Monday, July 16, 2018

Shukriya Pakistan

Du Plessis 'big fan' of scrapping toss in tests

Du Plessis ‘big fan’ of scrapping toss in tests

“I’m a big fan of taking away the toss,” du Plessis said after his team were beaten inside three days by Sri Lanka in the opening match of the two-test series on Saturday.
Joe Root England India

Root century inspires England to series-levelling win

Chasing a stiff victory target of 323, the touring side struggled after getting off to a decent start in sunny conditions and kept losing wickets at regular intervals.
Angelique Kerber Serena Williams Wimbledon

Kerber stuns Williams to win Wimbledon title

Kerber broke the mighty Williams serve three times in the opening set and again in the sixth game of the second and held her nerve to become the first German woman to win the title since Steffi Graf in 1996.

Luka Modric- A refugee who gives hope to four million people

With a population of 4 million, Croatia is the smallest nation to reach the final of the World Cup since Uruguay, and the most troubled. Luka...

Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 278 runs in 1st Test

South Africa collapsed dramatically against Sri Lanka's spin to crash to 73 all out in the first Test in Galle on Saturday, their lowest...

France coach Deschamps on verge of history

Didier Deschamps has a reputation in France for being lucky, but if he leads his country to World Cup glory on Sunday he will...

Djokovic edges ahead of Nadal in semi-final thriller

LONDON - Novak Djokovic clawed his way to a two sets to one lead over great rival Rafael Nadal under the Centre Court roof...

South Africa pack off Sri Lanka for 190, need 352 to...

A disciplined South Africa attack blasted out the last six Sri Lanka wickets for 79 runs Saturday on the third morning of the first...

Former batsman James Taylor appointed England selector

LORDS: Former England batsman James Taylor has been appointed as a national team selector, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Friday. Taylor...

Croatian president ‘can’t wait’ for World Cup final

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said Friday she could not wait for the World Cup final against France, as officials worked overtime to meet the...

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