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Third child for Warners


David Warner will resume Cricket World Cup training in Manchester this week after wife, Candice, gave birth to their third daughter in London on Sunday night. Warner took to social media on Monday to confirm the arrival of Isla after the birth, which came the day after Australia hammered the Black Caps by 86 runs at Lord’s, was planned in Australia’s gap between World Cup matches. Warner stayed behind with his wife and two young daughters to support Candice. Another eliminatio­n for Colombia, a new wave of death threats against a player. Twenty-five years after the murder of a player whose owngoal led to Colombia’s eliminatio­n at a World Cup, threats were made against a player who missed a decisive penalty kick in the Copa America. Defender William Tesillo said he and his family have received death threats because of his miss in a quarterfin­al on Friday. The threats were made public by his wife on Sunday. ‘‘They’ve written me and my wife [on social media],’’ he told the daily El Pais.

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