Gotze may not have the pace and intensity on the ball to suit Dortmund's style, but he does bring commitment without possession. In a similar style to Liverpool's Roberto Firmino, Gotze fits the bill for a team looking to press their opponents high up the pitch. … [Read more...] about Mario Gotze: Where next for Borussia Dortmund’s World Cup winner?
Dunn is one of the longest-serving members of the Vitality Roses and this Netball World Cup was her third. She missed out on selection for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, something she described as being "massively tough", and yet didn't give up on her quest to take to court in at a home Netball World Cup. … [Read more...] about England’s Rachel Dunn relives Netball World Cup magic with Sky Sports watchalong
Guthrie's World Cup, and indeed her 98 caps for England, are filled with game-changing moments. Moments when she wins ball, lifts the crowd and her team-mates, and the team accelerates. The bronze medal play-off in Liverpool was no different and interestingly, she's working off instinct. … [Read more...] about Serena Guthrie relived an ’emotional’ Netball World Cup for first time with watchalong
“But for me, most importantly was handling the pressure because not once in those tough situations when he was batting did it show, and he has evolved and blossomed. That’s why he’s one of the most successful captains in IPL history.” … [Read more...] about ‘A Standout Performer’, VVS Laxman Hails Rohit Sharma
The highest-ranked woman, as reported last week, is Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka at No. 29 ($37.4 million), who supplanted Serena Williams ($36 million), who is No. 33. They are the lone women in the top 100, marking the first time multiple women made the list since Williams and Maria Sharapova in 2016. … [Read more...] about Roger Federer is the world’s highest-paid athlete