Sunday, March 26, 2006

The ATP and WTA Player of the Year 2006.
Said the men to the boys.
Man Utd all the way.
Manchester United Outclass Birmingham City
24 March 2006, Manchester United, playing home at Old Trafford, beat Birmingham City 3-0. Two goals by Ryan Giggs put Manchester United on their way followed up by a Wayne Rooney goal late in the match. This was another miserable result for Birmingham City followed by their 7-0 thrashing at Liverpool and are now in a relegation battle to stay in the Premiership.

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Liverpool 7-0 Birmingham
In a recent FA Cup match in England, reigning European champions Liverpool destroyed Birmingham football club by 7 goals to nothing. The FA Cup is a tournament played on the bases of elimination. After this thrashing, Liverpool now move onto the last 4 of the FA Cup with Chelsea as possible opponents.
President Bush plays Cricket
In a recent trip to Pakistan, President requested to play cricket as he wanted to see the similarity between cricket and baseball. President Bush played alongside Pakistan cricket team captain Inzaman-ul-Haq and cricketer Salma Butt. Inzaman-ul-Haq did the bowling first as Bush batted followed by Bush bowling to Inzaman. All in all, a very constructive day for cricket.
New Porsche
This year Porsche will launch two new models of which both were displayed at Geneva. In addition to the new Turbo, there's a new GT3 coming out which is based on the latest Porsche 911 and it promises even better performance. The new GT3 was unveiled to the public for the very first time on 28 February 2006 and will on sale in Europe in May 2006 and on 26th August 2006 in the UK for a price of 79,540 pounds.

Friday, January 20, 2006

Daniela Hantuchova upsets Serena Williams.
On 19th January 2006, Russian tennis player Danila Hantuchova defeated defending champion Serena Williams in the Australian Open. Although there was a rain-delay, Hantuchova beat Williams 6-1 7-6 (7-5). Williams did not perform to her best and seemed to struggle throughout. But at the same time, you can't discredit Hantuchova, who has never beaten Williams before. So, congratulations to her and heres wishing her all the best for the Australian Open. Although I must say, GO SHARAPOVA!!!