Kagawa gets Aguirre nod

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Pakistan favourites against India

Akashdeep Singh
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Affleck Shines on premier night

FUTURE STAR: Affleck (Danny Beasley astride) winning the Premier Racing Partnership Stakes at Kranji on Sept 19.
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YOUR SAY

Schooling broke the rules...

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Benoist picks Ectot over Avenir certain for Arc

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Hat-trick for Team SunMoon

SHINING BRIGHT: Team SunMoon (in red) posing with the winner's trophy, which they received from Patrick Daniel (second from far right).
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Football

Japan die-hard also loves Brazil and can't wait for Oct 14 friendly here

A FAMILY AFFAIR: Kazuki Sasahara (third from the right), will be attending the friendly between Japan and Brazil at the National Stadium with his wife Hiroko (far right), daughter Meri (near right), son Yamato (second from right) and possibly his infant child Isa.

A mass of blue is expected to flood Kallang on Oct 14, when Japan play Brazil in a glamour international friendly at the National Stadium.

Kazuki Sasahara and his family — four, or maybe even all five of them — will be part of the famous Blue Samurai following, which will occupy a section of the 55,000-seater stadium at the Singapore Sports Hub.

He will, however, be the among the very few who will raise a cheer whether Dunga’s Brazil or Javier Aguirre’s Japan finds the back of the net.

Though a true-blue Japan fan, Kazuki makes no secret of his love for the Selecao, having lived in the Gunma prefecture in Japan for a number of years; an area where a large Brazilian community also resides.

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 2.

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KRANJI TRACKWORK

Spalato ready for win no. 5 from 5

SPALATO: The New Zealand-bred was under cruise control when he sailed over 600m on the Polytrack in 38.1sec.
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The ultimate compliment

Set to make Formula 1 history, young Max is likened most with Ayrton Senna

"My dad has raced at Suzuka many times and he told me it’s not an easy track to start on. I’m not going there to break any records, I just want to gain experience." — Max Verstappen (above) on driving for Toro Rosso in tomorrow’s practice sessions of the Japanese Grand Prix
My dad has raced at Suzuka many times and he told me it’s not an easy track to start on. I’m not going there to break any records, I just want to gain experience. — Max Verstappen (above father Jos, near left) on driving for Toro Rosso in tomorrow’s practice sessions of the Japanese.
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