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Malik the hero as Pak survive Afghan scare

Malik the hero as Pak survive Afghan scare

Shoaib Malik hit a six and a four in the last over as Pakistan clinched a nerve-racking three-wicket win over Afghanistan in a Super Four match of the Asia Cup in Abu Dhabi yesterday

Al Sadd and Rayyan set to thrill fans in ‘Qatar Clasico’

Al Sadd and Rayyan set to thrill fans in ‘Qatar Clasico’

Al Rayyan and Al Sadd will add another chapter to their famed rivalry when they clash in the first of their two ‘Qatar Clasico’ matches in the QNB Stars League today. The match begins at 5.55pm.

Babar shines as Pakistan beat India in final

Babar shines as Pakistan beat India in final

An in-form Babar Masih led Pakistan 1 to a thrilling Asian Team Snooker Championship victory in the final against India 1, comprising Pankaj Advani and Malkeet Singh, at the Qatar Billiards and Snooker Federation Hall yesterday.

Modric, Ronaldo, Salah vie for FIFA award

Modric, Ronaldo, Salah vie for FIFA award

Luka Modric looks to once again get the better of Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah when FIFA announces its Best Men’s Player on Monday.

Tabarez renews with Uruguay until Qatar World Cup

Tabarez renews with Uruguay until Qatar World Cup

Despite failing health the veteran coach Oscar Tabarez has signed a four-year contract extension to remain at the Uruguay helm until the end of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the South American country’s football federation said yesterday.

Sailiya rally twice to beat Al Ahli

Sailiya rally twice to beat Al Ahli

Al Sailiya twice came from behind to win 4-2 against hosts Al Ahli in Week 6 of the QNB Stars League yesterday.

Captain Bjorn will do things his way

Captain Bjorn will do things his way

Thomas Bjorn will not strike a ball in anger at Le Golf National next week but he will be regarded either as a mastermind or failure depending on whether or not Europe regain the Ryder Cup.

Rose will not wilt despite becoming American target

Rose will not wilt despite becoming American target

With his newly acquired status of world number one, Justin Rose will carry the extra burden of being the man the US will target at next week’s Ryder Cup on the outskirts of Paris.

England’s Fisher cards first 59 in European Tour history

England’s Fisher cards first 59 in European Tour history

Unheralded Englishman Oliver Fisher fired the first round of 59 in the European Tour’s 46-year history on a remarkable second day of the Portugal Masters yesterday.

Woods seizes share of early lead at Tour Championship

Woods seizes share of early lead at Tour Championship

Tiger Woods delivered easily the loudest roar in ending his round with an eagle three to share the lead on day one of the season-ending Tour Championship in Atlanta.

Mayfield ends Browns’ winless streak

Mayfield ends Browns’ winless streak

Rookie No 1 overall pick Baker Mayfield relieved a concussed Tyrod Taylor and rallied the Cleveland Browns from a 14-point deficit past the visiting New York Jets for a 21-17 win to break a 19-game winless streak Thursday night at FirstEnergy Stadium.

All Blacks captain Read to sit out of Argentina test

All Blacks captain Read to sit out of Argentina test

New Zealand captain Kieran Read will miss the Rugby Championship test against Argentina in Buenos Aires next week, instead joining the team for their final match of the competition in South Africa.

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