04 August 2015

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Razzaq slams Waqar Younis for neglecting experienced players

Pakistani all-rounder Abdul Razzaq slams Pakistan’s head coach Waqar Younis for neglecting senior and experienced players of Pakistan cricket team.According to Press Trust of India, Razzaq said in an interview, “Waqar Younis has some sort of hidden agenda against senior players and whenever he has been appointed coach he has shunted them out and tried to destroy their careers”.“When he first became coach in 2011, he targeted me and Mohammad Yousuf and the latter never played for Pakistan again even though

Liverpool back in Champions League hunt with Newcastle win

Liverpool back in Champions League hunt with Newcastle winLIVERPOOL, England: Liverpool kept alive their hopes of Champions League football next season with a comfortable 2-0 Premier League victory on Monday against a Newcastle United side who finished with 10 men.A goal in each half from Raheem Sterling and Joe Allen respectively secured victory and closed the gap on fourth-placed Manchester City to four points with six games remaining.When Liverpool and Newcastle meet goals are normally the order of the day with 130 scored in their

Sri Lanka urges Sangakkara retirement rethink

COLOMBO:  Sri Lanka’s sports minister on Wednesday urged the world’s number one batsman Kumar Sangakkara to reconsider plans to retire from Test cricket and urged him to play on for another year.Navin Dissanayake told reporters that he hoped a government-ordered overhaul of Sri Lanka Cricket might persuade the 37-year-old to stick around a bit longer after he again underlined his class at the World Cup.“As sports minister, I humbly appeal to Kumar to reconsider (retirement) and play for the

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