India's skill level high, Pakistan's not quite: Sarfraz Ahmed

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed admitted that his team doesn't match up to the skill level India bring to the table. Ahmed, who scored a fighting 44 in partnership with top-scorer Shoaib Malik (78), revived Pakistan from a shaky 58/3 after they chose to bat, but Indian bowlers stuck to their task once again and restricted the opposition to under 250.

What Indian wrestling needs next? Bajrang's coach Shako explains

Bentinidis, a three-time Olympian, is Punia's personal coach. Since the two joined hands in February this year, Bajrang has managed to win the 65kg freestyle gold at the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games, besides continuing his winning run at international events between the two big triumphs.

Cricket Australia closes probe into Moeen sledge claim

Cricket Australia has closed its investigation into England all-rounder Moeen Ali's claim that he was called "Osama" by a rival player during an Ashes Test in 2015 after finding no new details, a CA spokesperson said on Monday.

Skillful bowling pool behind India's success: Chahal

Commenting on India's performance in Asia Cup, Yuzvendra Chahal said that the country's bowling pool has swelled to 10-15 and earlier it wasn't so earlier. Bowlers have dominated, it shows the regular flow of spinners and medium pacers in the team. There is no negativity, you can concentrate on your bowling, said Chahal.

Asia Cup: India seek middle-order test vs Afghans

The Indian cricket team will hope that its untested middle-order gets some game time ahead of the grand finale when it takes on an ever-improving Afghanistan in the final 'Super Four' encounter of the Asia Cup on Tuesday.