Holland, Richardson added to Aussie squad for South Africa Tests

first_imgSYDNEY, Australia (Reuters) – Left-arm spinner Jon Holland has been recalled to Australia’s Test squad for their tour of South Africa in March, while fast bowler Jhye Richardson has been named for the first time.With the exception of David Warner, captain Steve Smith’s entire Test squad will miss the triangular Twenty20 series against England and New Zealand next month in order to prepare for the tour, Cricket Australia said yesterday.Holland, the second spinner behind Nathan Lyon in the squad, and Richardson, who played two Twenty20 internationals and the first game of the ongoing one-day series against England, are the only two additions to the squad that took back the Ashes.The 30-year-old Holland played two Tests in Sri Lanka in 2016 but has not appeared for his country in any format since.“Jon was the second leading wicket-taker in the Sheffield Shield last season and has performed well in the games he has played for Victoria this season,” chairman of selectors Trevor Hohns said in a statement.”We envisage the wickets we will see in South Africa will not warrant the need to play two spinners.“Therefore, should Nathan not be able to play at any stage, we wanted to have the best specialist spinner available to us and based on current red ball form Jon warrants that spot.”Hohns said Smith could do with a break before the South Africa series.“Steve has had a very big summer and will benefit from a short break both physically and mentally, before he leaves for South Africa,” he added.”The South African series is a very important one and we have made no secret of our desire to improve our record away from home.“As such, we wanted to ensure the players had the best possible preparation and that means playing the tour match prior to the first Test.”The Test squad leaves for South Africa on February 15, with the tri-series being played from February 3-21.Warner will lead the Twenty20 side, which includes the uncapped fast bowler Ben Dwarshuis and batsman D‘Arcy Short.“David is a very capable leader and has captained in Steve’s absence before and done a fine job,” Hohns said.“We wanted to ensure the T20 side had key leadership throughout this series and we know the team is in good hands with him at the helm.”Twenty20 squad: David Warner (captain), Aaron Finch, Ashton Agar, Alex Carey, Ben Dwarshuis, Travis Head, Chris Lynn, Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, D‘Arcy Short, Billy Stanlake, Marcus Stoinis, Andrew Tye, Adam ZampaSquad for South African tour: Steve Smith (captain), David Warner, Cameron Bancroft, Jackson Bird, Pat Cummins, Peter Handscomb, Josh Hazlewood, Jon Holland, Usman Khawaja, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Marsh, Shaun Marsh, Tim Paine, Jhye Richardson, Mitchell StarcAustralia tour of South AfricaWarm-up match v SA Invitational XI, Sahara Park, Benoni, February 22-24First Test Kingsmead, Durban, March 1-5.Second Test St George’s Park, Port Elizabeth, March 9-13Third Test Newlands, Cape Town, March 22-26Fourth Test Wanderers, Johannesburg, March 30-April 3.last_img read more

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Man threatens to “shoot up” Florida Walmart a day after El Paso shooting

first_imgOne day after a gunman killed 22 people and injured several others at a Walmart in Texas, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that they arrested a 31-year-old man who reportedly had plans to shoot at customers shopping in a Florida Walmart Supercenter.The incident was reported on Sunday in Valrico.Authorities reported that Wayne Lee Padgett was arrested after he called the store and allegedly told employees that he planned to shoot up the store.Officials evacuated the store which had 1,000 people inside as investigators worked to trace the location of the phone call.Eventually authorities were able to locate Padgett at his home near Tampa.  Investigators reported that they did not find a gun in the home, however, he was taken into custody and charged with filing a false report to use a firearm in a threatening manner.As of Monday, Padgett was being held at the Hillsborough County jail on a $7,500 bond.last_img read more

