BRISBANE: Pakistan got their World Cup campaign back on track Sunday when the 1992 champions downed Zimbabwe by 20 runs to claim their first win of the tournament.
WELLINGTON: England’s horror World Cup run continued when Sri Lanka smashed the third-highest run chase in the tournament’s history to clinch a nine-wicket defeat in Wellington on Sunday.
BRISBANE: Pakistan defeated Zimbabwe by 20 runs to claim their first win of the World Cup and so keep their campaign alive.
WELLINGTON: After its third loss to a top-tier team at the Cricket World Cup, England now faces the uncomfortable prospect of a sudden-death match against Bangladesh in which the winner will likely pr
WELLINGTON: England captain Eoin Morgan insisted he was still confident of reaching the World Cup quarter-finals, despite Sunday’s “hard to take” nine-wicket loss against Sri Lanka.
DUBAI: Roger Federer claimed the 84th title of his legendary career, kept his nose in front in his personal rivalry with Novak Djokovic, and equalled his best achievement at any tournament by winning
LONDON: Wayne Rooney ended his eight-game Premier League scoring drought with a brace as Manchester United climbed back above Arsenal into third with a 2-0 victory against a dogged Sunderland on Satu
DOHA: Lucie Safarova continued her fine start to 2015 by claiming her first ever victory over Victoria Azarenka to win the Qatar Open title in Doha on Saturday.
TORONTO: Golden State led from start to finish and won 113-89 at Toronto in Friday’s clash of divisional leaders, maintaining the overall NBA lead while sending the Raptors to a fourth-straight loss.<
EDINBURGH: Italy’s perseverance was rewarded as a last-gasp penalty try gave the team a 22-19 win over Scotland for only their second away victory in the annual Six Nations.
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