Lewis Hamilton expects wide-open Formula 1 race at Singapore
Dodgers finally snap their losing streak with win over Giants
Panthers Tight End Greg Olsen Broke His Foot Against The Bills
Where teams stand after Week 1 — NFC NORTH
Jurgen Klopp hints at possible January additions
Pakistan thrash India to win Champions Trophy
19 Junio 2017, 02:16 | Gerardo Tarin
Pakistan thrash India to win Champions Trophy
After losing their opening game against India by 145 runs, they staged a remarkable turnaround, winning their next three games against Sri Lanka, South Africa and England, in the semifinal, quite convincingly.
He dismissed three of the world's top (ODI) batsmen in Rohit Sharma (nought), India captain Virat Kohli (five) and Shikhar Dhawan (21) in a stunning new-ball spell.
Amir struck just three balls into India s reply when, after bowling two outswingers to Sharma, he had him lbw with an inswinger.
Little went right for them, in fact, from the moment Kohli put Pakistan in on a glorious morning. Ali scored 59 before Mohammed Hafeez provided a late burst with 37-ball 57.
Fakhar, a former sailor in the Pakistan navy, underpinned his side's innings with a classy century after being handed a reprieve on just three when he was caught behind off a Jasprit Bumrah no-ball. It was the sort of start the Pakistan batsmen were looking for and they got it with a bit of assistance from the Indian bowlers.
It was compelling shot-a-ball viewing, several not necessarily despatched in the intended direction.
Azhar had to go, with his partner static in the non-striker's crease, after Bumrah pulled off an unexpectedly brilliant stop at midwicket.
He scripted the fastest half-century in a world One-Day International (ODI) final, reaching the landmark in 32 deliveries with three consecutive sixes off leg-spinner Shadab Khan. The way Hardik [Pandey] was hitting we thought we can take the game deep.
The veteran all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez then played some eye-catching strokes alongside Imad Wasim, promoted ahead of Sarfraz Ahmed, to take Pakistan to a highly competitive 338.
India, on the other hand, who played to their potential throughout the tournament, were struggling against the disciplined Pakistani batting lineup and failed to utilise the conditions completely. [Fakhar innings?] He's a great impact player, in his first ICC event, he played like a champion, he can be a great player for Pakistan.
8th final for Yuvraj Singh in ICC tournaments, the most by any player in his career. I am happy with the brand of cricket we have been playing and want to continue the momentum. After the game, India skipper Virat Kohli had explained that he chose to go with just one spinner, as the Pakistanis have players who generally are good players of spin bowling.
"The whole group kept believing".
Fakhar Zaman was the beneficiary of the Indian largesse and he ensured the Indian team paid the price for it, as much as for their wayward bowling.
They had an unbelievable tournament.
"The way they turned things around for themselves speaks volumes of the talent that they have in their side".
"We can be very proud of that as a unit and we leave here with our heads held high because we understand the kind of expectations and pressures we face as a team".
Brroks Koepka wins US Open title
After a poor shot on the par-3 13th, Koepka made a long putt to save par and keep him one stroke ahead of Matsuyama in the lead. Open clubhouse leader, though at five under par Steve Stricker eventually finished 11 strokes behind victor Brooks Koepka .
NHL notebook: Vegas begins roster-building process
From the resulting lists of unprotected players, the Golden Knights are permitted to claim one player from each team. But it's unlikely the two would consider joining an expansion team at this point in their respective careers.
Pakistan thrash India to win Champions Trophy final
Playing in only his 3rd ODI, 27 year old Fakhar Zaman was the pick of the Pakistani batsmen, knocking his way to 114 off 106. Mohammad Amir celebrates taking the wicket of India's Rohit Sharma , lbw for 0 during the ICC Champions Trophy final.
Brooks Koepka runs away late to win 117th US Open
Three birdies in a row on the back nine saw Brooks Koepka break away to clinch his maiden major title at the US Open. Koepka's life has undoubtedly just changed, much like his friend Dustin Johnson's did after winning last year's U.S.
UK: Banned building materials suspected in London fire
Flowers and missing persons posters were taped to the gates of the church, while bags of donations were piled outside the door. An additional public inquiry set up by the government will determine if building regulations had been broken.
German minister sees hope of 'soft' Brexit, with conditions
But EU officials are sceptical that May's position has changed, just as they are doubtful about the feasibility of either option. However, it seems unlikely he will be able to resist public comment on the Brexit process, which he has described as a "tragedy".
French Open 2017 men's review: Day nine
I didn't feel like today I was playing slower than I was in the other matches. 'I think he's probably a bit less confident. The 30-year-old has won eight of their 10 previous meetings, most recently at the ATP World Tour Finals last November.