I-League: Actual Kashmir, Punjab register straightforward wins


Real Kashmir FC inflicted a 6-0 drubbing on Indian Arrows in the I-League. The result took them up to second place. Meanwhile, Chencho Gyeltshen’s brace helped RoundGlass Punjab FC beat TRAU 2-0.

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Mehidy Hasan’s maiden hundred lifted Bangladesh to 430 and on top of West Indies after two days of the first Test today. WI were 75/2 in reply. Agencies

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