In pictures: Today in sports

From a thrilling Manchester Derby to Virat Kohli's redemption in the IPL, it's been an interesting day gone by in the world of sport. A pictorial look.

Too easy | Royal Challengers Bangalore and Virat Kohli seem to be riding a confidence high. The team, especially their captain, was seen making short work of the KXIP in their clash on Wednesday. RCB won the game by 17 runs. (The Hindu) Photo: K Murali Kumar
Pep Guardiola
Over the moon | Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola knows what his team's win against Manchester United at Old Trafford means for their title ambitions. City moved ahead of Liverpool with this win and has relatively easy fixtures left in the Premier League. (Reuters) Photo: Reuters
Success' symphony | Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann seems at peace after scoring against Valencia CF in Madrid. His effort guided Atleti to a 3-2 victory over Valencia but, more importantly, delayed Barcelona winning the La Liga title at least by a few days. (AFP) Photo: AFP
Stephen Curry
Light at the end of the tunnel | All eyes are on Stephen Curry as he stepped out for the Golden State Warriors in its clash against the LA Clippers in California. Curry went on to become the first player in NBA history to record 400 3PMs in the NBA playoffs. (Getty Images) Photo: Getty Images
Naomi Osaka
Shot in the dark | Japan's Naomi Osaka is a picture of focus as she serves to Taiwan's Su-Wei Hsieh during their round-of-16 match at the WTA Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart. (AFP) Photo: AFP
Yao Ming and Hong Nanli
Scaling heights | One can safely call 81-year-old Hong Nanli (R) the oldest working sports photographer in China, if not in the world. She received a special award for her contribution to basketball reports during the China Basketball News Award ceremony in Beijing. Despite standing near towering former NBA star Yao Ming, five-feet-tall Nanli easily was a cut above the rest. (AFP) Photo: AFP
Arara tribe, Brazil
Ignorance is bliss | Arara, an indigenous Brazilian tribe, live a sheltered life at the Laranjal tribal camp. Hidden away in the rainforests of the Amazon, nearly 200 residents of the village are at risk of being ''integrated into society'' courtesy President Jair Bolsonaro's development plans. While the risk of losing their way of life looms large, children enjoy the calm and a game of football. (AFP) Photo: AFP
Washington Capitals
Need for speed | Lars Eller of the Washington Capitals seems to be racing against time as he plays against the Carolina Hurricanes during the 2019 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs in Washington DC. (AFP) Photo: AFP
London Marathon
Picture perfect | The Tower of London makes for a beautiful background as women's elite runners from Kenya (L-R) Gladys Cherono, Vivian Cheruiyot and Mary Keitany and Ethiopia's Brigid Ksgei train ahead of the London Marathon. The 39th edition of the run will take place in the British capital on Sunday. (AP) Photo: AP
New York Yankees
A different ballgame | Reggie Willits of the New York Yankees is lost in thought ahead of the game against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in California. (AFP) Photo: AFP