Monday, 23 September 2019

Tag Archives: Australia

Australian PM trying to send bombers to US, alleges Trump

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump has accused Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of trying to send the “next Boston bombers” to America. The Washington Post reported that Mr Trump made the allegation in a telephone call with Mr Turnbull to discuss a deal Australia had signed with the Obama administration ...

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Warner ton sets up series win for Australia

SYDNEY: A David Warner hundred. A catalogue of Pakistan fielding errors. A big win for Australia. It was as if the fourth one-day international in Sydney was a recap of the Test campaign earlier this summer. Certainly the result was the same – a series victory for Australia. Unlike in ...

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3rd ODI: Babar, Sharjeel helps Pakistan reach 263

PERTH: Babar Azam and Sharjeel Khan scored half-centuries to help Pakistan to a competitive total in the third ODI in Perth, but Australia struck regularly enough to ensure their target remained a very gettable one. Azam top scored with 84 as Pakistan reached 7 for 263 after having been sent ...

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Melbourne win a ‘special, special blessing’ : Hafeez

MELBOURNE: Pakistan’s stand-in captain Mohammad Hafeez called his side’s One-day International (ODI) series-levelling win at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) a “special, special blessing”, and said his bowlers accepting responsibility set the tone in the first innings. It was Pakistan’s first victory against Australia in 17 matches across formats since ...

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Smith ton puts Australia in command against Pakistan

Steve Smith of Australia celebrates his century during day one of the First Test match between Australia and Pakistan at The Gabba on December 15, 2016 in Brisbane, Australia. BRISBANE: Skipper Steve Smith scored a hundred and rookies Matt Renshaw and Peter Handscomb half-centuries as Australia took an early grip ...

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Egyptian mummies virtually unwrapped in Australia

LONDON: The hidden secrets of Egyptian mummies up to 3,000 years old have been virtually unwrapped and reconstructed for the first time using cutting-edge scanning technology in a joint British-Australian exhibition. Three-dimensional images of six mummies aged between 900BC and 140-180AD from ancient Egypt, which have been held at the ...

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South Africa humble Australia in Test series triumph

HOBART: South Africa demolished Australia by an innings and 80 runs after yet another batting collapse to claim their third successive Test series Down Under Tuesday, plunging the hosts further into crisis. The Proteas bowled out the home side for 161 before lunch on the fourth day, rattling through their ...

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Luck deserts Warner as Proteas maintain grip

HOBART – Luck deserted Australia in their desperate bid to salvage the second Test with South Africa snaring the vital wicket of David Warner in unfortunate circumstances in Hobart. Warner, who was seeking redemption after his reckless dismissal in the opening over of the first innings, lost his wicket while ...

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