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  1. This season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) seems to have aggravated the growingly unhealthy relationship that cricketers and umpires have shared in the recent years. The 'human factor' behind an official's decision-making has caused for the end result to be incorrect but the number of occurrences of something like that is extremely low. Sure, with the inclusion of technology such as the hawk-eye which detects the trajectory of the ball had it not been interrupted by the batsman's pad, sensors in the stumps and bails to detect contact and even the snickometer to observe even the lightest contact between the ball and the bat, they all have added to the efficacy of the final result, however, there will always be times when an umpire makes a decision on his own and it could end up being wrong. Through the ongoing season of IPL, there have been some moments when the umpires and players seem to disagree on a particular decision. It happened when Dhoni walked out of the dug-hole and onto the field to get into a verbal bout with the officials, it happened when Rohit Sharma did not agree with an LBW decision and ended up breaking the stumps with his bat and it happened with Virat Kohli who went to the umpires' dressing room to fight them when they didn't call a potential match-winning 'no-ball' in favour of his Royal Challengers Bangalore. However, the current skipper of the Indian cricket team seems to be dealing with some extra bad luck as the tiff with an on-field umpire took place once again on Saturday in a match against Kane Williamson's SunRisers Hyderabad. In the first innings the match with RCB on the bowling side, it was Umesh Yadav who was having a super expensive final over during which he has given away 20 runs in the first four deliveries. On the second-to-last ball of the over, English umpire, Nigel Llong raised his hand sideways to hint that Yadav has overstepped the crease and it was therefore a 'no-ball'. The extra not only gave Hyderabad two runs but they also ended up scoring a boundary on the final delivery. The twist, however, was the fact that the delivery was legit as the screen-replay showed Yadav's foot being well behind the line. Watching the replay, both Yadav and Kohli charged at the umpire to argue and reverse the decision, both of whom were shunned away by the Englishman. © AP What was later reported was that Llong was so frustrated with the two Indian cricketers way of arguing with him that he ended up furiously kicking the door of the umpires' dressing room while breaking it in the process. "It was an unfortunate incident. As a state association, we are writing to the COA today," Sudhakar Rao, Secretary, Karnataka State Cricket Association, told The Times of India. What is probably a solitary moment of frustration and anger shown by an umpire in the past couple of years, must not be taken lightly. What the players and the fans of the game do not realise is the fact that these officials are humans too and like the others, they too, have the right to express their anger when things go south. It also shows how difficult a job is that of an umpire. While players surrounding them have the freedom to express joy, anger, or sadness without a worry, the umpires must keep it neutral and professional.
  2. Sportspersons and athletes from all around the world go through severe injuries all the time. It's something they like to avoid at all costs but they tend to get hurt nonetheless. It is a part of the profession they choose and have made peace with it. Having said that, whenever an injury so gruesome happens to anyone, it has a lasting effect on the victim, their coach, their friends and family and everyone who watched it happen in front of their eyes. A couple of days ago, French weightlifter, Gaelle Nayo-Ketchanke was representing her country at the 2019 European Weightlifting Championship in Georgian city of Batumi. Approaching the stage for her third attempt to outdo her personal best, Gaelle tried to snatch a 110 kg bar over her head when tragedy struck her: WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Impactante lesión de Gaelle Nayo Ketchanke en el campeonato de Europa de halterofilia. Codo izquierdo. #Halterofilia pic.twitter.com/JCAqhtwtUQ — Samuel Hernando (@SamuHernando) April 11, 2019 Unable to manage the pain, the 31-year-old instantly collapsed on the floor getting stuck between the mat and the heavy metal bar. Thanks to the presence of the ad hoc medical team nearby, Nayo-Ketchanke was provided with adequate assistance and having reached the hospital quickly, her arm was treated well before things could have gotten any worse. Even though her injury looked