Sports Round Up
President,PM congratulate Pakistani cricket team, nation on historic test series' win against West Indies
President Mamnoon Hussain has felicitated national cricket team for winning test series against West Indies. In a message, he appreciated the team players and management for their efforts which resulted into a remarkable win for the country. The Prime Minister also praised legendary cricket players Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan for their contributions and invaluable services for the national cricket team.
Pakistan Tennis team qualify for final of Islamic Games
The Pakistan Tennis team has qualified for the final of the Fourth Islamic Games being held in Baku, Azerbaijan, says a message received here on Sunday. The Islamic Solidarity Games are being held from May 12-22 under the auspices of the Islamic Solidarity Sports Federation (ISSF). Pakistan Tennis team, consisting of Aqeel Khan, Muhammad Abid and Muzammil Murtaza, had won all the matches in Group `B’.
Nadal Clinch Madrid Masters Tennis Title
Spanish star Rafael Nadal clinch the fifth title of Madrid Masters Tennis tournament.
Rafael Nadal's flawless record on clay this season continued as he outgunned the impressive Dominic Thiem 7-5 and 6-4 to win the Madrid Masters. The Spaniard is now 15-nil on his favored surface this year having also picked up his 10th titles in Monte Carlo and Barcelona in recent weeks.
Rugby-Paris Sevens: South Africa beat Scotland & clinch series title
Scotland Sevens were beaten 15-5 by South Africa in the final of the Paris leg, as the Blitzbokke clinched the World Series title. Calum MacRae's team went down to tries from Werner Kok, Dylan Sage and Captain Philip Snyman at Stade Jean Bouin. The Scots had beaten South Africa in their opening fixture, going on to top Pool A with wins over Japan and Canada.
Football: White Hart Lane: Tottenham players past and present say an emotional farewell to stadium
Harry Kane says it was 'brilliant' to score Tottenham's match-winning goal against Manchester United in their final game at White Hart Lane. Spurs said an emotional farewell to their home of the past 118 years with a 2-1 win over United on Sunday. They plan to have their new 61,000-seater stadium, built on the same site, ready for the 2018-19 campaign.
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