LONDON Stung by their humiliating defeat to India in their last match and by the backlash from their fans back home, Pakistan came out buzzing on Sunday as they kept alive their Cricket World Cup hopes with a morale-boosting 49-run win over South Africa.
CHELSEA BEAT EINTRACHT FRANKFURT ON PENALTIES TO SET UP ALL-ENGLISH EUROPA LEAGUE SOCCER FINAL WITH ARSENAL
ARSENAL REACH EUROPA LEAGUE SOCCER FINAL WITH 7-3 AGGREGATE WIN OVER VALENCIA
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR BEAT AJAX AMSTERDAM ON AWAY GOALS RULE TO SET UP CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SOCCER FINAL WITH LIVERPOOL
CARDIFF CITY RELEGATED FROM ENGLAND'S PREMIER LEAGUE FOLLOWING DEFEAT BY CRYSTAL PALACE
THE UNITED STATES OLYMPIC COMMITTEE SAID IT HAS TAKEN STEPS TO REVOKE USA GYMNASTICS' STATUS AS THE NATIONAL GOVERNING BODY FOR THE SPORT
FIFA BANS FORMER GHANA FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT KWESI NYANTAKYI FOR LIFE FROM ALL FOOTBALL-RELATED ACTIVITIES - STATEMENT
FIFA PRESIDENT GIANNI INFANTINO WILL PUT PLANS FOR TWO NEW INTERNATIONAL SOCCER TOURNAMENTS TO A VOTE AT FRIDAY'S FIFA COUNCIL MEETING - FIFA SPOKESMAN
SERENA WILLIAMS GIVEN A GAME PENALTY IN U.S. OPEN FINAL AFTER ROW WITH UMPIRE DURING FINAL WITH JAPAN'S NAOMI OSAKA
LONDON Former Wimbledon doubles champion Peng Shuai's season was all but over on Wednesday after she was handed a six-month ban and a $10,000 fine for breaching the sport’s anti-corruption code by attempting to change her doubles partner after sign-in deadline.