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Against Australia, the West Indies prevail 37 runs thanks to Andre Russell and Sherfane Rutherford

<p>In the last Twenty20 international, West Indies defeated Australia by 37 runs as a consolation after Andre Russell and Sherfane Rutherford struck half-centuries in a record-breaking sixth-wicket partnership. West Indies scored 220/6 thanks to 71 off 29 balls from Russell and 67 off 40 from Rutherford. David Warner, who was playing his last international match at home, scored 81 runs off of 49 balls before the home side collapsed and was only able to reach 183/5.</p>
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Dattajirao Gaekwad, the oldest Test cricketer in India, passes away</p>
<p>Dattajirao Gaekwad, the oldest Test cricket player in India and a former captain, passed away today from age-related illnesses. At 95 years old, Gaekwad was the father of national coach Anshuman Gaekwad and a former opener for India. He participated in eleven Test matches and led the national team on its 1959 trip to England. Gaekwad played for Baroda in the Ranji Trophy between 1947 and 1961. At an average of 47.56, he scored 3139 runs, 14 hundred among them.</p>
<p>Germany’s Wangels</p>
<p>Gukesh withdraws, and Carlsen rallies</p>
<p>Here, Indian Grandmaster D Gukesh was eliminated from the Weissenhaus Freestyle Chess Challenge after settling for a draw with US player Caruana Fabiano. In the tiebreaker, Frenchman Alireza Firouza was defeated by world No. 1 Magnus Carlsen, who rallied from behind to advance to the quarterfinals.</p>
<p>Kolkata</p>
<p>PKL: Patna defeats Titans to go to the playoffs</p>
<p>With a thrilling comeback win over Telugu Titans, Patna Pirates advanced to the Pro Kabaddi League playoffs as the fifth team overall. Titans captain Pawan Sehrawat’s incredible 16-point performance was in vain.</p>

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