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  1. Arguably one of the most iconic sportspersons in the country, Mahendra Singh Dhoni enjoys unmatched popularity and love from cricket fans in India. From his impeccable leadership skills, lightning quick glovework to majestic batting, Dhoni, over the years, has managed to carve a niche of his own. Whether he's on the field or off it, the Jharkhand cricketer is chased by fans who seek their moment of the spotlight in the company of the star cricketer. The 2nd One-Day International (ODI) between India and Australia, once again, brought Dhoni's ever-growing fanbase to the fore. © AP After posting a below-par total of 250 runs, the Indian cricketers were making their way on the field when a pitch invader got his moment of stardom. Breaching the security at the Vidarbha Cricket Association stadium in Nagpur, the fan made his way towards Dhoni who decided to give him a run for his money. Resiting the advances of the fan, Dhoni dodged the poor man who was seen wearing a white jersey that had 'Thala' written on the back alongside MSD's jersey no. 7. The former Indian captain hid behind Rohit Sharma for a while before sprinting ahead towards the pitch. After playing 'cat & mouse' with the fan, Dhoni eventually made his day by giving him a warm hug. I proudly stan this man, MS Dhoni.. pic.twitter.com/rbAoVKfvZF — amrozi (@denissesque) March 5, 2019 Earlier, in the match, India were bowled out for 250 runs following a brilliant 116-run knock by skipper Virat Kohli. The Indian captain brought up his 40th ODI hundred, becoming only the second man after Sachin Tendulkar (49) to achieve the feat. He also became the sixth player to score 9,000 runs in international cricket as captain, leaving Ricky Ponting behind. While Kohli achieved the milestone in 159 innings, Ponting took 203 innings to reach there. Apart from Kohli, Vijay Shankar proved his batting credentials with a crucial knock of 46 runs. He also stitched an 81-run partnership with Kohli for the fourth wicket. It proved to be a bad day for the likes of Dhoni and Rohit Sharma who both got dismissed on golden ducks during India's innings.
  2. In 2018, a depleted Indian cricket team snatched victory from the jaws of defeat in the Nidahas Trophy final in Sri Lanka. The thrilling victory against Bangladesh will be remembered for two things: Dinesh Karthik's match-winning knock and Vijay Shankar's struggles. While the former turned the tide in India's favour with a stunning batting display, the latter's sluggish innings almost cost his side the game and trophy. Following India's emphatic triumph, while Karthik was being hailed for his batting prowess, Shankar became the subject of immense criticism on the social media. Since that match, a lot has changed, but cricket fans still won't let poor Shankar catch a break. Every time he comes on to bat or sprints in to bowl, social media trolls patiently wait for the Indian allrounder to stutter in a bid to remind him of his debacle in Sri Lanka. Lately, as India continues to tinker with their batting line-up in a bid to find best possible alternatives for the ICC World Cup, Shankar has often been seen batting higher up the order to the sheer displeasure of the trolls. © BCCL On 5th March, Shankar was once again sent ahead of Kedar Jadhav and MS Dhoni at the No. 5 slot against Australia in the 2nd One-Day International (ODI) in Nagpur. But, as the trolls geared up to fire volleys at him, Shankar, owing to a brilliant batting display, made them eat their own words. Coming out to bat, with India reeling at 75/3, the right-handed batsman gave adequate support to his skipper Virat Kohli as the duo stabilised the innings for their side with a pivotal 81-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Striking at over 112, the 28-year-old scored a crucial 46 runs, including five fours and a six to aid the hosts. He was on his way to what would've been a well-deserved fifty before getting dismissed in the most unfortunate manner. In the 29th over, Adam Zampa tossed it up to Kohli who smashed it straight back before the bowler got some fingertips to the ball that eventually crashed onto the stumps at the non-striker's end, catching Shankar short at the crease. © Twitter/BCCI The right-hander had played just five ODIs before this game, with 45 being his highest score. But, it was arguably during this innings that Shankar looked at his fluent best, proving his credentials as a batsman. Thus, there was no surprise to see the