Sports Bulletin: Manika Batra achieved career best rank, Ronaldo’s goal won Manchester, read big news

Read this sports bulletin to know the big news of May 3 from the world of sports.

Read this sports bulletin to know the big news of May 3 from the world of sports.

Games are being organized continuously all over the world including India. Apart from cricket, events are also being held for other sports and apart from India, different players and teams of the world are also participating. With important news related to these TV9 Hindi (TV 9 Hindi) The Sports Bulletin is here again. The news of table tennis will be told in the bulletin of Tuesday, May 3, in which India’s legendary player Manika Batra (Manika Batra) Has reached the best ranking of her career. Apart from this, will tell about the Junior Shooting World Cup, for which the Indian Shooting Team (Indian Shooting Team) NRAI will bear the expenses of the 14 new shooters going in.

The bulletin also reported football, in which the Santosh Trophy, one of India’s oldest tournaments, came to an end and Kerala took the title. At the same time, Cristiano Ronaldo showed his flair in the English Premier League and he led the team to a memorable victory in the last match of Manchester United at the home stadium in the current season.

Table Tennis: Manika got career best ranking

India’s star paddler Manika Batra jumped 10 places in women’s singles to reach a career-best 38th position in the latest International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) rankings, while G Sathiyan is the top Indian player at 34th position. Experienced Achanta Sharath Kamal has also gained one place to reach 37th position. Most of the Indian players have benefited in the latest rankings. Archana Kamat has jumped 26 places to 66th position. Young Sreeja Akula has also gained 39 places in the new ranking and is now ranked 68th in the world.

Football: Kerala captures Santosh Trophy

Kerala has captured the prestigious Santosh Trophy, one of the oldest football tournaments in India. In the final played in Malappuram, hosts Kerala won the title by defeating West Bengal 5-4 in the penalty shootout of the thrilling final match. The match ended in a goalless draw in regular time. Then, after trailing in extra time, Kerala scored the equalizer shortly before the end of the match. The Bengal team, which won this championship title 32 times, was also defeated by Kerala in the league stage of the current season. Bengal’s team could score 4 out of five goals in the penalty shootout, while Kerala won the title with all five goals.

Shooting: NRAI will bear the expenses of 14 players in the Junior World Cup

The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) has decided to bear the expenses of 14 non-Olympic shooters at the ISSF Junior World Cup to be held in Suhl, Germany. India is preparing to field a 51-member strong team in this top competition of the international junior shooting calendar to be held in the city of Germany from May 9 to 20. With the presence of big names like Saurabh Chaudhary and Manu Bhaker, the Indian team will also be accompanied by a 15-member support staff which includes coaches, physios and trainers.

Football: United win with Cristiano’s goal

Manchester United beat Brentford 3-0 in the English Premier League on Monday, aided by a goal from in-form Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo has scored 18 goals in this season. Apart from them, Bruno Fernandes and Rafael Varan scored goals. With this win, there is a possibility of Manchester United technically being in the top four. Currently he is in sixth place and has two matches left. They are five points behind fourth-placed Arsenal and three points behind Tottenham and both teams have four matches to play.

Football: Russian team banned again

Action against Russia continues in the world of sports for Russia’s military intervention in Ukraine. In the latest action, Russian football teams have been ruled out of the Women’s European Championship, the Men’s Champions League and the 2023 Women’s World Cup qualifying. UEFA has imposed these sanctions due to Russia’s military attack on Ukraine. Earlier in February, FIFA and UEFA banned Russia’s national and club teams from playing international football, including the men’s World Cup playoffs. Against those decisions the Russian Football Federation has appealed to the Sports Arbitration. Appeals are also likely to be filed against the fresh restrictions.

Weightlifting: Silver for Dnyaneshwari, Ritika won bronze

India’s Dnyaneshwari Yadav won the bronze medal in the women’s 49kg category at the ongoing IWF Junior World Weightlifting Championships in Greece while V Ritika finished third. Dnyaneshwari of Chhattisgarh lifted the weight of 156 kg (73 and 83 kg). At the same time, 18-year-old Ritika won the bronze medal by lifting 150 kg (69 kg and 81 kg). Only 10 competitors had landed in this category. Tokyo Olympics bronze medalist Windy Si Aisah of Indonesia won the gold medal by lifting 185 kg. There was a difference of 29 kg between him and Dnyaneshwari’s performance. India has three medals in this tournament. Earlier on Monday, Harshada Sharad Garud won the gold medal.