This link from SuperSport shows how the match was allegedly fixed by three players from the Rajasthan Royals and what some highly authoritative people suggest the punishment should be, if these star players are found guilty:
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Real Madrid attempted to make one of the biggest come backs in history against the powerful German side: Borussia Dortmund. They won the semi-final 2-0 against Dortmund. However, they were unsuccessful in the comeback and the damage had already been done in the first leg with Dortmund thrashing them 4-1.
Thomas Muller breaking Barca's defence with an astonishing header defeating Victor Valdes. Photo: Getty Images
Bayern Munich have belittled one of the best Spanish clubs: Barcelona. The German specialists played a fast paced game; attacking and defending all the time. They showed tremendous efforts and played to win. Bayern won Barcelona in the first leg and humiliated them in the second leg. Bayern portrayed an extreme threat to the Spaniards in both games. In the second leg, it was inevitable to see that Bayern was the better side.

It seems as if the Champions League produces some of the best goals seen in the world. Some of these goals are scored by the  most talented and highly rated soccer players in the world. Others are from those talented players who take the golden opportunity to score the most spectacular goals in the competition. TAKE A GOOD LOOK:
The Highveld Lions were victorious after beating the Titans by 30 runs in the final of the South African T20 at the Wanderes on Sunday. They showed no fear against the tough Titans and kept their heads up high during the pressurised final.

This image was taken during the 2010 world cup: Portugal vs. Korea DPR, at the Cape Town stadium in Greenpoint, Cape Town, South Africa. Photographed by: Imran Abdurahman
There has been much uproar about football development in South Africa. The history of football in our country may be the primary causal factor of where its development is today. The 2010 FIFA world cup might have portrayed South Africa as a developed country, capable of hosting such large events, but did we consider our own football development in the process? 

From being the Super Rugby champions in 2012 and still portraying a dominant performance in 2013, the Chiefs are committed to win this league without the help of Sonny Bill Williams who had left for the
Sydney Sixers at the end of last season. The Chiefs had only lost one game this season so far. On the other hand the Highlanders are ranked at the bottom of the New Zealand conference and are in search of a victory over the Chiefs.

The Sonny Bill Williams v.s Francois Botha in a heavyweight competition. Photo: Getty Images.
Sonny Bill Williams- not only is he a talented rugby player who won the Rugby World Cup with New Zealand in 2011 or the Chiefs when they won the Super Rugby competition in 2012. However he first started a
boxing career before playing rugby. He recently showed his boxing ability in Brisbane when he took on Franscois Botha also known as the ‘’White Buffalo” from South Africa, who was a past master with 61
fights to his name.

Much uproar has been brought about Barcelona and how they seem to be playing recently. The world champions had lost three out of their last five matches. In the first leg between Barcelona and AC Milan, Barcelona was left astonished by their loss to AC Milan at San Siro as they found themselves in a
tricky situation losing dismally by 2-0. In their first leg Milan’s defence were flawless as Barcelona kept trying to attack. No space was left open for Barcelona to benefit from their opportunities they were given to
score on two occasions. The Italian’s defence kept an eye out for Messi and Xavi as they were incapable of breaking through Milan’s defence to score at least one goal. This led to a striking uproar concerning Barcelona and their fans. It showed that Messi can be beaten if his not producing his usual outstanding

Bloemfontein- After an emphatic win against Pakistan in their first one day series. The Proteas came up tops as they dominated Pakistan in both batting and bowling. The Proteas are set to prove their consistency in one
day series as De Villiers stated on Sunday that “There’s no need to practice for four days in a row and go into the game feeling tired. We’ve got some momentum and confidence, which we will keep.”