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The Sport360 team here with our key sports headlines on Thursday.

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United boss Mourinho happy with opening win.

Difficult summer: Jose Mourinho.

Aditya Devavrat scrutinises the numbers and takes a look back at Manchester United‘s spending post the Sir Alex Ferguson era.

It certainly makes for interesting reading for all Red Devils fans out there.

Read his article, here.

FOOTBALL

Answering goalkeeping shortage: Aro Muric.

Answering goalkeeping shortage: Aro Muric.

Manchester City have recalled goalkeeper Aro Muric from his loan spell at NAC Breda following the injury to Claudio Bravo.

Reserve keeper Bravo faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines after injuring his Achilles tendon in training on Tuesday, leaving City short of cover for first-choice Ederson.

CRICKET

Our cricket writer Ajit Vijaykumar says India currently have a golden generation of fast bowling talent at their disposal.

Read his article, here.

REGIONAL

Preparing for action: Team UAE.

They may have scraped into the last 16, but the UAE’s path to the later stages of the 2018 Asian Games appears fairly clear.

Maciej Skorza’s men take on hosts Indonesia in Cikarang on Friday, knowing that a place in the semi-finals is realistically theirs for the taking.

Read Matt Jones’ report, here.

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Daily Digest: India on the brink of third Test victory over England at Trent Bridge

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The Sport360 team here with our key sports headlines on Wednesday.

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NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND - AUGUST 21: Jasprit Bumrah of India leads his team from the field at stumps on day four of the Specsavers 3rd Test match between England and India at Trent Bridge on August 21, 2018 in Nottingham, England. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

Pace ace Jasprit Bumrah leads India off the field in Nottingham.

England look bound for defeat against India but will leave Trent Bridge with the consolation of Jos Buttler’s maiden Test century.

Buttler’s 106 and a gritty 62 from Ben Stokes defied the tourists in a fifth-wicket stand of 169 which helped to take this match into a final day – albeit with England on 311 for nine and 210 runs shy of their target.

Barring a double-century last-wicket stand between Adil Rashid and James Anderson or relentless resilience, the hosts will head to Southampton for next week’s penultimate Test with only a 2-1 series lead.

Read more in our cricket section.

FOOTBALL

Magic: Leo Messi.

Magic: Leo Messi.

Our La Liga expert Andy West dissects the key things we learned from the opening weekend of action in the Spanish top flight.

Read more, here.

CRICKET

Kohli is set to reclaim the No1 ranking for batsmen after the third Test.

Kohli is set to reclaim the No1 ranking for batsmen after the third Test.

Our cricket writer Ashish Peter lauds India captain Virat Kohli after his superb performance in the third Test at Trent Bridge.

Read more, here.

REGIONAL

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Al Ain’s next generation are ready to pick up the mantle left behind by mentor Omar Abdulrahman – beginning with Saturday’s Arabian Gulf Super Cup against bitter rivals Al Wahda.

This is the message from Rayan Yaslam. From 2017/18’s drive to a club-first double of the Arabian Gulf League and President’s Cup, the 23-year-old emerged as Amoory’s heir apparent for club and country.

Read more, here.

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Daily Digest: James Milner and Sadio Mane star as Liverpool secure victory at Crystal Palace

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Niall here with our key sports headlines on Tuesday.

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Liverpool made it two wins from two at the start of the Premier League season as a controversial penalty set them on their way to a 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace.

James Milner beat Wayne Hennessey from the spot after Mohamed Salah went down late in the first half under minimal contact from Mamadou Sakho and the frustrated hosts’ hopes of a comeback were ended when Sadio Mane scored a second in stoppage time – if not earlier when Aaron Wan-Bissaka was sent off.

Jurgen Klopp’s second-placed teamed join title rivals Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea on maximum points.

FOOTBALL

Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric and Mohamed Salah make up the three-man shortlist for the UEFA Player of the Year award for the 2017/18 season.

Read our view as to why Modric’s exploits should make him a worthy winner for the award.

Elsewhere, Paul Pogba believes Manchester United must stay ‘mad’ to beat Tottenham and atone for Sunday’s Premier League loss at Brighton.

The Red Devils suffered a humiliating 3-2 defeat at Amex Stadium, where Glenn Murray, Shane Duffy and Pascal Gross struck for the Seagulls.

CRICKET

India captain Virat Kohli’s second century of the series strengthened his side’s iron grip on the third Test against England at Trent Bridge.

Kohli, who fell for 97 in India’s first innings, top-scored with 103 as the tourists, looking to bounce back from 2-0 down in a five-match contest piled up a total of 352 for seven declared.

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