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  1. Tamim Iqbal replaces Mashrafe Mortaza who stepped down as captain earlier this week
  2. Mushfiqur had cited safety concerns to skip the first two parts of a three-leg tour of Pakistan
  3. Even since the ICC U19 World Cup final between India and Bangladesh, so much has happened in the past couple of days that we actually donât know how to feel about either of the sides. Bangladesh lift the ICC U19 World Cup trophy for the first time!#U19CWC | #INDvBAN | #FutureStars pic.twitter.com/h9Ol7Btdha â Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) February 9, 2020 Yes there was a lot of sledging during the game, heated arguments took place on the pitch and players from both teams used some NSFW words which is kind of shocking and unfortunate to hear, considering that these players are the future of the game and will be considered to be role models for the generations to come. However, a lot of good also came out of the clash. We got to know about the heart-touching story of Bangladeshi skipper Akbar Ali who lost his sister while he was away representing his country and how it spurred the wicket-keeper batsman to play a captainâs knock to bring home their first-ever U19 World Cup trophy. And we also learnt to appreciate our very own Wasim Jaffer who, as the batting coach of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB)âs performance academy in Mirpur in 2019, played a key role in converting players like Ali and Shahdat Hossain into world-class batsmen. And now, the official Twitter handle of Cricket World Cup has uploaded a video in which the members of the Bangladeshi team went out of their way to pick up trash off the field while taking their victory lap. TRUE CHAMPIONS Bangladesh players, during their victory lap, pick up and move aside the litter thrown onto the field! Classy. #U19CWC | #FutureStars pic.twitter.com/JJV17MbDZK â Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) February 10, 2020 Watching the young cricketers losing out on their time to celebrate the win only to leave the ground a cleaner place, got the Twitter world talking about the Young Tigers: True champions.....itâs a shame,the Indians could learn a thing or two from the Bangladeshi team....well played Bangladeshi you give a India a dam good hiding 𤣠â Khalid (@Khal1212) February 10, 2020Huge respect for these lads. Not only the will to win personified but gracious & courteous too â peter hollman (@hollers63) February 10, 2020Seriously i was surprised to see this, those are just kids â Muhammad Junaidðµð° (@TheJunaidz) February 10, 2020Best in class example - keep it up Tigers.. â Zillur Rahman (@ZillurMunna71) February 10, 2020well done Bangladesh u19 team u win both fight with bat and with hand love from pakistan god bless all of u â Malikaliraza (@Malikal92701079) February 10, 2020While the match did not end on a good note this gesture by Team Bangladesh was clearly a masterstroke, which surely helped them get quite a lot of fans even after the tournament. View the full article
  4. Naseem Shah awarded player of the match award for his four wickets, including a hat-trick
  5. The final match of the ICC U19 World Cup 2020 had more twists and turns than an Abbas-Mustan movie. First, the Indian batting order, that had been exceptional throughout the tournament, failed to take their side over the 200-run mark. Then the Indian bowlers, especially Ravi Bishnoi, went on a four-wicket streak to bring the Boys in Blue back in contention. After that, Bangladeshi opener Parvez Hossain Emon had to go away with a hamstring cramp only to come back and play a match-winning knock. Character separates the big -match player and just a player.Ravi Bishnoi pic.twitter.com/3UNmITofpM â Anish dalavi (@Anishdalavi14) February 9, 2020 The rains also played a disruptorâs role and prolonged the suspense of who would bring home the trophy. But there was one thing that remained constant during the entire timeline of the clash and that was the constant trash-talking and verbal altercations between the hot-headed players from both teams. Be it Bishnoi teasing Emon to connect with the ball while abusing him with no second thoughts or Shoriful Islam getting under the skin of Priyam Gargâs strikers during the first innings with a pesky smile on his face, where you could cut the tension with a knife. Watch: Shoriful Islamâs Inappropriate Send-Off for Yashasvi Jaiswal Cricket world has witnessed the famous celebration of Kesrick Williamson and Sheldon Cottrell after taking the wickets of rivals. Well, there is a new star who has come up with a uniqu... https://t.co/OVLk7aGtCG pic.twitter.com/EbQM2D8QKj â HAFEEZ PARDESI (@VOICE_2U) February 9, 2020 And if you have been a part of such altercations in your life, you know there will be a time when the mounted tension and the passive aggression is about to vent and for the two teams, the time came after Rakibul Hasan chipped it over mid-wicket for a single and Bangladesh officially won their maiden U19 title. Bangladesh lift the ICC U19 World Cup trophy for the first time!