ABU DHABI: Mohammad Hafeez notched his third hundred of the series while off-spinner Saeed Ajmal grabbed four wickets to help Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by eight wickets in the fourth one-day internation
LONDON: The concertina effect at the top of the Premier League table means that no fewer than five teams will have designs on top spot in Thursday's traditional Boxing Day fixtures.
DURBAN: Finding the right combination of bowlers will be the biggest headache for both South Africa and India ahead of the second and final Test starting at Kingsmead on Thursday.
STOCKHOLM: Players in the men’s soccer team deserve to get more recognition than their female counterparts in Sweden and people should stop whipping up a gender storm about it, striker Zlatan Ibrahi
PARIS: Wimbledon women’s singles champion Marion Bartoli and NBA star Tony Parker were named female and male sports person of the year by French sports newspaper L’Equipe on Wednesday.
JOHANNESBURG: South African cricketing great Jacques Kallis will retire from Test and First-Class cricket after the upcoming Test against India, which gets underway in Durban on Thursday, he announced
NEW YORK: If the NBA had a Christmas wish, it might be for a different holiday schedule.
Greg Slaughter-June Mar Fajardo I in the PBA will have to wait. And in the meantime, Barangay Ginebra continues its rampage.
SYDNEY: Crews were warned to brace for a bumpy, challenging ride in this week's Sydney to Hobart yacht race, with updated forecasts of gale force winds dampening record hopes.
ABU DHABI: Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews urged his team to remain positive in their quest to level the one day international series against Pakistan when the teams meet in the fourth match in A
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