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Yasir Shah spins Pakistan to series win

Leg-spinner Yasir Shah took six second-innings wickets in Pakistan’s crushing 133-run second Test victory over the West Indies in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, yesterday as they took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. The wily spinner finished with 6-124 to secure his secondFULL STORY

EDA Rhinos rally to win Game 3

By Jason Pan

The EDA Rhinos rallied from a five-run deficit to prevail 10-9 at the Taoyuan International Stadium last night, grabbing their first win against the visiting Brothers Baseball Club in the best-of-seven CPBL Taiwan Series. It was a narrow victory and a high-scoring affair for the RhinosFULL STORY

No sweet homecoming for Osweiler

A sweet homecoming was never likely for Brock Osweiler in Denver, Colorado, on Monday, but the Houston Texans quarterback got much more than he bargained for as he delivered a nightmare performance against the Broncos in a 27-9 loss. Returning to the Sports Authority Field atFULL STORY

Kuznetsova hacks off her own hair, beats Radwanska

Svetlana Kuznetsova hacked off her own hair with a pair of scissors and burst into tears before saving a match point and beating defending champion Agnieszka Radwanska 7-5, 1-6, 7-5 at the WTA Finals in Singapore on Monday. Despite appearing on the verge of exhaustion andFULL STORY

Versteeg fires Flames past Blackhawks

Calgary’s Kris Versteeg scored the lone goal of the shoot-out in the seventh round of the tiebreaker to give the Flames a 3-2 win at Chicago on Monday and just their second victory this season. Versteeg, a former Blackhawk, faked Chicago goaltender Corey Crawford and connectedFULL STORY

Nothing going right for hapless Napoli forward Gabbiadini

Manolo Gabbiadini’s rapturous welcome at SSC Napoli seemed a world away on Monday as the hapless forward got a two-match ban to add to his recent woes after his red card in the 2-1 win at Crotone on Sunday. Largely confined to a substitutes’ role lastFULL STORY

Mourinho blames ‘mistakes’ for rout2016-10-25

Jose Mourinho blamed “incredible defensive mistakes” for his humiliation on his English Premier League return to Stamford Bridge where his former side Chelsea routed Manchester United 4-0 on Sunday. Having held out for 90 minutes at Anfield on Monday last week, United conceded the quickest goalFULL STORY

Balanced Kerber revels in return to Singapore2016-10-25

Angelique Kerber left Singapore in a bad-tempered huff a year ago after she failed to advance from the round-robin stage of the WTA Finals, a collapse which made the German determined to make amends on her return. On Sunday, world No. 1 Kerber dug deep toFULL STORY

Giants beat slumping Rams at Twickenham2016-10-25

The New York Giants had three takeaways all season, but that was before they faced quarterback Case Keenum and the struggling Los Angeles Rams. Landon Collins and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie each had two interceptions of Keenum, fueling a strong defensive effort in the Giants’ 17-10 win overFULL STORY

Ben Stokes strikes to foil Bangladesh’s fairy tale2016-10-25

All-rounder Ben Stokes picked up the final two wickets in three balls to give England a thrilling 22-run victory over Bangladesh in the first Test at Chittagong, Bangladesh, yesterday, as the tourists maintained their perfect record against the South Asian side. It was England’s ninth straightFULL STORY

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