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Giroud saves Arsenal with late Europa winner; Everton lose again

Olivier Giroud struck a late winner against Red Star Belgrade to preserve Arsenal's unblemished start to their Europa League Group H campaign

Chelsea, Roma play out thriller; Man United, Barcelona win

Chelsea remain top of Champions League Group C despite throwing away a two-goal lead in a thrilling 3-3 draw with Roma at Stamford Bridge, reports ESPNFC

Hasan five-for, Imam debut ton sink Sri Lanka

Hasan five-for, Imam debut ton sink Sri Lanka

This match was the most decisive of the lot, an all-round masterclass from Pakistan helped them ease to a series win over Sri Lanka by seven wickets

South Africa win 2nd ODI by 104 runs

South Africa win 2nd ODI by 104 runs

South Africa won the second ODI against Bangladesh by 104 runs at Paarl on Wednesday

De Villiers fires SA to 353

De Villiers fires SA to 353

AB de Villiers fired 176 off 104 balls while Hashim Amla also hit 85 as South Africa posted a huge total of 353 for 6 in the second ODI against Bangladesh at Paarl on Wednesday

Bangladesh opt to bowl first, Tamim returns

Bangladesh opt to bowl first, Tamim returns

Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza decided to bowl first against South Africa in the second ODI in Paarl, in a bid to take advantage of a fresh pitch which he expects will help the batsmen as the game goes on, reports cricinfo

Bangladesh's chance to salvage tough tour

Bangladesh's chance to salvage tough tour

Bangladesh haven't been undone by pace and bounce or fire and fury, but by themselves and a South African side that has stuck to simple game plans, reports cricinfo

Sri Lanka decide to play in Pakistan for first time since 2009

Sri Lanka decide to play in Pakistan for first time since 2009

Sri Lanka have decided to play in Pakistan for the first time since their team bus was attacked in Lahore in 2009 after being left "fully satisfied" with "stringent security measures", reports BBC