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India 319-3 vs Pakistan in rain-hit Champions Trophy match

India 319-3 vs Pakistan in rain-hit Champions Trophy match

The openers, Rohit Sharma (91 of 119) and Shikhar Dhawan (68 of 65) set-up a lovely platform by constructing a partnership of 136 in 150 balls which was followed by an unbeaten 81 by the skipper, Virat Kohli that anchored the innings.



Steve Kerr, Tyronn Lue Both Were Confused By Draymond Green's Technical Foul

The NBA's Game 4 referees attributed the Draymond Green technical foul confusion to miscommunication with the scorer's table. John Goble, the official who whistled Kerr's technical foul: "In the moment, I thought I had verbalized to the table that the (initial) technical foul was on Coach Kerr ".


Pittsburgh Penguins win Stanley Cup

Pittsburgh Penguins win Stanley Cup

Crosby, who was widely considered the heir to Hall of Famer Wayne Gretzky, silenced any remaining critics by helping his Pittsburgh Penguins become the first team in nearly 20 years to repeat as National Hockey League champions and picked up a second consecutive Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP as well.



Kyle Busch turns fastest lap at Pocono for 2nd straight pole

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series now moves on to MI for the FireKeepers Casino 400 on Sunday, June 18. Blaney benefitted from the fact that he fresher tires than Busch, who stayed out when the other top contenders all pitted with 17 laps to go.



De Villiers defiant as South Africa choke again

Two run-outs of skipper AB de Villiers (16) and David Miller (1) within the space of six deliveries triggered the slide from which they could never recover, with nearly all the Indian bowlers succeeding in choking the runs. But when Faf du Plessis guided a ball to point, Hardik Pandya was fast on it and accurate on the throw and de Villiers was caught well short despite diving.


Ostapenko wins French Open final against Halep

Ostapenko wins French Open final against Halep

To make it a doubly hard day for the 25-year-old, the defeat meant she also missed out on becoming world number one. However, she admitted that it was hardly love at first sight with grass. But Ostapenko said she will be sad that Williams will not be at Wimbledon as she sees a lot of the American's feistiness in herself. "Before the match, 5-10 minutes, I was a little bit nervous", said Ostapenko, the first Latvian to win a major.