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  1. After coming to terms with Bangladesh's spectacular triumph over West Indies yesterday, cricket fans were in for another treat as England locked horns with Afghanistan at Old Trafford, Manchester on 18th June in the ongoing ICC World Cup. While few would have backed Afghanistan to come out on top against the hosts, no one really expected Eoin Morgan to go all guns blazing in what arguably one of the finest innings of his career. The England captain smashed a breathtaking 148 runs off a mere 71 deliveries, including four fours and a staggering 17 sixes. Electing to bat, the hosts got off to a decent start before losing James Vince (26) in the 10th over. A 120-run partnership between Jonny Bairstow (90) and Joe Root (88) for the second wicket further piled up misery on Afghanistan. The Gulbadin Naib-led team did get some relief after Bairstow's dismissal in the 30th over, but they couldn't have possibly predicted what Morgan had in store for them. © Reuters Coming out to bat, with England poised for a big total at 164/2, the England captain hammered the opposition bowlers all around the park with disdain. The 32-year-old brought up his maiden World Cup hundred in a mere 57 balls wherein he had also slammed 11 sixes. He missed out on reaching the 150-run mark by a mere two runs after getting caught at long-off in the 47th over. We have witnessed one of the all-time great World Cup innings today.#EoinMorgan walked off to a fully deserved standing ovation after his 71-ball 148 ð #CWC19 | #ENGvAFG pic.twitter.com/ppRMFM2oMS — Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 18, 2019 Apart from reaching 150, while Morgan also missed out on beating Jason Roy's record (153 runs) of the highest score at the ongoing tourney, he still etched his name in the history books with the fourth fastest hundred in a World Cup match. He is only behind Kevin O'Brien, Glenn Maxwell and AB de Villiers on the elite list. Ireland's Kevin O'Brien holds the record for the fastest World Cup hundred off 50 balls - ironically, it had come against England in a record run chase in 2011. Australia's Glenn Maxwell has the 2nd fastest World Cup hundred off 51 balls while former South Africa batsman AB de Villers is 3rd in the list with a hundred off 55 balls. 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ 6ï¸â£ #EoinMorgan hit 102 runs JUST in sixes!#CWC19 | #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/E3iLLTNs1h — Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 18, 2019 On the other hand, Morgan's tally of 17 sixes - wherein seven came against proven Rashid Khan - allowed him to break the record for most maximums in a single ODI innings. The record was earlier held jointly by Rohit Sharma, AB de Villiers and Chris Gayle - each of whom slammed 16 sixes during their respective innings. After Morgan's blitzkrieg, the home fans were also treated to a quickfire knock from Moeen Ali who smashed a nine-ball 31 at a strike-rate of over 344, including four sixes and a four. Thanks to a spectacular batting show, England managed to post a formidable of 397 runs in their quota of 50 overs.
  2. Salman Khan, or 'Bhai' as he is lovingly called in Bollwood, is not only known for his movies but for his extravagant habit of indulging in expensive assets. Here are 9 such assets owned by 'Bhai' which is making us fel very poor compared to him: 1. Gorai Beach home Mumbai beaches do not provide the Khan family with any exclusivity towards the beach so Salman 'bhai' has a legit gorgeous 5 BHK beach home which he bought on his 51st birthday. The insane property is spread across 100 acres and has a gym, a big swimming pool, a theatre, and the sea-facing bungalow also reportedly has a dirt bike arena for some more fun. As per reports, this cost him close to a Rs 100-crore hole in his pocket. © Instagram 2. Panvel Farmhouse This place is the resident party place for the family's parties for their friends. This place is spread lavishly over 150 acres of land and besides the usual gorgeous room, a gym, a swimming pool and all that jazz, this farm also house horses and other domesticated animals. Reportedly, this came with a price tag of some Rs 80 crore. 