• Man City beats Southampton 3-1 in Premier League

    Manchester City rebounded emphatically from two disappointing losses with a 3-1 win over Southampton in the English Premier League on Saturday, but lost Sergio Aguero to another injury.

  • Heavy security as PSG plays first home game since shootings

    With armed police patrolling the stadium and fans waving French flags inside, league leader Paris Saint-Germain beat last-place Troyes 4-1 on Saturday in its first home match since the Paris attacks.

  • Neymar, Suarez, Messi score as Barca beats Socieda

    Neymar netted twice while Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi also scored as Barcelona earned another lopsided win by beating Real Sociedad 4-0 to protect its lead of the Spanish league on Saturday.

  • Rooney concerned as Vardy eyes record against misfiring United

    Wayne Rooney says misfiring Manchester United should follow the example of record-chasing Jamie Vardy in their summit meeting with surprise Premier League leaders Leicester on Saturday.

  • Soccer Friday: Kicking Singapore out of Malaysian soccer helps no-one

    Tuesday night’s Malaysia Cup quarterfinal underlined all that was good about Singapore’s involvement, with a big crowd in Kuantan watching regional superstars like Safuwan Baharudin and Faris Ramli dueling with Pahang’s import players, including Dickson Nwakaeme, Matias Conti and Zesh Rehman.

  • From the PGA tour: RSM Classic continues early PGA Tour season trend

    Since the beginning of the 2016 PGA Tour season on Oct. 15, first time champions have made their fellow veterans seem rather ordinary by winning six out of seven events.

  • Host RI aims high at world c’ships

    Host country Indonesia is dreaming of a victorious finish in the upcoming World Rafting Championship (WRC) 2015 on the Citarik River in Sukabumi, West Java.

  • Challengers pip Rebels in a rain affected thriller

    Challengers defeated Fez Rebels by one wicket by virtue of a better net-run-rate in their TATA Motors JCA League game on Sunday that saw stoppages due to rain and fortunes fluctuating right through, eventually culminating in a nail-biting finish.

  • Putting it briefly: East Kalimantan beat Jakarta in hockey final

    East Kalimantan won the women’s division title of the National Hockey Championships after defeating Jakarta 1-0 at the Astroturf hockey field in Senayan, on Sunday.

  • Putting it briefly: Anthony crashes out in HK semifinals

    Anthony Sinisuka Ginting failed to advance to the finals of the Hong Kong Open badminton championship after losing to Tian Houwei of China 18-21, 21-11, 21-6 in the semifinals on Saturday.

  • Martial artists fighting to Olympic glory

    Twirling spears, swords and clubs at frightening speeds, the brightly clad fighters performing backflips and flying kicks could be mistaken for extras in a kung fu movie being shot in the Indonesian capital Jakarta.

  • Putting it briefly: Papua, East Kalimantan into hockey finals

    The Papua men’s team continued its title charge by burying West Papua 4-0 in the semifinals of the National Hockey Championships at the Senayan Astroturf Hockey Field in Jakarta on Saturday.

  • European games largely incident-free as tight security works

    Stadiums were on high security alert on Saturday, as domestic leagues around Europe resumed a week after the deadly attacks in Paris that took 130 lives and left hundreds more injured.

  • Panathinaikos-Olympiakos match aborted after violence

    The Greek league match between host Panathinaikos and archrival Olympiakos was postponed after home fans clashed with police before the game and threw flares at Olympiakos players as they walked out onto the pitch.

  • Novak Djokovic to face Roger Federer in last match of season

    There is one more match to play this season, and there is plenty riding on it for both Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.

  • Liverpool beats Man City 4-1 in best showing under Klopp

    Liverpool produced its best performance since the arrival of new manager Juergen Klopp to beat Premier League title chasers Manchester City 4-1 on Saturday.

  • Putting it briefly: Greysia/Nitya advance to HK quarterfinals

    JAKARTA: Greysia Polii and Nitya Krishinda Maheswari cruised into the women’s doubles quarterfinals at the Hong Kong Open badminton championship late on Thursday with a 21-11, 21-16 win over Ayane Kurihara and Naru Shinoya of Japan.

  • Putting it briefly: Papua marches to hockey semifinals

    JAKARTA: Hosea Asyer made a double and Matheus Kbarek scored another as the Papua men’s team won 3-0 over East Kalimantan on Friday to dominate Pool A of the National Hockey Championship.

  • Soccer Friday: How Struggling Malaysia could learn from UAE, Australia

    Never did defeat feel so much like a moral victory for Malaysia as they narrowly lost to the United Arab Emirates in Tuesday night’s AFC 2018 World Cup qualifier, their final international match of the year.

  • Sentul vies for hosting slot in 2017

    Indonesia is looking to bring back the MotoGP race to Sentul in 2017, two decades after it last held the event in 1997.