devastating, Nayo-Ketchanke believes that her arm would be good as new in no time. She even uploaded this picture of her with the bronze medal she'd managed to win before the injury took place. View this post on Instagram Je sors de ces championnats d'Europe pas de la meilleure des manières, avec une blessure au coude à l'arraché à 107kg après avoir remporté la médaille de bronze à 103kg. J'ai reçu énormément de messages de soutien qui m'ont fait chaud au cœur et nous attendons mon retour en France pour faire des examens complémentaires. Je tiens à remercier le staff médical et technique de la Fédération qui ont très vite réagis et qui sont à mes côtés. mes entraîneurs et mes collègues de L'équipe de France. Je reviendrai vers vous pour des nouvelles... #weightlifting #batumi #staypostive #goodvibes #blessed #pasletemps A post shared by Gaelle KETCHANKE NAYOð¨ð²ð«ð· (@gaellaketchanke) on Apr 12, 2019 at 12:30am PDT “I'm coming out of these European Championships not in the best of ways, with a 107kg wrenching elbow injury after winning the bronze medal at 103kg. I received a lot of supportive messages that made me feel good, and we are waiting for my return to France to do further tests. I want to thank the medical and technical staff of the Federation who responded very quickly and who are by my side. my coaches and my colleagues from the France team. I will come back to you for news …” her caption reads. The fighter of a woman that she is, Gaelle Nayo-Ketchanke is hoping to make a return to the content ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
  3. For someone who was labelled by MS Dhoni as his potential successor, Rishabh Pant has struggled to live up to the hype in the recent opportunities he got. While his wicket-keeping skills are still a work in progress, Pant's batting, where he failed to build on his stats, had attracted a lot of criticism. But, on 24th March, the dashing left-hander silenced everyone by playing one of the most exciting knocks in T20 cricket. Carrying the baton for a new-look Delhi Capitals (DC), Pant smoked an unbeaten 27-ball 78 to power his team to a mammoth 213-run total against Mumbai Indians (MI) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) clash. Coming out to bat, with his side looking to surge ahead at 112/3, the 21-year-old went about his business in the usual unorthodox manner. For someone who smacked his second ball in international cricket (Test debut against England last year) for a six, Pant took no time to settle at the crease as he began clobbering the Mumbai attack all around the park, with his best shot being a helicopter-flick off Jasprit Bumrah's yorker. © Twitter/@IPL He notched up his fifty in just 18 deliveries and surpassed his idol Dhoni who had achieved the feat against Mumbai in 20 balls back in 2012. Pant's half-century was also the third-fastest fifty in the IPL. KL Rahul currently leads the list of fastest fifty in the IPL, having reached the mark in 14 deliveries last season. Sunil Narine and Yusuf Pathan share the second spot with their fifties coming in 15 balls. Pant's blistering knock was decorated with seven fours and as many sixes, while his strike-rate of over 288 speaks about his big-hitting. To put things in perspective, Delhi's run-rate was 8.61 when Pant came out to bat, and by the time he was done (end of the innings), his side had surged to a run-rate of 10.65. © Twitter/@IPL In reply, Yuvraj Singh's valiant fifty kept Mumbai in the hunt (for a while) and Krunal Pandya, too, chipped in with a 15-ball 32. But, the three-time IPL champions just couldn't break the first-match jinx, losing the contest by 37 runs - an opening game defeat for seventh season in a row. For a man who was recently getting slammed for his exploits on the field, Pant's blazing knock served a stark reminder to his critics that he's here to stay. Just Wow from Pant ! — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) March 24, 2019 Only one word for Rishabh Pant today. Wow. The sixes were exquisite but the boundary to get to 50 was simply special. — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) March 24, 2019 It was nothing short of breathtaking that from Pant! Two shots off Bumrah were just pure gold. ððððð#MIvDC #IPL2019 — Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) March 24, 2019 Rishabh Pant is a serious player !!! — Nasser Hussain (@nassercricket) March 24, 2019 Just how good is Rishabh Pant. And yes, he's worth investing in. #MIvDC #IPL — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) March 24, 2019 If it was Andrew Russell at Eden, it is Rishabh Pant at Wankhade. Mind-blowing stuff from both these lads. As much as Death bowlers, these extremely talented strikers of the ball at the death need to be tagged as 'Death Batters' #MIvDC #KKRvSRH — Hemang Badani (@hemangkbadani) March 24, 2019 Wow u r amazing Mr pant what a knock champion ðððð @RishabPant777 @DelhiCapitals @IPL — Rahul Sharma (@ImRahulSharma3) March 24, 2019
