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De Villiers Expected To Score Big Against Irish In World Cup
Associated Press
CANBERRA, Australia, March 2: South Africa players have said they´re in awe of skipper A.B. de Villiers´ current form, with high expectations of another record-breaking innings when he faces Ireland in a World Cup Pool B match on Tuesday.

Allrounder Farhann Behardien on Monday said he had goose bumps when he batted with de Villiers´ at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday during South Africa´s 257-run win over the West Indies.
Nadal Beats Monaco To Win 1st Title In Nearly 9 Months
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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, March 2: Rafael Nadal won his first title in nearly nine months Sunday after defeating Juan Monaco 6-4, 6-1 at the Argentina Open.

The top-seeded Spaniard hadn´t reached a final since winning at Roland Garros last year.
Coutinho´s Curler Earns Liverpool 2-1 Win Over Man City
Associated Press
LIVERPOOL, England, March 2: Philippe Coutinho scored a late winner against Manchester City at Anfield for the second straight season as Liverpool won 2-1 on Sunday to dent the champions´ chances of hauling in Premier League leader Chelsea.

The in-form Brazilian playmaker capped his latest impressive display by curling in a 25-meter shot in the 75th minute, adding another long-distance strike to his repertoire of recent stunning goals.
Terry Inspires Chelsea To League Cup Win Over Tottenham
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LONDON, March 2: With a commanding defensive display and his first-ever cup final goal, evergreen captain John Terry ensured Chelsea would not endure another trophyless season.

The 34-year-old Terry lifted the League Cup at Wembley Stadium following a 2-0 victory over Tottenham almost two years after collecting Chelsea´s last silverware in the Europa League. Perhaps more significantly, it gave Jose Mourinho the first trophy of his second spell as Chelsea manager.
Tamang Siblings Win Badminton Titles
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KATHMANDU, March 2: Tamang siblings, Ratnajeet and his sister Saradevi continued their dominance in the Krishna Mohan Memorial Badminton Champion after winning singles titles at the APF headquarter covered hall at Halchowk, Kathmandu on Sunday.

This is the fourth consecutive singles title the siblings, both top-ranked in their respective categories, had won in the competition organized by the Nepal Armed Police Force Sports Committee in as much years.
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