3. Triplex Flat In Bandra The Khan family currently resides in the famed 'Galaxy Apartments' but Salman Bhai invested in this 11-storey building which is currently under construction. Rumour has it that the family might shift into this Rs 30 crore abode here once it's done. 4. Private Yacht Obviously, all the jet set getaways to Alibaug and travelling to their beach homes require a wonderful private yacht by the Khan family. Reportedly, Salman and his bhais have a yacht which cost him a whopping Rs 3 crore. © Instagram 5. Fleet Of Cars Salman has a wonderful collection of cars, courtesy his travel in Mumbai and the entourage that travels with him. His garage is overflowing with cars like the Mercedes Benz GL Class (approx. Rs 80 lakh), Mercedes Benz S Class ( approx Rs 82 lakh), an Audi A8 L (approx. Rs 1.13 crore), the BMW X6 (around Rs 1.15 crore,) a Toyota Land Cruiser (approx Rs 1.29 crore), the Audi RS7 (approx Rs 1.4 crore) and a Range Rover (over Rs 2.06 crore), an Audi R8 (costing around Rs 2.31 crore) and also a Lexus LX470 (approx Rs 2.32 crore). PHEW! 6. Crazy Expensive Bikes Salman Bhai owns the gorgeous Hayabusa which cost him over Rs 16 lakh. Along with that, he owns the Yamaha R1 which is around Rs 15 lakh, the Suzuki GSX-R 1000Z which costs Rs 16 lakh and the Suzuki Intruder M1800 RZ which is around Rs 16 lakh. 7. Super Expensive Bicycle Bhai is often spotted on Mumbai streets bicycling his stress away. Now, one would wonder an expensive bicycle would cost around a lakh or so but his Giant Propel 2014 XTC is over Rs 4 lakh. Yepp, 'shauq badi cheez hai'! © Instagram 8. Being Human Brand The brand has Salman Khan as the prime owner and is estimated to be valued for over Rs 235 crore. © Instagram 9. Production Company Salman ventured into production with his movie 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' and launched his banner SKF. He has co-produced numerous movies since then.
  3. If there is one English Premier League side that has underachieved in Europe, it has to be Arsenal. The North London club claims 'London Is Red' but has so far, failed to make the same statement in Europe. Currently competing in UEFA's second-tier competition- Europa League, Arsenal had a fairly easy group stage run, winning five and drawing one out of their six matches. The Gunners were confident of their chances for qualification in Round-Of-16 when they were drawn against the Belarusian side, BATE Borisov. But last night turned out to be a different story, as BATE beat Arsenal 1-0 after Stanislaw Drahun scored with a header right at the stroke of halftime. Though Arsenal came close to scoring on various occasions, they failed to make their chances pay. This shocking defeat came against a team that hasn't even kicked a ball since December 6. All this and Alexander Lacazette's red card in the closing stages of the game sent Arsenal fans into a frenzy, leading to some hilarious Twitter reactions Arsenal Fan Tv & Chill #Arsenal fan tv tonight be likeððððð¥ð¥ð¥ #BateArsenal #emeryout pic.twitter.com/bnq6HbeTmO — UnitedTrinity68 (@UnitedTrinity68) February 14, 2019 Wiki-Edits Are So Underrated Arsenal losing to a factory club. BATE = Beating Arsenal Thursday Evening ðððð#Arsenal pic.twitter.com/vmfUhdjzm0 — 27 (@hssanhssein) February 14, 2019 Win-Win Deal For Ramsey When Juventus asks Ramsey why he wants to leave Arsenal so bad. ð#Arsenal pic.twitter.com/0jWSSF4pHD — RelegationZone- All things Football (@relegationz0ne) February 14, 2019 Okay, This Is Getting Out Of Hands. IYKWIM What a lovely week it's been .. all big English team lost at least ð. Boi @RealIzrael check this ðð¤¦ð½‍âï¸ #UEL #Arsenal pic.twitter.com/OxfNpvjYel — Official NSL ð¿ð²ð¯ (@NsofwaLombe) February 15, 2019 Damn! Son “We lost to a team that sounds like a WiFi password” ððð#arsenal — greebo (@greebo1271) February 15, 2019 Truth Has Been Spoken Roses are red violets are blue I support a team of clowns and so do you #arsenal — ð»ð°ð²ð°ðð´ððð´â¥ (@yasminkasapx) February 14, 2019 Though Arsenal will be without Lacazette for the second leg at Emirates, they are still the favourites to qualify for the next round.
