On the second day of second cricket Test against New Zealand at Hamilton, Pakistan made 76 for 5 at stump today. Earlier, New Zealand in their first innings were all out for 271. Neil Wagner also bagged two wickets as Pakistan collapsed to 76 for five at stumps on day two, still 195 runs behind New Zealand's first innings total of 271. Babar Azam was not out 34 at the close of play at Seddon Park with Sarfraz Ahmed unbeaten on nine.

World Cup of Golf: Denmark take four-shot World Cup lead as England fade

Soren Kjeldsen and Thorbjorn Olesen are on course to claim a first World Cup of Golf title for Denmark after taking a four-shot lead in Melbourne. The Danes shot a two-under-par 70 in Saturday's foursomes to go 14 under, heading into Sunday's final fourballs. Americans Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker are second on 10 under.

Adam Hall and Peter Mills reach Scottish Open semi-finals

Britain's Adam Hall and Peter Mills have reached the semi-finals of the Scottish Open Grand Prix in Glasgow. Scotsman Hall and English partner Mills, the 2010 winner, beat Englishman Oliver Leydon-Davis and Denmark's Lasse Moelhede 21-17 21-18. The latter were off the back of winning last week's Norwegian International. But Scottish number one Kieran Merrilees lost to Mark Caljouw in the last 16 of the singles, the Dutchman winning the deciding game 21-16.

Bayern Munich announce record turnout

German champions Bayern Munich announced record turnover for the 2015-16 financial year of €627 million, up by more than €100 million on the previous year. Bayern’s pre-tax profits also increased by around 30 percent, from €23.8 million in 2014-15 to €33 million.

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