ICC Champions Trophy: Hasan Ali guides Pakistan to victory against South Africa

ICC Champions Trophy: Hasan Ali guides Pakistan to victory against South Africa

David Miller curbed his natural instincts to help South Africa set a competitive target. However, Babar Azam (31 not out) and Shoaib Malik (16 not out) took Pakistan to 119-3 off 27 overs when heavy rain stopped play at 7:41pm. But we have to back ourselves to win, " he said. But it was the spin duo of Imad Wasim and Mohammad Hafeez who did the early damage. Led by young Kagiso Rabada and well complemented by seniors Morne Morkel and Wayne Parnell, South Africa have a strong attack.

Warriors' Draymond Green stays in Game 4 after technical foul fiasco

Goble handed Kerr a technical foul. Then he dropped the line about the fans not being the "sharpest people around". Just about everyone thought it was his second of the game, earning him an automatic ejection, and "Hit the road Jack" started playing over the loudspeakers.

Forbes releases list of 100 highest-paid celebrities in 2017

Beyoncé also had a huge payday earning $105 million from her record sales and tour. Rowling earned $95m (£74.8m) off the back of Potter spin-offs Fantastic Beats and Where to Find Them and the West End's Harry Potter and the Cursed Child .

North Korea Could Test Nuclear-Tipped ICBM (That Can Hit America) This Year

In 2003, a year after U.S. President George W. Bush named it as one of the "axis of evil" along with Iran and Iraq, it withdrew from the pact amid revelations it had been running a secret nuclear weapons program. Second, China-North Korea relations are at a historical low point. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. As these tests have been successful, the next step appears to be the development of an ICBM.

Lions Labour To Beat Barbarians In Tour Opener

Asked if Sexton was injured, Lions head coach Warren Gatland replied: "No, no he wasn't no". The tourists lacked intensity, incision and accuracy, and Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg butchered two near dead-cert tries by fluffing the scoring pass - first miscuing his effort to Anthony Watson , then failing to ship on at all with fellow Scotland and Glasgow team-mate Tommy Seymour awaiting a walk-in.

Bangladesh facing uphill battle against Australia

Bangladesh facing uphill battle against Australia

Australia will be cursing their luck as they were also frustrated by bad weather when their opening group fixture against New Zealand was abandoned, although on that occasion they were in a less commanding position. However, Hazlewood was in form as well after taking six wickets against New Zealand and he struck the first blow for Australia in the sixth over when he exposed Soumya Sarkar's leaden footwork, inducing an edge behind to wicketkeeper Matthew Wade.