  4. For a team that had hammered Australia in their own backyard and then took an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series in New Zealand, high-flying Team India was shot to the ground by the Kiwis in the fourth ODI at the Seddon Park in Hamilton on 31st January. Amid the impactful absence of Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni, India's so-called strong batting line-up collapsed like a pack of cards against a rampant bowling attack of New Zealand. Team India was given a reality check by New Zealand's swing sensation Trent Boult. Recording sensational figures of 5-21, the 29-year-old ran through the Indian batting order to ensure they were bundled out for a paltry total of 92 runs. It all began in the sixth over when Boult trapped Shikhar Dhawan (13) in front of the stumps to hand the visitors an early blow. In his next over, Boult sent Dhawan's opening partner Rohit Sharma (7) back into the hut with a caught and bowled effort. While Boult was breathing fire at one end - hitting young Shubman on the head once, Colin de Grandhomme struck twice - dismissing Ambati Rayudu (0) and Dinesh Karthik (0) - in his first over. ð¨ RECORD ALERT ð¨ Trent Boult picks up his fifth five-wicket haul for New Zealand in ODIs, equalling the legendary Richard Hadlee's record. Follow #NZvIND live ðhttps://t.co/goloMnOKex pic.twitter.com/smJ3GbGVLG — ICC (@ICC) January 31, 2019 But, Boult wasn't done as he struck again to dismiss Shubman with his second caught and bowled effort to push India on the backfoot at 33/5 in 12 overs. Kedar Jadhav (1) became his next victim after a steaming in-swinger had the Indian batsman in trouble right in front of the stumps. Hardik Pandya (16) tried to hold fort for his side, but he couldn't stop a rampant Boult from bagging a five-for when the left-arm seamer forced an edge off the Indian batsman through to the wicket-keeper. Only four Indian batsmen managed to score in double digits, while the remaining seven couldn't even score 10. Two of the Indian batsmen failed to open their account. And, the fact that Yuzvendra Chahal (18*) emerged as the top-scorer pretty much sums up India's outing with the willow. © Twitter/BLACKCAPS In reply, New Zealand lost two wickets early in their innings, but a mediocre target of 93 runs was never going to be a problem for the hosts. Riding on the back of an unbeaten 54-run partnership between Ross Taylor (37*) and Henry Nicholls (30*) for the third wicket, the Kiwis romped their way to victory with eight wickets and 212 balls to spare. While the victory gave the home fans something to cheer for, it once again brought Team India's middle-order woes to the fore. Clearly, the Indian fans weren't happy as they took to the social media to express their disappointment and rue the absence of Kohli and Dhoni. #NZvIND #4thODI #Indvnz Meanwhile When Virat opened his T.V pic.twitter.com/qgu5YPPFqz — HIMANSHU (@UnIndian_) January 31, 2019 1. Indian batting 2. Indian batting without Kohli & Dhoni#NZvInd pic.twitter.com/4ZsTpHln1T — Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) January 31, 2019 India with and without Virat Kohli. ð#NZvIND pic.twitter.com/Hka97BQo0l — bet365_aus (@bet365_aus) January 31, 2019 Pic 1 : Indian batting with Kohli and Dhoni Pic 2 : Indian batting without them pic.twitter.com/LuNU2KN1Lh — Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) January 31, 2019 India's lowest score at the fall of 6th wicket in ODIs: 28 vs SL in 2017 (No Kohli) 35 vs NZ in 2019 (No Kohli)* — Broken Cricket (@BrokenCricket) January 31, 2019 This is why you need MS Dhoni in the squad. Finishing matches are great but saving team from collapses is not everyone's cup of Tea.#4thODI #INDvsNZ — Prahalad Yadav (@Prahalad47) January 31, 2019 #4thODI pic.twitter.com/FZQIzrtBiI — Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) January 31, 2019
