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Saurabh Chaudhary wins 3 gold medals at national shooting trials

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Saurabh Chaudhary of Uttar Pradesh swept the men’s 50m pistol national selection trials at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range today, winning three gold medals and a silver across the senior and junior categories. He won both the men’s and junior 50m pistol T4 trials, after he had bagged the bronze in the men’s T3 event while maintaining gold in the junior T3 competition.

Naihati

I-League: Sudeva pip Kenkre, Gokulam beat Punjab

A deflected goal by Shubho Paul helped Sudeva Delhi FC eke out a narrow 1-0 win over Kenkre FC on the final matchday of Phase 1 in the I-League here on Tuesday. Defending champions Gokulam Kerala FC defeated RoundGlass Punjab 3-1 at the Kalyani Stadium.

New Delhi

Mumbai City hold Al Jazira in AFC Champions League clash

Mumbai City FC drew 0-0 with Al Jazira Club of the UAE in their fourth game of the AFC Champions League in Riyadh on Monday. Mumbai are third in Group B with four points. Saudi Arabia’s Al Shabab lead the table with 10 points, with Al Jazira (four points) second and Iraq’s Air Force Club fourth.

Kolkata

Williams hat-trick seals Bagan’s AFC Cup group berth

Star forward David Williams scored a brilliant hat-trick under pressure as ATK Mohun Bagan survived some anxious moments to down Abahani Limited Dhaka 3-1 and qualify for the AFC Cup main round. The Australian completed his hat-trick with five minutes left on the clock but it came after much drama.

Malappuram

Services come back strongly in Santosh Trophy

Down by a goal, defending champions Services showed grit to record their first win in the 75th Santosh Trophy, beating Gujarat 3-1 in a Group B here on Tuesday. Agencies

Belgrade

Thiem loses on return from injury

John Millman tainted Dominic Thiem’s return from injury by beating the Austrian 6-3 3-6 6-4 in the first round of the Serbia Open today. Thiem was playing his first tour-level match since injuring his right wrist last June, and the former world No. 3 showed some signs of encouragement before Millman prevailed in just over two and a half hours. AP

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