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WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's fightback from a demoralising second test defeat to clinch the third match, and first away series victory over Pakistan in almost 50 years, will help the team progress, captain Kane Williamson has said.
SOUTHAMPTON, England (Reuters) - Southampton’s floundering footballers have been put on alert by new manager Ralph Hasenhuettl, who has hinted a number of the squad will likely be shown the door in January.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Stockholm and an Italian two-city bid made presentations to host the 2026 Winter Games on Wednesday with both embracing the IOC's 'The New Norm' programme which is aimed at making it cheaper and easier to stage the Olympics.
(Reuters) - A record-equalling 14-wicket test haul from Yasir Shah gave Pakistan an innings and 16 run defeat over New Zealand in Dubai on Tuesday to level their three-match series.
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Pirelli has signed a new four-year deal to remain Formula One's sole tyre supplier until the end of the 2023 season, the sport announced in a statement on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Alexander Zverev has proven himself as the best of tennis' new generation of men's players following his maiden ATP Finals triumph where he beat Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic in consecutive days, German great Boris Becker has said.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland laid down a massive marker ahead of next year's World Cup by beating holders New Zealand for just the second time with a compelling 16-9 victory in a clash of the world's top two teams on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Men's Tour chief Chris Kermode rejected suggestions of an ATP "land grab" when launching a new $15 million (£11.7 million) team tennis competition to start in Australia in January, 2020.
LONDON (Reuters) - A try for Damian McKenzie and the kicking of Beauden Barrett, featuring his first-ever test drop goal, enabled New Zealand to fight back from 15-0 down to beat England 16-15 on Saturday as their first clash for four years fully lived up to its billing.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia captain Aaron Finch said relieving pace spearhead Mitchell Starc of new ball duties in the opening one-day international against South Africa was an attempt to snap his team's horror run of losses, albeit one that had backfired.