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  1. It has been more than two years since the Men in Blue lost by a massive 180 margin to Sarfaraz Ahmed's Pakistan cricket team in the final of the 2017 edition of Champions Trophy which took place at The Oval in London. Considered to be the most dominating force in the world of international cricket, Virat Kohli's boys were being viewed as the tournament favourites and were expected to take home the title for a record third time. But the Pakistan side were focused and had come to lift the trophy. After losing the toss, Pakistan were asked to bat first and thanks to some brilliant innings played by openers Fakhar Zaman (114) and Azhar Ali (59), their team total mounted up to 338 in 50 overs. On the other hand, bowler Mohammad Amir dismissed the best batsmen of the Indian side in Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli, while Dhoni was dismissed by Hasan Ali. © Reuters Under such circumstances, when India desperately needed someone to control the bleeding and score big runs, all-rounder Hardik Pandya entered the field and was nearly successful in turning around the game in favour of his team. Hitting four 4's and six 6's during his innings, Pandya scored 76 runs off just 43 balls. However, a tiny miscommunication between Pandya and teammate Ravindra Jadeja led to the extremely unfortunate dismissal of the in-form batsman. In the 27th over, both batsmen came out of the crease for a single but Jadeja quickly turned his back on Pandya and saved himself, leaving Pandya in the middle of the pitch with Mohammad Hafeez running him out. This led to a fuming Pandya being forced to exit the field, visibly upset at his teammate. “When you are in that situation, nothing goes through your mind. That time it was just anger because I was in the zone… I went into the dressing room and started throwing things.” Pandya admits in the video interview with the International Cricket Council (ICC). “I went to 'Jaddu' and said 'I am extremely sorry. It was not intentional, no matter what happened, I am not that guy'.” “He is kind of a chill person who doesn't take a lot of pressure on himself,” Ravindra Jadeja praised Pandya in the same video. “He is kind of a rockstar, I would say.” It is such a camaraderie between the members of the Indian cricket team, one of the most effective and powerful sides in international cricket, that continues to bring in success for them.
  2. Ever since the arrival of Jurgen Klopp at Anfield, Liverpool has grown into a match-winning side that managed to entice fans on the back of spectacular performances on the field. But, despite their attacking might and defensive capabilities, the Reds had nothing for their prolific showing as the major trophies continued to elude them. But, their hard work and perseverance eventually paid off when they triumphed over a lacklustre Tottenham Hotspur brigade in the UEFA Champions League final at a packed Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid. Thanks to goals by Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi, Liverpool won the summit clash 2-0, and ended their Champions League trophy drought after 14 years. © Reuters Their triumph might have come in what was arguably one of the most boring finals in the Champions League history, but the Reds don't care and it shouldn't matter either, given the spectacular performances of Klopp's men this year. Elated to finally taste the European glory, the Liverpool stars were understandably on cloud nine as the celebrations kicked in. Following their win over Spurs, the Liverpool players made the trip back to England from Madrid. And, during their flight, they were seen sharing photos and videos on the social media that garnered a lot of attention. At the same time, Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson also shared a photo of himself alongside the coveted trophy. View this post on Instagram Liverpool here we come âï¸ð A post shared by Jordan Henderson (@jhenderson) on Jun 2, 2019 at 2:40am PDT Taking to Instagram, the Liverpool skipper was seen sitting comfortably on his seat, with his legs wrapped around and placed on top of the Champions League trophy during their flight. The same photo was posted by Liverpool's official Facebook page. But, while some showered praise on their much-awaited win, many slammed Henderson for disrespecting the Champions League trophy. Here's a look at how fans reacted to Henderson's photo after Liverpool's Champions League win:
  3. The Champions League final between Liverpool FC and Tottenham Hotspur was a rather uneventful one. An extremely gutsy 'handball' call by the referees in the first minute of the game, gave the 2019 Premier League Golden Boot winner Mohamed Salah the opportunity to score from the penalty spot in the first two minutes of kick-off, and probably made the entire Spurs roster a bit hesitant for the rest of the final, which was evident as the ball barely made it past the Liverpool defence. Credit: Reuters To add insult to injury, substitute Divock Origi sent a brilliant ripper to the bottom right corner of the Hotspur goal that went past keeper Hugo Lloris and into the net in the 87th minute to help the Reds win the 2019 Champions League Trophy. But guess who was the real winner as the two teams went head on to win one of the greatest leagues in the football world? This pitch invader, who leapt across the on-field security and onto the ground, and was finally caught hold of right at the heart of the stadium with thousands of fans cheering for her. This courageous lady, Kinsey Wolanski, jumped over the lines, went past Liverpool keeper Alisson Becker, towards the centre, cheering with both hands up before being