Kohli's 154 takes India to 7-wicket win over NZ in 3rd ODI

MOHALI, India (AP) Virat Kohli scored his 26th ODI hundred and went on to an undefeated 154 as India scored 289-3 in 48.2 overs to beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the third one-day international on Sunday.

Kohli hit 16 fours and one six in his 134-ball knock as India took a 2-1 lead in the five-match series.

Earlier, New Zealand scored 285 in 49.4 overs after James Neesham scored his maiden one-day half-century.


Pakistan in firm control of 1st test, leads by 342 runs

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Pakistan took firm control of the second test against a deflated West Indies on Sunday with a massive 342-run lead despite captain Misbah-ul-Haq not enforcing the follow-on.

West Indies was bowled out for 224 and Pakistan, which then held a 228-run first innings lead, finished the third day at 114-1. (MORE)

Bangladesh on 253-8, needs 33 runs for victory vs England

CHITTAGONG, Bangladesh (AP) The first test between England and Bangladesh remains finely poised with Bangladesh requiring 33 runs with two wickets remaining to take the lead in the two-match series.

Before bad light brought a premature end to the day, Bangladesh made 253-8, chasing 286 for victory after a seesaw battle on the fourth day. (MORE)

Bangladesh vs England Scores

CHITTAGONG, Bangladesh (AP) Scores Sunday at stumps on the fourth day of the first test between Bangladesh and England at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium:

England 293 & 240 (Ben Stokes 85, Jonny Bairstow 47; Shakib Al Hasan 5-85, Taijul Islam 2-41) lead Bangladesh 248 & 253-8 (Sabbir Rahman 59 not out, Imrul Kayes 43; Gareth Batty 3-65, Stuart Broad 2-26) by 33 runs. (MORE)

Steyn, Philander shine as Proteas dominate 2-day tour match

ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) South Africa took maximum value from the first two-day match of its Australian tour as it swiftly bowled out a youthful Cricket Australia XI on Sunday to win the match comfortably.

Dale Steyn, Vernon Philander and Morne Morkel took two wickets each as the Proteas dismissed the home team for 103 in reply to South Africa's first innings of 415. (MORE)

South Africa in charge after 1st day of 2-day tour match

ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) Quinton de Kock made an unbeaten 122 and JP Duminy 97 as South Africa was dismissed for 415 by a Cricket Australia XI on the opening day of a two-day, pink-ball match on Saturday.

De Kock and Duminy put on 167 for the Proteas' seventh wicket after the tourists won the toss in the day-night match at the Adelaide Oval. Hashim Amla also made an unbeaten 51 as South Africa took full advantage of good batting conditions in the opening match of their Australia tour. (MORE)

West Indies stumbles to 106-4 after Pakistan posts 452

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) West Indies' top order stuttered against the reverse swing of Rahat Ali and spin of Yasir Shah to limp to 106-4 Saturday after Pakistan was bowled out for 452 on day two of the second test.

West Indies lost two wickets for no runs in the last two overs when left-arm seamer Rahat found the outside edge from Marlon Samuels (30). Kraigg Braithwaite was run out for 21 in a terrible mix-up with nightwatchman Devendra Bishoo. (MORE)

Stokes to the rescue as England leads Bangladesh by 273 runs

CHITTAGONG, Bangladesh (AP) Ben Stokes came to England's rescue on Saturday with a fine all-round performance which gave the tourists a 273-run lead against Bangladesh in the first test with two days left.

Stokes ripped through Bangladesh with reverse-swing to finish on 4-26 - including three wickets in the morning session - as the hosts were all out for 248 in their first innings after resuming on 221-5. (MORE)

Proteas win toss, bat in opening tour match

ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) South Africa has won the toss and will bat Saturday in the opening match of its cricket tour of Australia against a youthful Cricket Australia XI.

The Proteas have indicated they will use all 16 members of their touring squad in the day-night, pink ball match against a team all of whom are aged under 22. (MORE)

NSW batsman becomes 1st concussion sub in cricket

SYDNEY (AP) New South Wales opening batsman Daniel Hughes has become the first player to be substituted during a match under Cricket Australia's new concussion protocol.

Hughes was replaced by Nick Larkin during the One-Day Cup elmination final between New South Wales and Victoria Friday after being struck on the helmet by a bouncer from test fast bowler Peter Siddle. Larkin wasn't required to face a ball as New South Wales won the rain-affected match by 31 runs. (MORE)