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In Pakistan Super League at Sharjah , Peshawar Zalmi will take on Quetta Gladiator at 04: 30 p.m while match between Islamabad United and Karachi Kings is scheduled at 9:00 p.m tonight.

Pakistan Super League: Lahore Qalandars beat Karachi Kings by Seven Runs

Lahore Qalandars beat Karachi Kings by seven runs in Sharjah. Chasing 180 to open their account in the tournament, Karachi lost openers Chris Gayle (5) and Babar Azam (9) early. However, 101-run third-wicket partnership between Kumar Sangakara and Shoaib Malik kept them in the game. For Lahore, pacers Sohail Tanvir, Mohammad Irfan and off-spinner Sunil Narine claimed two wickets each.

Lahm backs Bayern's struggling Mueller in Berlin

After thrashing Arsenal in mid-week, leaders Bayern Munich return to Bundesliga business at Hertha Berlin with Captain Philipp Lahm backing Thomas Mueller to return to form. Bayern head to the capital with a seven-point lead in Germany's top flight and one foot in the Champions League's quarter-finals after hammering Arsenal 5-1 in  last 16, first-leg. Carlo Ancelotti opted for Thiago Alcantara instead of Mueller to run Bayern's attack against the Gunners. The attacking midfielder scored two goals in a display his coach hailed as 'perfect'.

Basilashvili stuns top seed Karlovic at ATP Memphis

Georgia's Nikoloz Basilashvili upset Croatian top seed Ivo Karlovic 7-6 (7/2), 6-3, to reach the quarter-finals of the ATP Memphis Open. A week shy of his 25th birthday, the world number 67 won all 37 of his first-serve points and took only 69 minutes to dispatch hard-serving 37-year-old Karlovic, ranked 20th. Basilashvili, seeking his first ATP crown, advanced to the last eight at the indoor hard court event, where he will meet Australian qualifier Matthew Ebden, who downed US teen Taylor Fritz.

Saunders takes two-shot lead at PGA Riviera

Sam Saunders, grandson of golf great Arnold Palmer, got off to a strong start at Riviera Country Club where he's in search of a first US PGA Tour title. Saunders fired seven birdies in a seven-under-par 64 to seize a two-stroke lead over US Open champion Dustin Johnson and four other players in a round delayed by fog and halted by darkness. World number three Johnson, who has a chance to topple Australian Jason Day from the top of the rankings with a win this week, had six birdies and a bogey in his 66. Day was among 48 players still on the course when darkness fell and was even through 16 after four birdies and four bogeys.

 

Host: Rahat Khan

Co-host: Muhammad Nauman Khan


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