Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI: First ODI in Karachi in over 10 years washed out due to persistent rain

Heavy and persistent rain led to the first ODI between Pakistan and Sri Lanka being washed out Karachi cricket

Heavy and persistent rain led to the first ODI between Pakistan and Sri Lanka being washed out

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Pakistan’s clash against Sri Lanka, which was the first ODI held in Karachi in over 10 years, was washed out due to persistent rain.

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Bangladesh T20 tri-series Final: Persistent rain forces Bangladesh and Afghanistan to share the trophy

Bangladesh Afghanistan share trophy after T20 tri-series final washed out due to persistent rain Dhaka cricket

Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan (left) and Afghanistan skipper Rashid Khan share the trophy after the final was washed out

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Persistent rain ruined the final of the T20 tri-series between Bangladesh and Afghanistan as both teams had to share the trophy after the match was washed out.

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India vs South Africa 3rd T20: De Kock stars as South Africa end series as 1-1 draw

Quinton de Kock 79 not out India South Africa 3rd T20 Bangalore cricket

Quinton de Kock smashed six boundaries and five sixes during his career-best knock of 79 not out

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South Africa stand-in captain Quinton de Kock walloped a career-best 79 to lead his side to a comfortable nine-wicket win over India in Bangalore.

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Bangladesh T20 tri-series 5th Match: Masakadza ends international career in style

Hamilton Masakadza 71 Zimbabwe Afghanistan T20 tri-series 5th Match Chattogram cricket

Hamilton Masakadza guided Zimbabwe to victory in his last international match

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Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza ended his international career in style as he smashed a 42-ball 71 to lead his side to a seven-wicket win over Afghanistan in Chattogram.

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India vs South Africa 2nd T20: Kohli leads the way as India cruise past South Africa

Virat Kohli 72 not out India South Africa 2nd T20 Mohali cricket

Virat Kohli struck four boundaries and three sixes during his unbeaten knock of 72

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India captain Virat Kohli struck an unbeaten 72 to lead his side to a comfortable seven-wicket win over South Africa in the second Twenty20 International in Mohali.

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