#U19CWC | #INDvBAN | #FutureStars pic.twitter.com/h9Ol7Btdha â Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) February 9, 2020 As the entire Bangladeshi roster ran into the field to celebrate the victory, you could see a couple of players from both India and Bangladesh pushing and shoving each other while the officials had to step in and separate the two parties. The umpires had a lot of additional responsibilities during the match to make sure that the situation remained calm and within decorum but the physical altercation surely got out of hand. Former South Africna cricketer, JP Duminy shared a video of the incident while congratulation the Young Tigers on their historical win but the footage also happened to catch the moment when the fight began: Amazing scenes here in Potchefstroom as Bangladesh pull off a miraculous victory and are the u/19 world champions.. well fought india.. standard of cricket today and throughout this tournament has been world class.. congrats Bangladesh #U19WorldCup #FutureStars pic.twitter.com/JD7re0KLo2 â JP Duminy (@jpduminy21) February 9, 2020 Check out another angle of the quarrel: Shameful end to a wonderful game of cricket. #U19CWCFinal pic.twitter.com/b9fQcmpqbJ â Sameer Allana (@HitmanCricket) February 9, 2020Yes, it is true that these were just the Under-19 teams and you could say that the adrenaline got the better of them but to think that these athletes are the future of the game and will be seen as the flagbearer of the game of cricket at an international level within a couple of years is rather unfortunate. I hope that while their skills continue to improve, their temper does too. View the full article
  6. Set 178 to win, Bangladesh slumped to 106 for six before captain Akbar Ali got them back on track
  7. Babar Azam's 143 was his fifth Test hundred and a masterclass of attractive batting.
  8. Photo: AFPThe Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) on Saturday announced their 15-man squad for the upcoming three-match T20I series against Pakistan. Opener Tamim Iqbal returns after skipping a home series against Afghanistan and Zimbabwe and a tour in India. Mosaddek Hossain, Arafat Sunny, Taijul Islam and Abu Hider have been dropped from the squad. It is pertinent to mention here that wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has declined to visit Pakistan for the forthcoming series on account of security concerns. Read more: Five members of Bangladesh's coaching staff withdraw from Pakistan tour The Tigers will play three T20Is in Lahore from January 24-27. Bangladesh T20I squad Mahmudullah (captain) Tamim Iqbal Soumya Sarkar Naim Sheikh, Najmul Hossain Shanto Liton Kumer Das MD Mithun Afif Hossain Dhrubo Mahedi Hasan Aminul Islam Biplob Mustafizur Rahman Shafiul Islam Al-Amin Hossain Rubel Hossain Hasan Mahmud
  9. Pakistan last hosted a major ICC tournament (the World Cup) in 1996. — Photo: FileBuoyed by successfully hosting Sri Lanka and convincing Bangladesh to tour as well, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has now set its sights on bringing a major cricket tournament to the country. Manu Sawhney, the chief executive of the International Cricket Council (ICC), is expected in Pakistan on a two-day visit from Jan 22 to 23. Daily Jang, citing its sources, has reported that PCB officials will explore the possibility of bringing a major ICC tournament to Pakistan between 2023 and 2031. The Urdu daily further states that there will be eight men’s and as many women’s ICC tournaments during the nine-year period mentioned above. The same time period will also accommodate four U-19 tournaments. The PCB, in the light of its recent achievements, is hoping to have done enough to gain the trust of the rest of the cricketing world. And although decisions on tournament rights are decided in ICC meetings, the PCB is planning to lay the groundwork when Sawhney visits Pakistan next week. The PCB has set up Sawhney’s meetings with federal minister Fehmida Mirza as well as officials of the interior ministry. He will also be given a security briefing. The exercise, the PCB believes, will help it in bringing top cricketing nations to Pakistan, while its long-term target remains on securing the right to host a major tournament. Pakistan last hosted a major ICC tournament (the World Cup) in 1996. In 2008, it hosted the Asia Cup — an event regulated by the Asian Cricket Council.
