20 December 2014

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Hafeez lifts Pakistan to 252 in second one-day

Hafeez lifts Pakistan to 252 in second one-daySHARJAH: Opener Mohammad Hafeez hit a solid half-century as Pakistan made 252 all out in 48.3 overs in the second day-night international in Sharjah on Friday. Hafeez hit a 92-ball 76 with nine boundaries and a six while skipper Misbah-ul Haq chipped in with a 65-ball 47 to rescue Pakistan from a shaky 20-3 after they won the toss and elected to bat at Sharjah stadium. Pakistan lead the five-match series 1-0 after winning the first game in Dubai by three wickets.With his position under threat

Rehabilitated Woods heading toward his second billion

His goal of 18 majors is in serious doubt, but five years after his precipitous fall from grace a rehabilitated Tiger Woods is entering the next phase of his career heading toward making another billion.Five years after driving into a fire hydrant in front of a neighbor s house in Isleworth, an accident that set off sordid tales of extramarital affairs and an exodus of sponsors, Woods returned to the exclusive enclave with high hopes restored.Feeling fit after a break from the PGA Tour to deal

Cricket: Abbott back in groove with stunning spell

SYDNEY: – Sean Abbott, who delivered the ball that killed Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, proved he was back in the groove Friday with a stunning 6-14 as New South Wales demolished Queensland.There had been fears the 22-year-old fast bowler may have been too traumatised to play again after Hughes died from being hit by one of his rising balls at the Sydney Cricket Ground last month.But he opted to play in the Sheffield Shield clash at the same venue, and showed mental resolve as he turned it into a one-man

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