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    Pakistan has it easy
    MULTAN, SEPT. 30.Abdul Razzaq and Shahid Afridi produced brilliant all-round performances on Thursday to earn Pakistan an easy 144-run win over Zimbabwe in the opening limited-overs international. Razzaq struck an unbeaten 107 while Afridi hit ...

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    Two of a kind
    Eyes fiercely following the course of the ball, mind and body in perfect harmony, the sphere being met from the middle of the willow, and the entire sequence of movement, a fine blend of concentration, purity, and balance. In his quest for ...

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    Warne — confounding expectations
    Future historians of the game may come to regard the early years of the 21st century as a golden age for Test cricket, an era resplendent with competitive, dramatic encounters, fired by aggressive batting and captaincy, and graced with a duel for ...

    Aussies settle for batting practice
    MUMBAI, SEPT. 30. The Australians showed why they are considered true professionals, with the remarkable quality to assess a given situation and manipulate it to their advantage. Realising that rain may cut down on the time available to them in ...

    BCCI AGM adjourned till Oct. 26
    KOLKATA, SEPT. 30. The 75th annual general meeting (AGM) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) was adjourned till October 26 owing to an order of injunction from a Chennai court on items 1 (B) and 13 on the agenda. The adjourned ...

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    Porto goes down to Chelsea
    LONDON, SEPT. 30. From FC Barcelona and AC Milan to Bayern Munich and Juventus, the big contenders appear on their way to the second stage of the Champions League. The defending champion, FC Porto, looks like it is on the way out. After two ...

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