Sri Lanka looked a different side in the second innings with Kusal Perera and Lahiru Thirimanne (in picture) in a 101-run stand for the first wicket. Courtesy: Twitter
England rode on skipper Joe Root’s double-ton-studded masterclass to reach 555 for eight at close on day two of the opening Test against hosts India.
Spinner Jack Leach claimed four wickets and paceman James Anderson three as India were dismissed for 192 on the final day while chasing a record 420 to win.
England paceman James Anderson on Saturday said it is a “bigger achievement” to get five-wicket hauls in the sub-continent than back home after he helped bowl out Sri Lanka for 381 on day two in the second Test.
Cody’s Wish put his Whitney Stakes defeat firmly behind him as he comfortably saw off Accretive in the G2 Vosburgh Stakes at Aqueduct in US on Sunday. Dropping back to seven furlongs, Cody’s Wish was slow from the gates and raced in a clear last before Junior Alvarado rushed the four-time G1 winner
Team Sweden’s Jonas Andersson clinched the UIM F1H2O World Championship for the second time on Sunday with a convincing victory in the Regione Sardegna Grand Prix of Italy. Andersson’s start-to-finish success in Olbia also puts Team Sweden in a strong position to secure the team title won for the last
Meydan Racecourse, home of the $30.5 million Dubai World Cup meeting, will host the Emirates Sprint Series races after Dubai Racing Club comes on board for the second edition of the series. The organising committee of the Emirates Sprint Series has confirmed that Dubai Racing Club will be part of the ambitious