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What’s next for Australia after World Cup exit?

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Australia’s World Cup adventure came to an end against a Lionel Messi-inspired Argentina. A 2-1 loss at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium matched its best-ever performance at soccer’s biggest tournament by reaching the round of 16 for only the second time in its history.
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Newcastle signing Garang Kuol on Argentina chance: I thought I had scored

Newcastle United signing Garang Kuol thought he had scored an equaliser for Australia during defeat to Argentina in the World Cup round of 16. The 18-year-old - the youngest player to feature in a World Cup knockout game since Pele - found space six yards from goal. Supporters across the world thought Australia had scored a certain equaliser but a fantastic save from Emiliano Martinez kept the Argentines in front.

Imprint: Physicists from Australia have provided compelling evidence that time travel is possible

Scientists from the University of Queensland have used photons (single particles of light) to simulate quantum particles traveling through time. The research is cutting edge and the results could be dramatic!. The research is cutting edge and the results could be dramatic! Their research, entitled “Experimental simulation of closed time-like...

Twitter reactions: Clinical Australia thrash West Indies in the Perth Test

Australia have defeated West Indies in the first Test at Optus Stadium in Perth to take a 1-0 lead in the two-match Test series. Chasing a target of 498 runs, the visitors could only manage to reach 333 before getting all out in the second innings. Nathan Lyon was the...

Australia v West Indies: Nathan Lyon takes six wickets as hosts seal 164-run win

Australia 598-4 dec (Labuschagne 204, Smith 200*) & 182-2 dec (Labuschagne 104) West Indies 283 (Brathwaite 64; Cummins 3-34, Starc 3-51) & 333 (Brathwaite 110; Lyon 6-128) Nathan Lyon took six wickets as Australia beat a dogged West Indies by 164 runs in the first Test in Perth. Set a...

WATCH: Stunning catch from Litton Das to dismiss Virat Kohli leaves the batter in shock

India and Bangladesh are facing off in the opening One-Day International of their three-game series in Bangladesh. After winning the toss, Litton Das, the captain of Bangladesh, decided to bowl first. The Indian team got off to a flying start when openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan strode out to the middle. The pair could only last so long before Dhawan was bowled by Mehidy Hasan and Rohit was dismissed by Shakib Al Hasan.

Argentina 2 Australia 1: Missed moments as Messi and his team advanced to the quarter-finals

Lionel Messi gave his best performance in the World Cup so far to lead his team to victory over Australia. Manchester City’s second striker Julian Alvarez took advantage of the nightmare of Australia goalkeeper Matthew Ryan to score his team’s second goal, before Enzoernandez forcefully deflected the ball past Amy Martinez to give the Australian a lifeline and set up a tense finish.

Rebel Wilson arrives in Australia for the first time since welcoming her first child

Rebel Wilson looked fresh and relaxed as she stepped off an international flight from Los Angeles to Sydney on Saturday. The Aussie actress strolled through the Sydney Airport terminal smiling and pushing along her luggage. The 42-year-old appeared to be solo, and it’s unclear if her newborn daughter, Royce Lillian,...

Nathan Lyon's six-wicket haul spins Australia to convincing 164-run win

Australia secured a convincing 164-run win against West Indies as Nathan Lyon led the bowling attack which was without Pat Cummins in the first Test at the Optus Stadium in Perth on Sunday (December 4). West Indies started the last day of the Test at 192/3 with Kraigg Brathwaite at...

Australia Police charges extradited high-profile Islamic State suspect

A high-profile Islamic State suspect was charged by Australian police with six terrorism-related offenses two days after he was extradited from Turkey, according to officials. According to police, Neil Christopher Prakash, 31, was charged with crimes such as engaging in hostile activity abroad, supporting a terrorist group, and endorsing terrorism.

Nathan Lyon scores 6/12, and Australia defeats West Indies by 164 runs in the first Test

On both sides of the lunch break, a tenacious 82-run stand between Chase (55) and Joseph (43) delayed the inevitable for 1 1/2 hours. At the Perth Stadium on Sunday, offspinner Nathan Lyon bowled Australia to a 164-run victory over the West Indies in the first cricket test to retain the Frank Worrell Trophy. Before tea on the final day, the West Indies were all out for 333 and Lyon claimed 6-128. In his 111th test, it was Lyon’s 21st five-wicket haul.