  5. For a team that ended 2018 with a historic Test series win, Virat Kohli-led India were shot to the ground by a rejuvenated Australian brigade in the first One-Day International (ODI) at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). In what was arguably an early wake up call, the visitors paid dearly for their batting flaws which eventually led to their 34-run loss. It was surely not the kind of start the Indian cricket team or their fans would have wanted in the new year. But, while the visiting team stuttered in the first ODI, one man, yet again, proved why he is considered one of the most feared openers in the world. BCCL It was business as usual for Rohit Sharma who notched up his first hundred after the birth of his baby girl Samaira. Carrying the baton for his side and keeping them alive in the run-chase, the right-hander smashed a brilliant 133-run knock which was decorated with six sixes and 10 boundaries. While the Mumbai batsman couldn't help India secure a win, his innings will surely linger in the memory of cricket fans for some time. For someone who has a reputation of notching up big individual scores, it wasn't really surprising to see Rohit's batting masterclass in Sydney that left former cricketers and pundits in awe. But, as successful as he is with the willow, Rohit, sadly, isn't even close to being a good dancer. Hitman learning the floss dance be like ðð#TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/37lGysldJC — BCCI (@BCCI) 13 January 2019 After setting the SCG on fire with the bat, the 'Hitman' was seen trying his hand at floss dance. In a video shared by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Twitter, the Mumbai Indians skipper was seen learning floss dance from a young girl without much success. After seemingly trying to learn the moves, Rohit was seen giving up on his effort midway as Kedar Jadhav, who missed the first ODI, stepped up to the task. Trailing 0-1 in the three-match series, the Indian cricket team, now, has little margin for error as they gear up to halt Australia's onslaught in the second ODI at the Adelaide Oval on 15th January.
  6. Yet another match, yet another early dismissal for the Indian Test opener, KL Rahul who faced only 5 balls before Shaun Marsh sent him away with an easy catch at slip. The 26-year-old was visibly disappointed as he walked back to the locker room bagging all but 9 runs for his first innings. View this post on Instagram Oh what a start for the Aussies! The seam position on this from Josh Hazlewood ðð A post shared by cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) on Jan 2, 2019 at 4:02pm PST Rahul has not been in form and was dropped for the third Test at Melbourne after performing poorly at Adelaide (2, 44) and Perth (2, 0). Evidently, the fans were annoyed when they saw his name in the Final 13-man squad for the extremely crucial fourth and final match of the series. In all honesty, very few believed that despite making the Final 13, Rahul would actually play today and were hoping to see an injury-recovering Ravichandran Ashwin on the field as a replacement for Rohit Sharma who is in India, visiting his week-old daughter. Despite opening the match with his best friend and U-19 teammate, Mayank Agarwal, who has been exceptionally good and consistent during the series, Rahul was unable to capitalise on the chemistry and went to the bench within no time. And of course, the hardcore fans of the game had things to say on Twitter. I got up 5 mins late. Missed legend's batting. KL Rahul ð#AUSvIND #INDvAUS https://t.co/PlhsvCfohu — Sir Jadeja (@SirJadeja) January 3, 2019 Still A Better Opener Than KL Rahul #INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/4kSxDFq0wJ — Buzz In The Town (@Buzzinthetown) January 3, 2019 Year changed, partner changed, pitch changed, but the scorecard of KL Rahul doesn't. Flopshow. #KLRahul @bhogleharsha @RankaRohit @cricbuzz @vikrantgupta73 — Bhushan Ranka (@RankaBhushan) January 3, 2019 KL Rahul's instagram story lasts longer than his inning. #AUSvIND #INDvAUS — Sir Jadeja (@SirJadeja) January 3, 2019 Kl rahul's wagon wheel in this series #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/s1oMWycmnS — Dictator (@whatsiniiid) December 30, 2018 People can't seem help but ask as to why is KL Rahul still a part of the team when better options like Hardik Pandya are available. Come to think of it, when Sunil Gavaskar bashed India's team management a few weeks ago and suggested sending Rahul back home where he could have partnered with Manish Pandey for Karnataka for the Ranji Trophy, it does not sound like a bad idea now in retrospect. Rahul would not only have been of great significance for Karnataka but would also have a lot of matches to play and the time to get his mojo back. But there is no point crying over spilt milk now. With the ODI series at hand starting 12th January and the World Cup around the corner, what do you think is in store for KL Rahul?