cricket bigwigs and fans lauding his batting effort on social media. Forget Vijay Shankar the all rounder, let's focus on Vijay Shankar the batsman. That innings of 46 was oozing class. ðððð#AUSvIND — Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) March 5, 2019 Undortunate end to Vijay Shankar's innings. But he's been very impressive today, which wouldn't have been lost on his partner and captain — Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) March 5, 2019 Vijay Shankar's batting will be the talk of the town in the IPL. Will play some match winning knocks this season. Early call. #SRH #IPL — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) March 5, 2019 Vijay Shankar has been extremely impressive. This is who he is. A quality batsman who can give you a few overs. — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) March 5, 2019 Late starter in ODI cricket, Vijay Shankar making a strong surge for a place in the World Cup squad — Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) March 5, 2019 Waiting for someone appreciate Vijay Shankar Pure class innings ððð — Vishal (@VishalVeera1) March 5, 2019 Maybe VijayShankar at 4 is the answer to the problem at 4? — Priyatham (@priyathamr) March 5, 2019 Vijay Shankar utilized his opportunity to the fullest, coming ahead of Dhoni is always a special thing for any all rounders. Some shots around the park, but a unfortunate way to get dismissed. — Subham NAndi (@Nandi_Subham918) March 5, 2019 He should be preferred over Raydu..rayadu is too inconsistent and does not deserve to be No 4 of No 1 team!!even on his best day he is 70 material!! — Uttam Vijay (@goforgloryuttam) March 5, 2019 One thing i liked about him is his ability to shift gears easily.. — ALEX 2.0 (@kokokoshy) March 5, 2019 Would have him at no. 4 — Skinhead Rooney (@centreleft123) March 5, 2019 That was some inning...how about trying @vijayshankar260 at 4 instead of rayudu..i'm sure he must have impressed the captain at the other end.. #INDvAUS #AUSvIND — Vatsal Patel ð®ð³ (@vatsalpatel1511) March 5, 2019
  3. For a team that recorded historic win in Tests before winning the ODI series Down Under, the Indian cricket team got a stark reminder of Australia's capabilities in the first Twenty20 International (T20I) following their three-wicket loss in Visakhapatnam. Barring KL Rahul, none of India's batting superstars stepped up as they stuttered to a mediocre total of 126 runs. The Indian bowlers tried to put up a brave fight despite few runs to play for, but in the end, Umesh Yadav's 14-run final over saw Australia to eke out a thrilling win and allowed them to take a 1-0 lead in the two-match T20I series. Going into the 2nd T20I, the Indian cricket team needs to put their best foot forward as they take on the visitors in the must-win clash at the M Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru. But, while the hosts aim to bounce back in a bid to level the series, some of India's biggest superstars will also fancy notching up individual records. © BCCL The likes of Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni and Rohit Sharma are all in fray to etch their name in the history books with the potential individual records they can achieve during the 2nd T20I on 27th February. Rohit is on the verge of shattering the record for most sixes in the shortest format. The Mumbai batsman has slammed 102 sixes in 86 T20I innings so far. He is just two 'big hits' away from overtaking the likes of Chris Gayle and Martin Guptill who are currently tied at the top in the list of most sixes in T20Is. The 31-year-old is already leading the list of Indian batsmen with most sixes in T20Is. The nearest person to his tally of T20I sixes (in India) is Yuvraj Singh who boasts of 74 maximums in 51 innings in the shortest format. He is way ahead from the likes of Dhoni and Kohli who have 49 sixes in 84 innings and 48 'big hits' in 61 innings respectively. © BCCL Both, Kohli and Dhoni might be behind Rohit in the list of most T20I sixes, but, going into today's clash, the duo will be seen competing in a race of their own. The two cricketers are on the verge of bringing up a half-century of sixes in T20Is. And, with Dhoni needing just one and Kohli requiring two 'big hits', it'll be interesting to see who reaches the milestone first. While the individual milestones wouldn't really be on their minds, these three vital cricketers will be eager to produce an improved performance to help their side level the T20I series against Australia today.
