Sri Lanka's players then took to the field at 10.50am local time, 50 minutes after the scheduled start, but did not start play for another 40 minutes as the dispute continued with captain Dinesh Chandimal arguing with the umpires. Third day of the 2nd test match of Sri Lanka against West Indies was held yesterday. The same charge was levelled against Australia batsman Cameron Bancroft who was caught on camera rubbing a piece of sandpaper on the ball against South Africa in March.
When asked to explain why he felt the need to prevent his ball running off the green, he added: "It was going to go down in the same spot behind the bunker, and I wasn't going to have a shot". "That was jarring", analyst Curtis Strange said. I was very curious how the golf media, and sports media at large, would react to this situation.
France's coach Didier Deschamps depended on a young squad, only three French players were above 25 years old, with Antoine Griezmann , Kylian Mbappe and Ousmane Dembele as the frontmen at the Kazan Arena. Matt Ryan will start in front of the goal for the Socceroos in their opener against France . Pogba's strike deflected off left-back Aziz Behich and looped over Australia goalkeeper Mat Ryan, hitting the underside of the crossbar and bouncing just inches over the goal line - a ...
Qatar, who will host the tournament in 2022, voted for Morocco . But FIFA President Gianni Infantino suggested the split of games could change. The last time El Tri made it through to the elusive " quinto partido " or fifth match in a World Cup was at home in 1986 when it lost to West Germany in a penalty shootout.
From left, Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, FIFA President Gianni Infantino, and Russian President Vladimir Putin watch the match between Russia and Saudi Arabia. It was Russia's first World Cup win since 2002 and ended a seven-game winless run - the national team's longest winless streak in 20 years. Saudi Arabia still have two more games to claw back some credibility, but face a tough task qualifying from their group.
Woods joins several big names in leaving NY early as Jordan Spieth (9-over), Rory McIlroy (10-over), Sergio Garcia (14-over) and Martin Kaymer (18-over) all missed the cut. Even with wider fairways, Shinnecock Hills resembled a U.S. Open course from past years. In what represented an ominous throwback to the 2004 US Open here, perfectly good approach shots failed to stick on greens and putts reacted as if on glass.