Nobby Stiles, whose celebratory dance on the Wembley pitch holding the World Cup trophy in one hand and his dentures in the other, and described as the “heart and soul” of England’s 1966 World Cup winning team, has died, aged 78.
‘We’re in 2020 and we can’t treat people like we used to a couple of decades ago’
Novak Djokovic suffered his heaviest defeat in a three-set match yesterday when he was knocked out of the Vienna ATP tournament by lucky loser Lorenzo Sonego, stalling his bid to wrap up the year-end world number one ranking for a sixth time.
Chris Gayle went past 1,000 T20 sixes yesterday but missed another of his trademark quickfire centuries by one run as his King’s XI Punjab were beaten by Rajasthan Royals in the race for Indian Premier League playoff places.
Brendan Taylor’s had put Zimbabwe briefly on course for an upset win with a fine ton
Wallabies skipper Michael Hooper yesterday said he was excited by what his young team can achieve, but warned the error count has to drop in their must-win Bledisloe Cup clash against the All Blacks.
Ireland will be crowned champions if they win away to France with a bonus-point