Australia’s Travis Head celebrates after scoring his century against New Zealand during second day’s play of their second Test match in Melbourne on Friday. Associated Press
Australia crushed New Zealand by 50 runs in a low-scoring fourth Twenty20 international in Wellington Friday to level the series at 2-2. The result sets up a winner-takes-all blockbuster in the final match at the same venue on Sunday, with Australia
Leg spinner Sodhi came into the match as the leading wicket-taker in the series with 10 at an average of 18 and improved to 13 at 11.8, taking 3-24 as Australia was held 142-8 after choosing to bat on winning the toss.
Australia took a commanding 243-run lead over plucky New Zealand in the third Test in Sydney on Sunday, looking set for a clean sweep of the series. The Australians dismissed the Black Caps
Karachi Kings are through to the play-offs after beating Quetta Gladiators by 14 runs in do-or-die last league match as they defended the 177-run target in match number 29 of the sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League
Jamieson’s (3-26) probing fuller length deliveries during a six-over spell in the first hour earned the tall fast bowler the wickets of captain Virat Kohli (44) and Rishabh Pant (4) on the third morning as India slumped to 211-7 at lunch.
Trézéguet personally chose the hospital, which treats children who have been diagnosed with cancer.