New Zealand crush Pakistan to take ODI series PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN|Napier| Feb 3, 2015| New Zealand flayed Pakistan's attack on the way to a crushing 119-run win during the second one-day international in Napier on Tuesday. The win means the Black Caps take the series 2-0 and maintain momentum ahead of this month's World Cup, while Pakistan look in disarray after two poor displays. The New Zealanders ran riot after winning the toss and electing to bat,

Vijay Kumar shows his class once again PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN|Thiruvanathapuram| Feb 3, 2015 |The adage that form is temporary but class is permanent was reiterated when the seasoned Vijay Kumar won the 25m centre fire pistol event in the shooting competitions of the 35th National Games on Tuesday. The Army shooter, a silver medallist at 2012 London in rapid pistol and who had suffered loss of form last year, looked set to have his fortunes on the upswing once again as he struck gold on Tuesday afternoon with a total of 583 points through the two rounds of competition  precision and duel. Vijay had a score of 291 in precision

England beat India by nine wickets PDF Print E-mail

The next match will be played between Australia and England on Friday at Hobart/JPNN/Brisbane/Jan alt20, 2015/England defeated India by nine wickets to win the third One-Day International (ODI) of the tri-series, also involving Australia, at the Gabba Tuesday. Electing to bat, India were bowled out for a paltry 153 in 39.3 overs with all-rounder Stuart Binny top scoring with 44. Pacer Steven Finn picked up his career-best figures of 5/33, his first five-wicket haul, from eight overs while James Anderson finished with figures of 4/18. In reply,

Misbah: All matches important, but desire is to beat India PDF Print E-mail

altaltJPNN/Lahore/ Jan 20, 2015/ Pakistan captain Misbah-ul Haq said on Tuesday that all the matches were important in the World Cup, but "the desire is to beat India. “The skipper made the comments as the Pakistan cricket team left on a World Cup mission with their first destination New Zealand where they play two one-day internationals before taking part in the mega event. Misbah said all matches are important but his team will do its best to break the jinx against India whom Pakistan have never beaten in any of their five previous World Cup matches. “All matches are important but the desire is to beat India and we want to play it with full heart and passion and break that trend,” said Misbah.  He said that the Pakistan team will do its best to win the World Cup. “We will do our best,” said Misbah at the send-off ceremony at the national cricket academy.“We should not think of results, win or lose: the focus should be to play at our best." Manager Naveed Cheema also said the team will do its best to win the Cup.“This team is a blend of youth and experience and has prepared well for the event and are going with high spirits and will to win,” said Cheema.

Ronaldo wins FIFA Ballon d'Or award for 2014 PDF Print E-mail

altPortuguese star striker earns the title of world's best football player for a third time|JPNN|Jan 12, 2015| For the third time, Cristiano Ronaldo was voted the world's best football player. He hopes it also brought him closer to being remembered as one of the greatest of all time. Ronaldo won the FIFA Ballon d'Or in a rout on Monday, racking up more than twice the votes of Lionel Messi, who edged German goalkeeper Manuel Neuer into third. The Real Madrid and Portugal forward's latest hat trick tied him with Zinedine Zidane and Ronaldo of Brazil on three FIFA awards. The original Ballon d'Or presented by France Football magazine was won by European standouts Johan Cruyff, Michel Platini and Marco van Basten three times each. Only Messi's four FIFA awards is ahead of the 29-year-old Ronaldo, whose Madrid team again seems better placed for trophies in 2015 than his rival's Barcelona.

Ajmal to be reassessed in Chennai on January 24th PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN|Karachi| January 13, 2015|Suspended Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal’s modified bowling action will be put to an official ICC test in Chennai on January 24. Ajmal had stated that he would prefer to be tested in Brisbane and he didn’t want to go to Chennai. But the bowler, who would be missing the World Cup because of the suspension for illegal action, now says he has no issues with Chennai. “The PCB has informed me I will take the test in Chennai as per instructions of the ICC and I have no issues going to India,” he said. Ajmal Tuesday, who was suspended from bowling in international cricket last September, also made it clear that the PCB had given him no indication that he could be pushed into the World Cup squad at the last minute if he cleared the official test.

Messi on a roll, yet again scores for Argentina PDF Print E-mail
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altJPNN|Porto Alegre|June 25, 6 2014| Lionel Messi scored twice to inspire Argentina to a thrilling 3-2 win over Nigeria on Wednesday which clinched top spot in World Cup Group F and sent home an army of Sky Blue supporters with smiles on their faces. The few Nigerian fans in the crowd also left happy because their team advanced to the knockout phase thanks to Bosnia's 3-1 win over Iran. The group finished with Argentina on nine points, Nigeria on four, Bosnia on three and Iran on one. The match at Beira Rio stadium was as close as Argentine will come to a home game at this World Cup as an

Suarez bites Italy’s Giorgio, ‘World Cup ban hovers over him’ PDF Print E-mail
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altJPNN|Rio de Janeiro | Jun 25, 2014|Football disciplinary chiefs gathered evidence against Luis Suarez on Wednesday as calls mounted for the Uruguay star to be kicked out of the World Cup after his latest biting storm. The Liverpool striker shocked the footballing world when he sank his teeth into Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini during Uruguay's 1-0 victory over the Azzurri on Tuesday. Suarez, banned twice before for biting opposing players, could be expelled from the tournament if found guilty. Suarez and Uruguayan officials have until 5:00pm (2000 GMT) to submit evidence to a disciplinary panel set up by football's governing body FIFA. "The disciplinary committee is working to get a decision as early as possible," FIFA spokeswoman Delia Fischer said when asked if a decision would likely be made before Uruguay's last 16 match against Colombia on Saturday. Fischer would not speculate on the possible terms of any punishment, although she confirmed Suarez's prevoius offences could be taken into account. "The disciplinary committee

Bravo, Sammy on fire as West Indies pile up 166 against Pak PDF Print E-mail
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altJPNN|Mirpur| April 1, 2014 |Late batting blitzes by Dwayne Bravo and captain Darren Sammy lifted the West Indies to 166—6 against Pakistan in their crucial World Twenty20 match on Tuesday. Bravo struck 46 off 26 balls and Sammy 42 not out off 20 to provide a psychological advantage for the defending champions. Bravo’s burst included two sixes and a four off Umar Gul, who went for 21, runs in the 18th over. Bravo and Sammy also took 24 off

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