pinned down by the stadium security right next to Harry Winks, who looked visibly uncomfortable. View this post on Instagram Did I distract #8 a little too much? A post shared by Kinsey Wolanski (@kinsey_sue) on Jun 1, 2019 at 4:51pm PDT She was obviously escorted out of the field with two security guards by her side, stopping her from celebrating and greeting the audience and was eventually escorted out of the stadium with her hands tied behind her back. She certainly did not mind. View this post on Instagram STREAKING THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE! Life is for living, do crazy things that you will remember forever ð A post shared by Kinsey Wolanski (@kinsey_sue) on Jun 1, 2019 at 4:43pm PDT “STREAKING THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE! Life is for living, do crazy things that you will remember forever,” she wrote in her caption. What is crazier is the fact that before Wolanski made the life-altering decision of invading the Champions League final, her following on Instagram was somewhere in the 2,00,000s but in less than a few hours of the incident, her following skyrocketed to 1.4 million and continues to grow. Also, Twitter seems to like her: Yes, Salah has scored but the real star in this UCL final has been that pitch invader ððpic.twitter.com/ebBT07iTHc — Anthony (@_Ambitiousguy) June 1, 2019 The best pitch invader ever ðð#UCLfinal pic.twitter.com/Ss36dOzIdP — UCL FINAL ð(@TheSporTalk) June 1, 2019 A pitch invader worthy of a UCL final ð#UCLFinal pic.twitter.com/8bySrj6zQl — Obote (@obote_jonathan) June 1, 2019 Best part of the game was the pitch invader #UCLfinal #UCL #UCLFinal19 #TOTLIV #ChampionsLeagueFinal pic.twitter.com/98C5N3B1nu — Michael Toal (@MPT_Enzo) June 1, 2019
  4. The greatest honour in the world of cricket, for which every aspiring cricketer lusts after ever since they first dreamed about playing for their country and their colours, the ICC World Cup trophy is designed to perfection and feels worthy of a championship winning team. Coming after the era of World Cups trophies which were named after the primary sponsors of the quadrennial tournament through the years, the current trophy is the sport's first ever permanent reward that first came into existence in 1999. But how is the silverware actually made? “To be involved with the Cricket World Cup, to help bring the piece to fruition, is a real privilege for a manufacturer, a British manufacturer as well,” Steven Ottewill, the Trophy Director said in an interview with the International Cricket Council. How do you actually make a trophy like the @cricketworldcup? Ahead of the #CWCTrophyTour, here's a peek into its manufacture! pic.twitter.com/M7QYWmrYm8 — ICC (@ICC) August 22, 2018 “The piece weighs about 11 kilos. Its height is 650mm tall. The base is a hardwood base – with any concept trophy, we have to render, draw to scale. We either draw freehand or pen work. That's the starting point.” Dimensions and calculations are taken extremely seriously while the trophy is designed. After all, it is not only about drawing a mere sketch on a piece of paper, now is it? “It's a lot of responsibility,” says Zoe Clarke, the Design Manager. “You need to be artistic, and try to produce a nice, organic looking design. But then you need to also have the math behind to work out how it's being made, and to the drawings.” The thickness of the three columns shaped as stumps and bails, the curvature of the two hollow semi-spheres that complete the large globe atop the cup and the small details present at the base of the trophy are very important to Ottewill. He does not settle for anything less than a shiny, scratchless, 100 per cent balanced cup. Ahead of the #CWCTrophyTour, we're learning about how the @cricketworldcup trophy was made. Meet David Bedford, the man who engraved the trophy. He talks us through an art that allows no room for error. pic.twitter.com/GODCqGygHN — ICC (@ICC) August 21, 2018 Probably the most essential feature of the cup has to be the detailed engravings on the central globe and Ottewill knows just the man to get that done. “It's been near on 50 years, it's been my life. And a passion too – my wife says, 'I don't think you'll ever retire fully',” says David Bedford, the Hand Engraver who got into this profession way back in 1965. “You must be able to draw. Anything we do, to be able to cut it, you have to be able to draw. It's all done free-hand first – drawn, then scribed, then cut. Drawing skills are essential,” Bedford says. “I've got a selection of cutters here that I use for different projects,” he says. “Some of these handles are probably 200 years old, maybe. You can pick a cutter up and it just will feel correct – it's in you, it's in your hands. Years and years of concentrating, you pick up a cutter and you can just do it.” What goes into the design of an iconic trophy like the ICC Cricket World Cup? Ahead of the #CWCTrophyTour, we asked the team who made it! â¶ï¸ https://t.co/RipOnE3pKG pic.twitter.com/2WwLdNaYcl — Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) August 19, 2018 As far as tradition is concerned, the original trophy which is prepared every four years does not get out of the ICC head office in Dubai, ever. Its replica, however, goes home with the champions. These copies aren't exactly the same. While the original cup consists of the names of the previous champions and consists of the ICC logo, the replicas only have the current winner's name engraved along with the logo of that particular event. The craftsmen involved in the process of converting metal into such a masterpiece echo the emotions of millions of fans of the game when they laughingly say: “It has to be perfect,” as it truly is.
