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2nd Test: Pakistan scores 76 for 5 at Stumps on second day
On the second day of second cricket Test against New Zealand at Hamilton, Pakistan made 76 for 5 at stump.Earlier, New Zealand in their first innings was all out for 271.
South Africa tour of Australia, 3rd Test: Australia v South Africa at Adelaide, Nov 24-28, 2016
South Africa 259/9d & 194/6 (69.0 ov). Australia 383. South Africa lead by 70 runs with 4 wickets remaining.
Davis Cup Final, Croatia v Argentina: Marin Cilic & Juan Martin del Potro win on day one
Juan Martin del Potro beat Ivo Karlovic in four sets to bring Argentina level with Croatia in the Davis Cup final at the Zagreb Arena. Del Potro came through 6-4 6-7 (6-8) 6-3 7-5 to leave the best-of-five tie locked at 1-1 after day one. Marin Cilic had earlier given Croatia the lead with a thrilling 6-3 7-5 3-6 1-6 6-2 win over Federico Delbonis. Croatia's Ivan Dodig and Frank Skugor will take on Argentina's Leonardo Mayer and Guido Pella in Saturday's doubles.
Football: Mourinho warns Martial over Man United place
French forward Anthony Martial risks slipping from the first-team picture at Manchester United if he does not start making more of his opportunities, manager Jose Mourinho has warned. Martial, 20, impressed in his first United season after his move from. Monaco for an initial fee of 36 million pounds ($44.9 million, 42.4 million euros), scoring 17 goals to finish as the club’s top scorer. But he has scored only twice this season, has been in and out of the starting XI and was left out of the match-day squad entirely for Thursday’s 4-0 Europa League win over Feyenoord.
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. Ireland's Shane Lowry and Graeme McDowell birdied four of their last eight holes to score five under for Ireland, three shots clear of Wood and Sullivan.
Host: Chengaiz Khan