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Deepak Receives Financial Support For Treatment
KATHMANDU, Sept 21: Asian Games bronze medalist boxer Deepak Maharjan received financial support from former boxer Siddhartha Bikram Bhandari, currently living in London, for the treatment of the pugilist´s knee injury.

Boxer Deepak, who sustained injury to his left knee during 17th Asian Games preparations, received Rs 151,000 from Bhandari. The latter, who was also a boxer in the past collected funds in London for Deepak´s treatment.
Nepal Loses Its Final Asian Games Match To Japan 4-0
KATHMANDU, Sept 21: The U-23 Nepali football team concluded its Asian Games campaign on Sunday without even scoring a goal -- but conceding 14 goals in total.

Nepal, which was playing for pride in its last group match, was dealt a 4-0 defeat by 2010 champion Japan at the Gayong Stadium in Incheon, South Korea.
Lampard Equalizer Earns City 1-1 Draw Vs Chelsea
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MANCHESTER, England, Sept 21: Frank Lampard scored a late equalizer against his former club Chelsea to earn 10-man Manchester City a 1-1 draw in the Premier League on Sunday and end the leaders´ winning start to the season.

Lampard, who was released by Chelsea this summer after scoring a club-record 211 goals in 13 years, held his arm out and refused to celebrate after his side-footed shot deflected in off John Terry in the 85th minute.
Disappointing Day For Nepal In Asian Games
INCHEON, Sept 22: Nepal failed to achieve any winning result in any of the 11 events it participated on Sunday during the third day of Asian Games being held in Incheon, South Korea.

A day after wushu player Jharana Gurung and men´s badminton team had earned winning result, Nepali players failed to achieve any success in badminton, cricket, football, gymnastic, judo sepak takraw, shooting, swimming, tennis, weight lifting, and wushu played on Sunday. The triumphant men´s badminton team also failed to cross the quarterfinal.
Janakpur Crashes Out, Kanchanpur Wins
KATHMANDU, Sept 21: Region No 7 (Janakpur) crashed out of the Wai Wai U-19 National Cricket Tournament after facing two consecutive defeats, while Region No 9 (Kanchanpur) registered a consolation victory on Sunday.

In Group A match played at Pulchowk Engineering Cricket Ground Janakpur faced a 6-wicket defeat against Region No 4 (Bhairahwa) in its second match that confirmed Janakpur´s short stay in Kathmandu. However, Janakpur has to face Pokhara in its last match on Monday.
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