Weekly Digest: Of India's CWG medal-glut and CSK's new home

From India's golden run at the Commonwealth Games to CSK's new home in IPL - a lowdown on the sporting events from the week gone by.

CRICKET

Andre Russell's lone effort was overshadowed by a Billings special as CSK trumped KKR with one ball to spare. (REPORT)

Suresh Raina, who had suffered a calf injury during the game against the Kolkata Knight Riders, will miss Chennai Super Kings' next two matches. (REPORT)

The Board of Control for Cricket in India confirmed that Pune would host the remaining home matches of CSK. (REPORT)

Indian Premier League Governing Council chairman Rajeev Shukla said security concerns had forced the shifting of Chennai Super Kings' home games to Pune. (REPORT)

Sanju Samson's unbeaten 92 led Rajasthan to an emphatic win over Royal Challengers Bangalore. (REPORT)

After winning both its home games, Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Kolkata Knight Riders by five wickets at the Eden Gardens. (REPORT)

A terrific run chase brought about an edge-of-the-seat thriller as Delhi Daredevils defeated Mumbai Indians in a last-ball finish at the Wankhede Stadium. (REPORT)

A.B. De Villiers dug Royal Challengers Bangalore out of a bit of a hole yet again, striking a 40-ball-57 in a four-wicket victory over Kings XI Punjab. (REPORT)

For the matches, beginning in Delhi on April 23, there will be no spectators at the old Club House. (REPORT)

FOOTBALL

Jay Rodriguez scored a second-half winner to beat a woeful Manchester United and hand a third Premier League title to Manchester City. (REPORT)

Champions League holders Real Madrid will take on Bayern Munich for a place in the final, with Liverpool to meet Roma. (REPORT)

A stunning 3-0 victory at Stadio Olimpico sent Roma through to the Champions League last four on away goals at Barcelona's expense. (REPORT)

Manchester City's lightning start meant nothing, as Liverpool got a 2-1 win and a 5-1 aggregate victory in the Champions League last eight. (REPORT)

Real Madrid survived a stunning comeback to progress to the semifinals of the Champions League, thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo's penalty. (REPORT)

In a week of drama and comebacks in the Champions League, Bayern Munich snuffed out Sevilla's bid for an upset in a forgettable contest. (REPORT)

Champions-elect Manchester City let slip a 2-0 half-time lead as they lost 3-2 at home to neighbours Manchester United on Saturday. (REPORT)

Bayern Munich secured a record sixth successive Bundesliga title thanks to a 4-1 win away to Augsburg on Saturday. (REPORT)

Tottenham threatened to inflict more comeback misery upon Manchester City but Raheem Sterling's goal helped the champions-elect to prevail. (REPORT)

Barcelona have become the first team in LaLiga history to go 39 consecutive matches without defeat, surpassing Real Sociedad's record. (REPORT)

CWG 2018

The Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018 has come to a close, with India finishing with 26 gold, 20 silver and 20 bronze medals. (REPORT)

India added another feather in its cap at the end of a fruitful campaign here by clinching its 500th medal in the Commonwealth Games. (REPORT)

With a 21-18, 23-21 victory over P.V. Sindhu, Saina Nehwal obtained her second Commonwealth Games singles gold. (REPORT)

Manika Batra created history by winning India’s first ever women’s singles table tennis gold at the Commonwealth Games with a 4-0 win over Yu Mengyu in the final. (REPORT)

M.C. Mary Kom created history by becoming India’s first woman boxer to claim a Commonwealth Games gold medal. (REPORT)

TENNIS

Yuki Bhambri defeated Ramkumar Ramanathan 6-3, 6-4, to clinch the Tapei Challenger title in Chinese Taipei on Sunday. (REPORT)

FORMULA ONE

Red Bull reacted quickly to the safety car to allow Daniel Ricciardo to show off the best of his overtaking skills in a surprise win. (REPORT)

GOLF

Three-time U.S. Open champion Tiger Woods has entered the second major of the year, which gets under way on June 14. (REPORT)

We take a look at how the final round of the Masters unfolded, with Patrick Reed holding off charges from Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler. (REPORT)