It is hoped that this study will lead to the development of strategies and training programs to prevent this injury within Touch Football players. To conduct the study, the University of Wollongong are looking to recruit Touch Football players between the ages of 16 to 30 who play in division one or two of a competition or have played representative Touch Football. Inclusion/exclusion criteria:1. Be aged between 16-30 years of age2. Currently play Touch Football in a representative side or division one or two of a Touch Football competition. 3. Have no current lower limb or other injuries that prevent you from playing Touch Football. 4. Have not had any right lower limb surgeries or severe injuries or a previous ACL injury. If you would like to take part in this study, or for further information, please contact Cara Mura on (02) 4221 4480 or at email@example.com.
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Six players will debut at the Open level in the series for the Australian Women’s Open side, with five players having competed in last year’s Youth Trans Tasman Series, as well as Leah Percy who becomes the first Victorian player to represent Australia in an Open’s division. Bell returns to coach the team, having won three World Cup titles with the Australian Women’s Open side in 1995, 1999 and 2003 and more recently coaching the 18’s Girls and 20’s Girls in the 2009 and 2011 Youth Trans Tasman Series’ respectively. Bell says that he is looking forward to the opportunity to again coach the team, saying he is a different coach to what he was eight years ago. “I’ve learnt a lot having our Youth teams for the last half a dozen years, I’ve managed to stay up with it I believe and the girls have given me good feedback, they are very both supportive and receptive to having me as their coach, that has made me feel comfortable,” Bell said. “I’m really looking forward to it.”2011 Australian 20’s Girls players, Marikki Watego and Bianca Mounsey and 18’s Girls representatives, Jenna Hitch, Ashleigh Quinlan and Charlotte Caslick have all been selected for the first time in the Women’s Open side for the 2012 Trans Tasman Series, which starts on Thursday in Mudgee. Eight members of the team are 21 years of age or under, with the signs looking promising for the future of the Australian Women’s Open team. “I don’t think we’ve ever had half the Australian team turnover from one tournament to another so it’s exciting that we’ve got a lot of young girls coming through and we’re having to blood a lot of new people but I think the positive side of it is that we’re doing it so early in the cycle.”Several players that Bell coached in his last stint as coach will again line up for Australia in the series, including Louise Winchester, Kristy Judd and Kelly Woods. Bell says that having these players still in the team as well as numerous players that he’s coached at a Youth level over the past couple of years is of great benefit to himself and the team in general. “It’s good because from a coach’s perspective you’ve always got to have some people who are familiar with you at least. The ones that I’ve coached with the Women’s last time around, Kristy Judd is the perfect example, I just think it’s fascinating just to have someone I started with. I brought her into the Australian team as an 18-year-old and she was with me at my first World Cup in 1995 and now I come back into the vogue and she’s still there. Having her there is just a really good feeling for me because I’ve always admired her as a person and as a player and having her there gives me that extra little bit of security so it’s really good.”Judd will again line up for the Australian Women’s Open team, 17 years after her debut for Australia at the 1995 World Cup in Hawaii. Ironically, the youngest player in the side, Charlotte Caslick, was born in 1995, showing the diversity in the Women’s Open team. Bell has had plenty of experience coaching both girls at different levels and they will be roommates in Mudgee, something that both girls are looking forward to. “Kristy was there in 1995 with me at the first one and Charlotte I’ve coached at both school level and youth level, she’s in my regional and my club side and I can remember her playing as an 11 or 12- year-old and coaching her. Now she’s actually debuting for Australia with the very first player I remember getting into the team as an 18-year-old so it’s really quite an interesting story.”“Charlotte is a lovely girl as well and I’m sure her and Kristy will get along famously. I’m sure Charlotte will just be thrilled to be rooming with the icon of Women’s touch.”A familiar face will join Bell and the team throughout the series, with former Australian Women’s Open representative, Shelley Matcham the manager of the team. Bell says Matcham, who played 38 caps for Australia between 2001 and 2009, will be of great benefit to the team as a manager and mentor. “I got Hound (Matcham) on board at the Alliance in the Elite Eight and I found not only her ability as a past player but the fact that as a mentor and a person that the girls can go to talk, learn off and get advice…and someone within our structure to motivate and just be a good role model for the younger players. I think she’ll just be awesome.”