Live Blog, Friday October 27th

By Ethan Green

15:57; Here is the link to the late afternoon bulletin. Fill your boots and enjoy

15:53 Pakistan capture two more wickets to sew a seed or two of doubt, but Aiden Markram is still there on 56 and while he is there, it is South Africa’s game to lose


Pakistan finished their innings on 270 leaving South African with a relative comfortale score to chase.

South Africa currently have 121 runs for the loss of two wickets


Here is the link to the 2pm radio bulletin:


Manchester city manager Pep Guardiola has condemned the video of two Manchester city fans mocking the death of former Manchester United footballer Sir Bobby Charlton.

“They do not represent us.

“The alcohol make bad, bad things in the people especially. What represents is Mike Summerbee going to Old Trafford to sign the book on behalf of Man City.

“We have huge respect to Manchester United and we prove it, losing and winning these years. We have a lot of respect, especially for an iconic figure like Bobby Charlton. Tomorrow we will be part of that. We send our condolences to United and English football, always is and will be there.”


here is the link to the 1:30pm video bulletin:


Tabraiz Shamsi led the way with four wickets as South Africa bowled Pakistan out for an under-par 270 in their World Cup group match in Channai. Skipper Babar Azam (50) and Saud Shakeel (52) were the major contributors in a Pakistan innings which failed to blossom.


Here’s a link to the third radio bulletin that occurred at 1pm:


Here is the link to the second radio bulletin that occurred at 12pm:


England its fair to say haven’t had a great cricket world cup.

Teams with such high expectations as England usually face scrutiny from all that are concerned with them.

The person who has been called into question is captain Jos Butler

Liam Warren reports:


After a long season of baseball we have made it to the final base this year.

The Arizona Diamondbacks meet the Texas Rangers in the World Series.

Alex Worth explains what’s going on to us:


Here is the first link to the first video bulletin of the day:

more to come every hour.


South Africa have taken another 2 wickets at the cricket world cup against Pakistan.

The South Africans really have broken Pakistans rhythm as the Shaheens lose another two players in quick succession.

Tabraiz Shamsi and Babar Azam have been taken out by this disciplined South African side.


There were a few Premier League team competing in Europe yesterday.

West Ham United compete in the Europa League after the Hammers won the Europa Conference League in the previous season.

The team from east London have had a great start in this season’s Europa league campaign, winning their opening 2 matches in the competition, however the Hammers struggled last nigh in Greece.

James Regan has more:


It’s inclusivity and diversity week here at Solent university.

The Hampshire Harriers are a wheelchair basketball team and charity, formed in 1980.

they aim to give people an escape from their everyday life.

Alex Worth investigated the Hampshire Harriers:


Lionel Messi may not be at the absolute peak of his powers, however the 7 time Ballon d’Or winner is still considered as one of the best players in the world.

Another award could now be on the way to Messi, which could be another to his huge collection.

Reece Barrett has looked into this story:


Almost half way through here with the cricket with Pakistan’s innings.

The Shaheens have picked up the pace here. They currently have earned 124 runs while South Africa have taken 3 wickets with batsman Mohammad Rizwan the latest to take an early shower.


Here is a link to todays first radio bulletin from 11:00.

We will update you with the latest news every hour.


The Buffalo Bills are one of the elite teams in the NFL.

After Winning yesterday against the Tampa-Bay Buccaneers the BIlls now hold a record of 5-2 tying with the Dolphins in their division.

The team from New York state will need to keep up these performances in they want to go far in the playoffs this season.

Sam Barnett tells us more.


The world awaits the rugby world cup final on Sunday, as New Zealand face off against South Africa at the Stade de France.

Will the All Blacks overcome the jugganaught that the Boks have become, or will South Africa win the competition back to back.

Callum Bates has further thoughts on this story:


Newcastle Midfielder Sandro Tonali has a ‘high chance’ to play according to Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe.

This comes after Tonali is set to receive a ban from the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) following several breaches of betting rules.

Reporter Daniel Baverstock has more on this story:


South Africa have taken two early wickets against Pakistan in the cricket world cup.

The Proteas have take 2 wickets in the first 8 overs against their opponents, the South Africans have won 4 of 5 games so far in the competition and sit in 2nd only behind the hosting country India.


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