  10. Yasir Hussain thanks Bangladesh for Pakistan tourPakistani actor Yasir Hussain has thanked Bangladesh for playing cricket series in Pakistan. Bangladesh on Tuesday agreed to play two Tests, three Twenty20 Internationals and a one-off One-day International in Pakistan. Yasir took to Instagram and thanked Bangladesh for their decision. He wrote “Thank You Bangladesh”. The Baandi actor tied the knot to Iqra Aziz on December 28, 2019, and the couple is currently enjoying their honeymoon in Sri Lanka. Bangladesh announced their decision after a meeting between Ehsan Mani, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman and Nazmul Hassan, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) President at the ICC headquarters in Dubai. Also present at the meeting was ICC Chairman Shaskank Manoha, who facilitated the talks between PCB and BCB. Bangladesh Tour Schedule: 24 January: 1st T20I, Lahore 25 Jan: 2nd T20I, Lahore 27 Jan: 3rd T20I, Lahore 7-11 Feb: 1st Test, Rawalpindi 3 Apr: One-off ODI, Karachi 5-9 Apr: 2nd Test, Karachi
  11. Bangladesh have said no on Sunday to a proposal by Pakistan to play a full Test series later this month, saying they will only tour the country to play three T20Is Bangladesh Cricket Board President Nazmul Hassan said the recent tension in the Middle East between Iran and the United States was the main reason behind the decision as the government had given the board permission to send the team only for a short period. "The current state in the Middle East is definitely different than other times. So considering escalating tension in that particular region, they (the government) have told us to keep the tour as short as possible," Hassan told reporters in Dhaka after a meeting of the BCB board. "They (government authorities) have told us to play the three Twenty20s as quickly as possible in a short period. Later, if the situation improves, we can play the Test matches. We are going to communicate the same thing to Pakistan Cricket Board," he said. According to the ICC´s Future Tour Programme, Bangladesh are scheduled to play three T20 internationals and two Tests in Pakistan in January-February. The BCB had earlier made a similar proposal to play T20s in Pakistan, but the PCB had rejected their offer. The PCB wants Bangladesh to play Test matches if Bangladesh are to make the series short as the two Tests are also part of the ICC Test Championship. The BCB president said he will be flying to Dubai on Monday to discuss with ICC chairman Shashank Manohar about the possible implications of skipping the Test series against Pakistan. Test cricket returned to Pakistan in December for the first time since 2009 when the country hosted Sri Lanka for two matches, held in Rawalpindi and Karachi.
  12. Photo: ReutersKARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Thursday announced that it was expecting to sign an agreement with its Bangladeshi counterpart in a few days regarding the latter's tour — scheduled later this month. According to the proposed schedule, the PCB intended to host three T20 matches and two Test matches, which would be part of the ICC World Test Championship. However, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) have not been too keen about the idea and, instead, proposed that the team take part in a shorter format and play Test series on neutral ground. The BCB also did not provide any formal reason for their suggestion. On the other hand, sources said Bangladesh, like Sri Lanka, wish to spend as little time as possible in Pakistan. Read more: If they go, I go: Bangladesh head coach on touring Pakistan Sources close to the PCB have said the board maintained its original stance to prioritise Test cricket over a T20 series as it was need of the hour for Pakistan. The dates Bangladesh proposed for a Test series were not suitable as they would fall in the month of Ramadan, the sources said. Another suggestion was for to schedule one Test match and while the number of T20s be increased to three, they added. 'If team is given clearance, then I'll go'Bangladesh head coach Russell Domingo had said he had no issues touring Pakistan, provided the BCB agreed to send their national team. "If the team is given clearance to go, then I will go. If the team isn’t given clearance, then I definitely won’t go," Domingo had said in an interview with New Age. Bangladesh were scheduled to play three T20Is and two Tests later in January; however, doubts over the tour surfaced when BCB President Nazmul Hassan said certain members of the fraternity were uncertain of the tour.
