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Mitchell Marsh smashed an unbeaten 77 as Australia hammered New Zealand by eight wickets in a Twenty20 cricket World Cup final.
Australia and New Zealand seek to make history at the ICC Men's T20 World Cup, in what will be their very first appearance in the finals.
Brenton Tarrant had earlier pleaded guilty to killing 51 people and injuring 40 others at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch on March 15, 2019.
Pakistan beat New Zealand by five wickets in T20 cricket, a month after New Zealand's shock abandonment of their Pakistan tour that left the host nation angry and created bad blood between the sides.
"Our intention is absolutely not to create a crisis but to protect our sovereign rights," said Turkey's President Erdogan, paving the way for the de-escalation of a diplomatic row with the Western countries over Kavala case.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern expressed concerns about a return to zero coronavirus cases becoming unattainable, with the spread of the Delta variant leading to a change of policy.
South Africa edged New Zealand 31-29 in a test featuring four lead changes in the last 10 minutes, with Elton Jantjies kicking the winning penalty.
It was not until fullback Jordie Barrett kicked his fourth penalty with two minutes left on the clock that the All Blacks took the lead for the final time.
Pakistan says New Zealand received threatening emails before and after it arrived in Pakistan, including an email sent from India to the wife of Martin Guptill in which the opening batsman received a death threat.
Officials believe Islamabad is paying the price for taking a stand on geopolitical issues that did not go down well with powerful Western countries.
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