Champions Trophy 2017: Virat Kohli stars as India smash Pakistan

Champions Trophy 2017: Virat Kohli stars as India smash Pakistan

In reply, Pakistan finished on 164 all out in 33.4 overs - opener Azhar Ali's 50 off 65 balls and Mohammad Hafeez's 33 off 43 providing the only resistance - and rarely looked in the game. His departure had freed India up for a run-feast, Yuvraj (53) and Kohli putting on 93 at nearly 10 an over as all notion of Pakistani discipline evaporated.

Pique: I have spoken to Carvajal about Real Madrid chant

It only took Cristiano Ronaldo about 90 seconds to score Real Madrid's first point. Therefore, instead of witnessing a joyous parade with the trophy in full view, it seems that Real Madrid will have to wait until the first game of next season to receive the trophy! It means Bale could depart Real Madrid having never touched the trophy during his time at the club.

Cavs' Lue glad Kerr back on Warriors' sideline

Cleveland lost the first two games of last year's NBA Finals , but this is a different Golden State beast with Durant playing at such a high level. "Implore them to win it for me, because it's not important for them to win it for themselves", he said with a laugh. "They're going keep to coming, man", Curry said.

Warriors' Steve Kerr returns to the bench to coach Game 2

The Warriors lead the best-of-7 series 1-0 after winning 113-91 in Game 1 on Thursday. So the flawless playoff mark wasn't overly lauded. "It just didn't feel like they played hard against Golden State", Hill said. He, too, shrugged off individual glory. But heading to Cleveland, we're going to have to be a lot smarter. Kerr said he was trying not to focus on his personal emotions to focus on team needs.

Katy Perry honors Manchester victims on dress during benefit show

The British Red Cross has announced that they raised more than $3 million (about 2.35 million pounds) during One Love Manchester , Ariana Grande's star-studded benefit concert today in support of the victims of May 22's bombing in Manchester , England.

Kane Williamson stands up to Australia with impressive hundred

Taylor finally fell in the 34th over for a 58-ball 46, just one run shy of posting the fourth consecutive ODI-century stand with Williamson. With Williamson at the other end, the innings threatened to get away from Australia but it was the redoubtable John Hastings who made the breakthrough with Maxwell again taking the catch with Ronchi departing for a fine 65 from 43 balls.