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Pakistan beat West Indies by fifty-nine runs in the second One Day International at Sharjah on Sunday night, winning the three match series. Bating first, Pakistan set a victory target of 338 in the stipulated fifty overs for the loss of five wickets. In reply, West Indies could score 278 for the loss of seven wickets. Pakistan's Babar Azam, who scored 123 runs, was declared player of the match. The third and last match of the series will be played on Wednesday at Abu Dhabi.

IMAD AND NAWAZ BETTER THAN YASIR IN ODIS: PCB

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Monday said all-rounders Imad Wasim and Muhammad Nawaz are more effective in One Day Internationals (ODIs) than off-spinner Yasir Shah. PCB Chief Operating Officer Subhan Ahmed said this while briefing to Senate Standing Committee on Inter Provincial Coordination Chairman Senator Mushahid Ullah Khanat the Parliament house today. He said Yasir has been much effective in Tests than ODIs.

Durham relegated to Division Two after financial issues as Hampshire are reinstated

Durham have been relegated from Division One in the County Championship over financial issues, with Hampshire being reinstated. The North East county have also lost the right to stage Test cricket at their Riverside ground. Durham have accepted a £3.8m financial aid package, which has been approved by the England and Wales Cricket Board and accepted by the county's board. They will start next season in Division Two with a 48-point deduction.

Pakistan's Inam Butt Wins Gold In Wrestling Event

Pakistani Wrestler Mohmmad Inam Butt has clinched Gold medal at the fifth Asian Beach games being held in Vietnam. Inam Butt defeated Iranian Wrestler Syed Muhmmad in the 90-kg category. With this Win, Pakistan's Medal tally at the games has risen to 10.

Davies Takes Superbikes Race 1 At Magny-Cours

Ducati's Chaz Davies won race 1 of the world Superbikes in Magny-Cours, France. The British Rider finished nine seconds ahead Honda's Michael van Der Mark in second while Kawasaki racing team's tom Sykes took third. Sykes' third place finish means that with five races remaining he has cut his Kawasaki team mate Jonathan Rea's lead down to 44 points.

Host: Kashif Majeed

Co-hosts: Changaiz Khan Jadoon & Zulfiqar Baig


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