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Ronaldo’s appeal against suspension rejected

MADRID: Real Madrid begin life without suspended talisman Cristiano Ronaldo in Saturday’s La Liga clash with Villarreal after the Portuguese forward had his appeal against a three-match ban rejected



Wasim Akram urges unity ahead of ICC meet

KARACHI: Former Pakistan great Wasim Akram Friday warned cricket administrators that the game could not afford a damaging split, as they prepare to debate controversial plans to reform the governing b



McCullum scores double as India wobbles in Auckland

AUCKLAND: India were struggling at 130-4 after day two of the first Test against New Zealand, who posted a daunting 503-run first innings built on a double century by Brendon McCullum.



Sangakkara hits another ton as Sri Lanka eyes win

CHITTAGONG: Kumar Sangakkara became the second batsman in history to score a triple-century and a hundred in the same match as Sri Lanka pressed for victory in the second Test against Bangladesh in Ch



Curry, Thompson lead Warriors past Bulls

OAKLAND, California: Stephen Curry had 34 points and nine assists, Klay Thompson scored 22 points and the undermanned Golden State Warriors rallied from 16 down in the first half to beat the Chicago B



Newcomers show old timers how it’s done

RIYADH: A mere two weeks after landing in Riyadh for the first time, Ben Psaila and his wife Anne Marie Watson have already made quite an impact on the sporting scene in the capital.



Mujtab steers Harley-Davidson to easy win

DAMMAM: Gulam Mujtaba scored a brilliant century to guide Harely-Davidson to a convincing 38-run win over Al-Bawardi in the MoneyGram-sponsored Cricket ke Badshah Twenty20 first division cricket tourn



Rare feat: Kumar Sangakkara follows 319 with 105

CHITTAGONG: Kumar Sangakkara has achieved the rare feat of scoring a triple century and a century in the same test, joining former England skipper Graham Gooch.



Cricket: India struggle in reply to New Zealand's 503

AUCKLAND: India were struggling at 130-4 after day two of the first Test against New Zealand, who posted a daunting 503-run first innings built on a double century by Brendon McCullum.



Cricket: Pakistan, Sri Lanka still oppose ICC reforms

Pakistan and Sri Lanka are likely to maintain their opposition to giving more power to India, England and Australia in cricket when the ICC meets and possibly votes on the proposals on Saturday.

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