Goalkeeper Sergio Romero saved two shoot-out penalties as Argentina beat the Netherlands to reach the World Cup final.
The Netherlands and Argentina battled it out in the second World Cup semi-final at the Corinthians stadium for a place in the fnal against Joachim Loew’s Germany.
Oscar De La Hoya was one of the most gifted boxers of his generation. But, like many before him, he was battling his demons.
Defending champion Chris Froome left the Tour de France a broken and devastated man as Vincenzo Nibali reached new heights.
Netherlands midfielder Nigel de Jong was named in the starting line-up to face Argentina in the World Cup semi-final.
Neymar is recovering “very well” from the fractured vertebra that ended his World Cup, Barcelona said.
Nigeria was suspended from international football because of government interference, Fifa said in a statement.
Germany star Toni Kroos is poised to join the Spanish giants from Bayern Munich on the back of an outstanding World Cup.
Murali Vijay's maiden overseas Test hundred took India to 259 for four at stumps on the first day of a five-match series with England.
The 2014 U.S. Open men's and women's singles champions will earn a record $3 million apiece this year.
Brazil lick physical and mental wounds after its humiliation by Germany, struggling to make sense of their heaviest defeat.
Sri Lanka crushed South Africa in their second ODI to level the three-match series at 1-1.
Lars Boom won the brutal fifth stage of the Tour de France as defending champion Chris Froome pulled out of the race.
Murali Vijay was eyeing a hundred after England rocked India with two quick wickets on the first day of the first Test.
Arsenal are confident of concluding a deal for Alexis Sanchez by next week as they close in on a £50million spree.
The Stormers have been dealt a blow by the absence of hooker Deon Fourie ahead of their Super Rugby clash against the Sharks.
Rory McIlroy says it would be foolish to write off the chances of Tiger Woods capturing a 15th Major at next week's British Open.
IOC chief Thomas Bach is confident Brazil’s World Cup humiliation won’t sour the mood for the Rio Olympics.
A youthful crop of South African A players jets off on Tuesday to make their mark Down Under.