  4. The wee hours of 26th February witnessed the Indian Air Force (IAF) pulling off a brave operation that was carried out across the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan. A group of 12 Mirage 2000 aircrafts carried out swift air strikes to eliminate multiple terror camps and launch pads. The Indian fighter jets dropped bombs weighing 1,000 kgs in a 21-minute operation that resulted in the elimination of the biggest terror camp of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) in Balakot. India's retaliatory strike came in the wake of the dastardly suicide attack in Pulwama, that claimed the lives of more than 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel. Ever since the news of India's so-called 'surgical strike 2.0' surfaced, everyone has been saluting the IAF for successfully carrying out the brave operation. #India struck biggest training camp of Jaish-e-Mohammad in Balakot; a very large number of terrorists, trainers, senior commanders and fidayeenjihadis were eliminated: Sh Vijay Gokhale, Foreign Secretary pic.twitter.com/D8kk4gWfWI — PIB India (@PIB_India) February 26, 2019 While some hailed the Indian fighter pilots for avenging the Pulwama martyrs, others took immense pride in India's new approach of tackling fire by fire. Amid all the congratulatory messages, the sports fraternity wasn't far behind either. From Virender Sehwag to Saina Nehwal, the Indian sports fraternity was seen joining the chorus in lauding the IAF. IAF's pre-dawn strike across the border also evoked a response from Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli, who will be seen leading his side against Australia in the 2nd T20I on 27th February. Taking to Facebook, Kohli shared a picture of himself alongside his teammates in what appears to be a training session. The Indian skipper captioned the image with the popular phrase: "How's the Josh?". The phrase comes from the Bollywood flick, 'Uri - The Surgical Strike' - a dramatised account of the Indian Army's retaliation to the 2016 Uri attack in the valley. Going by the mood in the country, it wasn't hard to guess what Kohli was trying to say with his social media post. But, it was great to see the Indian captain drawing inspiration from the IAF to motivate himself and his team going into the second and final T20I - a must-win game that'll help the hosts in levelling the series.
  5. Winning a title is not easy. It surely takes a lot to outwit the rivals and eventually rise to the top before claiming the top honours. But, then comes the hard part - defending the title. The history of successful title defences in the Premier League highlights how tough it is for a club to defend their crown. But, every now and then, there comes a bunch of spirited players who combine to aid their team in the elusive title defence, making them a cut above the rest. That was the story of Vidarbha cricket team in the Ranji Trophy this season. Having won their first-ever Ranji Trophy title in the 2017-18 season, Vidarbha, unlike some of the best sides in the tournament, embarked on what turned out to be a commendable campaign this season. The Faiz Fazal-led side faced a stern test when they booked a date with Saurashtra in the tournament's final. But, staying true to their character, the defending champions edged-past Saurashtra to secure a 78-run win and, in the process, claimed their second Ranji Trophy title. © Twitter Every title defence needs heroes, and the man who stepped up for Vidarbha was undoubtedly Aditya Sarwate whose sensational figures of 11-157 and a 49-run knock in the second innings ensured Saurashtra suffered their third heartbreak in the final in the last seven Ranji Trophy seasons. Bowled out for 312 runs in the first innings, Vidarbha were aided by their spin-bowling duo of Sarwate and Akshay Wakhare. While Sarwate clinched a five-for at the expense of 98 runs, Wakhare, too, contributed towards his team's cause with figures of 4-80. As the two spinners spun a web around the opposition batsmen, Saurashtra were eventually bundled out for 307 runs in the first innings. Taking a slender five-run lead, Vidarbha ran into all sorts of trouble in the second innings. Riding on the heroics of Dharmendrasinh Jadeja (6-96), the Saurashtra bowling unit did their side a huge favour by bowling their opponents out for just 200 runs. Saurashtra would've fancied their chances after being given a 206-run target, but Sarwate had other plans. Congrats Vidarbha on retaining the Ranji Trophy. One win may be construed an aberration, two in a row is sign of prowess ðð — Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) February 7, 2019 Vidarbha's left-arm spinner struck early on and sent Snell Patel packing at just 12 runs. Then, Sarwate dismissed Harvik Desai (8) before trapping big fish Cheteshwar Pujara (0) in front of the stumps to claim two scalps in one over. Later, the likes of Kamlesh Makvana, Vishvaraj Jadeja and Jaydev Unadkat also became the victims of Sarwate's spin wizardry. As Sarwate claimed six wickets in the second innings, Saurashtra were capitulated for a mere 127 runs, losing the contest and a chance to improve on their history in the finals. For a man who had never claimed a 10-wicket haul, Sarwate couldn't have claimed the feat on a better day or occasion than the Ranji Trophy final. © Twitter Apart from putting his best foot forward in the all-important final, Sarwate has been a vital cog for Vidarbha throughout their commendable season. The 29-year-old finished the tournament with a staggering 55 wickets in 11 matches, including best figures of 11-157 that came in the final. He also boasts of six fifers and a 10-wicket haul, alongside an impressive economy rate of under three runs. Well done Vidarbha! What a success story this has been...Vidarbha cricket. ðððððð#RanjiTrophy — Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) February 7, 2019 If anyone saw the final, they'd agree that the contest was pretty close with both the teams fighting their way back at several points in the match. But, in the end, it was Sarwate - the 'Player of the Match' - who spun a web around Saurashtra's batting line-up to make Vidarbha only the sixth team in history to successfully defend a Ranji Trophy title.