  13. Bangladesh are expected to play three T20Is in Lahore before a two-Test series against Pakistan. Photo: Scoreline DHAKA: Bangladesh are ready to play T20 Internationals in Pakistan next month but the Test series must take place in a neutral venue, the chief executive of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), Nizamuddin Chowdhury, said. Test cricket returned to Pakistan after a decade with a two-Test series against Sri Lanka earlier this month. Rawalpindi and Karachi hosted Pakistan’s first Tests on home soil since a militant attack on Sri Lanka’s team bus in Lahore in 2009. Enthused by the smooth staging of the series, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced its team would no more play their ‘home’ matches abroad as has been the practice with Test teams shunning the country citing safety concerns. Read also: Would be a 'huge disappointment' if Bangladesh don't play in Pakistan, says Misbah PCB’s assertion notwithstanding, Bangladesh remain wary of touring Pakistan for a lengthy period, Chowdhury told the Daily Star newspaper. “We stand firm on our ground. We only want to play T20Is in Pakistan,” the BCB CEO was quoted as saying. “The stakeholders related to the series do not want us to play longer-version cricket in Pakistan,” Nizamuddin said. Bangladesh are expected to play three T20 Internationals in Lahore before a two-Test series against Pakistan who completed a 1-0 series victory against Sri Lanka on Monday. “Actually, we have no other option here. We can play the T20Is but if we are to play tests then it should be in a neutral venue,” Nizamuddin added. Read also: Bangladesh Cricket Board yet to decide on touring Pakistan PCB chairman Ehsan Mani has hinted raising the matter with the governing International Cricket Council should Bangladesh refuse to play the Tests in Pakistan. “No one should be under any misapprehension as to where Pakistan’s home Tests will take place,” Mani told reporters on Monday. “All of Pakistan’s matches, against Bangladesh or anyone else, will take place in Pakistan. “I still hope the BCB will reflect on the matter and accept there is no reason for them not to visit Pakistan.”
  14. Yet another Test match is in the record books and the Indian cricket team remain unbeaten in the ICC World Test Championship. They are sitting at the top of the list with 300 points while New Zealand in second place just have 60 points. The latest addition to India's win column came against a below-average Bangladesh side that got defeated by an entire innings and 130 runs in the first of a two-match Test series in Indore. #TeamIndia go one up in the series, and that's another big heap of points on the board in the World Test Championship. Well done, boys ð¥ð¥#INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/klYjOQxCKy — BCCI (@BCCI) November 16, 2019 However, we can't take anything away from the fact that a 28-year-old Mayank Agarwal played the knock of his life as he went on to score 243 runs off 330 deliveries, a career-best. There is no stopping this fella. @mayankcricket brings up his 2nd Double ð¯ with a Maximum ð¥ pic.twitter.com/aI21CyAdYn — BCCI (@BCCI) November 15, 2019 But how important of a role did the Indian Captain, Virat Kohli play in Agarwal's double-century? Although the Bengal Tigers got the best of Kohli and got him back-paddling towards the dressing room after a rare duck in the longest format of the game, the skipper decided to help the team and his teammates as a coach and a motivational factor. When Agarwal raised his bat in celebration of his 150, Kohli pushed him to aim to double his score. He raised two fingers and motivated him to go for that double-ton. Unsurprisingly, when Agarwal was able to achieve that feat, Kohli raised three fingers and challenged him to try for a triple-ton. Virat Kohli asking Agarwal to go for double Century after he completed 150 and Mayank said "Roger That, Captain" #INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/l0gSNTZlgs — Aaftab Alam â¤ï¸ð®ð³ (@SRKian_Aaftab) November 15, 2019 While the opener was unable to follow through with that final challenge, his 243-run innings is worth all the recognition. After India wrapped up the entire Bangladesh batting lineup on the third day for the second time, the Indian skipper was asked about the episode and Kohli shared why he pushed his batsman so hard. View this post on Instagram "Don't want others to make the mistakes I made as a youngster" - @virat.kohli on pushing @mayankagarawal to score double tonð A post shared by Team India (@indiancricketteam) on Nov 16, 2019 at 5:11am PST “I know how much time it took me to get those big hundreds,” said the Captain. “I know the