TOP 10 Sports News: Virat, Pujara get corona vaccine, the dead body of footballer found missing for 4 days


Indian cricketers are getting the Corona vaccine introduced as a protection against the Coronavirus. Team India captain Virat Kohli and veteran batsman Cheteshwar Pujara have also got the vaccine installed. Police in England have found the body of James Dean, a footballer missing for four days. Know, the top-10 news from the sports world of May 10.

New Delhi. People all over the country are getting vaccinated as a defense against the deadly coronavirus. In this episode, Indian cricketers are also getting the Covid-19 vaccine. Team India captain Virat Kohli and veteran batsman Cheteshwar Pujara have also got the vaccine installed. At the same time, police in England have found the body of James Dean, a footballer missing for four days. Female cricketer Veda Krishnamurthy shared an emotional post after the demise of her mother and sister. Know, the top-10 news from the sports world of May 10.

  1. Indian cricketers are getting vaccinated as a defense against deadly coronavirus. In this list, the names of Team India captain Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara have been added. Both of them got vaccinated on Monday. Pujara along with his wife Pooja got the Kovid-19 vaccine. Earlier Shikhar Dhawan. Umesh Yadav and Ishant Sharma have also got vaccinated.
  2. Pakistan defeated Zimbabwe by an innings and 147 runs in the second Test. With this victory, the visiting team made a clean sweep in the 2-match series. In this Test for Pakistan, Shaheen Afridi, Hasan Ali, and Nauman Ali took five wickets each. For the first time in the history of Pakistan cricket, three bowlers have taken five wickets in a Test.
  3. Pramod Kumar, father of leg-spinner Piyush Chawla, died on Monday morning after being infected with the coronavirus. IPL team Mumbai Indians gave this information. Piyush Chawla shared an emotional post on social media after his father's death. He also wrote that he broke a pillar of his strength. Piyush Chawla was bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 2.4 crore in the IPL auction for the 14th season.
  4. Stalybridge Celtic Football Club striker James Dean has died. His body was recovered by the Lancashire Police on Sunday. Let me tell you that James Dean was missing for the last four days and the police and his family-friends were searching for him. James Dean was 35 years old and was last seen in the Orchard Driver area on 5 May. After the disappearance of James Dean, Lancashire Police also posted a photo of him on Twitter but no trace of him was found. Finally, on Sunday, the body of James Dean was recovered from the Blackburn area.
  5. Former Pakistan captain and famous commentator Rameez Raja have once again commented on the Pakistani team that Babar Azam and his players will not be happy. Rameez Raja raised questions on the Pakistan and Zimbabwe Test and said that if such matches continue, people, will stop watching cricket and start watching football and other sports. Let us tell that Pakistan defeated Zimbabwe by a big margin of innings and 147 runs in the Test. Pakistan won the Test series 2–0. Pakistan scored 510 runs in the first innings and response, Zimbabwe's team could only manage 132 runs in the first innings and 231 runs in the second innings.
  6. Indian female cricketer Veda Krishnamurthy recently lost two members of her family to Kovid-19. Both Veda's mother and sister lost the battle of life against the coronavirus. Both died only after a few days. Veda got a big shock personally. On Monday, he shared a sentimental post on social media and paid tribute to his 'Amma and Akka'. He wrote that with the demise of both of them, it seems as if their world was destroyed.
  7. Fortunato Franco, who was a member of India's 1962 Asian Games gold medal-winning team, died on Monday. He was 84 years old. The All India Football Federation confirmed his demise but did not give a reason for this. Franco is survived by his wife, son, and daughter. From 1960 to 1964, Franco, one of the best players of India's midpoint, was part of the golden era of Indian football.
  8. Alexander Zverev continued his superb form before the French Open, defeating Matteo Berrettini to win the Madrid Open tennis tournament title for the second time. After defeating top-seeded Rafael Nadal in the quarter-finals and fourth-seeded Dominic Theme in the semi-finals, Zverev beat tenth-ranked Beretini 6-7 (8), 6-4, 6-3 in the final, his second of the season. Acquired the title.
  9. Olympic medalist Sushil Kumar has been absconding since his name surfaced in the murder of former 23-year-old junior national champion Sagar. Sources in Delhi Police have told that after the murder incident at Chhatrasal Stadium, Sushil wrestler first went to Haridwar and then to Rishikesh. Sushil wrestler also stopped by going to the ashram in Haridwar and then came back to Delhi as well. According to sources, Sushil is constantly changing his whereabouts in Delhi-Haryana. Delhi Police has also issued lookout notices against Sushil Kumar.
  10. The coronavirus is also having a huge impact on cricket. Many series have been postponed and some have to be canceled, due to which every cricket board of the world is suffering tremendous financial losses. After England, Australia, South Africa, and West Indies, now the Sri Lanka Cricket Board is also looking into the economic crisis, which is why it is going to drastically cut the salary of its players.