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Hard-working Brown looking to deliver for Steelers

first_imgMOVING UP THE DEPTH CHART—Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown celebrates after making a touchdown catch against the Philadelphia Eagles during the first quarter of a NFL preseason football game on Aug. 18, in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Donald Wright) “Just trying to get in what I can get in,” he said. “It usually takes a while, so it keeps me out there.”Brown being among the last to leave the field has been one of the few constants of Steelers training camp—first at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa., and now back in Pittsburgh.A sixth-round pick last year, Brown scored a touchdown during his first preseason game and the first time he touched the ball in a regular-season game.Brown has been one of the standouts of his second NFL training camp. The ball has found him repeatedly at practice and during preseason games as he aims to make more of an impact for the defending AFC champions.“Antonio is working his tail off,” veteran wide receiver Hines Ward said. “You can see it. He’s putting it on tape, working hard. He’s still young and still got some things he needs to work on, but I love his progression and what he’s becoming. He’s going to be a great player in this league.”It’s only the preseason, but Brown leads the Steelers with five catches for 93 yards through two games. His lone reception in last Thursday’s 24-14 win over the Philadelphia Eagles went for a 29-yard touchdown when be beat All Pro cornerback Asante Samuel and was all alone.Brown took the ball on a reverse on the opening kickoff of Week 2 in Tennessee last season and ran 89 yards for a touchdown after being inactive for the season opener.Brown dressed for four of the first 11 games, managing only two receptions. But he had multiple catches in each of Pittsburgh’s final five regular-season games and had at least one in each of the team’s games during the run to the Super Bowl.The late-season charge has Brown inching up the Steelers’ depth chart and provided a springboard for the 23-year-old product from Central Michigan.“I’m just using all the building blocks I can to set myself up for the regular season,” Brown said. “All I’m doing is fine-tuning my game week in and week out and working on the little things so when these battles really count, I have already sharpened my sword for what I need to.“I’m just getting better, improving to gain the trust of my teammates, taking little notes—anything I can do so I can get better.”Brown has gotten more opportunities than expected this training camp. He’s spent the majority of it running with the first-team offense across from Mike Wallace due to minor injuries to Ward and Emmanuel Sanders and the fact that veteran Jerricho Cotchery didn’t sign until early last week.With Terrell Owens unsigned, Ward is the NFL’s active leader among wide receivers in receptions and yards receiving. Wallace had 1,257 yards receiving and led the AFC in yards per catch last season, Cotchery led the Jets in receiving, and Sanders is coming off a solid rookie season.“We’ve got a bunch of guys who all possess a lot of amazing things and some special talent,” Brown said. “And when you come into the Steelers locker room, there’s only one way to do things because everyone wants to make another run.”Led by Ward, who is in his 14th season, the Steelers’ wide receiver corps is a tight group for one so diverse in its skills, ages and backgrounds. Each player respects the work ethic of his teammates—but none has received more praise lately than Brown.“It comes down from Hines,” Wallace said, “and all of us have the same ethic.“But ‘AB,’ his is just at another level. You try to get there, but I don’t know if I can get to that … That guy, man, his work ethic is incredible. I really commend him on it.”On occasion, Brown will wear a UPS vest that his brother, Desmond, gave him. Desmond worked for the packaging company before heading to college, where he walked on as a receiver at the University of Pittsburgh. The school’s football offices are housed in the same building as the Steelers’.“I wear the UPS as motivation to let us know where we came from and the hard work we put it in and continue to put it in and continue to deliver,” Brown said. “I’ll always put the work in. My coach always told me, ‘You don’t want to have no regrets when game time comes. You want to know that you did everything to prepare yourself for all the moments.’“That’s my edge. That’s what made me get over and beyond where I should be, putting in the extra work and doing the things I need to do.” PITTSBURGH (AP)—The horn echoed off the hillsides of Pittsburgh’s South Side from the fields of the Steelers’ facility, signifying the end of a 2½-hour practice.More than 30 minutes later Sunday, wide receiver Antonio Brown finally emerged in the Steelers’ emptying locker room. Several veterans were showered, dressed and out the door, but Brown was still carrying his stained and sweat-filed pads.last_img read more