  4. Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, better known as The Mountain from the hit HBO franchise, 'Game of Thrones', is a big man. Weighing in at 195 kg, Björnsson, has not only made us skip a beat with his massive structure in the show, but is also making headlines all over, as the strongest man in the world. That is not an exaggeration. In 2018,'Thor' Björnsson went on to win the Arnold's Classic, followed by Europe's Strongest Match. He capped the year by winning the most prestigious competition of them all, 'The World's Strongest Man', as he became the first person to win all the three highly reputed competitions in a single year, according to his website. While The Mountain set a world record in deadlifting last year when he did a WR Elephant Bar Deadlift (471.69 kg/1039.9 lbs), he decided to outdo himself by an extra five pounds at the 2019 Arnold's Classic, as he shattered his own world record, which now sits at an impressive 474 kg/1044.9lbs mark which is nearly two and a half times his body weight! View this post on Instagram Pretty casual new WR Elephant Bar Deadlift 474kg/1044.9lbs Very happy with day 1 here at The Arnold Strongman Classic even though 501 will have to wait for another day. Looking forward to day 2. I appreciate all the support guys, thank you! @roguefitness @nuunhydration @sbdapparel @legionath @stanefferding @theverticaldiet @australianstrengthcoach @stefansolvi @andrireyr @kelc33 @dianahrund @bjornthorr @ragnheidurmj @valthecoach A post shared by Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson (@thorbjornsson) on Mar 1, 2019 at 3:30pm PST "Pretty casual new WR Elephant Bar Deadlift 474kg/1044.9lbs," writes the monster of a man, Björnsson in an Instagram post after registering the record. "Very happy with day 1 here at The Arnold Strongman Classic even though 501 will have to wait for another day. Looking forward to day 2. I appreciate all the support guys, thank you!" Yes, you guessed it. Around the same time next year (or even sooner), Björnsson might try to deadlift weights worth half a ton! Just to put things into perspective, that's how much an elephant weighs in his teenage days. In another Instagram upload after the win, Björnsson thanked his sponsors, best friends and nutritional coach for their constant support during his exceptional journey. He did not forget to thank his wife Kelsey Henson, who he considers to be the lucky charm for him. View this post on Instagram Arnold Strongman Classic Champion 2019 - Huge thanks to my wife @kelc33 and my best friends @stefansolvi and @andrireyr for all the incredible help that I cannot thank you enough for! Also massive thanks to the rest of my family and friends!!! ï¸ - Thanks to the best coach in the world @australianstrengthcoach , the best nutrition coach in the world @stanefferding - Massive thanks to all my sponsors for sticking behind my back and believing in me @roguefitness @sbdapparel @nuunhydration @legionath A post shared by Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson (@thorbjornsson) on Mar 2, 2019 at 8:43pm PST "Crazy fact... since Kelsey and I have been together I haven't lost a competition, I've just been on a winning STREAK!!!" When he is not out in the real world proving himself to indeed being the strongest man alive, you can watch his zombified version brutalising the commoners on 'Game of Thrones'.
  5. Akshay Kumar is the undisputed and unconquered Khiladi of Bollywood, who enjoys some insane levels of fame and popularity. His crazy fanbase can do anything, literally anything for him or to meet him and this guy from Haryana just proved the same. How far can you go for your idol? Stalk them on social media, wait outside their house for hours just to get a glimpse, build a temple just like Amitabh and Rajinikanth's fans did for them, or tattoo their idols' names on their wrists. © Instagram But this 20-year-old from Haryana just went a little too far in expressing his love for 'Kesari' actor Akshay Kumar. In a typical filmy drama, Ankit Goswami from Sonipat, Haryana was arrested for allegedly trespassing into Akshay Kumar's house in Juhu. Reportedly, in his quest to meet Akshay, Ankit searched for the actor's address on Google and then travelled to Mumbai to meet him. When he was denied entry by the guards, he tried to break into his house post midnight, by jumping over the boundary wall. An officer said, "He climbed the wall at 1.30 am and entered. He was spotted by the guards, who got a hold of him and alerted the police." © Instagram However, he couldn't break in as he was caught by a security guard. Ankit is now in judicial custody and was charged under IPC for trespassing. Guys, not everything you see in Bollywood movies is meant to be tried and tested in real-life. Source: Hindustan Times