  7. Ever since winning his first World Championship title with McLaren back in 2008, Lewis Hamilton has taken huge strides in the thrilling sport we've come to know as Formula One. A five-time F1 champion, the Brit is often regarded as the best driver of his generation and widely considered as one of the greatest in the history of the sport. For a man who holds the record for all-time most career points (2,993), most wins at different circuits (26), all-time most pole positions (82) and the most Grand Slams in a single season, there is no surprise to see Hamilton boasting of a fan base spread across the globe. Even in the countries without a racing history, the Mercedes driver is equally cherished - something that was in full display when he travelled to India for the country's first-ever Grand Prix in 2011. While the Indian Grand Prix was eventually discontinued after three seasons, Hamilton still remained close to the hearts of the F1 enthusiasts in the country. But, all of that eventually changed after Hamilton's remarks over India's financial instability came out in public recently. © Reuters In a bid to promote the sport in new countries, F1 recently announced the Vietnam Grand Prix. The Vietnamese capital, Hanoi, will be seen hosting an F1 street race from 2020 following their 10-year deal. But, Hamilton isn't impressed. Questioning F1's policy of organising races in new countries, the 33-year-old claimed: "On the racing side, I don't know how important it is to go to new countries as such". “I've been to Vietnam before and it is beautiful. I've been to India before to a race which was strange because India was such a poor place yet we had this massive, beautiful Grand Prix track made in the middle of nowhere. I felt very conflicted when I went to that Grand Prix," Hamilton said. The F1 has been seen expanding beyond its traditional heartlands, adding races in China, India, South Korea, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Russia, Azerbaijan and Turkey, with mixed results. But, at the same time, historic European races in England, Germany and Italy have come under threat, while France dropped off the circuit for 10 years before returning this season. © Reuters "We've got a lot of real racing history in England, Germany, Italy and now in the States, it is starting to grow. But you only have one event per year in those places. If it was my business, I'd be trying to do more events in those countries," Hamilton added. Emphasising on the need to keep the races restricted to countries with rich racing tradition, Hamilton said: "If you have the German Grand Prix and you've got a Grand Prix in Berlin, I think connecting to cities where a lot of people are is probably a good thing, not necessarily going to countries where they don't know so much about Formula One". While Hamilton was probably talking from a driver's perspective, his comments about India didn't go down well with the F1 fans in the country. Read what a brainless "Black" and almost a second-class citizen in so-called white people's country, told about India. Lewis Hamilton Questions F1 Races In "Poor" Countries Like India https://t.co/u1PpK9Kzbw — Dhiraj Patra (@dhirajpatra) November 14, 2018 Hey @LewisHamilton you should thank your father for not feeling 'conflicted' while migrating from one of the poorer colonies to England... otherwise you would be driving a bullock cart right now. #LewisHamilton #HamiltonIndia https://t.co/c0xESN57QI — Escape Velocity (@velocity_esc) November 14, 2018 @LewisHamilton you are racist!! to the core. Arrogant idiot.@MercedesAMGF1 @MercedesBenzInd you better pack up and leave since Poor India can't buy your cars. https://t.co/OcF8fgZBHh — TigerBaBað®ð³ (@RDsaveTIGER) November 14, 2018 @LewisHamilton Thanks for the praise (https://t.co/bFfeHfM2xM) and people used to ask me why I am not your fan. To your fans in India, He is a classic english mutt no surprises, #racist — Mankomal Singh (@CallSignHARP) November 14, 2018 RT @philipbkk: No Lewis Hamilton, you are wrong. F1 needs to go to new countries to popularize the sport. I think it's better you stick to racing and let the sponsors, marketing and branding teams for Formula 1 handle the race circuits. FYI F1 is hugely popular in India. #F1 @F1 — Jwsoat Bot (@JwsoatBot) November 14, 2018 Mr Hamilton your choice of words is poor - India is rich in many aspects - btw why do you think these organizations or corporations focus on India - it is going to be the place with lot of potential from sales perspective — Selva (@selvamsm1) November 14, 2018 1. @LewisHamilton Dear Lewis Let me tell something, I am your Fan but I am Definitely from India, it's not a Poor Place, it's had a GDP of $2.27 trillion, and hell lot of People know about F1 or Moto GP or any racing sport, My dad was a Racer so India know very well about Racing. — PRAVISH ROHIT (@fabpravish) November 14, 2018 Its the same logic and reason why the likes of Google, Microsoft, SAP, Pepsi, and many more make Indians their CEOs; and why global retailers, banks, insurers, auto makers, and telecom giants throng to be in