Schauffele finally makes a bogey at US Open

Yet Johnson was forced to bide his time for the next six holes, unable to convert the few birdie chances that came his way. The cut was at 1-over 145, tying a U.S. No matter. He shot 38 on his first nine but rallied for 33 on his second nine. The Northern Irishman then won the Open Championship and US PGA in 2014, meaning he needs only to win the Masters to become the sixth player to complete a career grand slam.

LeBron James Says | 'My likeness and my name is in your head'

While LeBron James disagrees with the assertion that he started the so-called superteam era in the National Basketball Association, he still took satisfaction from Draymond Green taking time out of the Golden State Warriors' championship parade Thursday to mention his name.

Champions Trophy final: 'Pressure is more on India'

Pakistan were fortunate to get a point from their South Africa game where they managed to restrict the Proteas to 219/8 in 50 overs but were tottering at 119/3 when the skies opened up and Pakistan won by 19 runs via Duckworth Lewis method.

Rickie Fowler makes three straight bogeys, falls out of US Open lead

Casey laid up in the rough, took two chops to get out of more rough behind the 14th green, and staggered away with a triple-bogey 8 that might have ruined his day at Erin Hills . Sixty-eight players made the cut, with former champion Webb Simpson, former Masters and British Open victor Zach Johnson and former PGA champion Keegan Bradley all making it on the number.

England ODI team not 'finished article' yet, says Root

Despite the loss, Root dismissed the suggestion that England should detour slightly from all-out attack in the future in favour of steadier players more capable of handling hard surfaces for batting. There is no reason for you (Sarfraz) to be so happy. "Getting England out for 211 is never easy because they have a wonderful balance to their side and we knew if we didn't take wickets they would score heavily", he added.

Champions Trophy final: Pakistan has nothing to lose, says Azhar Mahmood

But (we have told him) if he has any doubt he should let us know. Later, the 50-year-old clarified his position, saying: "My comments were made after I heard reports of Sarfaraz's refusal to dedicate his performance against Sri Lanka to Miandad and him saying that Miandad criticises the team too much".