  6. Last year, the Indian football captain Sunil Chhetri uploaded a very heart-touching video from his Twitter handle, requesting all Indian football fans to show up at stadiums to watch the team make the country proud or inversely, boo them if they do not put up a good show. “You guys have no idea how important you guys are and how important your support is,” said the footballer. This is nothing but a small plea from me to you. Take out a little time and give me a listen. pic.twitter.com/fcOA3qPH8i — Sunil Chhetri (@chetrisunil11) June 2, 2018 “Come to the stadium... scream at us, shout at us, abuse us, who knows one day we might change you guys, you might start cheering for us,” Chhetri had requested and boy, is he keeping his word. The 34-year-old is not only making Indian football relevant again but also breaking world records doing it. Commencing the 2019 AFC Asian Cup with a dominating 4-1 victory over Thailand, which also happens to be India's first in the tournament in over 55 years, Team India was once again led to glory by Chhetri who scored twice during the game. Chhetri's first goal came from the 12-yard-mark in the 27th minute in the form of an absolute beauty. Much like any other Grade-A penalty specialist in the world, Chhetri was able to read the Thai goalkeeper's mind and sent one right in the bottom right corner as the keeper flew to the left. The second half began and it was 'Chhetri Time' once again as the Striker came in from the mid-field to net the ball in the top right corner without giving the opposing keeper the time to even react before he ran towards the fences for a passionate celebration with his teammates and the crowd. Before the match, Chhetri may or may not be aware of this but he was tied up with the all-time great, Lionel Messi for the position of the second highest active goal scorer in international football with 65 career goals a piece, the two he scored against Thailand helped him surpass the Argentinian legend on the list. Chhetri with his 67 international goals is now only second to the Portuguese beast and arguably the best football player of all time, Cristiano Ronaldo, who has scored a total of 85 goals in his international career. Two more goals today takes @chetrisunil11 past Messi ð±ð®ð³ pic.twitter.com/dq7qOxOQis — B/R Football (@brfootball) January 6, 2019 Chhetri now has the same number of international goals as the former Indian captain, Baichung Bhutia. While Bhutia was able to score 67 times in 186 appearances, Chhetri has done it in just 105 games, which not only makes his record a lot more impressive but also adds to his accolades as an Indian captain. Sunil Chhetri is the epitome of humility. While he has now registered his name as one of the most successful international players in the history of football, his humble nature that forces him to bow in front of this supporters and celebrate with them make him so popular amongst the Indian audience. After all, he is our 'captain fantastic.' Nothing beats postmatch celebrations with the fans ðð®ð³! #AsianCup2019 pic.twitter.com/JFbAxuHKTS — #AsianCup2019 (@afcasiancup) January 6, 2019
  7. In limited-overs cricket, whenever a team piles up an imposing total, the chasing side, on most occasions, succumbs to the ever-increasing asking rate before eventually suffering a heavy defeat. Now, that might be the script of most of the games, but every now and then, there comes a cricketer who somehow manages to lead the charge for his side's run-chase even when the odds aren't in their favour. The 2nd ODI between Sri Lanka and New Zealand in Mount Maunganui witnessed something similar - thanks to Thisara Perera. Riding on three fifty-plus scores, including a sensational 112-run partnership between opener Colin Munro and Ross Taylor for the third wicket, the hosts romped their way to a massive 319-run total at the loss of seven wickets in 50 overs. While the Lankan side might have been going through a transition lately, they were still not ruled out from the challenging chase that was on offer. However, contrary to popular perception, the visitors just couldn't get going before suffering a major batting collapse. From losing two wickets within 14 overs of their run-chase, the Lankans were soon reduced down to 128/7 in 27 overs. Apart from opener Danushka Gunathilaka (71), none of the batsmen from the visiting side looked up to the task. But, at a time, when all hope seemed lost, one man stepped up his game to