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Al Sadd eye another ACL title after more shootout success

Former winners Al Sadd believe a second AFC Champions League title is possible after another penalty shootout success saw the Qatari side edge past Emiratis Al Wadha and into the group stages following a dramatic 4-4 draw.The painful defeat capped a bad Tuesday night for United Arab Emirates clubs, with domestic league leaders Al Jazira losing 2-1 to Uzbeks Bunyodkor to also miss out on a group stage berth.Al Sadd, winners in 2011 and also of the Asian Club Championship in

Bangladesh bat first on Afghanistan World Cup debut

Bangladesh bat first on Afghanistan World Cup debutCANBERRA: Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza won the toss and elected to bat first against World Cup debutants Afghanistan in their Pool A opener at Manuka Oval in Canberra on Wednesday.Mortaza´s side lost both of their warm-up matches and will be looking to take a confidence boost from this encounter with the inexperienced Afghans, the first team to debut at the World Cup since 2007."Looks like a good track. We can put up a good total," Mortaza said.The

New Zealand beat Scotland by three wickets

NELSON, New Zealand: New Zealand labored to a three wicket victory over Scotland on Tuesday to register their second World Cup win in two matches.Chasing just 143 to win the Pool a clash at University Oval in Dunedin, the Black Caps reached their target in the 25th over.Earlier, Scotland was all out for 142 after being sent into bat and were reduced to 12 for four at one stage.Matt Machan top scored with 56 and Richie Berrington contributed 50, while Corey Anderson and Dan Vettori took three wickets apiece for co

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