FLASHBACK

We never expected to win World Cup in 1983: Srikkanth

We never expected to win World Cup in 1983: Srikkanth

India beat the Windies in the June 25 final on, but had a poor World Cup record heading into the tournament.

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0, 8, 0...Shoaib Malik

0, 8, 0...Shoaib Malik's career seems to be over

The Pakistan batsman was bowled for a duck by Hardik Pandya and has scores of 8, 0 in the previous two matches against England and Australia.

INTERVIEW

ICC chief executive says no to "reserve days"

Rain has played spoilsport in two World Cup matches and some teams have urged the ICC to have reserve days.

SPECIAL COLUMN

Imran proves he still has a shrewd cricketing brain

The current Pakistani PM had suggested through his tweets that the team should elect to bat unless there was moisture on the pitch.

CRICKET FANS TAKE PART AT A MUSICAL PROCESSION IN NOTTINGHAM.

FOOTBALL

Copa America: Qatar fight back to hold Paraguay 2-2

Qatar next play against Colombia on June 19 followed by a match against former World Cup champions Argentina on June 23.

Chelsea likely to hire Lampard as next manager, says English media

The Blues have decided to seek formal talks with Lampard as they try to look for their next coach.

I'm not a galactico, says Hazard after joining Real Madrid

Madrid will pay Chelsea an initial 100m euros for Hazard, with another 45m due in potential add-ons for Hazard, who has signed a five-year contract.

PICTURE OF THE DAY

Afghanistan cricket fans will hope to see their team do well against England on Tuesday.

QUOTE OF THE DAY

We can't change the past but can influence the future and I will definitely remind my players of the spirit of 'cornered tigers'.

- Pakistan's South African coach Mickey Arthur.

CRICKET

England's Roy ruled out for two matches

Roy, who suffered the injury during England's win over the West Indies on Friday, will not play against Afghanistan on Tuesday.

Rohit Sharma's 140 shapes India's win over Pakistan

India made 336-5 with Rohit Sharma hitting 140 before Pakistan finished on 212-6 to be well short of a rain-adjusted total.

West Indies will hope to get back into rhythm

While their bowling has been a shade better, it’s their batsmen which has cost them games.