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Cricket World Cup: India (336/5) beat Pakistan (212/6) by 89 runs (D/L method)
None of the six previous World Cup meetings between India and Pakistan produced anything approaching a tight finish, but most of them contained tense passages of play and moments of crackling electricity. Sunday at Old Trafford had none of that as nearly all of the quality cricket produced came from India.
For ESPN senior writer Wright Thompson, writing about sports is always a great job, even on the worst day, but every now and then, it's truly magical. India against Pakistan at the World Cup on Sunday was one of those days.
Gary Woodland denied Brooks Koepka's bold bid at history and made U.S. Open memories of his own Sunday with two clutch shots, a birdie putt on the final hole and that silver trophy in his hands at Pebble Beach.
Welcome to the Maurizio Sarri managerial experience at Chelsea, which officially came to an end on Sunday. Had Juventus not come calling, Sarri would have been back next season.
Andy Murray says he has "no expectations" as he prepares to begin his comeback -- initially in doubles only -- at London's Queen's Club this week. But even though it is less than five months since his surgery, the former world No. 1 also admits that anything is possible, including winning the doubles title at Wimbledon next month.
After their 13-0 win over Thailand sparked a debate about sportsmanship, US's Carli Lloyd celebrated her goal over Chile at the Women's World Cup in a manner that was intended to make a statement.
Fernando Alonso secured his second Le Mans 24 Hours victory in as many years alongside Toyota teammates Kazuki Nakajima and Sebastien Buemi on Sunday, as well as taking the World Endurance Championship title.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has suggested that he could be open to a move away from the Premier League, but sources have told ESPN that the club expect him to remain at Old Trafford next season.
Paris Saint-Germain chairman and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi has said that the French champions will no longer tolerate superstar attitudes from their biggest players after a forgettable 2018-19 season.
Fred VanVleet said Sunday there is nothing more that the Toronto Raptors can do to convince Kawhi Leonard to re-sign with the team, but he and several teammates expressed their hopes that the NBA Finals MVP decides to return.
Usain Bolt scored a goal in a UNICEF Soccer Aid charity match as his World XI side beat England on penalties after a 2-2 draw on Sunday.