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  1. Trailing 0-2 in the five-match series, the Indian cricket team scripted a resounding comeback after securing a 203-run win over England in the third Test at Trent Bridge. The victory didn't just keep India alive, but it also allowed their fans to dream on for a historic Test series win in England. But, it wasn't meant to be. What began as a promise of better things to come, eventually turned into heartbreak and disappointment as Virat Kohli's men slumped to a 60-run loss at the Ageas Bowl in the fourth Test. India's loss meant that the hosts romped to a 3-1 win with one game still left to play in the series. But, there was a lot to ponder for the visitors. © Reuters The poor run of Indian openers in the series had instigated calls for Prithvi Shaw's inclusion for the fifth Test, while the middle-order woes of the visitors also demanded a few changes going into the final match of the series. Having lost the series, the Indian team was expected to make some noticeable changes in their line-up at the Kennington Oval. But, India's playing XI didn't really go down well with cricket pundits or the fans. There was no change at the top as KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan got another opportunity at the expense of young Shaw. Ravichandran Ashwin, whose struggles in the fourth Test were crucial in India's loss, was dropped to make way for Ravindra Jadeja. But, the surprising change came in the form of Hanuma Vihari, who replaced Hardik Pandya. Vihari, who was only included in the squad for the final two Tests, was handed a debut despite the fact that someone like Karun Nair, a triple centurion who was named in the side for the series, hasn't played a single game. In a series where the Indian middle-order has been exposed, Nair's technically-sound batting could have probably been the answer, but the Indian team management thought otherwise and opted for Vihari instead. © Reuters But, the move didn't impress Sunil Gavaskar who came down hard on the team management. "He (Karun) is not your favourite player. The selectors seem to have brought him. Don't think the team management likes him. He has every right to ask the team management why he is not in the team. He deserves an answer. You didn't pick an extra specialist batsman earlier, but now that you have, Karun Nair deserves an answer," Gavaskar said. Apart from Gavaskar, the social media was also abuzz with Karun's exclusion from the fifth Test as cricket bigwigs and fans condemned the Indian team management's decision. It's quite intriguing that no one is talking about the possibility of playing Karun Nair...If India wants to play 6 batsmen, he should be the first choice. If bowling a little is the deal-breaker, it's another matter... #EngvInd — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) September 7, 2018 India's selectors have just made a damning statement of what they think of Karun Nair as a player. Very very hard on him. Would love to know what he was told when the team was announced. — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) September 7, 2018 India A capt Karun Nair who scored an unbeaten treble hundred against England hasn't batted in the nets at The Oval & no journalist writes about it. They all seem to be interested in off the field match between Ganguly & Shastri. This is what modern cricket journalism is. Sad — Makarand Waingankar (@wmakarand) September 7, 2018 Indian team is losing in England because of Virat Kohli's overweening attitude. He plays favourites. Not picking Pujara in the first test, playing an unfit Ashwin in the 4th, and picking up Vihari ahead of Karun Nair are but a few of these examples. Great batsman, poor leader. — Sanjay Dixit सà¤à¤à¤¯ (@Sanjay_Dixit) September 7, 2018 I have immense respect for, and am a huge fan too, of both Ravi Shastri and Virat Kohli. But the selection of Hanuma Vihari ahead of Karun Nair is the mother and father of the duo's baffling selections. Sorry! #ENGvIND — Arun Gopalakrishnan (@statanalyst) September 7, 2018 Shock Test debut for Hanuma Vihari (predictable after practice sessions last couple days, but still!) Meanwhile, Karun Nair is busy twiddling thumbs in some part of London. #EngvInd — Chetan Narula (@chetannarula) September 7, 2018 Would not like to be Karun Nair right now. Sat through the Afghanistan Test and now the England series. Not considered when finally India adds a batsman. — Saurabh Malhotra (@MalhotraSaurabh) September 7, 2018 Hanuman Vihari getting a test match ahead of Karun Nair is perplexing. Karun must have been singularly unimpressive in the nets. Reminds me of 1986, where when Chetan Sharma was injured, Madan Lal who was playing League cricket was preferred to Prabhakar who was in the squad. — Joy Bhattacharjya (@joybhattacharj) September 7, 2018 Good luck to Hanuma Vihari on debut, but just what has Karun Nair done wrong? For five four Tests he has served drinks as India's top order has let their bowlers down. And he still can't get a game. #ENGvIND #KarunNair — Anand Vasu (@anandvasu) September 7, 2018 If Karun Nair retires from Test cricket today he will retire with the best Test average in the history of Indian cricket. Over 60)) — shishir hattangadi (@shishhattangadi) September 7, 2018
