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  1. Wembley Stadium, London Full TIme Chelsea 0 - 1 Leicester City It's Leicester City's day as they finally win the FA Cup on their fifth final appearance! The club's greatest-ever era continues thanks to Tielemans' wonderful second-half strike, a goal worthy of winning any game. Chelsea tried their best but had no answer to it late on, with Schmeichel's two astonishing saves from Mount and Chilwell and a dramatic VAR decision keeping them out.
  2. CA says that the governing body is still open to hearing and investigating any new information about the Newlands incident Cameron Bancroft has conceded there had to be wider knowledge of Australia's ball-tampering tactics against South Africa in the Newlands Test than the punished trio of himself, David Warner and Steven Smith. Speaking to the Guardian interviewer Donald McRae in Durham where he is playing county cricket, Bancroft admitted under questioning that it was "self-explanatory" that bowlers in the Test team had to be aware the ball was being tampered with. "Yeah
  3. Seventh-placed South Africa are at their joint-lowest in Test ranking history after the annual update India and New Zealand retained the top two places in the ICC men's Test rankings after the annual update, while England overtook Australia for the third spot. West Indies also moved up by two positions to be placed sixth, one slot above South Africa. India, who have an aggregate of 121 rating points, are only one point ahead of New Zealand. The two teams will face off against each other in the World Test Championship final to be held on June 18 in Southampton. England climbed up
  4. On this auspicious day of Eid, may all your wishes be fulfilled and may you find happiness and peace. Eid Mubarak!
  5. Kusal Perera has been named new ODI captain and Kusal Mendis has been recalled and made vice-captain, while Dimuth Karunaratne, Angelo Mathews and Dinesh Chandimal have been dropped in a major shake-up of Sri Lanka's ODI team. In naming a young squad, Sri Lanka's new selection committee - headed by Pramodya Wickramasinghe - and coach Mickey Arthur have signalled they are seeking to aggressively develop a fresh set of limited-overs players with a view to the 2023 World Cup. Across the 18 players named, only 33-year-old Isuru Udana is older than 31, and just three players are above 30.
  6. Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan will be missing the remainder of the Pakistan Super League 2021. It has been reported that the all-rounder will be taking part in the Dhaka Premier League (DPL). Shakib was initially not in any of the squad for the 2021 edition of PSL but later called up as one of the replacement players. He was picked up by Lahore Qalandars in a special replacement draft which was recently organized by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). There are two other Bangladesh players, Liton Das and Mahmudullah, who have signed for Karachi Kings and Multan Sultans respectivel
  7. New Zealand keeper-batsman BJ Watling has announced that he will retire from the sport after the upcoming tour to England, that will include two Tests against the hosts and the inaugural World Test Championship final against India from June 18. If he features in all of them, which he is expected to, Watling will surpass Adam Parore's record for most Test appearances as New Zealand wicket-keeper. "It's the right time," Watling said of his announcement. "It's been a huge honour to represent New Zealand and in particular wear the Test baggy. Test cricket really is the pinnacle of the game an
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  11. Match Summary: Pakistan won the toss and chose to bat Pakistan 1st innings 510-8 dec (147.1 overs) Zimbabwe 1st innings 132-10 (60.4 overs) Zimbabwe 2nd innings 231-10 (68 overs) Pakistan won by an innings and 147 runs Man of the match: Abid Ali Man of the series: Hasan Ali Series: Pakistan won the 2-match series 2-0
  12. Day-4 It took exactly five overs on the fourth day for Pakistan to take the solitary wicket they needed to complete a 2-0 clean sweep over Zimbabwe, bowling them out for 231 and winning by an innings and 147 runs. Shaheen Afridi was the man to make the breakthrough, coaxing Luke Jongwe into a drive the batsman could only edge through to the wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan. It saw him complete a five-wicket haul, becoming the third Pakistan bowler in the Test to do so after Hasan Ali and Nauman Ali. This is the first time in Pakistan history three bowlers have taken five wickets in a single
  13. Day-3 Pakistan are on the cusp of a 2-0 series win after regular strikes in the final session left the visitors just one wicket away from wrapping up an innings victory. On a day that began with a magnificent spell of fast bowling by Hasan Ali, culminating in yet another five-wicket haul, Zimbabwe folded meekly in the first innings, and were forced to follow on. The second time around, there were flashes of resistance disappointingly absent nearly all series, with an 80 from Regis Chakabva and Brendan Taylor's flamboyant 30-ball 49 guaranteeing the hosts surpassed 200 for the first time this
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