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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogSHARJAH: Luke Ronchi and Alex Hales powered Multan Sultans to post a 186-run target against Islamabad United on Tuesday. Maintaining his fiery form, Ronchi cemented solid basis for the United to reach a high-scoring total as he scored his third half-century in the tournament. The Kiwi batsman was well assisted by Alex Hales and middle-order batsmen, Asif Ali and Hussain Talat. Umar Gul took two and Imran Tahir took one wicket for United. Second Innings Spinner Samit Patel gave an ideal start to United as he bowled a double-wicket over by striking down Kumar Sangakkara and Saif Badar. All-rounder Faheem Ashraf and Amad Butt ended innings of Ahmed Shehzad and Sohaib Maqsood respectively, while Shadab Khan dismissed Sultans' skipper Malik. Kieron Pollard kept Sultans alive in the chase with his 73 runs off 47 balls innings; the Windies batsman scored five boundaries and six sixes on a strike rate of 155.31 before falling on a delivery of Muhammad Sami. First Innings Multan Sultans won the toss and elected to field in their match against Islamabad United tonight. A direct hit by Shoaib Malik ended opener United's opener JP Duminy's (6) time on the crease. The early setback was diluted by Luke Ronchi as he played a knock of 58 runs off 36 balls, including six boundaries and three sixes on the strike rate of 161.11. The Kiwi batsman was dismissed by legspinner Imran Tahir as he tried to slog sweep. Alex Hales gave an easy catch to Sohaib Maqsood at the cover area when the team score was on 126. geo_embedgallery United's emerging top-order batsman Hussain Talat (36) returned to the pavilion as Kieron Pollard took his catch. A blitz of four boundaries and one six came to an end. Skipper Malik confirmed two changes in their squad as Junaid Khan and Hardus Viljoen were rested; Ross Whiteley and Umar Gul are in. Meanwhile, United also made two changes as Alex Hales and Imad Butt came in for the respective places of Steven Finn and Zafar Gohar Islamabad XI: AD Hales, L Ronchi, JP Duminy, Hussain Talat, Asif Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Misbah-ul-Haq, SR Patel, Shadab Khan, Amad Butt, Mohammad Sami. Multan XI: KC Sangakkara, Ahmed Shehzad, Sohaib Maqsood, Shoaib Malik, KA Pollard, Saif Badar, RA Whiteley, Sohail Tanvir, Imran Tahir, Mohammad Irfan, Umar Gul.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogBabar Azam's horror run continued in the final ODI, New Zealand v Pakistan, 5th ODI, Wellington, January 19, 2018/Getty Images WELLINGTON: New Zealand beat Pakistan by 15 runs in the fifth one-day international (ODI) here on Friday to clean sweep the series 5-0. Martin Guptill scored a century as Pakistan limited New Zealand to 271 for seven. Pakistan top order, however, stumbled yet again as the Green Shirts lost three quick wickets to pacer Matt Henry, with Umar Amin dismissed at 2, Fakhar Zaman at 12 and the struggling Babar Azam at 10. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/f7b3471d17234481cac5de1c750548c9.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8xOS8yMDE4IDQ6NTI6MDkgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1TbUw5NUJDZE1EbFVKRVVDL3RjNTFBPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] Pakistan lost their fourth wicket at 52, when Mohammad Hafeez was dismissed for 6. Sarfraz Ahmed was out at 3, leaving the team at 57-5. Haris Sohail and Shadab Khan anchored Pakistan's innings, preventing yet another embarrassing collapse. But their resisting stand was broken by spinner Mitchell Santner, who dismissed Haris for 63 and Shadab for 54. Late resistance by all-rounder Aamer Yamin gave Pakistan some hope of chasing down the target. He stayed not out at 32 as the tail failed to stand ground. Guptill and Colin Munro gave the hosts a flying start before Rumman Raees helped spark a mini-collapse that put the brakes on New Zealand's scoring. Martin Guptill scored a century, New Zealand v Pakistan, 5th ODI, Wellington, January 19, 2018/Getty Images Rumman's three for 67 kept the New Zealand total within reach for Pakistan ? currently at 4-0 up ? as they seek to avoid a 5-0 series whitewash. Pakistan were competitive in their last outing ? a five-wicket loss in Hamilton. "It's a used pitch and, hopefully, it's better to start with then maybe slows up a little bit," captain Kane Williamson said. Munro racked up 34 from 24 balls to get the Black Caps out of the blocks before edging to Mohammad Nawaz. Aamer Yamin had Kane Williamson caught in the deep, New Zealand v Pakistan, 5th ODI, Wellington, January 19, 2018/Getty Images While Munro's departure slowed the run rate, Guptill was content to steadily accumulate. He had a life on 72 when he slipped over mid-wicket and Faheem Ashraf missed the stumps as the batsman scrambled back to the crease on his hands and knees. It gave his innings greater urgency and he brought up his 13th ODI century off 125 balls, including 10 fours and a six. After a frustrating morning, Pakistan's