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'It was a hard day's test cricket' - Donald

South Africa bowling coach Allan Donald admitted to a tough day in the field, but thought there were promising signs for his bowlers at the Oval.

(02:11) | July 19, 2012



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ECB to lodge Jadeja counter claim

Cricket Video: England captain Alastair Cook claims that he didn't see the incident between James Anderson and Ravi Jadeja at Trent Bridge.

(00:59) | Jul 16, 2014

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Sri Lanka welcomed home

Cricket Video: Sri Lanka's cricket team were welcomed by their fans in Colombo after returning home as World Twenty20 champions.

(01:10) | Apr 8, 2014

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Javed: UAE ready for next step

Cricket Video: UAE coach Aaqib Javed believes his side are ready for the next step after their performances at the ICC World T20.

(01:14) | Apr 8, 2014

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Is there a group of death?

ESPN FC on TV: Alejandro Moreno argues that Group E is not actually a group of death and Bayern or City not going through would mean failure for the club.

(00:45) | Aug 28, 2014

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Juventus, Valencia bid for Chicharito

Premier League: ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop gives the best fit for fallen Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez.

(01:15) | Aug 28, 2014

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Pardew: There's pressure to win

Premier League: Newcastle manager Alan Pardew says his side must come away victorious when Crystal Palace visit St. James' Park.

(01:03) | Aug 28, 2014

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Allardyce: Must turn performances into results

Premier League: West Ham manager Sam Allarydce has been pleased with his side's form despite their losses.

(00:36) | Aug 28, 2014

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Hodgson: Rooney the perfect choice

International Football: Roy Hodgson has explained why he has named Wayne Rooney as the new Engladn captain following Steven Gerrard's retirement from international football. Courtesy of FATV.

(04:59) | Aug 28, 2014

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Platini calls for FIFA transparency

International Football: UEFA President Michel Platini has called on football's governing body to be more transparent ahead of next year's Presidency elections.

(00:33) | Aug 28, 2014

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