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Pujara, Kohli unbeaten on 91*, 45* as India trail England by 139 runs after Day 3

India ended Day 3 of the Leeds Test at 215/2 in the second innings, trailing England by 139 runs. Rohit Sharma scored 59(156), while Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli are unbeaten on 91*(180) and 45*(94) respectively. England fast bowler James Anderson went wicketless on Day 3, with Ollie Robinson and Craig Overton picking up one wicket each.

Cristiano Ronaldo to return to Manchester United, confirms club

Manchester United have confirmed they have reached agreement with Juventus for transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo, subject to agreement of personal terms, visa and medical. This will be Ronaldo’s second stint with the club. The 36-year-old played for Manchester United from 2003 to 2009 before joining Real Madrid.

Visually impaired Paralympic hit by self-driving bus in Tokyo athletes’ village

Visually impaired Paralympic, Japanese judoka Haramitsu Kitazono, was hit by a self-driving bus developed by Toyota in the athletes’ village in Tokyo and suffered head and leg injuries. The bus was turning at an intersection when it hit the 30-year-old who was walking on a pedestrian crossing, police added. He will need two weeks to recover.

Sushil Kumar still the best wrestler in India: Olympic bronze medallist Bajrang Punia

Wrestler Bajrang Punia has said he still considers Sushil Kumar, who’s currently lodged in Tihar jail in Sagar Rana murder case, as the best wrestler in India. “Sushil enlivened wrestling after winning an Olympic medal in 2008 and that came after 56 years,” Punia said. Sushil won bronze in Beijing and then silver in London Olympics.

Bhavina Patel becomes first-ever Indian to reach para table tennis final at Paralympics

India’s Bhavina Patel has created history by becoming the first ever Indian para table tennis player to enter the final at the Paralympics. The 34-year-old defeated world number three Zhang Miao of China in the semi-final of women’s singles Class 4 event on Saturday. Bhavina won the match 7-11, 11-7, 11-4, 9-11, 11-8.

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