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Zimbabwe stun Pakistan to level ODI series at 1-1 HARARE: Shoaib Malik's brilliant fightback was foiled by bad light as Zimbabwe beat Pakistan by five runs on the Duckworth-Lewis method in a drama-filled second one-day international at Harare Sports Club on Saturday.Malik was left stranded on 96 not out having hauled Pakistan from 76 for six to 256 for eight chasing 277 for victory when the umpires took the players off the field with two overs remaining.The game had earlier been delayed by a brief rain shower, but the decision left the 33-year-old batsman furious as he was denied the opportunity to carry his team across the line.The result left the three-match series level ahead of Monday's tour finale, and although Zimbabwe were breathing a sigh of relief after nearly letting the game slip, their victory represented a remarkable turnaround.Under pressure after being rolled for 128 in an embarrassing defeat on Thursday, the home batsmen showed their capabilities in ...

Another win and Japan will be team of World Cup: Jones MILTON KEYNES: A Japan win over United States next week will entitle them to be team of the tournament even if they miss out on a historic place in the World Cup quarter-finals, said coach Eddie Jones.The 55-year-old Australian heralded his side after their impressive 26-5 win over Samoa, their second of the pool having opened with the greatest upset in World Cup history a 34-32 victory over South Africa."If we win three games we ...

Five-goal Aguero fires City top, Chelsea crisis deepens LONDON: Sergio Aguero plundered five goals in a dizzying 20-minute spell as Manchester City demolished Newcastle United 6-1 on Saturday to reclaim first place in the Premier League.But Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho saw his team fall apart once again as they sank to a 3-1 home defeat against Southampton, which left the champions 10 points off the pace in 16th place.City had lost their previous two league games and went behind in the 18th minute ...

Mane and slick Southampton deepen Chelsea gloom LONDON: Chelsea's disastrous season continued with a 3-1 home defeat by Southampton on Saturday that left Jose Mourinho's Premier League champions 10 points off the pace in 16th place.Having taken an early lead through Willian, Mourinho's side collapsed alarmingly, with Steven Davis levelling for Ronald Koeman's team before second-half goals from Sadio Mane and Graziano Pelle wrapped up the win.Mourinho had suffered just one home league defeat in over four seasons at Chelsea coming into ...

Moin Khan Warns Pakistan against Zimbabwe Former Pakistan captain and ex-chief selector Moin Khan has warned Pakistan team against Zimbabwe to have an ability to bounce back in the second ODI. As per reports, Moin was quick to point out that the future looks bright for Pakistan after the emergence of several promising youngsters. According to local media report Moin khan said, “On the basis of performances in the last two series, things are definitely heading in the right direction for ...

Venus wins Wuhan Open as Muguruza retires WUHAN: Venus Williams won her second title of the season at the Wuhan Open in central China on Saturday after Garbine Muguruza retired in the second set.Williams took the first set and was then handed the title by the Spaniard after 53 minutes, three points into the second set.Wimbledon finalist Muguruza -- ranked world number eight, 16 places ahead of American veteran Williams -- had a tough semi final against Germany's Angelique Kerber, winning in ...

Zimbabwe bat first against Pakistan HARARE: Offspinner Bilal Asif made his international debut as Pakistan's selectors used the second one-day international against Zimbabwe on Saturday to take stock ahead of their upcoming matches against England.Asif was not originally included in Pakistan's ODI squad for the three-match series against Zimbabwe, but was added when Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq suggested that the offspinner could be useful against an England side with five left-handers.Pakistan will host England for three Test matches in the United ...


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