West Indies fall one over short of heroic draw

West Indies fall one over short of heroic draw

Pakistan clinched their first ever series win in the Caribbean when they beat West Indies in a thrilling finish to the third Test in Dominica on Sunday, giving Younis Khan and Misbah-ul Haq a ideal retirement present. Describing Younis as one of Pakistan's finest batsman, Richardson said that the veteran batsman had given couple of brilliant performances that have placed him in a league above the rest.

Cavaliers beat Celtics 135-102, reach finals

Last year, of course, the Warriors' starting small forward was Harrison Barnes, who Cleveland basically left open and who shot 35.2 percent in the series. The Cavs and Warriors do deserve credit for drafting great players like Draymond Green and Kyrie Irving . The story lines are plenty, including a few fresh ones, such as acting Golden State coach Mike Brown going against the team he coached not once but twice.

Lanka happy to enter Champions Trophy as 'underdogs': Mathews

The brutal opener smashed 137 off 109 balls with 11 fours and six sixes in a knock that couldn't have come at a better time as he seeks to nail down a place in the XI for the upcoming Champions Trophy . However, Head said the hit-out was just what the team needed with 10 of the 15-man squad re-acquainting themselves with the 50-over game after playing in the IPL Twenty20 tournament.

Ramsey urges Wenger to stay as Arsenal celebrate FA Cup win

Aaron Ramsey struck just three minutes later to secure the 2-1 win for the Arsene Wenger's side, meaning that the Gunners are now the most successful team in the FA Cup . "We paid for this start". - Victor Moses is the fifth player to be sent off in an FA Cup final (Smalling 2016, Zabaleta 2013, Reyes 2005, Moran 1985).

Stokes wants England to maintain momentum

England's victory was set up by Ben Stokes who scored his second career worldwide century in this format (101 off 79 balls, 11 fours and 3 sixes) and the renowned finishing power of Jos Buttler (65 not out off 53 balls, 7 fours). Wood, however, managed to keep composure and conceded just four runs to hand England an incredible win. In reply South Africa got to the point of needing just seven off the final over but Mark Wood brought the curtain down with a miserly display.