The status of this response is Pending and require some modification by the author.
Let me clarify how it violates copyright law for YouTube or for any platform.
1. You have no license for distribution like Star, ESPN or other networks. As it is TV recorded file which you uploaded in sample clips.
2. You have monetized content something you didn't licensed. That violates royalty law across different countries courts.
3. Your content is not original as you didn't paid to the staff who captured it. So you don't own thee content either.
4. You have used paid audio in your videos.
As you can see both copyright laws and royalty laws you have violated even outside YouTube. If such networks choose to sue you in court, that may be another piracy case on you.
Now what type of sports based content is acceptable?
1. You have used phone camera to capture from the stadium itself with your own commentary or from others who know you. Using TV commentary in such case violates royalty law.
2. You have used DSLR or professional camera to capture and show the match, with or without sound or commentary.
3. You have used licensed sounds or the royalty free sounds inside the video clips.
Never ever copy someone else's content to make money, that's black-hat way to make money online. And it never ends the good way. Create your own content and earn through honest way. YouTube users are very active in flagging and reporting the videos which they find stolen. So copying and violation of rules will eventually get your channel down.