  2. No matter the sport, every sportsperson dreams about playing for their respective countries. It's a matter of great pride and a testimony to their evolution as a player in the sport. Many share their happiness with family and friends, while some take to social media to express their emotions. For, James Vince, it was latter. Included in the England squad as a replacement for Jonny Bairstow for the fourth Test at Ageas Bowl, the 27-year-old batsman was understandably excited to get the national call-up when he took to Twitter to thank his supporters. “Thank you for the messages of support. Very excited to be joining up with the squad @TheAgeasBowl next week. No better place to wrap the series up,” he wrote on Twitter. Thank you for the messages of support. Very excited to be joining up with the squad @TheAgeasBowl next week. No better place to wrap the series up 𤠗 James Vince (@vincey14) August 24, 2018 But, the right-hander got carried away while predicting the outcome of the five-match Test series. Vince, captain of the Hampshire County Cricket Club, hinted that England - who are leading 2-1 - will wrap up the series in the next Test. And, quite understandably, it didn't go down well with the Indian fans. From slamming the England batsman for his outrageous prediction to reminding him of India's prowess, the Indian fans took turns to poke fun at Vince who was cut a sorry figure on the microblogging website. @vincey14 if you were as good as your tweet,you would have been playing right from the 1st Test #ENGvIND — AGNEY FERNANDES (@AGNEY65102108) August 26, 2018 Good dream son...see u in Southampton — Sanu Tripathi (@sanutripathi771) August 24, 2018 Dream on Mate! @BCCI has other plans for u all! #ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/dHI8y4D0vf — Meddy Z (@MeddyXIT) August 27, 2018 Hahahah , wrap up the series ððð in ur dreams bro . — Kapil (@KapilRaut4) August 24, 2018 Wrap up the series? Indians have other plans dude. #caughtsecondslip — Nizamul Bhuyan (@NizamulBhuyan1) August 25, 2018 Too much confidence isn't good for a new comer — Salman_1703 (@Salmangondekar) August 24, 2018 Wrap the series up? Love the confidence not sure it's going to happen ð — HARDHIK LETAP (@HardhikP) August 26, 2018
  3. Battered, bruised and eventually left to pick up the pieces after their Lord's debacle, the Indian cricket team fought against all odds to restore the faith of their fans with a resounding comeback in the five-match Test series against England. Trailing 0-2 in the much-anticipated series, Team India showed everyone why they are ranked No. 1 in the longest format following their massive 203-run triumph at Trent Bridge. Taking the field with their back against the wall, the Indian team was adequately aided by a crucial 60-run opening partnership between Shikhar Dhawan (35) and KL Rahul (23). And, if the openers got India off to a solid start, the 159-run stand between Virat Kohli (97) and Ajinkya Rahane (81) for the fourth wicket allowed the visitors to amass 329 runs in the first innings. © Reuters A much-improved showing with the bat was followed by an equally impressive bowling performance where the likes of Hardik Pandya (5-28), Ishant Sharma (2-32) and Jasprit Bumrah (2-37) all combined together to ensure England bundled out for a paltry 161 runs in the first innings. The second innings saw another brilliant batting performance from India's top 4, with skipper Kohli standing tall for his pivotal 103. Posting a mammoth target of 521 runs, India already had an upperhand over the opposition psychologically and the bowlers did the rest. It took just one-and-a-half days for Kohli & co to stun England with Bumrah repeating the heroics of Pandya with his five-for in the second innings. © Reuters For a team that was believed to be buried and dead, Kohli-led India made the critics and naysayers eat their words through a spirited performance in the third Test. Their win also meant that the Indian fans can still hope for their side to go on and win the series. And, even if it seems far-fetched, the 2-1 scoreline in the series surely makes for an exciting contest in the remaining games. On the other hand, for someone like Kohli, who was fighting his own demons to come good in the English conditions, the emphatic win achieved on the back of 200 individual runs (both innings combined) was not only worthy of the 'Man of the Match' award, but also established his stature as one of the best in the business. © Reuters If India's triumph elated the fans, Kohli's heartfelt gesture after the game for Kerala flood victims earned him more respect. After accepting the MoM award, Kohli acknowledged the state of great emergency in Kerala back home and, likewise, dedicated India's win to those affected by the natural calamity. "We would like to dedicate this victory to Kerala flood victims, it's a tough time there and this is the minimum we can do on our part. The victory was much needed to keep the series alive, the credit goes to the entire dressing room. We didn't panic, we were outplayed in only one game out of the last 5, and that was Lord's," Kohli said. © Reuters Talking about his team's massive improvement, he said: "We dominated in this game because we put runs on the board and then the bowlers did well, even Ashwin did well with his injury. The batsmen did well to give them a cushion to go hard. Even the slips did well, and this mix of all skills couldn't have come at a better time. Ajinkya was clear in his mindset in the first innings, and when he goes out and plays like that, he can change the game. They're a quality attack and you need grit and determination, and Ajinkya did that in the first innings and Pujara in the 2nd". "I haven't thought about the 2014 failures, but I'd like to thank my wife who is here and keeps motivating me. The four fastest bowlers in the series have been Indians and we're proud of our fitness levels. We want the opposition to bat well and get runs and we don't want to gift them any. We definitely believe we can come back from 0-2 to 3-2 if we keep performing the way we have done in this Test, we just need to keep moving forward, keep winning," he concluded.