attack enjoyed some late success when they took four wickets for 12 runs. "We had some good performances and hopefully we'll play well and win this game," skipper Sarfraz Ahmed said. Guptill was dismissed soon after he reached triple figures and Faheem clean-bowled Ross Taylor to end a threatening knock on 59. Colin de Grandhomme offered some resistance with an unbeaten 29 off 21 balls but Pakistan will back their chances of reaching the target of 272 in the small boundaries at the Basin Reserve. New Zealand rested paceman Trent Boult, calling up Matt Henry as a replacement. Pakistan, on the other hand, made three changes, with Umar Amin opening the batting, Mohammad Nawaz added to the bowling attack, and allrounder Aamer Yamin replacing the injured Shoaib Malik. Mohammad Amir and Hasan Ali are also not part of the match. Squads New Zealand Kane Williamson (Captain), Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Ross Taylor, Tom Latham, Henry Nicholls, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry. Pakistan Sarfraz Ahmed (Captain), Umar Amin, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Haris Sohail, Mohammad Hafeez, Faheem Ashraf, Aamer Yamin, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Rumman Raees. Umpires Chris Brown (NZL), Ruchira Palliyaguruge (SRI) TV Umpire Richard Illingworth (ENG) Match referee Richie Richardson (WIS)
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogPhoto credit: photosport.nz WELLINGTON: Kane Williamson scored a century and Tim Southee captured three wickets in a devastating spell to guide New Zealand to victory over Pakistan in a rain-shortened One Day International on Saturday. New Zealand won the match by 61 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis system to take a 1-0 lead in the five-game series while ending Pakistan´s nine-match winning streak in ODIs. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/46fcd25f4b49ce31f4a06aa4db888207.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS82LzIwMTggNTo0MjoxMyBBTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPWtETHRXdFV5MWNPNyt6UUdyWWEwWGc9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] With Williamson top scoring with 115 off 117 balls, New Zealand posted a daunting total of 315 for seven on a wet and windy day at the Basin Reserve. Pakistan were struggling at 161-6 in the 31st over when rain forced the players from the field, before play was eventually called off. Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman finished unbeaten on 82 but received little support from his teammates, who had arrived in New Zealand on a roll after winning last year´s Champions Trophy tournament. Southee rocked the tourists from the outset of their innings when he dismissed Azhar Ali and Babar Azam, both leg before wicket, in successive deliveries in the first over. Southee missed out a hat-trick but dismissed Shoaib Malik, caught behind for 13, after Mohammad Hafeez fell to a Trent Boult bouncer for one, leaving Pakistan in deep trouble at 37-4 long before the rain set in. Pakistan had won the toss and opted to field first. For more than 20 overs the umpires kept the bails off after they tired of repeatedly replacing them after they were blown away. But the wind did not appear to bother Williamson, who struck eight fours and one six in reaching his 10th ODI century after he was given a life on 26 when dropped by wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed. After sharing a 90-run partnership off 80 balls with Henry Nicholls, the end for Williamson came in the 48th over when he steered a Rumman Raees delivery to the safe hands of Hasan Ali who was central in most of the key New Zealand wickets. Hassan Ali took a total of three wickets; Colin Munroe (58) and Henry Nicholls (50) were both caught behind off Hasan who also bowled Ross Taylor for 12 to finish with three for 61. While Mohammad Amir, Rumman Raees, Faheem Ashraf, Fakhar Zaman took one each. The second match in the series is in Nelson on Tuesday. Earlier, Pakistani skipper Sarfraz Ahmed had expressed hope that his team will continue its winning streak in the five-match ODI series against New Zealand. ?We have won nine matches in a row because we are playing as a unit, not individuals,? he had mentioned, just after the toss. Pakistan made three changes in the final XI that took in Sri Lanka last October ? its most recent ODI. Opening batsman Azhar Ali returned to the side in place of Imam-ul-Haq, while fast bowling duo Rumman Raees and Mohammad Aamir are back in place of injured Imad Wasim and Usman Khan Shinwari. Teams Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed, Azhar Ali, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Hafeez, Faheem Ashraf, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali, and Rumman Raees New Zealand Kane Williamson, Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Ross Taylor, Tom Latham, Henry Nicholls, Todd Astle, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Lockie Ferguson, and Trent Boult *with additional input from Faizan Lakhani.