India. Can you guess the logic now, or need more clues Mr. Hamilton? — Prasad Dixit (@prasaddixit1966) November 14, 2018 @LewisHamilton India is a poor place you said? What about ur ancestors' land nigga? Your monkey dad.. he came from a rich land? #India was far far richer than most western nations b4 bloody British & other invaders looted this great & rich land. Look at your face before you speak — Sour Grapes (@champaran) November 14, 2018 Never really liked you even before your ridiculous statement and now I like you even less. And I'm sure I'm not the only one .You seem to have no issues coming to India for your promotions and yet you don't wanna race here. Don't ever come back. We don't wanna see your face. — Cryo (@Cryo68268554) November 14, 2018 @LewisHamilton Serious Lewis?? You really think Indians don't follow or know F1? Don't judge India based on movies. Do you even know how big a fan base you h̶a̶v̶e̶ had in India? https://t.co/Xz9uXENAoL — Ram S (@ramaero) November 14, 2018 Ignoring India is F1's loss. This is the 'poor' country where universities and tourism boards come pleading for business. — Surya Iyer (@suryavoice) November 14, 2018 @LewisHamilton Says the man from Stevenage - the shithole of the UK! India has the 5th largest GDP on the world.Maybe you should try to 'expand' in genuine poor countries like the Caribbean. Mark my words, India does not need #F1 , but there will come the time #F1 will need India — Robin Perez (@rubestar11) November 14, 2018 First thing - fucking British was built by " looting" other country resources.. That's the giving British history.. Secondly, this negro moron Hamilton has no idea what is india today... U can't expect Mercedes to run around in every corner in India. — Stk (@androidstreak) November 14, 2018 #Formula1 India is not poor but world's sixth largest economy and fastest growing. Yes, it does have a large no. of poor and efforts are on to uplift them. Simultaneously, we have adequate infra, ppl amongst richest in world, a humongous middle class, and a market 4 big players. — Suresh Lakhanpal (@sclakhanpal) November 14, 2018 An arrogant statement.India ranks above Britain in GDP,Forex reserve, Manufacturing, I T and many https://t.co/jvpJ7Tuve6 Co's r queing up to sell their products. Don't underestimate the power of 1.3 billion TV audience &we do have a great viewership fr Formula 1 too. — Raghunathan tk (@raghunathtk) November 14, 2018 @LewisHamilton Your recent statement about India that we are poor people and can not have grand prix. That very moment you lost my respect. One thing we have been looted for more than 200 yrs by Britishers. And London was developed on the money looted from India. — anvit kumar singh (@anvitkumarsingh) November 14, 2018 His whole career. He bangs on about hard work and “still I rise” it's so incongruent. Born with a silver spoon and had the best car in every season he's raced in. Stick him in a force India and see how great he is. — Gareth J Pegg (@garethpegg) November 13, 2018
  8. The world of cricket is well versed with the fiery rivalry shared between India and Pakistan. It entices fans, makes up for an exciting contest on the field and attracts limelight like no other. Thus, when the two teams locked horns in the 2018 Asia Cup recently, tempers were once again expected to soar. However, contrary to popular perception, their group game failed to live up to the expectations of fans, as Pakistan suffered a heavy eight-wicket loss at the hands of Rohit Sharma & co in the tournament. Bowled out for a mere 162 runs, Pakistan failed miserably to defend their total as India avenged their 2017 Champions Trophy final loss in style. © BCCL Sarfraz Ahmed and his boys were so poor, that it beggared belief. Irked by Pakistan's dismal show, their fans took pot-shots at the team and slammed them for their shambolic defeat at the hands of arch-rivals India. If the mood amongst the fans was damp, the state of mind of former Pakistani cricketers who witnessed their team's debacle, was even worse. Ahead of their Super Four clash, an Indian journalist tried to get an emotional response from Shoaib Akhtar by asking him if Pakistan was once again ready to get hammered by the 'Men in Blue'. Infuriated by the anchor's choice of words, the former Pakistani speedster minced no words in shutting her down. He asked the anchor to ask questions related solely to cricket before claiming that he isn't a state-level cricketer. He further asked her to maintain a sense of dignity and rethink who's sitting in front of her. Akhtar's comments came during a pre-match chat show that also included Gautam Gambhir and Sandeep Patil. While Akhtar eventually managed to shut the Indian anchor, he just couldn't save Pakistan from another hammering at the hands of India in the Super Four clash later in the day. Defending a mediocre total of 237 runs, Pakistan failed miserably against the marauding opening pair of Rohit and Shikhar Dhawan whose hundreds powered their side to an emphatic nine-wicket win. It was India's second successive win over Pakistan in the ongoing tournament.
