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Hashim Amla guides South Africa to victory
Amla scored his 15th limited ton in helping South Africa to 309 for three in their 50 overs before they bowled their hosts out for 216 in a chase that had briefly looked on when Hamilton Masakadza and Sean Williams added 100 runs for the fourth wicket.
Rangana Herath torments Pakistan again
Retiring Jayawardene takes two smart catches, makes 54 in final Test innings
India all out for 94 in second innings as England seal series win
India all out for 94 in second innings as England seal series win
It was Englandís second victory inside three days in as many matches after they thrashed India by an innings and 54 runs to win the fourth Test at Old Trafford.
India face humiliating loss against England
India face humiliating loss against England
Indian batting order collapsed like a pack of cards for 94 runs to lose the match by an innings and 244 runs, their third heaviest loss in history.
Dhoni must show he still cares about Tests: Atherton
Former England captain Michael Atherton feels that it is high time for Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni to show that he still cares about the longer format of the game.
Jayawardene, Herath 
put Sri Lanka on top
Mahela Jayawardene remained unbeaten on 49 in his farewell innings after spinner Rangana Herathís career best figures of nine for 127 gave Sri Lanka control of the second Test against Pakistan on Saturday.
Root keeps England on top against India
Root keeps England on top against India
Joe Root continued his personal run-fest against India as England maintained their grip on the fifth Test at The Oval on Saturday.
Rangana Herathís five-wicket strike sends Pakistan reeling
The 36-year-old left-arm bowler grabbed five wickets as Pakistan, replying to Sri Lankaís first innings total of 320, were reduced to 140-5 after tea on the second day at the Sinhalese Sports Club.
India flounder again as England take charge
Touristís skipper Dhoni stands among the ruins with defiant 82
Pakistan rattle Sri Lanka
The hosts crawl to 261-8 on first day of the second Test
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