Alastair Cook has given an honest appraisal of Jos Buttler’s start to life as an international cricketer before England’s second Test with Pakistan in Dubai, admitting the longest form of the game remains his wicketkeeper’s “least natural” when it comes to batting.
The attorney for Atlanta Hawks guard Thabo Sefolosha reportedly said his client will file a $50m lawsuit against the city of New York and eight police officers who arrested him in April.
The Olympic Park’s Orbit tower is losing money and costing Londoners £10,000 a week, a senior Labour member of the London assembly has said.
The 2003 World Cup winners Will Greenwood and Lawrence Dallaglio have questioned the absence of Sir Clive Woodward from the Rugby Football Union’s five-man panel to review England’s World Cup failure, which includes two individuals who approved the appointment of Stuart Lancaster as coach three years ago.
Never anger a Scot, because you will have to face their wrath.
This was not Peyton Manning’s greatest day. The Denver Broncos quarterback had three passes intercepted on Sunday, including one that was returned for a touchdown. But even in imperfection he found a way to keep the Broncos perfect.
The Nottingham Forest fan has light-heartedly backed the Newcastle United goalkeeper for the Three Lions squad.
Katharine Grainger became Great Britain’s most successful female Olympian when she and Vicky Thornley won silver in the women’s double sculls in Rio.
Moeen Ali revealed that the embarrassment that followed his dismissal to Yasir Shah in the first Test at Lord’s was the catalyst for his current purple patch with the bat, culminating in the almighty six off the Pakistan leg-spinner that brought up his third Test hundred.
Scotland Yard is investigating allegations that a British tennis player who was forced to retire from competing in this year’s Wimbledon tournament was deliberately poisoned.