importance of getting big runs and when the guy is in the moment, it is important as a senior batter to let them know that 'you need to focus, you need to keep going," he added. “Once you put down a marker, the guy sets guard again and it just helps the team overall,” Kohli explained his target-based challenges for Agarwal. “I want the guys to not make the mistakes that I made as a youngster and learn from them quickly so that they can be world-class players very soon," he said. Even though he did not make an impact on India's scorecard, Kohli made it sure that as the leader of the locker room and on the field, he was there for his teammates and junior players who were looking for that anchor that would keep them focused amidst the gruelling task that Test cricket can become. Such instances clearly show how far Kohli has come along as an international cricketer and worked immensely on his leadership. Once considered to be not a very good captain as compared to someone like Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Kohli has definitely made good on his commitment. View the full article
  15. NAGPUR, India: Bangladesh skipper Mahmudullah Riyad won the toss and elected to bowl in the third and deciding Twenty20 international against India in Nagpur on Sunday.The tourists have made one change from their previous loss of the series that is...
  16. Cyclone Preparedness Programme officials urge people to evacuate their homes in preparation for Cyclone Bulbul, in Khulna on November 9, 2019. Photo: AFPDHAKA: Bangladesh authorities have evacuated around 100,000 people from the country's low-lying...
  17. Mominul has played 36 Tests and scored 2,613 runs and has the highest average among his country´s batsmen at 41.47. ? Photo: FileDHAKA: Mominul Haque says he was stunned to be named Bangladesh Test captain in place of the banned Shakib Al Hasan...
  18. The first match T20I between India and Bangladesh was scheduled to take place in Delhi's Feroz Shah Kotla ground and went on seamlessly. It started at the right time and there was no delay of game by either side. Despite requests made by sensible fans of the game and environmentalists from all regions of the country to BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, about considering changing the location of the match due to the highly toxic air of the national capital, the Indian cricket board went ahead with the same plan. Ganguly later thanked the two teams for putting their health in jeopardy and playing under such testing conditions. Thank u to both the teams to play this game @ImRo45 @BCBtigers under tuff conditions .. well done bangladesh .. — Sourav Ganguly (@SGanguly99) November 3, 2019 But a couple of days after the match, an ESPNcricinfo report confirmed that the visiting players did in fact suffer during the game and threw up in the middle of the ground. “Soumya Sarkar and one other player vomitted on the field during Bangladesh's chase,” reads the report. Unfortunately, this isn't the first time that international athletes had to suffer from harmful respiratory conditions during a cricket match in Delhi. In 2017, Sri Lankan cricketer Lahiru Gamage experienced severe nausea and had to leave the field to feel better. It was later confirmed that Gamage was vomiting on the field and in the team's dressing room as well. Good from Lakmal to vomit on the ground. Otherwise all Indian pun will keep saying that Sri Lanka players are overreacting. Lol — Janesh Rupasinghe (@Im_Janesh) December 5, 2017 Not buying into the fact that the Delhi air was horrible, the local fans called the international athletes losers and believed that it was just a way to save face after being thrashed by Virat Kohli's side in the prior Test matches. They were called Oscar worthy actors and were blamed for eating and drinking too much a day ahead of the match. And the oscar goes to Sri Lankan players for their amazing acting skills. #DelhiSmog #INDvSL #delhipollution pic.twitter.com/MSW8hFFsKz — Subhankar Banerjee ð®ð³ (@SubhankarBan) December 3, 2017 But now that the Tigers not only played through the poisonous air, they also managed to defeat the Men in Blue in great fashion, what explanation can we give for Sarkar's ill health? It is funny how we can come up with the worst and the most hilarious of reasons to make fun of someone's problems but fail to accept that they are in that position because of our deeds. View the full article
  19. Mushfiqur Rahim (standing) and Soumya Sarkar (centre, sitting). Photo: Prashant Bhoot/SportzpicsThe first T20I between India and Bangladesh in Delhi became a victim of the smog engulfing the city leading to Bangladesh's Soumya Sarkar and one other...
