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Clarke enthused by team’s ‘Plan B’

May 3: Australia captain Michael Clarke was confident his side had all bases covered after they began their World Twenty20 campaign with a 34-run win over defending champions Pakistan.
Australia saw all-rounder Shane Watson make 81 out of an imposing total of 191, before bowling out Pakistan for 157.

Aussies punish Pakistan

Gros Islet (St. Lucia), May 3: Shane Watson top-scored with 81 as Australia punished lax Pakistan fielding to win their opening World Twenty20 match by a convincing 34 run margin here on Sunday.

Super Saver will win Triple Crown: Borel

Louisville (Kentucky), May 3: Calvin Borel had barely piloted Super Saver through the slop to a Kentucky Derby victory than he was predicting the colt would win the coveted Triple Crown.

Higgins pledges to fight match-fixing allegations

Higgins pledges to fight match-fixing allegations
London, May 3: World snooker supremo Barry Hearn vowed on Monday that anyone found guilty of match-fixing would be dealt with severely and swiftly, after world number one John Higgins was suspended over bribery claims.

Miyazato bags title as Ochoa says goodbye

Morelia (Mexico), May 3: Lorena Ochoa bid an emotional farewell to the LPGA tour on Sunday, as even tournament winner Ai Miyazato broke down in tears as she paid tribute to the departing world number one.

Leipheimer wins, Armstrong 17th

Pinos Altos (New Mexico), May 3: Levi Leipheimer won the Tour of the Gila for the second straight year on Sunday as teammate Lance Armstrong finished 17th.
Leipheimer held a 59-second lead heading into the final 105.7-mile stage that began in Silver City and ended in Pinos Altos.

Ronaldo’s head wins it by a nose


May 3: Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals, including a late headed winner, as Real Madrid twice came from behind to beat Osasuna 3-2 on Sunday and cut the gap on La Liga leaders Barcelona to just one point.
Real got off to the worst possible start as a poor back pass by Raul Albiol allowed in Carlos Aranda to give Osasuna the lead.

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