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogThe premier met governor and chief minister of Balochistan as well as lawmakers from the province. Photo: Geo News1 ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi reached Quetta today on a daylong visit and and met the provincial government's representatives. The premier met Governor Muhammad Achakzai and Chief Minister Sanaullah Zehri as well as lawmakers from the province. He will be briefed on development projects and security situation in the province. Schools on the city's Zarghoon Road have been closed due to the VIP movement in the area. Later, chairing a meeting on the province's law and order situation, Abbasi said the sacrifices of the security forces in the war on terror will not go in vain. The meeting was attended by senior civil and military officials, including Southern Command Commander Lt Gen Asim Saleem Bajwa. The premier further said that the centre is ready to assist the province in any way it requires in the fight against terrorism. Zehri said the law and order situation has improved in the province, adding that the back of the terrorists has been broken.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsThe intense rivalry between Real Madrid and Barcelona witnessed yet another epic showdown on Sunday with the coveted La Liga title on the line. On the final day of the season, Barcelona needed a win against Eibar, and then needed Real Madrid to lose their game against Malaga to clinch this year's title. However, despite coming back from 0-2 deficit to beat Eibar 4-2, the Catalan giants couldn't stop Los Blancos from securing their 33rd Spanish league title - their first since 2011-12 - following a 2-0 win over Malaga. Takashi Inui's brace shocked Barca early in the game and allowed Eibar to earn a shock lead at Camp Nou. With Luis Enrique's farewell game in jeopardy, the hosts needed to come back strong and that's exactly what they did following an own goal from David Junca in the 63rd minute. © Reuters With Barcelona trailing 1-2, a blatant dive from Jordi Alba fooled referee Alejandro Hernandez into awarding a penalty. In what looked like a crucial opportunity, soon turned into a disappointment with Lionel Messi misfiring with his spot-kick - his first penalty miss in 10 games (all competitions) this season. Barcelona just got a penalty for this... pic.twitter.com/0LQ1VpahkQ — Futbol Vines (@6SecondFutbol) May 21, 2017 But, three minutes later, Luis Suarez, who was having a stinker of a game, scored the equaliser poking home from a few yards out after Paco Alcacer had flicked the ball towards the back post. © Reuters Soon, Enrique's men were handed another opportunity, this time, to take the lead after Ander Capa fouled Neymar to earn a red card while giving away a penalty to his opponents. Messi then atoned for his spot-kick failure earlier in the game by converting another to give Barcelona a 3-2 lead. However, Messi had saved his best for the last. Showcasing his brilliant dribbling skills, the Barcelona talisman began his run from the halfway line to eventually go past six Eibar players before slotting it past Yoel in the back of the net. Messi things. pic.twitter.com/NeGh5SiICa — nextBarca (@nextBarca) May 21, 2017 It was Messi's 37th league goal this season which also earned him his 4th Pichichi - one better than Cristiano Ronaldo. It was also the first time Messi has won the Spanish golden boot in four seasons. Unfortunately, that wasn't enough for to stop rivals Real Madrid from bagging the title this season. © Reuters Here's a look at how Twitter reacted to the final day action of La Liga: Leo Messi gets his FOURTH European Golden Boot at just 29 years of age. pic.twitter.com/fnZozDdhMU — Chef (@champ_ian) May 21, 2017 GOOOOOOAAAAALLLL !!! Lionel Messi scores his 55th goal of the season (club & country).#FCBLive #FCBEibar https://t.co/YvHnZ2PNKc — Quotes on Messi 💬 (@MessiQuote) May 21, 2017 I do wonder when Barcelona players will stop pathetically diving for penalties. Ridiculous how they get away with it. — Liam Canning (@LiamPaulCanning) May 21, 2017 Eibar winning 2-1 against Barcelona. Alba with a dive. Wins a penalty. Messi takes it and misses. This is great stuff. — RMadridHome (@RMadridHome_) May 21, 2017 Messi for FC Barcelona this season: - Games: 51 👊 - Goals: 53 ⚽️ - Assists: 21 🎯 pic.twitter.com/wZZSa6ki3E — Leo Messi (@messi10stats) May 21, 2017 Real Madrid have been in 3 of the last 4 Champions League finals and yet, nobody mentions them in the same breath as Pep's Barcelona. — Chris Millington (@ChrisMilIington) May 21, 2017 HISTORY: Messi has scored 7 braces consecutively in his last 7 La Liga home games. pic.twitter.com/Y0j5TCCGzB — Leo Messi (@messi10stats) May 21, 2017 "Barcelona fans mock Ronaldo for scoring penalties. Real Madrid fans mock Messi for missing them." — Mike Platania (@MikePlatania) May 21, 2017 Congratulations to Real Madrid on winning the 2016-17 La Liga. — FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) May 21, 2017