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  • September 8, 2022

By : ABP News Bureau | Updated: 14 Aug 2021 04:31 PM (IST)
🚨 Presenting our first line-up of the 2021/22 #PL season…

Let's do this, Reds! 🔴#MUFC | #MUNLEE
“Given the information published today by the newspaper Mundo Deportivo, in which it says that our club studied the possibility of moving from LaLiga to the Premier, Real Madrid wants to assert that this information is completely false, absurd and impossible and it only intends to disturb, once more, the day to day of our club.”
Manchester United vs Leeds at 5 pm today!
Indian football fans would be eager to be back to their television sets for the sport they love so much. 
🗣”I answered questions about Kane in the previous press conference. He's a player from Tottenham. I'm not going to talk about it. I made an exception last time, usually, I don't talk about transfers.”

Pep Guardiola refuses to speak about Harry Kane joining Manchester City pic.twitter.com/htJRAOUayx
#WorldArchery #Youth#Poland

Today's Schedule
1:55pm -🥇 🇮🇳vs🇹🇷 CCG Team
2:51-🥇🇮🇳vs🇺🇸 CCB Team
3:42-🥇🇮🇳vs🇺🇸 CCX Team
4:08-🥉Parneet Kaur-Hallie Baulton🇬🇧
4:20-🥇Priya Gurjar-Selena🇲🇽
9:20-🥇Sakshi Chaudhary-Amanda Mlinaric🇭🇷
9:38-🥉Rishabh Yadav-Sebastian🇲🇽 @ntpclimited pic.twitter.com/UDXbQiVunM
https://t.co/SkpyYTfIwA
The Bees are up and running on their return match this season, thanks to goals from Sergi Canos and Mads Bech Sorensen. 
Brentford is a team that entered the Premier League after 74 years of playing in the lower divisions. 
 
For those who don’t know: Premier League has 20 top teams from England and every year, the bottom three teams are ‘relegated’ to the lower division in English football, and three teams from the lower divisions get a chance in the Premier League. Thus, Brentford never qualified to play in the PL for 74 years. Now they are here and are off to a dreamy start beating the Gunners! 


1️⃣ #PL match
1️⃣ win

👌 A perfect start to the season for @BrentfordFC #BREARS pic.twitter.com/QZeth64ezT
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On Saturday, 14 August 2021, we do have a brilliant lineup for the day.
Let’s talk about cricket first: India and England meet to play Day 3 of the Lord’s Test match. The match looks evenly poised as England picked 7 wickets on Day 2 and did not allow India to pose a big total. England still has Joe Root on strike but more than 200 runs behind India. It is going to be a challenging day, especially for the batsmen as the pitch will slowly start deteriorating. 
On the other hand, we also have West Indies vs Pakistan. They will be playing Day 3 of the Test match where West Indies has got a small 1st innings lead. Pakistan will have to bat well to save or win this Test.
Although Serie A will be starting next week, there’s enough football action starting this week. The mother of all leagues, the Premier League of England has already begun.
Arsenal played their first match against Brentford on Saturday midnight. Shockingly, Arsenal lost to the Brentford team 2-0. It’s a great start to the Premier League this season. Even though Arsenal played yesterday, there are seven great games today in the PL. Chelsea, Manchester United, Leicester, Liverpool, all play today. Stay updated on those match results as well. 
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