Pakistan seal maiden Test series win in West Indies

Third Test, Dominica (day five) Pakistan 376 & 174-8 dec: Yasir 38 not out, Younus 35, Joseph 3-53 West Indies 247 & 202: Chase 101 not out, Yasir 5-92 Pakistan won by 101 runs Scorecard Pakistan secured their first Test series victory in the West Indies with a 101-run win in Roseau, Dominica. With the…

Liverpool score four at West Ham to move third

Liverpool beat West Ham at London Stadium to move back into third place as striker Daniel Sturridge scored his first goal since January. Philippe Coutinho’s sublime pass on the half-hour mark cut open the Hammers defence and picked out an unmarked Sturridge who went around goalkeeper Adrian before slotting home. The Brazilian then scored two…

Younus Khan & Misbah-ul-Haq bow out of Test cricket as Pakistan face West Indies

Third Test, Dominica, day four: Pakistan 376 & 174-8 dec: Yasir 38 not out, Younus 35, Joseph 3-53 West Indies 247 (Chase 69, Abbas 5-46, Yasir 3-126) & 7-1 Pakistan lead by 296 runs Scorecard Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq and legendary batsman Younus Khan were honoured by team-mates and opponents as they played their final Test…

Chelsea clinch title thanks to win at West Brom

Media playback is not supported on this device Chelsea were crowned Premier League champions as Michy Batshuayi’s late goal gave them the victory they required to secure the title at West Brom. It looked as though Antonio Conte’s side might be forced to delay their celebrations as they were frustrated for long periods by the…

Several men arrested as Newcastle & West Ham raided in tax fraud investigation

Newcastle United and West Ham United’s grounds have been raided in a fraud investigation. It is understood Newcastle’s managing director Lee Charnley was among “several men within professional football” who were arrested. HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) said it had deployed 180 officers across the UK and France. The BBC understands the suspected income tax…

West Brom inflict fourth loss in five league games on Arsenal

Arsenal suffered a fourth defeat in five league games as Craig Dawson’s double helped West Brom inflict a major blow to the Gunners’ hopes of a top-four finish. Dawson capitalised on some awful defending from the Gunners to head both of his goals from corners – the first to give the Baggies the lead, the…