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Posted at: Jan 14, 2018, 1:45 AM; last updated: Jan 14, 2018, 1:45 AM (IST)BRIEFLY

Bengaluru set up final date with Hyderabad Hunters

Hyderabad

Bengaluru Blasters set up a potentially explosive championship match with Hyderabad Hunters after notching up a hard-fought victory over Ahmedabad Smash Masters in the second semifinal of the third Premier Badminton League here today. Blasters’ star player Viktor Axelsen and their mixed-doubles’ pair of Kim Sa Rang and Sikki Reddy won the last two matches to beat a valiant Ahmedabad Smash Masters 3-2 (4-3 on points). 

Dunedin

Boult from the blue for Pakistan, shot out for 74  

A withering spell by Trent Boult saw New Zealand destroy Pakistan by 183 runs in the third ODI here today to comfortably wrap up the series. Boult rocked Pakistan with three wickets in five balls to take out the cream of their top order on his way to figures of 5/17. After New Zealand made 257, Pakistan were all out for 74 in the 28th over. Brief scores: New Zealand 257 (Williamson 73, Taylor 52; Raees 3/51, Hasan 3/59); Pakistan 74 all out (Boult 5/17) 

Chennai

Nelson secures win for Chennaiyin against Pune

Chennaiyin FC rode on Gregory Nelson’s 83rd minute strike to post a 1-0 win over FC Pune City here tonight. With this win, the former ISL champion went to the top of the standings with 20 points. 

New Delhi

J&K upset Haryana, Services stun Himachal

J&K rode on opener Jatin Wadhwan's 61-ball 70 to a four-wicket win over Haryana in a North Zone T20 match in the Syed Mushtaq Ali tournament here today. Brief scores: Haryana: 116 all out (H Patel 28; Umar Nazir 3/16); J&K: 122/6 (JS Wadhwan 70); HP: 119/8 (DG Pathania 3/16); Services: 122/5 (NH Verma 25). 

Madrid

Real Madrid lose again

Stumbling champions Real Madrid slumped to a second defeat in three La Liga games by losing 1-0 to Villarreal on Saturday. They dominated the game but succumbed to an 87th minute strike from Pablo Fornals. — Agencies 

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