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Published:Tuesday | February 3, 2015 | 12:00 AM

Kane signs new 51/2-year deal


Harry Kane has signed a new 5 1/2-year contract with Tottenham, keeping one of England's top young strikers at the north London club until 2020. Spurs announced the deal yesterday. The 21-year-old Kane has scored 20 goals in all competitions in his breakthrough season at Tottenham, and has eight goals in 10 games for England's Under-21 side.

Barbados draw 2-2 with Guyana


Barbados and Guyana played to a 2-2 draw in their friendly international at the National Stadium here on Sunday night. Scorers: BAR - Jomo Harris 36th, Mario Harte 37th; GUY - Sheldon Holder 12th, Emery Welshman 33rd.

Clarke would play under Smith

BRISBANE, Australia (AP):

Australia cricket captain Michael Clarke says he "most definitely" would play under Steve Smith if Cricket Australia rules Smith should become his permanent replacement. Smith replaced Clarke during his slow rehabilitation from hamstring surgery, and his form and leadership have led to speculation his appointment might become permanent. Clarke said he knew what Smith was going through because "I sat in his shoes" when he succeeded Ricky Ponting as captain.

"It's certainly not personal between Smithy and I," he said. "The people that sit above both him and I will make their decisions. Whatever they feel are the best 11 players, they will pick that 11. Whoever they feel is the best captain for the team, then they'll pick that."