  9. It came as a shocker for the whole world when it was announced that Cristiano Ronaldo is joining Juventus. The deal wasn't an ordinary one either, the club spent a whopping over EUR 100 million to bring Ronaldo onboard. © Reuters When you are counted among the best footballers the world has ever seen, the bar of expectations automatically skyrockets with every match you play. For Ronaldo, however, it has pretty much been a dud performance after joining Juventus, since he hasn't scored a single goal for the club. If things weren't tough for the five-time Ballon d'Or winner already, now his son has outshined him with his brilliant performance in his debut match for the Juventus U-9 team. © Instagram Cristianinho is only 8, but his massive kicks and skills are way better than half the footballers around the world. In his first match for the club, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. wearing the iconic jersey number 7, scored 4 goals and helped his side beat Lucento by 5-1. Take a look at this Cristiano Ronaldo Jr goal today: pic.twitter.com/Ulgm6hrnK3 — Cristiano Ronaldo ð³ï¸ð´ (@CRonaldoNews) September 1, 2018 Looks like Ronaldo's son can probably give him some tips on how to score for Juventus. Although, we're confident that this dry streak won't stay for a long time and Ronaldo will come back with a bang soon. Source: Times Now
  10. Sheikh Rasheed. Photo: FileRAWALPINDI: Awami Muslim League (AML) leader Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad said Sunday he would form a coalition with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan to "prove that the poor people are in power".While addressing a...
  11. Geo.tv/FilesRAWALPINDI: Awami Muslim League (AML) leader Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad said Sunday he would form a coalition with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan to "prove that the poor people are in power".While addressing a rally here in...
  12. From NA-67 Jhelum, Fawad Chaudhry is the candidate for PTI/ file photoJHELUM: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has become disgruntled with party Spokesman Fawad Chaudhry over mismanagement and lack of public at a party rally in Jhelum,...
