Pakistan suffered their second consecutive loss as they were handed a crushing 150-run defeat by the West Indies who rode on Andre Russell's all-round show in a completely one-sided cricket World Cup match here on Saturday.
West Indies opening batsman Lendl Simmons, who argued that he had a one-time affair with an account executive, is scheduled to appear in court March 23 in a lawsuit on the dissemination of intimate photographs of the woman.
The West Indies cricketers' meeting to resolve the contracts and pay dispute issue with their players union (WIPA) and the national cricket board (WICB) has turned out to be "cordial, positive and fruitful".
Openers Lendl Simmons and Mike Hussey struck commanding fifties to hand Mumbai Indians a resounding 9-wicket win over Sri Lankan outfit Southern Express and keep their team in the hunt for the main draw of the Oppo Champions League Twenty20, here on Sunday.
Unbeaten Jamaica Tallawahs kept their perfect record intact by handing Guyana Amazon Warriors their first defeat, with a narrow four-run victory in the ninth match of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) here.
Andre Fletcher`s second half-century in as many days paired with Sheldon Cottrell`s incisive three-wicket burst, propelled West Indies to a 39-run victory over New Zealand and a share of the two-match Twenty20 series here Sunday.
The way Kings XI Punjab`s Glenn Maxwell started off his campaign in Dubai-leg it seemed as if he would score the first ton of the season. But unluckily he missed his ton on more than three occasions, as he got out on 89, 95, 95, 90.
Chennai Super Kings batsman Suresh Raina, who cracked an unbeaten 33-ball 54 to help Chennai Super Kings booked a berth in the second IPL qualifier, credited the bowlers for curtailing Mumbai Indians and setting the tone for the run chase.
As the victory against Kings XI Punjab brought them back in the reckoning for the play-offs, Mumbai Indians opener Lendl Simmons, who single handedly led his side to victory, said they will approach their upcoming games with a positive mind and hope for the best results.
Lendl Simmons stole the thunder with a scintillating 61-ball 100, singlehandedly powering Mumbai Indians to a morale-boosting seven-wicket win over table toppers Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League here tonight.
The West Indian cricketer, Lendl Simmons reached the three-figure mark on Wednesday night. Riding on the blistering knock by the opener, Mumbai Indians comprehensively beat table toppers Kings XI Punjab in the 48th match of League.