  5. Every season of 'Koffee With Karan' unearths multiple secrets from the celebrities who grace the Kouch on Karan Johar's popular show on Star World. One of the most popular pieces of gossip that was shared on the show back in 2016 was when Katrina Kaif revealed the news that Varun Dhawan and Arjun Kapoor had once formed a club called 'I Hate Katrina', and the actress was clueless why that was. © Star World However, season 6 of 'Koffee With Karan' finally revealed the details related to the formation of the club. While most of us thought it might have been formed due to Katrina's lack of attention towards Varun and Arjun, it was later revealed by Varun that the club was formed to get Salman Khan's attention, which got divided when he was shooting with Katrina for 'Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya'. .@Varun_dvn spills the beans on why he started 'Hate Katrina' club and it's a plot twist! #KoffeeWithKaran #KoffeeWithKatrina #KoffeeWithVarun pic.twitter.com/5ExkjObgAg — Star World (@StarWorldIndia) November 4, 2018 Salman, Arjun and Varun used to be good chums and Bhai would mentor them with their workouts, but all that changed once Katrina came into the picture. Yet, Katrina went on to admit in the episode that she still didn't have a clue why Arjun was a part of the club, since the two never shared any differences. Well, it seems like Arjun has taken Katrina's comments to heart because the 'Panipat' actor posted a picture on his Instagram account announcing that Varun and Arjun are now a part of 'We Love KK' group. View this post on Instagram So @varundvn & I are starting a new fan club #WeLoveKK aka @katrinakaif !!! Here we are seen awarding her, for absolutely no reason whatsoever... PS - the Dalmatian trophy Katrina's holding represents our faithful friendship kyunki yeh dosti #firstclass hai !!! ððð A post shared by Arjun Kapoor (@arjunkapoor) on Mar 27, 2019 at 5:32am PDT The photo shows Varun and Arjun presenting Katrina with a Dalmatian trophy, which apparently represents their “faithful friendship” which is “first class”. We think this marks the beginning of a new friendship and we have only our good wishes to send across to them on this new journey. Well, honestly we also wonder how Salman is going to take the news given that Arjun Kapoor is reportedly set to tie the knot with his former sister-in-law Malaika Arora on 19th April, and also given that Katrina surely holds a special place in Bhai's life.
  6. In what was considered to be one of the most controversial tri-series of 2018, the Nidahas Trophy between India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka saw a rare show of skills, patience and explosive batting when Indian wicket keeper-batsman, Dinesh Karthik took control of the final, deflated the Bangladeshi bowling line-up and won the trophy for the Men in Blue exactly one year ago, today. Returning to the top roster after a long gap, the tri-series was more of a test for the then 32-year-old, a question of whether he's still got what it takes to be a part of the best cricket team in the world. While India managed to make it to the final of the series without requiring a lot of help from the righty, skipper Rohit Sharma (https://www.mensxp.com/topic/rohit-sharma.html) and the squad demanded a miracle of an innings by him to be able to win it all, late in the game. When Karthik entered the field after Manish Pandey's dismissal, India required to score 34 runs off the last two overs. The need for Karthik to hit big shots was of utmost importance as his co-batsman Vijay Shankar was struggling to connect the deliveries with his bat. Karthik, however, had different plans altogether. Stepping on the batting crease in the 19th over, he scored 22 runs off Rubel Hossain's deliveries while also sending the last ball for a maximum to bring the trophy to India. "Really happy to come out of this performance. Really happy for the team. We've played really well in this tournament and to not win the final would have been unfortunate. It was not that easy to bat there,” said a modest Dinesh Karthik after the game who was also named the Man of the Match for his short yet impactful innings.