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Saints add firepower to future with commitment by Dallas Calvin

first_imgCalvin enjoyed his time with the Trail Smoke Eaters and hopes to continue on with academics and hockey as far as he can.“Selkirk College has had a great hockey team the past few years and I am excited to be part of the growing program,” he says.“It will hopefully be a good stepping stone for me in my academic and hockey career. I want to be an impact player every game, get stronger, and continue to improve so I can move onto a higher level once my career with Selkirk is over.”Calvin is the eleventh player who is committed to a collegiate hockey program to dawn a Smoke Eaters jersey for the 2014-2015, an impressive achievement for the organization.Smoke Eaters head coach coach Nick Deschenes says Calvin will make an impact at BCIHL level.“We want to congratulate Dallas Calvin on his recent commitment to Selkirk College,” says Deschenes.“He was a dominant player at the BCHL level and I believe that he will have a positive impact on and off the ice for the Saints. This is a great opportunity and our organization wishes him all the best in the future.”Calvin is the fifth Nitehawk to suit up for the Saints in the last three years following in the footsteps of former KIJHL champions Arie Postmus, Mason Spear, Ryan Edwards and Mike Vlanich.“I think it fantastic for these young men who grow up playing minor hockey, junior hockey, and now college hockey are able to reunite. Those are memories that will stay with them forever and I hope they have a lot of fun working towards academic success and BCIHL championships together,” says Evin.Calvin plans to enroll in the Business Program at Selkirk College where he can them transfer onto a university to complete his degree. On the eve of the first round of the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) playoffs, the Selkirk College Men’s Hockey program announced great news as former KIJHL and BCHL star Dallas Calvin has inked a playing commitment of to attend the Castlegar-based school in and compete 2015-2016.The six-foot-4, 220-pound Calvin recently completed his final junior hockey season with the Trail Smoke Eaters of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL).Combining an extreme amount of skill to go along with his big frame, the Trail native accumulated 16 goals and 29 assists in 32 games for the orange and black this season. For his efforts, he was named the Smoke Eater’s “Unsung Hero.”Prior to this season, Calvin suited up for the Vernon Vipers in 2013-2014 before returning to the Beaver Valley Nitehawks in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League where he led the team to its second championship in three seasons.During his four year career for the Nitehawks, he scored 122 goals and 151 assists in 165 career games and is the club’s all-time leader in points with 273.“It is important for us to continue to add players with championship experience to our hockey program,” says Saints head coach Alex Evin.“Dallas played a huge role in leading his team to the KIJHL, Cyclone Taylor Cup, and Keystone Cup under Terry Jones last season and we hope he can contribute to more championships at Selkirk College.”last_img read more

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ARROGATE WORKS STRONG SIX FURLONGS IN 1:12.29 IN PREPARATION FOR REMATCH WITH CALIFORNIA CHROME IN $12 MILLION PEGASUS WORLD CUP INVITATIONAL JAN. 28 AT GULFSTREAM PARK