  6. Even after Shaun Marsh's absolute beauty of a performance, the heroics of Indian cricket team's captain, Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni along with the crucial role played by wicketkeeper and batsman, Dinesh Kartik proved to be too much for the Aussies to handle as India won the second ODI to tie the series at 1-1. While Kohli's 39th career ODI century was more of a necessity than an occasion for celebration, it was Dhoni who played like he once used to, during his prime, and put on a show to stun critics both overseas and here in India who were sceptical of the inclusion of the former skipper in the ODI roster for the series Down Under and the speculations of him being a part of the 2019 ICC World Cup team instead of Rishabh Pant, as he ended the match in a great fashion with a six to tie the game and then a single to seal the victory in the final over. It all seemed to be just like any other classic win for the Men in Blue until a video of MS Dhoni taking, what is called a 'short-run', popped up on the ever-so-resourceful internet. Did anyone notice that dhoni actually didn't complete the run here? pic.twitter.com/F9KjKiFILc — neich (@neicho32) January 15, 2019 In the video, it appears as if the batsman walked across the pitch for a single but didn't touch the crease with his bat to complete the run. According to the 'Laws of Cricket' (1744) the rule to complete a 'run' requires for the batsman to touch the crease or the area behind the line. If the batsman fails to do so, the run does not count. "If either umpire considers that one or both batsmen deliberately ran short at that umpire's end, the umpire concerned shall, when the ball is dead, call and signal Short run and inform the other umpire of what has occurred,” reads the ICC rulebook. If the umpires feel that the short-run taken by the player is deliberate, they are entitled to tax the offender's team of five runs as penalty. Although, the suspected short-run taken by Dhoni looks completely nonintentional, it could have had some serious consequences, getting him run-out had the bowler realised, being one of them. Run out chance missed! — Sameer Kumar Bhoi (@ImSKBhoi) January 16, 2019 But, somehow, the on-ground umpires and even the third umpire missed the short-run completely and gave the run to Dhoni. It's the small things that matter, isn't it?
  7. A powerful performance by Australian hitter Shaun Marsh helped his team establish a sturdy total of 298 runs to give a tough battle to the Men in Blue in the second ODI at the Adelaide Oval today. Compared to the first ODI, India's opening batsmen Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan gave their team a much required partnership. Although, not very impressive when it comes runs, the Dhawan-Sharma combo did provide a sense of stability to the batting order on which Virat Kohli later capitalised. ð¯ð#KingKohli brings up his 39th ODI century ðð#AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/pDPx1vXMtH — BCCI (@BCCI) January 15, 2019 Despite the attacks put up by bowlers like Jason Behrendorff and Glenn Maxwell, Indian skipper Virat Kohli was not only able to control the pace of the game with his bat but was also able to score his 39th career ODI century, now just ten less than master blaster Sachin Tendulkar's record of 49 ODI tons. However, the cream of the cake on India's victory was the evergreen former captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni whose versatility as a player enabled him to become whatever the team required him to be during the various stages of the match. Take, for instance, the time when Kohli was setting the tone for the game, Dhoni was able to stay on the pitch in order to prevent the rapid falling of wickets and tried to give Kohli as many deliveries as he could, in order to get his ton and get them closer to the target. And when Kohli was dismissed by Glenn Maxwell off Jhye Richardson, Dhoni, along with Dinesh Kartik, successfully took the responsibility of becoming the scorer and bringing in the win for his team in order to tie the three-game ODI series at one win apiece. A last over thriller in Adelaide. #TeamIndia clinch the 2nd ODI by 6 wickets courtesy winning touches from @imVkohli @msdhoni & @DineshKarthik. 