World Cup champion and former Ballon d'Or winner, Ronaldinho has announced his retirement from professional football.
The legendary play-maker hasn't played professionally since leaving Brazilian outfit Fluminense in 2015.
Capped 97 times by Brazil, Ronaldinho was one of the stars who led them to World Cup glory in 2002, where he scored 2 goals in the campaign.
Here's all about the legend's career.
Former England captain, Andrew Flintoff might have taken retirement, but the all-rounder still has big dreams of representing his country.
Flintoff, one of the greatest all-rounders of all-time, wants to be the next coach of England.
Flintoff is keen on replacing Trevor Bayliss as the Three Lions' coach after the Ashes series in 2019.
Afghanistan's inaugural Test is set to be played against India at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru between June 14th and 18th, this year.
The match will take place an year after Afghanistan were inducted as a full-member by the ICC, in June 2017.
Afghanistan will be the fourth team to play their debut Test against India after Pakistan, Zimbabwe, and Bangladesh.