Archive for the ‘Sports’ Category

9 Nov
2011

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Maria Sharapova

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One of the toughest and aggressive tennis players Maria Sharapova, who won innumerable matches and became the queen of everyone’s heart especially for her grunting during matches, is as legendary as her signature swinging volley. We have compiled 10 interesting facts about Maria Sharapova which you must not be aware of. Enjoy! 1. Maria won her… Read More »

9 Nov
2011

Manchester United 8 – 2 Arsenal

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Manchester United slammed Arsenal by scoring eight goals past the shell-shocked Gunner Defense to secure an outstanding 8-2 victory at Old Trafford. It was Arsenal’s worst-ever defeat playing against United and the first time they have conceded eight in a competitive league game since 1896. The result leaves Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger staring at the… Read More »

9 Nov
2011

Ronaldinho Back For Brazil

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Ronaldinho gets a call to wear the famous yellow and blue jersey of Brazil again after an absence of nine months from the international scene. He has been called by the current Brazil coach Mano Menezes to play for his nation’s colors in next months friendly against African powerhouse Ghana. Ronaldinho, 31, last played for… Read More »

10 Nov
2011

Wayne Parnell Converts to Islam

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South African left-arm paceman Wayne Parnell converted to Islam, according to his statement to media on Thursday. The conversion to Islam came after his quest for the right path and he converted to Islam in January 2011, a fact he made public on 28th July 2011. He has changed his name to Wayne Whallid Parnell.… Read More »

10 Nov
2011

Amir Khan knocks out Zab Judah in Fifth Round

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Amir Khan Knocked out Zab Judah the 33- year old American to add the IBF light-welterweight title to his WBA crown at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada. Amir Khan floored Judas with 13 seconds remaining in the 5th round. At the start, neither of the boxers showed any effort. During the second round, Judah… Read More »

12 Nov
2011

Japan Beat U.S. To Win Women’s World Cup

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Japan has won the Women’s Soccer World Cup for the first time, after stunning the heavily favored United States 3-1 in a penalty shootout after coming from behind twice in a 2-2 tie. After the tsunami disaster in March, Japanese people were in a need of good news story which their Women’s Soccer Team delivered… Read More »