1-1 ð®ð³ð®ð³ #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/aMI0q5Bhaj — BCCI (@BCCI) January 15, 2019 What's rather special about this game was the way in which Dhoni led the squad to victory. Just like nearly a decade ago, when a young MS Dhoni, with his long hair, would have ended the game by sending the ball flying into the spectators for a six, the present-day Dhoni did the same. Sending one over the long-on boundary on Behrendorff's first ball of the final over, Dhoni tied the game and also brought up his 69th half-century. He then took a single on the next ball to win it all for India. With a lot of people blaming the batsman for the first ODI loss and the notion of him not being a part and being replaced by the young and dynamic Rishabh Pant in the World Cup roster, Dhoni's game-winning play is a befitting response. This is classic Dhoni who doesn't react to hate and criticism with his mouth, but lets his bat do the talking. Here's what India had to say: Picture abhi baaki hai mere Dost ! Wonderful innings from Virat. Dhoni and Karthik finishing it in style. Will need more matches with 4-5-6 playing handy match-winning knocks. pic.twitter.com/YHdwJ0G59X — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) January 15, 2019 MS Dhoni right now. #AusvInd pic.twitter.com/GpjvMr8d7f — SAGAR (@sagarcasm) January 15, 2019 From " Switch off the TV when Sachin is Out" To " Keep The TV on till DHONI is there we all grew up" #DHONI is back ð¥ð¥ð¥pic.twitter.com/hk0CGFQ6gs — Sudip Lodh (@lodh979) January 15, 2019 Meanwhile #Dhoni Haters ðððpic.twitter.com/aBFVJGumoT — Sir Jadeja (@SirJadeja) January 15, 2019 He may be past his prime, but MS Dhoni is by no means finished as a finisherhttps://t.co/qtSpUvCc6i #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/di4nhwkGjb — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) January 15, 2019 MS Dhoni, Whattey Selfish Player. Walks in at 160/3 at 30.4, when Team needed 139 off 116 balls. Plays a run ball fifty, gets a not out to increase his average as well !! Oh yes he guided the Team for a win, but that's not important. He played for his milestones. #Dhoni #MSD — Prabhu (@Cricprabhu) January 15, 2019 Nothing feels better than Dhoni winning us matches by hitting sixes in the last overs. Nostalgia at peak. â¤ï¸ God bless you, Mahi. Aise hi khelte raho WC tak and then hang your boots with another trophy in the hands. — R! (@WeirdlyProbable) January 15, 2019
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  9. So, France won their second ever World Cup after defeating Croatia in Moscow, in what has been widely considered as one of the best Final games in history. While the French might have come through thick and thin during this tournament and courtesy to their brilliant crop of players, one man who has been majorly responsible for their rise to World dominance has been their manager, Didier Deschamps. Deschamps has been their manager since Laurent Blanc left his position as French manager after the 2014 World Cup, but since that time, Deschamps has taken this team to consecutive Final appearances in major tournaments, in the Euros in 2016 and now at the World Cup in Russia, where they finally won. Breaking The Jinx © Reuters Deschamps has been in football management for more than a 15 years now, since retiring as a player. Deschamps has been the 'Man Of Many Finals' during his career, both as a player and as a manager. During his time as a player, he and his teams had reached the Champions League final six times, winning it twice. Also, captaining France to their maiden World Cup title back in 1998, and then winning the European Championships in 2000. His first season as a manager also saw him take his Team Monaco to the Champions League Final, which they lost back in 2003/04. After a substantial gap of more than 13-years, Deschamps, now manager of France, took his place in another final at the European Championships only to lose out to Portugal. The World Cup Final win means that Deschamps has finally broken his 'finals' jinx, which has been running the rule over him for more than 20 years now, and he certainly would like to continue winning more titles for his beloved nation. Joins The Elite Club © Reuters As France lifted their second World Cup title, Deschamps entered an elite club of footballers. Deschamps now joins an exclusive club, which so far has only featured two legends of the game. He now joins, Mario Zagallo, who won two World Cups as a player with Brazil, one as their manager and another as their assistant manager; and Franz Beckenbauer, who wrote German football history by becoming only the second person to win the titles both as player and manager. Didier Deschamps thus becomes the only third person to do so. Had he won the European Championships back in 2016, he would have become the only manager to have a unique double of the Euros and World Cup, both as a player and manager.
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