first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 15, 2017)–With Bob Baffert in contact throughout via two-way radio, Martin Garcia guided reigning Breeders’ Cup Classic Champion Arrogate through a powerful six furlong work of 1:12.29 late Sunday morning at Santa Anita.  The 4-year-old grey colt by Unbridled’s Song will have one more local work before he’s scheduled to depart for Florida in what shapes up as an epic rematch with 2014 Horse of the Year California Chrome on Saturday, Jan. 28 in the inaugural $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational, to be run at 1 1/8 miles, at Gulfstream Park.With jockey Martin Garcia up, Arrogate followed stablemate Uninvited onto Santa Anita’s main track via the quarter mile chute at 11:45 a.m.  The pair proceeded to gallop down the stretch and with Uninvited roughly 10 lengths in front of Arrogate, they each rounded the Club House turn and broke off from the three quarter pole.From there, Arrogate settled into a steady rhythm under Garcia and overtook Uninvited a sixteenth of a mile from the wire, and with a national audience tuned in via Santa Anita’s simulcast network, displayed the long, effortless stride that enabled him to defeat California Chrome by a half-length in the Grade I, $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic here on Nov. 5.“It went well today, I could tell,” said Baffert, who watched the work from a private suite atop Santa Anita’s box seat area with his wife Jill, son, Bode and jockey Mike Smith.  “With every work, he’s progressing.  He’s getting closer.  We’re starting to lean on him…Martin said he was picking it up late.“It didn’t seem like he was going that fast but he was clicking right along.  I couldn’t be happier with the way we’re coming into this.  He’s right on schedule.  We just need to keep him healthy.  When you work on a muddy track (it was actually labeled “fast”), you’re always worried about their feet or something like that but…he travels really well over it.  He really likes anything.  Today, what I saw…I was really impressed…“I want to put a little breeze into him next Sunday.  Probably not as strong as this.  I’m still watching the Weather Channel and all is see is rain, rain, rain, but I’m lucky enough that we’re getting these works in here.”Santa Anita Timer Dane Nelson had Arrogate through complete splits of 23.86, 48.11, 1:00.40, 1:12.29, 1:24.82 and galloping out a flat mile in 1:37.97.With rain in the local forecast on Thursday and Friday, Arrogate is tentatively scheduled to have his final Pegasus work here next Sunday and is scheduled to be flown to Florida early Tuesday, Jan. 24.A record setting winner of the Grade I Travers Stakes in only his fifth career start on Aug. 27, Arrogate was then trained up to his Breeders’ Cup Classic win by Baffert, who is taking the same approach leading into the world’s richest race.  Owned by Juddmonte Farms, he has five wins from six starts and has earnings of $4,084,600.He’ be ridden at Gulfstream by Mike Smith, who has been aboard for his last two victories. WITH GARCIA UP, HE GOES OUT SEVEN FURLONGS IN 1:24.82 AND IS TIMED IN 1:37.97 FOR ONE MILElast_img read more

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Former Raiders executive: Here’s how we dealt with Hunt/Foster situations

first_imgFormer Raiders CEO Amy Trask dropped by the CBS set of The NFL Today on Sunday morning to discuss the Kareem Hunt situation.Hunt, for those of you who reside off the grid, is a wondrous ball carrier who was employed by the Kansas City Chiefs until this week when a video surfaced showing him allegedly committing domestic violence against a woman. The Chiefs, who reportedly were aware of the incident shortly after it occurred last winter, summarily released Hunt after the video drop.To say that …last_img read more

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FIR not lodged days after death in custody over power bill

first_imgIt has been six days since Brijpal Maurya fell in the revenue jail of Sahaswan in Budaun district and subsequently died during treatment, but an FIR is yet to be lodged against officials responsible for his ill-treatment during custody, alleged his brother Mahesh Maurya. The police confirmed that an FIR had not been lodged but a magisterial inquiry was under way.‘Mistaken identity’In his complaint to the police, Mr. Mahesh said his 40-year-old brother, who worked as a distributor of Ayurvedic medicines, was picked up by revenue officials on September 23 from his village Zarifnagar Durgpur for non-payment of a power bill of ₹81,497 against his shop. He told The Hindu over the phone that the shop didn’t belong to his brother and it was a case of ‘mistaken identity’.“Even if he was in the wrong, he was not supposed to be kept in custody for 11 days and ill-treated. He was dragged by the revenue officials to the police vehicle like a hardened criminal. When he told us he was not feeling well in custody, we pleaded to the district officials and local MP Sanghamitra Maurya but nobody came forward to help us. We were not told when he was being taken to the hospital; we were informed after he passed away,” he claimed.He also underlined that a video of his brother surfaced after his death, in which he explained how he was being framed.“The administration is creating pressure on us to arrive at a compromise,” said Mr. Mahesh, adding that the family would approach the judiciary if they didn’t get a “just” response from the local administration.Ashok Kumar Tripathi, SSP, Budaun, confirmed that an FIR has not been registered but reminded that a magisterial inquiry has been ordered by the District Magistrate. “The post-mortem report says that the cause of death could not be ascertained,” said Mr. Tripathi.Political gain Political parties have jumped into the fray. The Congress and Samajwadi Party have linked the case to the increase in electricity tariff in the State. Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra tweeted in support of Brijpal Maurya and former Samajwadi Party MP from Budaun, Dharmendra Yadav visited the deceased’s family. “We are demanding adequate compensation for the family and if the FIR is not registered, we will sit on an indefinite fast from Wednesday,” said Shafi Ahmed, president, Youth Congress, Budaun.last_img read more