  20. Arguably one the most popular and decorated cricketers in the country, Mahendra Singh Dhoni continues to live in the hearts and minds of cricket fans across the globe. After taking Indian cricket to new heights, the Jharkhand cricketer is now in the twilight of his illustrious cricketing career. The 38-year-old almost sent India into the ICC World Cup final after coming agonisingly close to pulling off the miraculous run-chase against New Zealand in the tournament's semifinal. But, as India crashed out of the World Cup, the speculations on Dhoni's retirement reached an all-time high. The former Indian captain was expected to call time on his career soon after the World Cup but, more than three months later, there is still no word on it. Taking a sabbatical from the game after the ICC spectacle, Dhoni was expected to return to action at the start of India's home season but the veteran campaigner is yet to don the iconic 'Blue' jersey again. © Reuters He missed the T20I series against South Africa and then failed to make the cut for the ongoing T20I series against Bangladesh. Recent media reports have also suggested that the Indian selectors have decided to move on from Dhoni, keeping in mind the next year's World T20 in Australia. But, while there may be no official word on Dhoni's return to the playing field, cricket fans will finally be able to see the former Indian captain in action, but this time in the commentary box. The Indian wicket-keeper is likely to make his debut in the commentary box during India's maiden Day-Night Test against Bangladesh at the Eden Gardens. In what appears to be an exciting prospect proposed by host broadcasters Star Sports, all former captains of the Indian team are to be invited for the first two days of the Test match and will be asked to share their favourite moments from country's Test history. The proposed plan has been sent by Star to the new Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly. © Reuters "Invite India Test captains for Day 1 & 2 of the Test. All captains at the ground along with (Virat) Kohli and the rest of the team as well as the dignitaries line up for the anthem. Captains appear on commentary as guests through the day to recollect their favourite moments from India's Test history. Down memory lane segments recorded with individual captains are played on the big screen at the ground in breaks Day 4 onwards," reads the plan for the former India captains as quoted by Hindustan Times. Apart from that, the host broadcaster, on the third day of the Day-Night Test, is also eager to celebrate India's greatest win at Eden Gardens, that came against Australia in 2001. "V.V.S. Laxman, Sourav Ganguly, Harbhajan Singh, Anil Kumble (?) and Rahul Dravid (?) re-live the Test match (2001). Segments aired on the big screen," the plan further elaborates. The question marks next to Kumble and Dravid's name suggest they might have not made their availability known when the documentation was done on 2nd November. Also, the host broadcasters are also planning to telecast the training session of the Indian team with the pink ball on the eve of the game - a first in the history of Indian cricket. © Reuters "Free entry to watch India practice on Friday (B & L block). Live coverage of the practice session on Star. Crowd interaction with legends. Crowd interactions with select India players (at the end of the session)," reads the mail. In a delight for those who are in attendance at the picturesque stadium, Star is also looking to organize audio commentary for them. In what appears to be a historic Test, filled with entertainment for viewers, India will take on Bangladesh in the much-anticipated Day-Night Test at Eden Gardens on 22nd November. Currently trailing 0-1 in the three-match T20I series, Team India will be eager to get back into the groove when they take the field at the Saurashtra Cricket Association stadium in Rajkot on November 7. View the full article
  21. Mushfiqur Rahim's unbeaten half-century helped Bangladesh secure a seven-wicket victory over India. Photo: Cricket Australia Bangladesh´s stunning first-ever Twenty20 win over India brought back smiles to a team left in turmoil by weeks of...
