Weekly Digest: India's win, Bolt's loss, and a super-rich Neymar

Usain Bolt's shocking defeat in his last individual race, Neymar's record-breaking move from FC Barcelona to Paris Saint-German and India's Test series triumph in Sri Lanka are highlights of this Weekly Digest.

Justin Gatlin, despite beating Usain Bolt to win the 100m gold medal at the world championships, bows down to the sprinting legend.   -  AFP

CRICKET

Ravindra Jadeja claimed a five-wicket haul as India crushed Sri Lanka by an innings and 53 runs on day four of the second Test to clinch the three-match series in Colombo. (Report)

After a 10-month negotiation, Cricket Australia and Australian Cricketers' Association reached an agreement on the pay model. (Video)

FOOTBALL

Arsenal clinched its 15th Community Shield title on Sunday via a penalty shoot-out, courtesy of blunders made by Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois and Alvaro Morata. (Report)

Bayern Munich -- buoyed by two excellent saves from goalkeeper Sven Ulreich --  defeated Borussia Dortmund 5-4 on penalties to win the DFL German Supercup on Sunday. (Report)

 

After weeks of speculation, Neymar Jr. completed a spectacular move to Paris Saint-Germain for a whopping €222 million. (Report)

A brace from Vivianne Miedema led host Netherlands to a 4-2 win over Denmark and its first women's Euro title in Enschede. (Report)

TENNIS

American Sam Querrey battled past Thanasi Kokkinakis to win the Los Cabos Open and his second title of the year. (Report)

Alexander Zverev of Germany captured his fourth title of the year, defeating South Africa's Kevin Anderson 6-4, 6-4 in the ATP Citi Open final. (Report)

Earlier in the tournament, Indian Yuki Bhambri defeated defending champion and World No. 22 Gael Monfils of France 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 to enter the third round. (Report)

ATHLETICS

American veteran Justin Gatlin stunned Usain Bolt to win the 100m world title in London on Saturday and rain on the Jamaican's farewell race in the blue riband event. (Report)

British athletics legend Mo Farah won his 10th successive global title, winning the 10,000 metres world crown at the London Stadium where he won Olympic gold in 2012. (Report)

HOCKEY

ONGC beat Bengaluru Hockey Association 4-2 to win the 91st All-India MCC-Murugappa Gold Cup. (Report)

BOXING

WBO Asia Pacific champion, Vijender Singh, prevailed in a tough battle against Zulpikar Maimaitiali, the WBO Oriental champion, in a winner-takes-all fight. (Report)