the marketing around the team hit the wrong note.

“I also think the concept around the term ‘die Mannschaft’ (the team) is perceived as very artificial. We should put that to the test,” Grindel added.



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