24 October 2014

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Torrid start for Pakistan in 1st Test

Torrid start for Pakistan in 1st TestDUBAI: Pakistan were making slow progress as they tried to rebuild their first innings after a terrible start to the first test against Australia in Dubai on Wednesday.Pakistan lost both their openers before the total had reached double figures but recovered to reach 50-2 at lunch on the opening day.Azhar Ali was unbeaten on 24 with the experienced Younus Khan (14 not out) at the crease.Australian left-arm paceman Mitchell Johnson struck in the first over of the match -- hitting the toe of Mohammad Hafeez with a

Football: Neymar, Messi strike to ease Barca past Ajax

BARCELONA: Barcelona warmed up for their clash with Real Madrid on Saturday in fine fashion as goals from Neymar, Lionel Messi and Sandro Ramirez handed them a 3-1 Champions League win over Ajax on Tuesday.Neymar grabbed the opener in the Group F clash at the Camp Nou after just seven minutes when he collected Messi’s pass to curl the ball into the far corner before Messi put Barca firmly in command when he slotted home 14 minutes later.Barca coach Luis Enrique then

Racing: Hughes set to win English jockeys' title

LONDON  Richard Hughes has all but been confirmed as Britain s champion flat-race jockey for the third time in a row after it was confirmed closest rival Ryan Moore would not be riding in the country again this season.Moore led the way in the early part of the campaign but said his priority was big race wins around the world.Being true to his word, Moore rode Hillstar to victory in the Canadian International on Sunday, barely a day after taking part in Champions Day at Ascot.He was down to ride two horses at

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