Harry Kane cherishes 'special' England equaliser against Scotland

Harry Kane cherishes 'special' England equaliser against Scotland

To be 2-1 down in stoppage time , to get that goal is special. "It is fundamental to being a top team but it is only one step in that direction, we can still improve in all areas, we all know that, but nevertheless it is a significant moment I think", he said .

USGA adds video stations, chief referee to speed up Open rulings

The United States Golf Association believes last year's US Open rules fiasco with victor Dustin Johnson won't be repeated at Erin Hills, after announcing sweeping changes to the officiating of the tournament. The course may give us the look of one in Scotland with its brown looking fescue greens and tall grass. What a way for the younger Love to make his professional debut - at the U.S.

England wary of Kiwi challenge to semi-final berth

Victory in this match would see England into the semi-finals, with New Zealand looking to kickstart their campaign in a 50-over tournament featuring the world's top eight one-day worldwide sides after a rain-induced no result in their opening clash with Australia .

ICC Champions Trophy: Ruthless Pakistan overwhelm shell-shocked England

After suffering from a crushing defeat against India in their opening match, the Sarfraz Ahmed-led side registered astounding victories against South Africa and Sri Lanka to enter the last four. Sarfraz, who was adjudged Man of the Match, was dropped twice in the 39th and 41st over off Malinga. Mark Wood (0-37) started the bowling for England with a wide and was then hit for six in the same over by Fakhar Zaman.

Waqar lashes out at England skipper Morgan for pitch complaint

Paceman Hasan Ali led a disciplined attack with a man-of-the-match return of 3-35 from his maximum 10 overs. "Credit goes to the bowlers and the batters who finished it very well", Sarfraz said. "We hope whoever comes through we manage to beat". Nothing too much, except England had an off-day and Pakistan played and peaked at the right time. Meanwhile Hussain lamented England's "timid play', which he said was in marked contrast to the way they had revived their ODI fortunes since a woeful ...

Three share top spot after 2 rounds at St. Jude Classic

His bogey-free final round included birdies at holes No. 3, 7, 13 and 15. Cabrera Bello was one of five players to finish two shots behind Berger, along with Americans Billy Horschel, Braden Thornberry , Chez Reavie and Kevin Chappell. He picked up three birdies on the front nine and eagled the par-five 16th to go into the weekend poised to strike for a second career win to go with his 2008 Canadian Open title.