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Shakib, Mahmudullah phenomenal: Mortaza

Mashrafe Mortaza was very much there in 2005 when Bangladesh shocked the world to stun a near-unconquerable Australian side by five wickets. Twelve years later in the same Cardiff, the captain's smiles have got broader....   | Read..
 

Board’s email points to Anil

An intriguingly-worded email from the Board of Control for Cricket in India in the early hours of Friday suggests that the star-studded Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) has decided to rec......   | Read..
 

Eoin: Can't take foot off the gas

England may already have reached the Champions Trophy semi-finals, but Eoin Morgan is aware that his team cannot afford a drop in intensity against Australia at Edgbaston on Saturday....   | Read..
 

SA prepare keeping Ashwin in mind

Ravichandran Ashwin may be back in the mix after being dropped in the first two matches and South Africa batting coach Neil McKenzie feels that the off-spinner would be a preferred choice against h......   | Read..
 

Bangla fate now depends on Australia-England game

Shakib-al Hasan and Mahmudullah smashed a brilliant century each and stitched a record 224-run stand together as Bangladesh recovered from a top-order collapse to notch up a stunning five-wicket wi......   | Read..
 

We are not invincible: Virat Kohli

India are the favourites to defend their Champions Trophy title, but captain Virat Kohli doesn't think that they are "invincible". India suffered a seven-wicket defeat against Sri Lanka o......   | Read..
 

India should consider bringing back Ashwin

Thursday's was a great victory for Sri Lanka and a much-needed one. It meant a lot for the Sri Lanka team to chase down that very stiff total and to do it with such ease should be hugely satisfying......   | Read..
 

Have to be at our best: Smith

The two no-results have certainly made it a do-or-die situation for Australia, as they must beat England at Edgbaston on Saturday to qualify for the semi-finals....   | Read..
 

Injured Zlatan is released by United

Manchester United have released top scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic after a year at Old Trafford, with the injured Swedish striker's name appearing on a list published by the Premier League on Friday....   | Read..
 

Halep must seize the opportunity

Latvian daredevil Jelena Ostapenko started tennis practising against a wall — she would be well advised to remember those early experiences when she faces master of defence Simona Halep in Sa......   | Read..
 

Mathews is grateful toSangakkara

Kumar Sangakkara had urged the Sri Lankans to play with "arrogance" against India. Angelo Mathews's team responded in style humbling Virat Kohli's men by seven wickets on Thursday....   | Read..
 

Stan stands between Rafa and 10th crown

Stan Wawrinka subjected Andy Murray to a barrage of body blows as he broke down the Briton’s formidable defences to reach the French Open final on Friday, twice coming from a set down to win ......   | Read..
 

Buzz over Khalid and EB

East Bengal are all set to rope in Khalid Jamil as coach for the 2017-2018 season....   | Read..
 

Bengaluru FC to opt for ISL

Bengaluru FC have decided to opt for the Indian Super League (ISL) if the I-League and the franchise-based league are played simultaneously on a temporary basis this season....   | Read..
 

Sampaoli has a perfect start with friendly win over Brazil

Jorge Sampaoli enjoyed a perfect start to his Argentina reign with a 1-0 friendly win over Brazil on Friday, ending opposing coach Tite's honeymoon in front of a mammoth crowd at the Melbourne Cric......   | Read..
 

This title is Halep's, says Chris

Simona Halep has the French Open title in her grasp and will "not let it go" now, according to claycourt great Chris Evert....   | Read..
 

Saudis sorry

Saudi Arabia's national team will face no sanction from Fifa for failing to respect a minute's silence for the victims of the London attacks before the start of a World Cup qualifier in Australia, ......   | Read..
 
Stanislas Wawrinka celebrates after defeating world No. 1 Andy Murray in the semi-final of the French Open on Friday. Rafael Nadal won the second...   | Read..
 
 
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