Oct 212018
 
SNGPL-NBP match drawn in PPFL

LAHORE: SNGPL and NBP interesting battle ended 3-3 draw In Pakistan Premier Football.In Punjab Stadium Lahore Sui Northern Gas Pipe Lines (SNGPL) got off to a flying start against National Bank of Pakistan (NBP). Muhammad Shoaib Provided lead in the 16th minute but Adil Ahmad equaliser in the 21th minute stunned the SNGPL.He scored again to make it 2-1 for NBP after 12 minutes. Sher Ali added one more to the lead before end of the first half. SNGPL fought well for the comeback Bahar Ali reduced the deficit in the 70th minute and then provided the equaliser after 5 minutes to make it 3-0. No team was able to get lead in the remaining time. In the second encounter Baloachistan FC Noshki and Civil Aviation Authority match ended a goalless draw. Both teams made some good moves put poor finishing denied the goal.

Oct 212018
 
Pak U-15 footballers off to Nepal

LAHORE: The Pakistan National U-15 Team have left for Nepal to participate in the SAFF U-15 Championship. The event is going to be held from October 25 to November 3 at Kathmandu, Nepal.The team: Muhammed Awais, Afnan Shahid, Muhammed Hamza Naseem, Haseeb Ahmed Khan (Captain), Mohibullah, Najeebullah, Junaid Aahmed Shah, Jawad Bashir, Khushal Khan, Asif Ali, Muhammed Kashif, Shahzaib Jawed, Wasif, Adnan Justin, Syed Ali Shah, Osama, Saad Khan, Mudassar Nazar, Hassan Shereen, Iftikhar Ahmed, Moin Ahmed, Muhammed Amir Khan.Jose Roberto Portella(Head Coach) Asghar Khan Anjum (Asst.Coach/Asst Manager) Sheikh Zahid Niaz (Assistant Coach), Ghulam Shabir (Assistan Coach) Choudary Noman Ibrahim (Goalkeeper Coach), Muhammed Adnan (Physio).

Oct 212018
 
Isner welcomes Wimbledon?s new tiebreak rule

LONDON: Tennis’s marathon man John Isner has welcomed Wimbledon’s decision to introduce tiebreaks at 12-12 in the final set.The American became something of a Wimbledon cult hero when beating France’s Nicolas Mahut 70-68 in the fifth set in 2010 – a record-breaking duel lasting 11 hours five minutes and spanning three days and in which the last set alone (eight hours 11 minutes) would have broken the previous longest-match record.After his 2010 exploits Isner, 33, was involved in the second-longest Wimbledon match in this year’s semi-finals when he went down 26-24 in the fifth set to South Africa’s Kevin Anderson – a battle lasting six hours and 36 minutes.That led to further calls to bring in sudden-death tiebreaks and Wimbledon’s organisers announced this week that next year’s Championships would use them after 24 games in deciding sets. “I have said all along 12-all is good,” he told BBC Radio 5 on Sunday.“That is sensible – you’re getting people who like the advantage and people who like tie-breaks. It is bucking tradition but a lot of people believe that is not a bad thing.” The world number 10 even joked that the new ruling should be named after him.“The next match that gets to that, they should just say we will now play the Isner Rule,” he said. “I don’t think they are going to do that, but I think I’ve been a big driving force for it.”