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Yuvraj Singh's Touching Farewell Message For Misbah-ul Haq, Younis Khan

Yuvraj Singh's Touching Farewell Message For Misbah-ul Haq, Younis Khan

Roston Chase's unbeaten 101, his second hundred of the series, proved in vain as the home side, set a target of 303 at Windsor Park in Dominica , slipped to 93 for six before the lower order nearly rescued a dramatic draw. "If I had been captain for so long, maybe I would've been too distracted by other duties to score as many runs as I did", said Younis in an interview with ESPNCricinfo .



Juan Mata recognises importance of Europa League glory

During Irish station TV3's coverage of the final he said: "This is Man United, one of the biggest names in world football, playing basically lower end of the Championship style football, launching everything". "I m disappointed because you play finals to win them". "I played the Spanish derbies, the Italian derbies, the Portuguese derbies, the English derbies, all these country's cup finals, played for the titles, an fantastic experience of life.



Pogba: I'd be very happy if Juve won Champions League

A night that began with a moment of silence, then applause, in memory of the 22 people who died at Manchester Arena on Monday ended with United completing their trophy collection through goals from Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan . "I'm really happy that I scored today in the final because everyone kept saying "you're going to score in the final". We performed like a big team today and I think our fans can be very proud of us".


FA Cup final: Select your Arsenal and Chelsea starting XI

FA Cup final: Select your Arsenal and Chelsea starting XI

Arsenal finished in fifth place with 75 points, four more than they managed past year as runner-up. Arsenal go into the FA Cup final with major problems at centre-back after suffering a double blow in Sunday's Premier League win over Everton .



Liverpool FC eyeing silverware after top-four finish: James Milner

Middlesbrough were second best all afternoon and have had a season to forget as they head for the Championship. However, Milner went through a similar process with Manchester City and while he accepts making the Champions League represents progress, he insists the biggest strides are made by winning silverware.