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(Reuters) - Sri Lanka have been let down by their batting line-up at the Cricket World Cup and must perform together as a unit if they are to have a shot at qualifying for the semi-finals, their skipper Dimuth Karunaratne said on Sunday.
LYON, France (Reuters) - It was no surprise that Phil Neville had made great strides with England's women's team since taking over as coach given his past achievements in football, United States manager Jill Ellis said ahead of the two sides' World Cup semi-final clash on Tuesday.
SPIELBERG, Austria (Reuters) - Red Bull's Max Verstappen won the Austrian Grand Prix, and ended Formula One champions Mercedes's streak of success, after beating Ferrari's Charles Leclerc in a wheel-banging battle of the 21-year-olds on Sunday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Dutch socialist Frans Timmermans has emerged as the favourite to be named the EU's next chief executive, diplomats and officials said on Sunday ahead of a summit in Brussels, but faces resistance from eastern European countries.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Influential midfielder Idrissa Gana Gueye will return from injury for Senegal when they take on Kenya on Monday in their last group game at the Africa Cup of Nations but they have been hit with more injury blows, coach Aliou Cisse said on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Spaniard Maverick Vinales won the Dutch TT at Assen on Sunday for Yamaha's first win of the year while Honda's world champion Marc Marquez settled for second to extend his MotoGP lead to 44 points.
BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - A spirited England ended India's unbeaten run in the Cricket World Cup with a 31-run victory in a high-scoring group match to boost their semi-final prospects on Sunday.
ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) - If Clarence Seedorf was not already aware of the high expectations surrounding his Cameroon team before the Africa Cup of Nations, he certainly will be following their first two matches.
(Reuters) - Wimbledon is Roger Federer's best chance to win another Grand Slam but, at 37, the Swiss maestro is no longer an outright favourite to prevail in multiple five-set contests over two weeks, seven-times Grand Slam champion Mats Wilander said.