31 October 2014

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Younis equals another record as Pakistan strengthen position

ABU DHABI: Younis Khan became the first batsman in 90 years to hit three hundreds in consecutive innings against Australia as Pakistan took and early advantage in the second Test in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.The 36-year-old, who smashed twin hundreds in the first Test, notched 111 not out for his 27th century to help Pakistan close the opening day on a solid footing of 304-2 after they won the toss and elected to bat on a flat Sheikh Zayed Stadium pitch.In the last over before stumps, Azhar Ali also

Formula One urged to cut costs as teams fail

Sauber principal Monisha Kaltenborn has urged Formula One s decision makers to act in the sport s best interests and tackle a looming crisis after two teams went into administration in the space of a week.Speaking after the governing FIA said the predicament of Marussia and Caterham showed the need for cost-cutting measures, Kaltenborn said she was  beyond frustration  with how the situation had developed."It s one thing to just talk about this terrible scenario that some

Pakistan make solid start in second Test

Pakistan make solid start in second TestABU DHABI: Pakistan batted solidly despite losing both their openers to reach 158-2 at tea on the opening day of the second Test against Australia in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.At the break, Younis Khan was unbeaten on 49 and Azhar Ali was on 26, having added 62 runs for the third wicket after Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat on a flat Sheikh Zayed Stadium pitch which showed some signs of spin early on.Younis, who scored twin hundreds in the first Test in Dubai, survived a leg-before review off Glenn Maxwell when on

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