  4. Trailing 0-2 in the five-match series, the Indian cricket team took the field at Trent Bridge with the prospect of thwarting the efforts of their English counterparts who seemed hell bent on handing the visitors another embarrassing defeat. But, despite their back against the wall, Virat Kohli & co found their lost spirit to produce arguably their best performance in the ongoing series - one that has propelled them to a potential win. After a shambolic defeat at Lord's, the Indian cricket team ticked all the boxes in the third Test. The batting unit looked more responsible in their approach, while the bowlers adequately backed it up with impressive performances. If the resurgence of Indian captain batting in tandem with Ajinkya Rahane lifted the visitors on the first day, Hardik Pandya's brilliant five-for on Day 2 ensured his side amassed a sizeable lead to take control of the game. © Reuters Amongst many positives, the inclusion of young Rishabh Pant in place of experienced Dinesh Karthik, too, proved to be a masterstroke for India. The Delhi left-hander looked far more convincing than Karthik in his brisk 51-ball 24 before becoming the fourth Indian wicket-keeper to take five catches on debut. Pant's ability to play his shots and carefully negating the challenge posed by the England quicks undoubtedly left the opposition frustrated. A testimony to that was probably Stuart Broad who was seen giving an abusive send-off to young Pant after he chopped one back onto the stumps on Day 2. After dismissing Pant, the seasoned England bowler was seen firing expletives at the Indian wicket-keeper. While many thought it was more of a friendly banter, Broad's antics probably stemmed out of the frustration they had in the match so far. The ongoing Test series did not witness anything like this before, thus, there was no surprise to see the cricket fans coming down hard on Broad for his immature behaviour. I'm English and I'm embarrassed by that send off Stuart Broad gave a young Pant on debut. Maybe frustration after bowling well yesterday and not getting wickets. Hope he looks back and regretts it. Game needs a bit of spice but not like that. #ENGvIND #Broad #Pant — Cricket tweets (@_stavros1) August 19, 2018 Lol Stuart Broad saying a few words n giving send off to debutant Rishabh Pant. Try doing that to Virat Kohli ð Doesn't matter now. #ViratKohli will take a note of this for sure ð#ENGvIND — Saurabh Shinde ð (@imsgshinde) August 19, 2018 Stuart broad is so lucky to have the surname that he has. He will probably get away because the men who have to report him first have to work with his dad as well. Let's see if any of the on field umpires have the guts to report him for his Pant send-off #cricket #EngvInd — Chandresh Narayanan (@chand2579) August 19, 2018 The @ICC have taken action against Stuart Broad for the Send off of Pant and have decided to ban KG Rabada for one match #ENGvIND — Bilal ð¿ð¦ð¥ (@billz_25) August 19, 2018 Stuart Broad is talking a bit too much. @RishabPant777 maybe the 2nd innings you can remind him about the @YUVSTRONG12 6 sixes. #ENGvIND — Saiyami Kher (@SaiyamiKher) August 19, 2018 Stuart Broad mouthing off Rishabh Pant on the latter's debut Test. Cute. Waiting for another Yuvraj Singh to emerge. #ENGvIND — Aishu Haridas (@imaishu_) August 19, 2018 Stuart Broad teases 20 years Rishabh Pant after his wicket! Inner of Rishabh Pant :- Mere andar ke Yuvraj Singh Ko mat jaga.... ð®ð³ ð#6ball6 #KyaHogaIssBaar #YuvrajSingh #StuartBroad — Pritesh Gaikwad (@Pritesh20532677) August 19, 2018 Stuart Broad sledged Rishabh Pant in first session Rishabh Pant replied in second session with five exceptional catches#ENGvIND — Parikshit Shah ð®ð³ðð± (@imparixit) August 19, 2018 Very classy Stuart Broad. Giving a send-off to a 20-year-old. No wonder you are one of the most disliked cricketers. #EngvInd — Amrut Thobbi (@amrutti) August 19, 2018 Rishab Pant began his Test career with a six, and this douchebag Stuart Broad couldn't fathom it. I bet he still has nightmares about Yuvi destroying him. ð #ENGvIND #INDvENG — Akshay Kumar G (@AkshayShakira) August 19, 2018
