Harman takes the lead at US open

Thomas became the fifth player to shoot 63 in a U.S. Open and the first player at 9 under. And if you're looking for the truly ridiculous, Koepka finished at 11-under and he wasn't even the low golfer wearing pink on Saturday. Thomas is one shot behind the leader American Brian Harmon. Nick Rogness felt as nervous as anyone at the U.S. Open - not because of a golf club in his hand but the diamond ring in his pocket.

Fowler eager to get job done at US Open

Sunday, the final group at the U.S. Open, Justin Thomas is a shot back of leader Brian Harman and with a chance to win his first major in what could be a career of many. Open and who isn't even playing. Though to Fleetwood's amazement the World No. 33 putted off the green and with his ball rolling past the flag and down a steep slope left of the green and now 23-feet away, and well below the hole.

Champions Trophy: India, Pak gear up for 'mother of all finals'

Champions Trophy: India, Pak gear up for 'mother of all finals'

From appearing ordinary at the start to beating hosts England in the semifinals, Pakistan has gathered pace slowly and looks risky. He was out for 114 in the 34th over after Pakistan crossed the 200-mark. India captain Virat Kohli today defended his decision to bowl on a flat track and said a lucky reprieve for centurion Fakhar Zaman proved to be a costly one in the Champions Trophy final against Pakistan here today.

Kohli calm ahead of India-Pakistan final

He was lbw by Muhammad Amir in the first over. Openers Azhar Ali and Fakhar Zaman built a 128-run partnership. He scored 22 runs. Leg spinner Shadab Khan picked up the wickets of KM Jadhav and Yuvraj Sindh while Hasan Ali got the wicket of Dhoni.

Fans cheer ahead of Ind vs Pak Champions Trophy final

I know after the first game everyone wasn't happy, but the boys have lifted themselves and after that we've brought the smiles back to the nation. Despite initial concerns, Virat Kohli and co comprehensively beat Bangladesh to reach the Champions Trophy 2017 finals .

Pakistan demolish India to win maiden Champions Trophy title

Pakistan demolish India to win maiden Champions Trophy title

Even Pakistan is doing well. The Indian batsman has been clicking on all cylinders, displaying masterful performance throughout the tournament especially the opening duo of Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma , giving India a ideal start, putting up scores on the board and pressuring the opposition bowlers.