  7. Winning a title is not easy. It surely takes a lot to outwit the rivals and eventually rise to the top before claiming the top honours. But, then comes the hard part - defending the title. The history of successful title defences in the Premier League highlights how tough it is for a club to defend their crown. But, every now and then, there comes a bunch of spirited players who combine to aid their team in the elusive title defence, making them a cut above the rest. That was the story of Vidarbha cricket team in the Ranji Trophy this season. Having won their first-ever Ranji Trophy title in the 2017-18 season, Vidarbha, unlike some of the best sides in the tournament, embarked on what turned out to be a commendable campaign this season. The Faiz Fazal-led side faced a stern test when they booked a date with Saurashtra in the tournament's final. But, staying true to their character, the defending champions edged-past Saurashtra to secure a 78-run win and, in the process, claimed their second Ranji Trophy title. © Twitter Every title defence needs heroes, and the man who stepped up for Vidarbha was undoubtedly Aditya Sarwate whose sensational figures of 11-157 and a 49-run knock in the second innings ensured Saurashtra suffered their third heartbreak in the final in the last seven Ranji Trophy seasons. Bowled out for 312 runs in the first innings, Vidarbha were aided by their spin-bowling duo of Sarwate and Akshay Wakhare. While Sarwate clinched a five-for at the expense of 98 runs, Wakhare, too, contributed towards his team's cause with figures of 4-80. As the two spinners spun a web around the opposition batsmen, Saurashtra were eventually bundled out for 307 runs in the first innings. Taking a slender five-run lead, Vidarbha ran into all sorts of trouble in the second innings. Riding on the heroics of Dharmendrasinh Jadeja (6-96), the Saurashtra bowling unit did their side a huge favour by bowling their opponents out for just 200 runs. Saurashtra would've fancied their chances after being given a 206-run target, but Sarwate had other plans. Congrats Vidarbha on retaining the Ranji Trophy. One win may be construed an aberration, two in a row is sign of prowess ðð — Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) February 7, 2019 Vidarbha's left-arm spinner struck early on and sent Snell Patel packing at just 12 runs. Then, Sarwate dismissed Harvik Desai (8) before trapping big fish Cheteshwar Pujara (0) in front of the stumps to claim two scalps in one over. Later, the likes of Kamlesh Makvana, Vishvaraj Jadeja and Jaydev Unadkat also became the victims of Sarwate's spin wizardry. As Sarwate claimed six wickets in the second innings, Saurashtra were capitulated for a mere 127 runs, losing the contest and a chance to improve on their history in the finals. For a man who had never claimed a 10-wicket haul, Sarwate couldn't have claimed the feat on a better day or occasion than the Ranji Trophy final. © Twitter Apart from putting his best foot forward in the all-important final, Sarwate has been a vital cog for Vidarbha throughout their commendable season. The 29-year-old finished the tournament with a staggering 55 wickets in 11 matches, including best figures of 11-157 that came in the final. He also boasts of six fifers and a 10-wicket haul, alongside an impressive economy rate of under three runs. Well done Vidarbha! What a success story this has been...Vidarbha cricket. ðððððð#RanjiTrophy — Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) February 7, 2019 If anyone saw the final, they'd agree that the contest was pretty close with both the teams fighting their way back at several points in the match. But, in the end, it was Sarwate - the 'Player of the Match' - who spun a web around Saurashtra's batting line-up to make Vidarbha only the sixth team in history to successfully defend a Ranji Trophy title.
  8. Over the years, cricket, as a sport, has witnessed batsmen dominating the proceedings, often cutting a sorry figure for the bowlers. There were concerns over the contest between bat and ball heavily shifting in favour of the batsmen who were further aided with bigger bats, field restrictions and short boundaries. To make it worse, the fans, too, cherished the slambang, hard-hitting spectacle produced by batsmen on the field. While the situation is still not ideal for the bowlers, the equation, thankfully, is not as bad as it used to be in the sport before. The modern-day bowlers are aware of their surroundings and smart enough to deceive the batsmen with cunning variations and change of pace. If the batsmen developed ramp shots, the new-age bowlers mastered the off-cutters to peg them back. The evolution of bowlers, over the years, to aid their kind seems to have a fitting example in an 18-year-old boy from Manipur who matched a unique feat - one that highlights cricket is not just a batsman's game. © Twitter Rex Rajkumar Singh, on 12th December, joined the rare list of bowlers to claim all 10 wickets in a single innings. Playing for Manipur in Cooch Behar Trophy - India's four-day tournament for U-19 cricketers, the left-arm seamer had a brilliant outing against Arunachal Pradesh as he finished the game with a staggering 10 scalps to his name. The Imphal-born teen needed just under 10 overs to run through Arunachal Pradesh's batting order in the second innings. He rattled the stumps of five batsmen, trapped a couple lbw, had two caught behind and one caught in the outfield. By the time he was done, the youngster had as many as six maidens and three hat-trick opportunities in the innings. ð¨ 9.5-6-11-10 ð¨ Incredible figures for an 18-year-old from India in an under-19 match to join a rare group of bowlers to take 10 wickets in an innings! ð â¡ï¸ https://t.co/cp0GVzXPsh pic.twitter.com/0pCbRacfhV — ICC (@ICC) December 12, 2018 Manipur had conceded a 16-run lead in the first innings, after posting 122 in the first innings in reply to Arunachal's 138 at the Rural Development Trust Stadium in Anantapur. His effort saw Arunachal bowled out for a meagre 36 which was comfortably chased down by Manipur in just 7.5 overs in their 10-wicket triumph. The scorecard at the end of the match showed Rex with 15 wickets (including his 5-33 in the first innings). For someone who made his first-class debut earlier this season, the youngster has surely turned heads with his sublime performance. His feat, 10 wickets in an innings, has only been achieved by Anil Kumble (against Pakistan) and Jim Laker (against Australia) in international cricket.
