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BIRMINGHAM (Reuters) - England captain Joe Root took Virat Kohli's "mic drop" gesture in good spirit and said the India skipper's mocking imitation of him had added to the spectacle of test cricket.
(Reuters) - Australia spinner Nathan Lyon has spoken out against the International Cricket Council's (ICC) decision to broadcast sound from the stump microphone at all times and the introduction of audible obscenities as a new offence.
ASH (England): Unheralded Michael Lorenzo-Vera grabbed a share of the lead as three French musketeers stole the show in the European Open second round on Friday.
SYDNEY: Australian batsman David Warner has admitted he is devastated by the idea that his off-field behaviour may have played a part in the sacking of national coach Mickey Arthur.
MORE than 2,000 runners tackled the Bagan Dalam Power Run which was flagged off in Jalan Kampung Jawa, Butterworth in Penang.
Malaysia began their quest for the SEA Games men's football gold on a flying note, crushing Cambodia 8-1 in Group B at the Thong Nhat Stadium yesterday.
(Reuters) - Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed has apologised for a controversial on-field taunt during Tuesday's second one-day international against South Africa in Durban.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - If having his Australian Open title defence ended early was not painful enough for Roger Federer on Sunday, there was the additional sting of being beaten by a tyro with plenty of similarities to his younger, fearless self.
LONDON (Reuters) - Australia will not stay silent during their one-day series in England, the first tour since the ball-tampering scandal that rocked world cricket, captain Tim Paine said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - If Olympic silver medallist Sandi Morris steps up to the microphone and belts out a few tunes at her local club, don't be surprised.