Reuters Sports News Summary
After a topsy-turvy final that both sets of players described as high pressure due to expectations back home, Singh fought back from 10-8 down in the decider against Pakistan's Noor Zaman to win 12-10 and clinch the gold medal, sending his team mates and the Indian fans in the crowd into raptures. Soccer-'The Korean guy' gets Guardiola's attention Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola forgot Hwang Hee-chan's name when he listed Wolverhampton Wanderers' key players before Saturday's Premier League match at Molineux but the Spaniard will remember him now.
Following is a summary of current sports news briefs.
Games-India win thriller over arch-rivals Pakistan for squash gold
India's squash team celebrated a gold medal gained in dramatic circumstances on Saturday when Abhay Singh came back from two match points down to win the deciding game and so beat rivals Pakistan in the Asian Games men's team final. After a topsy-turvy final that both sets of players described as high pressure due to expectations back home, Singh fought back from 10-8 down in the decider against Pakistan's Noor Zaman to win 12-10 and clinch the gold medal, sending his team mates and the Indian fans in the crowd into raptures.
Soccer-'The Korean guy' gets Guardiola's attention
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola forgot Hwang Hee-chan's name when he listed Wolverhampton Wanderers' key players before Saturday's Premier League match at Molineux but the Spaniard will remember him now. The South Korean international winger scored the second-half winner in a shock 2-1 victory that ended champions City's perfect start to the season.
Soccer-Champions City shocked by Wolves, Spurs down nine-man Liverpool
Manchester City slipped to a shock first Premier League defeat of the season when they were beaten 2-1 at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday, while Tottenham Hotspur overcame nine-man Liverpool by the same score thanks to a stoppage-time Joel Matip own goal. Manchester United's campaign of woe continued with a 1-0 home loss to Crystal Palace but there were no such troubles for Arsenal who, along with Spurs, closed the gap to leaders City to one point with a rampant 4-0 win at Bournemouth.
Rallying-Tanak heading for victory in Chile
M-Sport Ford's Ott Tanak was heading for victory in Rally Chile after dominating Saturday's gravel stages and ending the penultimate leg with a 58.3 second advantage over Hyundai's Teemu Suninen. The Estonian had started the day 4.2 seconds clear but steadily stretched his lead by winning four of the day's six stages.
Soccer-Superb Leao helps Milan go top of Serie A with win over Lazio
Christian Pulisic and Noah Okafor put AC Milan provisionally top of Serie A on Saturday, with their second-half goals sealing a 2-0 home victory against Lazio. Rafael Leao played a vital role in both goals with the 24-year-old Portugal international providing two assists in a menacing display in which he created several other opportunities.
Soccer-Unstoppable Martinez scores four as Inter cruise past Salernitana
Lautaro Martinez came off the bench to score all four goals for Inter Milan as they secured a 4-0 victory at Salernitana on Saturday that propelled them back to the top of Serie A. The hosts had kept Inter at bay for the first hour but fell apart after Martinez came on nine minutes after the break and bagged four goals in 27 minutes, including one from the penalty spot.
Soccer-Real reclaim top spot with 3-0 win at Girona
Real Madrid outclassed Girona 3-0 on Saturday to return to the top of the LaLiga standings, thanks to goals from Joselu, Aurelien Tchouameni and Jude Bellingham. Real moved on to 21 points from eight games, one ahead of Barcelona, who beat Sevilla 1-0 at home on Friday. Girona dropped to third.
Golf-Courageous Cantlay rams taunts down European throats
American Patrick Cantlay silenced the taunts of thousands of European fans to earn his side an emotion-charged point in their desperate battle to stay in the Ryder Cup on Saturday. The 31-year-old was mocked relentlessly by the boisterous galleries at the Marco Simone course throughout his fourballs match alongside Wyndham Clark after reports surfaced that he refused to wear a team cap because of a pay dispute.
Soccer-Bayern stage comeback in 2-2 draw with Leipzig but drop to third
Bayern Munich struck twice in the second half to come from two goals down and snatch a 2-2 draw at RB Leipzig on Saturday but the champions dropped to third place in the Bundesliga with their second draw of the season. Goals from Leroy Sane and Harry Kane in the second half cancelled out Leipzig's first-half lead but the result left Bayern on 14 points in third, two behind leaders Bayer Leverkusen. Leipzig, who host Manchester City in the Champions League next week, are fifth, a further point behind.
ATP Roundup: Daniil Medvedev advances to quarters in China
Daniil Medvedev fought off a challenge from Australian Alex de Minaur to win 7-6 (3), 6-3 and advance to the quarterfinals of the China Open on Saturday in Beijing. Medvedev was up 5-2 in the first set, but de Minaur rallied to win four straight games to force a tiebreaker, which went to the second-seeded Russian. With the victory, Medvedev won his 40th hard-court match of the season, which leads the tour.
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