  13. He has the highest individual score - a mammoth 264-run knock - in One-Day Internationals (ODIs) to his name. He is the only player in the world to score three double hundreds in the 50-over format. And, more recently, he became the first player ever to score three centuries in each format of international cricket. But, despite his envious resume, Rohit Sharma can't seem to satiate the thirst of ever-demanding Indian fans. For a man who was heavily criticised for his ordinary form during the eleventh edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), Rohit began his England tour with a 30-ball 32 in India's eight-wicket triumph in the first T20I. The second game, once again, saw him stutter as his mediocre nine-ball knock of five runs sparked massive outrage from fans on the social media. Twitter However, in the final T20I at Bristol, Rohit rose to the occasion and delivered the goods when his team needed it the most. The right-hander cantered to an unbeaten hundred in just 56 deliveries. Despite a slow start to the series, Rohit eventually emerged as the leading run-scorer in the series with 137 runs in three games. Thanks to his match-winning performance in the third T20I, many thought that the 'Hitman' was finally past his poor run with the willow. And, the Mumbai batsman testified to that fact with an unbeaten knock of 137 runs in the first ODI against England which also propelled India to a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Twitter The second ODI at Lord's saw both Rohit (15) and Team India stutter collectively as England bounced back in the series with a 86-run win. With the series evenly poised and Leeds gearing up for a befitting finale, the Indian fans had pinned their hopes on Rohit to once again get the team over the line in the deciding game. But, they were left heartbroken, disappointed and, in the end, quite frustrated by Rohit's performance. Asked to bat first on the hard Headingley surface, India suffered an early blow after David Willey struck in the sixth over to send Rohit back into the hut. For someone who scored a brilliant hundred in the first ODI, Rohit never looked settled in his brief stay at the crease. He was consistently beaten by England seamers in the 17 deliveries he faced before eventually getting holed out at deep square leg. The Indian opener was dismissed for just two runs off 18 balls. And, as expected, the Indian fans minced no words in slamming the same man they cherished earlier in the series. As Soon As Rohit Sharma Scores A Century In A Particular Series, He Should Be Dropped From The Rest Of The Matches As Everyone Knows He Won't Be Performing Anymore....#ENGvIND — Babu Bhaiya (@Shahrcasm) July 17, 2018 Rohit sharma's problem is he starts his inning very very slow and after eating too much delivery he plays shots under pressure and throws his wicket. He needs to rotate the strike at the very beginning. #ENGvsIND #INDvENG — Rahul Raj (@IamRahulRaJ1) July 17, 2018 Said this during the SA series and will say it again. Dhawan is by far a better ODI batsman than Rohit Sharma. Criminally underrated in ODIs, rarely gets discussed while discussing World XI openers while King Road gets all the attention by bullying Lankan kids. — Shanky (@CricAussieFan) July 17, 2018 First make KL Rahul to bat at no 4 and then expect him to flop one match and yay! tatical change worked #INDvENG #ENGvsIND while Rohit Sharma gets 25 chances to get a good personnel score. Hypocrisy at its best. — Prashanth Sowdi (@psowdi) July 17, 2018 Waiter: Rohit Sharma what you like to eat? . Rohit Sharma: Can I have KL Rahul's spot in Indian team ? . A moment of silence#ENGvIND #INDvENG — Bikramð (@Bikramvk18) July 17, 2018 3 disasters in 3rd ODI by India. 1) KL Rahul dropped. 2) Suresh Raina still playing. 3) Rohit Sharma missed his century by just 98 runs.#ENGvIND #INDvsENG — Ravi ð®ð³ (@Jai_Shri_Shyam_) July 17, 2018 Solid start for India. A quickfire 2 runs from Rohit Sharma providing necessary momentum... to him to go back to the dressing room. — Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) July 17, 2018 And Rohit Sharma does a classic Rohit Sharma, yet again. Slightly overcast conditions and a half decent pitch, the man is back to being his usual self! #EngVsInd — Shraman Saha (@SahaShraman) July 17, 2018 One failure in the ODIs and KL Rahul is booted out. You see— not everyone is as talented and lucky as Rohit Sharma. ಹಾಳಾà²à²¿ ಹà³à²à³à²°à³ #ENGvIND — Ramachandra.M/ ರಾಮà²à²à²¦à³à²°.à²à²®à³ (@nanuramu) July 17, 2018 Rohit Sharma: I am an opener. My job is to just open the innings and go back. — Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) July 17, 2018 Rohit Sharma, whenever conditions are helpful for bowlers. pic.twitter.com/rfBarD3oTw — Kuptaan ð®ð³ (@Kuptaan) July 17, 2018 Whi purani kahani rohit sharma ki pehle match me century baki fusssss — à¤à¤°à¥à¤ªà¤¿à¤¤ (@Arpitsoni7) July 17, 2018 Rohit Sharma be like! #ENGvIND #INDvENG #RohitSharmapic.twitter.com/L5lOQd98f3 — Rohit Sharma (@Official_Ro45) July 17, 2018
  14. A donkey was beaten and bruised after supporters of a political party used it in their rally to elude to a party rival as gadha [donkey]. Photo: ACF Animal Rescue/FacebookKARACHI: As the election fever grips the country, a brutal incident of animal...
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