  22. When you see your opponent do great, you must acknowledge their hard work, applaud and move on, that's what's called a sportsmanship. It is however of utmost importance to learn from that loss and work on your weakness to prevent the same things from happening again. The first T20I match between India and Bangladesh at the Arun Jaitley Stadium is the classic example of the two lessons mentioned above. Here are the five major mistakes that the Men in Blue committed and let that ninth consecutive victory against the Tigers slip away from themselves in the shortest format of the game: 1. Rishabh Pant Causes Shikhar Dhawan's Wicket Indian wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is going to be mentioned a lot during the article starting out with the horrible running between the wickets that he did which led to the dismissal of a set batsman in Shikhar Dhawan in the 15th over. Shikhar dhawan fan army waiting for rishabh pant #INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/0rjkEMOsUJ — Deepak Pareek (@being_kabir) November 3, 2019 Slow to get out of the crease during the first run followed by a call for the second run when the ball was already in the hands of the fielder was a horrible call at the hands of the 22-year-old cricketer. 2. Not Calling DRS Against Mushfiqur Rahim On Two Occasions While it is difficult to digest the fact that the umpires were doing an abysmal job in decision-making when it came to LBW appeals, Rohit Sharma's woes with the DRS continued to haunt him throughout the second innings of the match. Chahal wanted to go for the review on 9.3. But didnt plead like Ash/Jaddu generally do! For 9.2 Rohit asked Chahal if he should go for the review. But backed out thinking there was an edge!#INDvBAN — Hariharan Durairaj (@hari_durairaj) November 3, 2019 Rahim was having a difficult time reading Yuzvendra Chahal's platora of deliveries and during his second over, Chahal even managed to get the ball to hit him on the pads, right in front of the wickets. While Sharma wrongly put his faith in Pant and Chahal on the first occasion, the second incident wasn't even discussed. 3. Unnecessary DRS Appeal By Rishabh Pant The one time Team India should have stayed away from taking the review, Rohit Sharma went for it. To be fair to the substitute captain, he decided to go ahead with the solitary review based on Rishabh Pant's excessive assertiveness with the call. pic.twitter.com/im2HxKmSAP — Jagadhish D (@MSdhoni7788) November 3, 2019 “Laga, laga, laga,” shouted the young wicket-keeper thinking that he had the cricketer on a caught behind and convinced the skipper to go ahead and go for the call. Not taking a lot of time, the third-umpire said that there was no contact and India lost the review. 4. Krunal Pandya Drops A Dolly Arguably the moment that turned the game completely in favour of the Tigers came in the 18th over. With 33 runs required off 16 deliveries, it was still anybody's game when Rahim struck towards the deep midwicket and the ball came flying into the hands of Krunal Pandya. #IndvsBan Krunal Pandya. Useless fellow. I was sitting in third row in East Stand today just behind where Krunal Pandya was standing. I had started celebrating when Rahim had played the slog sweep. I could not believe my eyes that Pandya dropped that catch. pic.twitter.com/Ug6nQfO1bQ — Different ð Perspectiveð­ (@Iam_VaibhavGoel) November 3, 2019 Surprisingly Pandya, who's proven to be a decent fielder in the past, someone managed to drop the ball off his hands and gave away four runs as well. 5. Khaleel Ahmed's Penultimate Over Yes, it is true that Khaleel Ahmed was only one of the three Indians to scalp a wicket last night, it is also true that he was the most expensive bowler from Sharma's bowling attack. Khaleel Ahmed's last 4 deliveries in the 19th over described- ðððð pic.twitter.com/mWZfuiuL3o — Deep Kumar (@deep_kumar07) November 3, 2019 Known for not being the best options in death overs, giving the ball in the final moments of the game against an established batsman like Rahim and a big hitter like Mahmudullah Riyad was the worst decision Sharma could have made. The result? Rahim sent four of Ahmed's consecutive deliveries for boundaries, making a joke out of the required run rate. View the full article