give the opposition a late scare. Twitter/@ICC Coming out to bat with his side reeling at 121/5, the left-hander held fort for his side in their chase with some slambang batting display. The fact that the Lankans had lost five wickets for a mere 16 runs had little effect on Perera who clobbered his way to a hundred in just 57 balls - fastest ODI ton by a batsman against New Zealand. But, the left-hander wasn't done. Perera's blows continued to rain down on Bay Oval like a meteor shower, reminding all those - including New Zealand - that it wasn't going to end the way everyone expected. With just 22 runs needed for victory and only No. 11 Nuwan Pradeep for company, Perera once again swung his bat for a big hit, only this time, he ended up mis-hitting it. Trent Boult sprinted forward to complete an excellent diving catch at long-on and Perera's gem of an innings finally came to end. VICTORY! But it didn't come without a few nervous moments! Thisara Perera blasting an amazing 140 off just 74 balls! NZ win by 21 runs and claim the series! #NZvSL pic.twitter.com/IEBNyIPGee — BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) 5 January 2019 A spectacular Perera power-hitting spectacle was eventually not enough to lift the Lankans out of a pit of their middle-order's making, but it undoubtedly added excitement and plethora of entertainment to what earlier seemed like a one-sided affair. Smashing 13 sixes and eight fours, Perera clobbered a sensational 74-ball 140 that didn't just cause a late scare to the hosts, but also helped the Lankan to etch his name in the history books for a few records. Perera's tally of 13 sixes in his innings is the most by a Sri Lankan batsman in an ODI innings overhauling Sanath Jayasuriya's 11 maximums against Pakistan in 1996. Also, his 140 is now the third-highest score batting at the No. 7 position or below in the ODIs, surpassing MS Dhoni's 139 against Africa XI in 2007 in Chennai. His knock stands behind unbeaten 170 by Luke Ronchi in 2015 and the unbeaten 146 by Marcus Stoinis against New Zealand in 2017. Thisara Perera 28 balls 50 57 balls 100 74 ball 140 Terrific knock, sadly cannot take the Lankans over the line #NZvSL #PereraPower — Rohit Sankar (@imRohit_SN) 5 January 2019 Its Only the 5th day of the new year and #ThisaraPerera in my opinion has played one of the innings of 2019. Wow! What amazing hitting we've just witnessed. Mind boggling ð¯!#NZvSL @ICC @OfficialSLC — Syed JAFFER Imam ð®ð³ (@absoluteJAFFER) 5 January 2019 Sri Lanka should have won ð¯ð¯ Outstanding inning by Thisara Perera ðð — Abhijeet Singh Rajput (@Abhijeet1095001) 5 January 2019 One of d great & entertaining knocks but unfortunately fr Prera & Srilanka that knock ended on a losing side.That really was brutal,terrific & what not from the leftie.ðð 140 of 74 wd 13 monstrous sixes. Out of nowhere almost won it for his team. But not to be today.#nzvsl — Bhat Zahoor (@BhatZahoor92) 5 January 2019 Highest scores batting at #7 or below (ODIs): 170*Luke Ronchi v SL, Dunedin, 2015 146*Marcus Stoinis v NZ, Auckland, 2017 140 THISARA PERERA v NZ, M Maunganui, 2019 139*MS Dhoni v Afr XI, Chennai, 2007#NZvSL — Raj Mrityunjay (@Rajromantic1) 5 January 2019
  8. Brace yourself guys! We've seen Sri Lankan cricketer Lasith Malinga sport his trademark coloured curls and grunge beard since the last 10 years. And now, after a long decade, he is throwing in some major changes to his look. To be honest, we've been secretly rooting for him to join the stylish beard bandwagon that the men in blue have often sported. But we never thought that this day would come when the great Malinga would finally #BreakTheBeard. Taking a cue from his cricketer pal Hardik Pandya, Malinga decided to flaunt who is the true slinga of style. Watch him go from a grunge look to a tamed and groomed mane in this video he posted on social media. We aren't kidding! Here's a photo of him browsing through the other #BreakTheBeard videos before zeroing on his all new classy and groomed goatee beard. Shyam We love his new look and think he made the right move to hop right in for a beard makeover before the Asia Cup 2018. He is looking sharp and full of stylish swag. The fans are definitely going to love Malinga's style on and off-the-field. We sure do! What's even more interesting is that Malinga has actually inspired his team captain Angelo Mathews too to revamp his beard style before the big game tomorrow. Look at him go from subtle to clean shaven! #BreakTheBeard is sure breaking boundaries! We wonder which international cricketer is next in queue! Till then, here's wishing Malinga and the Sri Lankan Team Captain Cool Angelo Mathews the very best for the Asia Cup 2018.
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