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Bangladesh won the Twenty20 series decider against Zimbabwe on Sunday, reaching its target with four balls to spare. Bangladesh clinched the series 2-1 with a five-wicket victory in the third T20 at Harare Sports Club. Bangladesh posted 194-5 in 19.2 overs in reply to Zimbabwe's 193-5.
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The arrival of Typhoon In-Fa in eastern China on Sunday saw matches in Group B of the Chinese Super League postponed as the region experiences high speed winds and heavy rain. Games in the Suzhou-based hub have been pushed back to an unspecified date, further compounding scheduling issues that have affected the Chinese Super League this year. Group leaders Shanghai Port had been due to face Tianjin Tigers, while bitter rivals Shanghai Shenhua and Beijing Guoan were also set to meet.
In a twist fitting for an M. Night Shyamalan thriller, “Old” is the No. 1 movie at the domestic box office with $16.5 million in ticket sales. Heading into the weekend, reigning champ “Space Jam: A New Legacy” and fellow newcomer “Snake Eyes” were projected to lead North American charts. Instead, “Space Jam 2” had […]
Anastasija Zolotic won the United States’ first gold medal in women’s taekwondo by beating Russian athlete Tatiana Minina 25-17 on Sunday to claim the featherweight division title. The Largo, Florida, native has been telling friends and family since early childhood that she would be an Olympic champion, and she needed only one trip to the Games to make it happen. “My 8-year-old self was running around the school yard saying I was going to be Olympic champion but she could never have imagined what this moment is like," Zolotic said.
Ten people were killed and 45 injured when a bus driving from Germany to Kosovo slipped off the road near the Croatian city of Slavonski Brod on Sunday, police said. The bus with Kosovo licence plates slipped off the road and overturned when the driver, a 52-year old Kosovo citizen, lost control of the vehicle at 6 a.m., police said. Kosovo ambassador to Germany told Croatia's Nova TV that the passengers had been mostly Kosovans working in Germany and going back home to spend summer holidays with their families.
Opener Soumya Sarkar top-scored with 68 as Bangladesh won a thrilling run chase to defeat Zimbabwe by five wickets and win a Twenty20 international series 2-1 in Harare on Sunday.
Rounding up the big stories from the second day of the Tokyo Olympics.
UNESCO added Madrid's historic Paseo del Prado boulevard and Retiro Park to its list of world heritage sites on Sunday. The tree-lined Paseo del Prado, in the centre of the Spanish capital, is home to the Prado museum, while Retiro Park, just off the Paseo del Prado, is one of the city's most visited attractions.
Mayu Ishikawa mirrored her elder brother Yuki's achievements on Sunday when she top scored in Japan's rout of Kenya but said her focus was on forging her own path at the Tokyo Olympics and not on emulating her sibling. Mayu scored 13 points in the straight sets win, a day after Yuki inspired Japan to their first victory at the Olympics in 29 years when he top-scored with 15 points in a win over Venezuela. Japan's Uta Abe and her brother Hifumi won gold medals in judo earlier on Sunday, making history as the first siblings to win gold medals on the same day, but Mayu said she is not looking that far ahead yet.
A storm chaser captured footage of lightning lighting up an overcast skyline in Arizona on July 22.This video, by Mike Olbinski, shows the lightning strikes. The footage was filmed northeast of Wilcox, he said. Credit: Mike Olbinski via Storyful
Deshaun Watson is still hoping to be traded from the Houston Texans.
Universal's "Old" has taken No. 1 on a quiet box office weekend, becoming the seventh film from director M. Night Shyamalan to take the top spot at the box office with a $16.5 million opening from 3,355 locations. The bad news is that a mix of tepid reception and the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant has made "Old" the lowest opening in Shyamalan's career, falling beneath the $18 million earned by "Lady in the Water" in 2006. The film received a C+ on CinemaScore and a 52% Rotten Tomatoes sco
Norway began their quest for a record-equalling third Olympic gold medal in women's handball with a 39-27 victory over Asian powerhouse South Korea on Sunday, while Brazil frustrated the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) in a 24-24 draw. Rio 2016 bronze medallists Norway dominated the opening half of their Group A clash - a rematch of the Barcelona 1992 final which the Koreans won for the second of their two gold medals - surging ahead 18-10 after hitting the post several times. The European champions raised their level after the break as the latest encounter between the two most decorated teams in the women's game threatened to turn into a thrashing, before South Korea staged a comeback only to fall short in the end.
Chief executive Jacek Olczak said that the plans were part of the company Philip Morris International's drive to phase out traditional cigarette smoking.
The Australia men's field hockey team has put on an offensive show to start the Olympics. The No. 1 team in the world rankings rolled past No. 4 India 7-1 on Sunday. The outburst came a day after the Kookaburras rallied from a 3-1 deficit to defeat Japan 5-3.
Tunisia's Ahmed Hafnaoui not only stunned swimming superpowers with his gold medal performance in the 400m freestyle - he didn't quite believe the result himself. Michael Phelps hailed Hafnaoui for his "unbelievable swim," saying the 18-year-old Tunisian's shock victory was a great example of how swimming at the Tokyo Games was likely to have a series of wide open races. "The difference between these Olympics and the past, in my opinion, is that every single person in the final has a chance of winning gold – it doesn't matter if you are in lane one, eight or four, everyone is close," said Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time.
Zimbabwe raced to their second highest T20 tally of 193-5 but Shamim powered Bangladesh over the line with four balls to spare with an unbeaten 31 off 15 balls as they scored 194-5 for a 2-1 series win. It completed a sweep of the one-off test and the three One Day International series between the two countries.