  23. There were a lot of angles with the first of three T20I matches between India and the visiting Bangladesh side could have gone in but by the end of the second innings, it was Rishabh Pant, who became the talk of the town, yet again. Returning to the Indian squad for white ball cricket after being replaced by Wriddhiman Saha during the series against South Africa, the 22-year-old cricketer would have expected that the highly critical and ruthless fans of the Indian cricket team would go easy on him but it is safe to assume that he was wrong. Ever since India's batting in the first innings, fans were calling Pant out for giving away his wicket to his opponents on a “reckless” shot once again. #INDvBAN #rishabhpant I think many knew how it ends for pant.Another reckless shot. Rishab panð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ pic.twitter.com/iNNE8LW67z — Indian2233 (@Indian2233) November 3, 2019 While in the past the southpaw has had a record of playing the wrong shots at the wrong time but to be honest, this time it wasn't as reckless as it was made to sound. In fact, a couple of overs earlier, it was Shreyas Iyer who was dismissed while playing a similar shot and getting caught between the deep extra cover and long off. However, the worst was yet to come for the wicket-keeper batsman who was behind the stumps in the second innings and made the mistake of saying “laga, laga, laga”, while saying that he thought he heard the ball edge the bat before he caught it to dismiss the established batsman Soumya Sarkar in the 10th over. The conviction with which Pant made the appeal wasn't enough for the umpire to raise his finger but it did convince the interim skipper, Rohit Sharma to take the solitary review and go to the third umpire. As the reviewed showed that there was absolutely no contact between the bat and the ball and got wasted, Sharma managed to keep his cool and just smiled at his young keeper. Rohit reaction ð¤£ð¤ð¤#INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/w4UaHpNm8R — Thirupathi (@thirupawanist) November 3, 2019 But when millions of people are watching your game with their thumbs ready to type something nasty about you on the internet, a captain's hilarious response to your goof up is the last thing you need to worry about. Surely enough, the “supporters” of the Men in Blue decided to roast Rishabh Pant, this time however by shifting the blame on Sharma for trusting him with the Decision Review System. Today, Pant was everywhere. One of the incident is here... #RishabhPant #IndvsBan pic.twitter.com/wZM8dtAhUd — NoToRiOUS NiCK (@niksrko) November 3, 2019 #IndvsBan#RohitSharma after relying on #RishabhPant DRS suggestion: pic.twitter.com/uZaLm8NZ0L — Yogesh Thakare (@ynthakare006) November 3, 2019 #INDvBAN#IndvsBan Rohit Sharma after believing on #RishabhPant review. DRS pic.twitter.com/Dd1z5x5Mj8 — OM Rajpurohit (@omrajguru) November 3, 2019 #INDvBAN Rohit Sharma - Wicket Pe Focus Karo Wicket Pe .#RishabhPant - #IndvsBan pic.twitter.com/sLe1xeXLDg — OM Rajpurohit (@omrajguru) November 3, 2019 View the full article
  24. NEW DELHI: Mushfiqur Rahim hit an unbeaten half-century to power Bangladesh to their first-ever Twenty20 international victory over India in pollution-hit New Delhi on Sunday.Mushfiqur made 60 to anchor Bangladesh´s chase of 149 as the tourists...
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