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  • Stokes dominates as England beat India in 3rd ODI

    England all-rounder Ben Stokes put in a dominant performance with the bat and ball to help England pull off a five-run consolation win against India in the third one-day international in Kolkata on Sunday...

    Seam bowler Stokes claimed three wickets to help restrict India, who were chasing 322 for victory, to 316-9 as Kedar Jadhav's 90 went in vain...

  • New Zealand beats India by 5 wickets in 3rd ODI, sweeps series

    Half-centuries by Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls and Colin de Grandhomme set up New Zealand's five-wicket win over India in the third one-day international on Tuesday which completed a series sweep...

    Guptill's 66 from 46 balls, which included a 50 from 29 deliveries, gave New Zealand a speedy start in pursuit of India's 296-7...

  • 3rd ODI abandoned after rain as Pakistan clinch series 2-0

    LAHORE: The third and final day-night international between Pakistan and Zimbabwe ended as a no result in Lahore on Sunday after play was ended by a sandstorm followed by rain...

    Pakistan took the three-match series 2-0 having won the first game by 41 runs and the second by six wickets — both in Lahore...

  • 3rd ODI: Asif the star as Pakistan win Zimbabwe series

    HARARE: Offspinner Bilal Asif outlined his potential value to Pakistan ahead of upcoming games against England as his five-wicket haul clinched the third and decisive one-day international against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club on Monday...

    Playing in just his second ODI, Asif decimated the Zimbabwe line-up with figures of 5 for 25 as the hosts were bowled out for 161, then scored 38 as Pakistan chased their target in 34 overs to win...

  • 3rd ODI: Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets to take 3-0 lead in series

    Imam-ul-Haq became the third youngest player to score a century on his one-day international debut and Hasan Ali grabbed 5-34 as Pakistan hammered Sri Lanka by seven wickets to secure a series victory on Wednesday...

    Pakistan took an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series, with Sri Lanka's losing streak in ODIs now stretching to 10 matches...

  • Top order tumbles after Pak bowlers restrict NZ to 257 runs in 3rd ODI

    Pakistan's top order has once again stumbled through the first few overs of the second inning against New Zealand in the third one-day international being played at Dunedin on Saturday...

    In the face of New Zealand's 278 run target, Pakistan lost their first wicket with just one run on the score board when Azhar Ali departed for the pavilion with no runs to his name...

  • Indian court finds 12 guilty of 2006 Mumbai train bombings

    NEW DELHI: An Indian court on Friday convicted 12 of planning blasts that ripped through Mumbai commuter trains in 2006, killing more than 180 people and wounding hundreds...

    Seven bombs went off within 15 minutes on the packed trains during the evening rush hour in Mumbai on July 11, 2006...

  • Nishtar Park massacre case of 2006 may take several more years to conclude

    More than 50 people, including several religious leaders, were killed and over 100 others were wounded in the massive bombing that ripped through a congregation of Eid Miladun Nabi (PBUH) at Nishtar Park in April 2006...

    According to the prosecution, the massive bomb blast took place near the stage when participants in the 12th Rabiul Awwal congregation were offering Maghrib prayers at Nishtar Park on April 11, 2006...

  • ‘German football officials knew about 2006 Cup payment’

    FRANKFURT: In a political feud that could tarnish the reputation of Franz Beckenbauer, the former president of the German football federation has accused 2006 World Cup officials of knowing about a questionable payment to FIFA as early as 2002...

    Niersbach has said he first heard of the payment this year and learned the details only last week from Beckenbauer, the former Germany great who was the president of the 2006 organising...

  • Was the 2006 FIFA World Cup bought?

    BERLIN: The German FA (DFB) is set to answer corruption allegations on Friday as accusations the 2006 World Cup was “bought “threaten to give FIFA another headache...

    The 2006 finals were lauded in Germany as a huge success with fans from all the world lapping up the well-organised tournament over four sun-soaked weeks...

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