  5. Not very long ago, four young and upcoming cricketers - Virat Kohli, Steve Smith, Kane Williamson and Joe Root - were tipped as the next big thing in the world of cricket. Today, these four star batsmen have all established themselves as the backbone of their respective team's batting line-up. They all are captains of their respective teams and it's not surprising to see these four batting maestros occupying the top four spots in Test rankings. But, if anyone saw the rankings recently, they would have surely noticed that every single batsman ranked as No. 1 in Tests. Wait, what? Yep, it was neither an error, nor a publicity stunt. It was rather a joke that came at the behest of American rapper Kanye West. How's that even possible? Kanye and cricket are poles apart, no? Here's the story behind the joke. no one is better than anyone — KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) August 13, 2018 It all began when Kanye took to Twitter and tweeted: "no one is better than anyone". While many of his fans expressed their views on the tweet, the International Cricket Council (ICC) came up with a unique response. If you say so yeezy ¯_(ã)_/¯ pic.twitter.com/y4P1BVmTyc — ICC (@ICC) August 14, 2018 To the sheer surprise of cricket fans, the governing body shared a screenshot of the players' rankings in Tests where every single batsman was ranked as No. 1. "If you say so yeezy," ICC's tweet read. As soon as the tweet surfaced, the cricket fans across the globe came up with their own response to ICC's joke which soon went viral. pic.twitter.com/ParRyNTd1R — ð¾ (@starrynites_) August 15, 2018 What on Earth is this ?? ðð Crazy !! ð — Krishna (@krisbangalore95) August 14, 2018 ððð — Shriran Umbarkar (@Shrirang_4u) August 14, 2018 Icc or Roma account ðð — -CR7 PAAJI- (@Kakarla07) August 14, 2018 Thanks for giving us a new emoji idea ICC — Akhil Nigam (@IMAkhilNigam) August 16, 2018 Probably ICC is still in the hangover of @Cristiano move to @juventusfcen... — saurabh pareek (@saurabhpareek82) August 15, 2018
  6. The drama surrounding Indian skipper Virat Kohli and the whole test match series between India and England seems to be thickening now. Kohli recently hit headlines after he mimicked England captain Joe Roots epic 'mic drop' celebration after he was run out, and ran around the field blowing kisses in the air. © Twitter Soon after, Kohli was playing his innings as wifey Anushka watched him play. When he hit his century, the doting husband kissed his wedding ring for the world to see, as Anushka beamed with joy from the gallery. © Instagram However, yesterday after England won the first Test match, the English fans couldn't help but mock the Indian team while the team bus left the venue. A group of English fans got together to chant 'where's your Kohli now' while many others including some Indian fans shouted 'balle balle' The game is getting tougher for our men in blue but Virat Kohli, as usual, is working on an iron-clad response for the English. As far as 'Where's your Kohli' is concerned, they just have to wait and watch till he strikes back again!
  7. Kuldeep Yadav has been included in the 18-man India squad for the first three Tests in England after impressing in recent limited overs matches. Photo:AFPLEEDS: India left-arm wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav has been included in an 18-man squad...
  8. File photo of Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump. Photo: AFPHELSINKI: After months of anticipation, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin meet Monday to put to the test the US president´s ambition to forge a personal bond with the Kremlin chief.If Trump´s...
  9. Sri Lanka´s Dilruwan Perera (C) celebrates with wicketkeeper Niroshan Dickwella (R) after he dismissed South Africa´s Hashim Amla during the third day of the opening Test match, Galle, July 14, 2018. Photo: AFPGALLE: South Africa collapsed...
  10. On Monday, Swiss tennis star channeled his inner Tendulkar while playing his fourth-round match against France's Adrian Mannarino. Photo: AFP Swiss tennis star Roger Federer was handed the number one batsman ranking by the International Cricket...
  11. Pak win Fist Test will Pakistan win all test matches. Yeo or No
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