Saturday, February 24, 2018

3rd ODI: Javed Miandad Applauds Virat Kohli, Calls Him A Genius

India captain Virat Kohli time and again has proved why he is one of the most celebrated cricketers of the current time. Kohli displayed temperament, skill and immaculate precision in the third One-day International (ODI) against South Africa en route his majestic 160 not out, which helped his team defeat the mighty South Africans by a margin of 124 runs.


FA Cup: Tottenham Hotspur End Newport County's Run At The Second Attempt

Tottenham Hotspur finally ended lowly Newport County's brave FA Cup run with a 2-0 win in a fourth-round replay at Wembley on Wednesday. Eight-time winners Spurs were just eight minutes away from a humiliating exit when England striker Harry Kane scored to salvage a 1-1 draw away to fourth-tier Newport last month. But it was a different story at Wembley where, with South Korea's Son Heung-Min impressing for Tottenham, Dan Butler's 26th-minute own goal and an Erik Lamela strike eight minutes later put Spurs 2-0 up before half-time.


Virat Kohli Is 'The Best ODI Player Of All Time', Says Former Australian Captain

Virat Kohli's stock has been on the up for quite a while now, with the Indian skipper scoring centuries at will. The South Africa series was being seen as the litmus test for not only his captaincy but his scoring prowess in alien conditions and Kohli has so far come through with flying colours. Barring a few disappointments in the Test series, Kohli and Team India have come back with vengeance to blow the hosts away in the ODIs. Kohli slammed his 34th ODI century to help India record a comprehensive 124-run win in the third ODI at Newlands.


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To miss Prannoy and Saina
With H.S. Prannoy injured and Saina Nehwal pulling out, India will have it tough when K. Srikanth and P.V. Sindhu lead the men’s and women’s teams respectively at the Asia Team Badminton Championships, starting here on Tuesday.


Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi Star as Afghanistan Win Zimbabwe Series

Rising star Rashid Khan led Afghanistan to a 17-run victory over Zimbabwe in the second T20 international at Sharjah on Tuesday to wrap up a 2-0 win in the two-match series. Mohammad Nabi top-scored with a 26-ball 45 as Afghanistan finished on 158-9 from their 20 overs despite losing six wickets for 18 runs, with Zimbabwe falling short on 141-5. Nabi had also struck 40 in the opening match which saw Afghanistan win by five wickets on Monday.


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