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Adamson shocks La Salle in 4 sets

first_imgMary Joy Baron led La Salle with 13 points while Cheng added 10. Google honors food scientist, banana ketchup inventor and war hero Maria Orosa The Lady Falcons snapped their two-game skid and improved to 3-3 and take possession of the fifth seed while the Lady Spikers slipped to 4-2.Former Lady Spiker Eli Soyud proved to be the thorn on the side of La Salle when she capped off Adamson’s 12-5 run in the fourth with two straight kills that gave the Lady Falcons a 17-10 lead.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutMary Joy Dacoron put Adamson at match point, 24-19, when she broke through the double block of Desiree Cheng and Aduke Ogunsanya.Then, captain Jema Galanza, who ended La Salle for the Lady Falcons’ final point. Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games PLAY LIST 00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Read Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Families in US enclave in north Mexico hold sad Thanksgiving LOOK: Iya Villania meets ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ cast in Mexico Pussycat Dolls set for reunion tour after 10-year hiatus Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC FEU didn’t play its best in four-set win over UE, says coach John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding MOST READ Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Adamson head coach Air Padda admitted she experienced difficulty in handling the team after their two straight losses, saying that the players lost their focus after their loss to University of Santo Tomas.The win over La Salle, Padda said, was the biggest sigh of relief for her after their struggles the past week.“We haven’t been focused, it’s hard coaching them this week, and for them to come out here, man, today I’m really proud of them,” said Padda. “The only goal I set for them was to make the school proud, it wasn’t even beating La Salle.”“It’s not about the name on your back, it’s about this, the name on the front.”Soyud finished with 18 points to lead Adamson while Mylene Paat and Dacoron had 15 points apiece with Galanza pitching in 10 of her own.ADVERTISEMENT Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netAdamson University pulled off the biggest upset of the season so far after toppling defending champion De La Salle, 25-18, 15-25, 25-19, 25-22, in the UAAP Season 80 women’s volleyball tournament at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.ADVERTISEMENT AFP official booed out of forum LATEST STORIES View commentslast_img read more

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Zimbabwe push Australia down under with three-wicket shock ODI win

first_imgZimbabwe registered their first ODI win against Australia in 31 yearsZimbabwe beat Australia for the first time in 31 years on Sunday as captain Elton Chigumbura’s 52 not out led his team to a famous three-wicket win in the ODI triangular series.Chigumbura carried the tournament host to 211-7, overhauling Australia’s below-par 209-9 on a tough batting strip at Harare Sports Club.Opposite number Michael Clarke also made an unbeaten half-century for Australia on his return from injury, but then re-injured his hamstring in only his country’s second loss ever to the southern African team and said he would leave the tournament to return home for treatment.It was Zimbabwe’s first win over the Australians since they met in ODIs for the first time at the 1983 World Cup. Chigumbura had valuable help from Prosper Utseya, who was 30 not out in a match-winning half-century partnership at the end.”I had to be there until the end,” Chigumbura said. “The most important thing was to stay calm. The guys worked very hard for this and the supporters were behind us throughout.”The tense victory – sealed with two overs to spare but after Zimbabwe was struggling at 156-7 – sparked rare celebrations and a lap of honor for a team that recently lost two ODIs in a row to draw a series with lowly Afghanistan and had been beaten in its previous seven one-dayers at home.Utseya, whose 30 came off just 28 balls to help carry Zimbabwe home, sealed the win by launching a six over mid-wicket and into the delighted home crowd. The victory keeps alive Zimbabwean hopes of making Saturday’s final of the three-team tournament. Australia, which has lost its last two games, plays South Africa on Tuesday. Australia started the triangular series as the top-ranked team in ODIs but had slipped down to fourth after Sunday’s surprise loss.advertisementAustralia were restricted to a paltry total of 209 runs by ZimbabweZimbabwe’s long-awaited success was built on its earlier spin bowling effort as the Australian batsmen struggled on a slow, turning pitch to only just get past 200, with only Clarke looking completely settled with his 68 not out.”Definitely not enough runs,” Clarke said, “but credit to Zimbabwe, they bowled well and batted well. We lost the match during our innings, and Zimbabwe showed us how to play spin.”Clarke hit his half-century in his first international in six months and after passing a fitness test to play, but retired hurt in the 43rd over just as Australia appeared to be slowly recovering from a poor start.The Aussies had been 97-5 after Zimbabwe’s spinners struck early and quickly, but Clarke built a 50-run stand with Brad Haddin (49) before he made the decision to limp off and limit any damage to his hamstring. He returned briefly for the last over.Haddin was supported by Ben Cutting (26) down the order but the Australians ultimately didn’t make enough runs and offspinner Nathan Lyon’s career-best 4-44 couldn’t save them.last_img read more