  9. Indian cricket faced a sad day earlier this week as left-handed opening batsman Gautam Gambhir announced his retirement from all formats of cricket. But he didn't just leave without making a mark on Indian cricket history, as he slammed a century in his first innings against Andhra Pradesh in the Ranji Trophy game, making this the last game of his 2-decade long cricket career. (c)Twitter Batting on a 92, Gambhir completed his fabulous century victory at the Feroz Shah Kotla grounds in Delhi, making this his 43rd century in first-class cricket and 64 across formats. The 3rd day of the tournament started with Elite group B tied 190/1 against Andhra Pradesh's 390, which soon turned to a 112, when Gambhir took his time to slowly knock off 8 runs, finishing his stay with 10 fours. The final day of the game is on Sunday, the 9th of December, which will also be his last ever game of cricket, before he walks out of the stadium with nothing but pride! (c)Twitter So sweet of @delhi_cricket to put this up for @GautamGambhir in his final game...formal presentation tomorrow @Wahcricketlive https://t.co/wYo8vrJimD pic.twitter.com/hIQuR9OgnJ — G. S. Vivek (@GSV1980) 8 December 2018 (c)Twitter People thronged the stadium to watch the ace cricketer finish up an even score of 112 before he got out to Mohammed Khan in the 67th over of the Delhi innings. The crowd went hysterical when he completed a remarkable century, something they can boast about in the future when they remember one of the best matches Gambhir played in his life, because it was his last. It's definitely safe to say that Indian cricket will never forget one of India's better player's amazing feat.
  10. Pakistan finished last in the recently concluded Champions Trophy in the Netherlands. Photo: FileKARACHI: Pakistan hockey coach Roelant Oltmans has slammed the team's performance in the recently concluded Champions Trophy in the...
  11. The whole expectation and craze surrounding England's love for 'It's coming home' sadly died a natural death last night when the stadium roared, and hearts were broken as Croatia beat England to reach the finals of the FIFA World Cup 2018. Croatia with a comeback to take out England ð´ó §ó ¢ó ¥ó ®ó §ó ¿ 1-2. Croatia ð­ð· is the second smallest nation to ever reach a World Cup final. The stage is set for Sunday. Croatia ð­ð· France ð«ð· #ENGRCO #CROENG #croatiavsengland #EnglandvsCroatia #worldcup #threelions pic.twitter.com/acrmiz7D7J — Gym Class (@GymClassReport) July 11, 2018 The match was so crazy and gave so many life lessons that even Anand Mahindra gave his two cents for it. My final takeaway for business—and life, from #CroatiavsEngland (feel free to add your own!) TAKEAWAY #3: Victory rarely comes in the first five minutes...Plan and train for the long run—for victory in extra time... pic.twitter.com/2gKUS621yr — anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) July 12, 2018 While the match was over officially, Twitter played their own version of memes on social media adding salt to the injury. #ENG #ENGCRO #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/ViF7lPd9lX — Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) July 11, 2018 ð¹ð¹ #ENGCRO #WorldCup #ENG pic.twitter.com/n2rq9vUL9q — Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) July 11, 2018 Indeed...the world cup's going home...to the world - where it belongs! #croatiavsengland — Probal DasGupta (@iProbal) July 12, 2018 Also, there were a few 'Sacred Games' memes thrown around for fun. #Eng fans to their football team. #CROENG #ItsComingHome #SacredGames pic.twitter.com/VTtWe2A7wq — Gaitonde Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) July 12, 2018 “Kabhi Kabhi Lagta hai ki apun hi bhagwan hai” #ENGCRO #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/f7Df5hPKwH — Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) July 11, 2018 While England fans and players were inconsolable post the match, Croatia has found a new found love in the hearts of every football fan out there. The country will face the French team in the finals now.
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