India colts beat Malaysia in opener
Left-arm spinner Vikas Mishra took four wickets as India thrashed Malaysia by eight wickets in the opening game of the U-19 Asia Cup on Saturday.cricket Updated: Jun 23, 2012 23:28 IST
Left-arm spinner Vikas Mishra took four wickets as India thrashed Malaysia by eight wickets in the opening game of the U-19 Asia Cup on Saturday.
Brief Scores: Malaysia 126 in 39.3 overs (V Mishra 4/18); India 130/2 in 31 overs (B Aparajith 38 n.o., U Chand 37)
Sangakkara ton lifts Sri Lanka
Kumar Sangakkara became only the second batsman in Test history to be stranded on 199 not out but hosts Sri Lanka took charge of the second day of the first Test against Pakistan on Saturday.
Sangakkara's nine-hour knock helped the hosts pile up 472 in the first innings before Pakistan were reduced to 48 for five at stumps.
Bravo fined for criticising umpires
West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has been fined 20 percent of his match fee for publicly criticising an umpiring decision, after Chris Gayle was controversially given out in the second ODI against England.
Kaneria to appeal 'unfair' life ban
Pakistan leg-spinner Danish Kaneria, banned for life over spot-fixing charges by an England cricket board panel, has termed the punishment unfair and that there was no proof against him.
First Published: Jun 23, 2012 23:27 IST