In cricket, Papua New Guinea beat the UAE by 26 runs in their second one day international in Ahu Dhabi over the weekend.
The home team appeared to be cruising to a second win in the space of three days against the side placed second in the 50-over competition.
On Friday, the UAE beat PNG by 82-runs in their first World Cricket League Championship at the Shaikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi
In pursuit of 233 to win, the UAE had reached a powerful position on 148 for two with 17 overs left, with Ghulam Shabber posting a second successive half-century.
Then Shaiman Anwar was run out at the non-striker's end after Shabber blazed back a straight drive off John Reva's bowling.
The dismissal sparked a collapse, with five wickets falling for 13 runs, and the hosts were unable to recover as PNG forced a 23-run win.