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World Cup 1992: Imran Khan inspires Pakistan to World Cup glory

first_imgThe fifth edition of the World Cup in 1992 was a tournament of several firsts. It was the first time the World Cup was held in the Southern Hemisphere as Trans-Tasmanic rivals Australia and New Zealand shared hosting duties. The 1992 World Cup was also the first to feature coloured clothing, white balls and black sight-screens with several matches played under floodlights. Furthermore, the International Cricket Council (ICC) opted to go for an entirely round-robin format for the first time in World Cups.South Africa’s inclusion into the ICC after the apartheid period late in 1992 meant that nine teams took part in 36 round-robin matches before the knockout stage. New Zealand got the tournament underway with a 37-run win over Australia in Auckland and the Kiwis just went from strength to strength as the tournament progressed. The Black Caps went on to win their next six games, which included snapping England’s 17-match unbeaten streak in all forms of the game. They were one of the first sides to secure a semi-final berth and were favourites to become champions at one stage.New Zealand’s World Cup dream, however, ended in the semis against an Imran Khan-led Pakistan. After seeing their seven-match winning streak end against Pakistan just before they squared off again in the semis, the Kiwis bowed out of the competition. Pakistan had begun the tournament with a loss to a Brian Lara-inspired West Indies team. They won their next match against New Zealand and were rescued by rain in their next game with England on 24 for 1 from 8 overs while chasing a meagre 75.advertisementThings would head further south for Pakistan before getting better courtesy of a loss against India in what was the first meeting between the two rivals in World Cup history. The loss may have started an unwanted record that’s seen India remain unbeaten against their arch-rivals in World Cup matches till date, but that’s not how Pakistan will remember the 1992 Cup. Much to the contrary, they will recall how Pakistan rallied following yet another defeat their last of the tournament against South Africa.Instead of losing hope, Pakistan turned the tide in their favour and got momentum on their side with wins over Australia, Sri Lanka as well as back-to-back victories over New Zealand to storm into the final. Their opponent in the final were the English, who were in good form for most of the tournament. England also rode their luck a bit at the expense of South Africa, who exited the World Cup in heartbreaking fashion in the semis.Having earlier been deprived of a win against Pakistan due to rain, the weather gods worked in England’s favour in the semi-final. Chasing a target of 253, the Proteas were going along well and needed 22 runs from 13 balls before rain arrived. Once play resumed though South Africa required an unattainable 22 from 1 ball to leave them in tears and send England through to the final.After winning the toss and opting to bat first, Pakistan scored 249 in the final and defended it successfully thanks to some quality bowling. They won by 22 runs and put the anguish of three semi-final exits from the previous editions behind him. Victory was sweet, particularly for Imran and Javed Miandad, who were the sole survivors from the first World Cup in 1975. The legendary Pakistani duo played their part in the final by adding 139 for the third wicket.Also Read | World Cup 1987: Underdogs Australia lift the World Cup in the subcontinentAlso Read | World Cup 1979: West Indies continue their dominance with consecutive World Cup triumphsAlso Read | World Cup 1983: India pull off a huge upset to end West Indies’ dominanceAlso Read | World Cup 2011: India end Australia’s dominance, crowned champions at homeAlso Seelast_img read more

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