Mourinho runs around 50 metres to celebrate the team’s goal in his 1,000th match as manager
Roma head coach Jose Mourinho marked his 1,000th match as a manager by sprinting down the touchline to celebrate Stephan El Shaarawy’s injury-time winner against Sassuolo. “I am sure I will remember it for the rest of my life because my 1000th game as a coach was this one,” he said about running around 50 metres to celebrate the 2-1 win.
Simone Biles wears dress weighing 40 kg at Met Gala; 100 people made it in 6,650 hours
Four-time Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast Simone Biles wore a three-in-one, night sky-inspired dress weighing over 40 kg at the Met Gala 2021. The dress consisted of a hand-embellished skirt covered in Swarovski crystals. More than 100 people worked for 6,650 hours to make the dress. “I personally don’t think anybody’s dress is gonna be better than mine,” the 24-year-old said.
I watched F1, Leeds-Liverpool match ahead of US Open final: Medvedev
Daniil Medvedev, who won his first Grand Slam title at US Open, revealed that he watched Formula One Italian Grand Prix and Leeds United vs Liverpool match on Sunday ahead of the final to distract himself. “Switching away from tennis helps me…I could’ve gotten up at 7 am and only been thinking, ‘What should I do?…How to win it?'” he added.
Team India players were dead scared after physiotherapist tested COVID-19 +ve: Ganguly
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has said that Team India players refused to play the fifth Test but they cannot be blamed. “The players were devastated when they came to know that assistant physiotherapist Yogesh Parmar tested positive for COVID-19,” he further said, “They feared they must have contracted the disease and were dead scared.”
Rubbish: BCCI Treasurer on reports of Kohli quitting white-ball captaincy after T20 WC
After reports claiming that Virat Kohli will give up white-ball captaincy after the T20 World Cup surfaced, BCCI Treasurer Arun Dhumal told IANS, “This is all rubbish. Nothing as such is happening.” He added, “BCCI has not met or discussed anything on this issue (split captaincy). Virat will remain the captain in all formats.”
Ex-Zimbabwe captain Taylor retires, gets guard of honour in last match
Ex-Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor retired from international cricket against Ireland and received a special guard of honour from his teammates and opponents. Taylor made his debut in 2004 in an ODI against Sri Lanka. The 35-year-old scored 9,938 runs across 284 internationals which includes 17 centuries and 57 half-centuries. Taylor hit 7 runs in his last match.