“All the older players who have played with her have said ‘it’s great to have Hound there’ because they know what she brings to a team even when she’s not playing. What she brings to a team is that real lift of intensity and enthusiasm and she’s the sort of player who says ‘it’s no one’s right to play for Australia, you have to earn it’, she’s very passionate.”Despite the number of new players in the team Bell says that the contingent has bonded very well and they can’t wait to take on the Kiwis from Thursday. “At the camp everyone was really excited and really had a good camp and you normally would think with some of the older players, they’ve lost half their team they’d all be in the doldrums but I’m sure all the incumbents are really pleased to have these really good young girls come in and take the places of other people because I’m sure they are also confident of what they’ve seen of them.”“Everyone is just thrilled to be a part of it, there’s a really good feeling in the Women’s team. I think it’s really got a good balance across the team.”“I just want to get it started and looking forward to seeing these girls hopefully reach their potential.” The Australian Women’s Open team starts its campaign against New Zealand at 7.35pm on Thursday at the Glen Willow Regional Sporting Complex in Mudgee, New South Wales. There are plenty of ways to keep in touch with the 2012 Trans Tasman Series, which will be held at Mudgee’s Glen Willow Regional Sporting Complex from Thursday, 26 April to Saturday, 28 April 2012, including in the following ways:Websites:www.austouch.com.auwww.transtasman.mytouchfooty.com Facebook – www.facebook.com/touchfootballaustraliaTwitter – www.twitter.com/touchfootyaus (be sure to use the hashtag #transtasman2012 in your tweets)YouTube – www.youtube.com/touchfootballaus
Liverpool boss Klopp promotes teenage defender Hoeverby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has promoted a 16-year-old to the first team.Klopp has allowed Dutchman Ki-Jana Hoever to train with the first team.The youth player, who can play as a right back and centre-back, is training with the team as they have a mini injury crisis in defense.He has been impressive for the Reds with the under-18s and under-23s this season.It is unclear if he will keep his first team place when the likes of Joel Matip and Joe Gomez return from injury. But he does have a proper chance to impress Klopp and the Reds’ coaching staff. About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say REVEALED: Ramsey blanked Bale urgings to choose Juventusby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveGareth Bale urged Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey to join him at Real Madrid.The Mirror says Bale attempted to lure Wales team-mate Ramsey to Real Madrid, it has been claimed.The Arsenal midfielder is out of contract in the summer and looks set to join Juventus on a free transfer.Ramsey joined Arsenal in 2008 and has featured 354 times for the north Londoners, winning three FA Cups.The Gunners had been negotiating a new deal with the midfielder but discussions broke down over a stand off in pay.Despite the 25-year-old playing 25 games under Unai Emery so far this season, the Spaniard seems content with letting him go.
Manchester City’s team would look very different now if they had got all of their priority transfers over the line: Alexis Sanchez on the left, Jorginho in midfield and Dani Alves at right-back.You could argue that City have dodged a few bullets there, although that does not account for the possibility that they would be performing much better for Pep Guardiola, who is getting the best out of the vast majority of his squad.It also misses the point slightly, as these are players that City wanted to sign, and were very close to doing so. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? No club signs all of their targets but Frenkie De Jong can now be added to the list of near misses, after he eventually spurned the overtures of City (and PSG) to join Barcelona.Guardiola was asked about De Jong recently and while he was at pains to point out that he was not talking specifically about the 21-year-old, he said his club need to be smarter when it comes to fending off rival interest from the biggest clubs in world football.”Normally, when you are involved with Real Madrid and Barcelona, you are going to lose; no chance,” he conceded. “You have to be quicker and more efficient.”That has been City’s approach and it was no different with De Jong; at the end of 2018 Barca sources were pessimistic on their chances of concluding a deal because the Premier League champions had put in so much groundwork, and were willing to pay Ajax’s transfer fee and De Jong’s wage demands.There were a few twists and turns along the way but Barca eventually won out not just because De Jong wants to play with Lionel Messi at Camp Nou, but because Barca agreed to pay well above Ajax’s asking price, as well as wages of around £270,000 per week, including bonuses.In the end, it was good old-fashioned financial muscle that proved decisive and it has left some City fans and plenty of outsiders wondering if the wealthy champions could have splashed more of the cash that they obviously have.City’s transfer approach is broadly this: they try to reach agreements with the players as soon as possible, and use their desire to play for Guardiola as leverage against the selling club. It is about City’s idea of value.This has worked well in many cases. Bernardo Silva, Kyle Walker, Benjamin Mendy and Riyad Mahrez, among others, were signed this way. City have paid upwards of £50m for those players but they have regarded them all as good value. The approach does not always work out, though, and it has led to some high-profile misses in the past two years. There is a lot of risk involved.For example, they were unlucky with Jorginho because they had struck agreement with both the midfielder and Napoli, only for the Italian club to flat-out refuse to sell to City, so they could get a higher fee – and compensation for Maurizio Sarri – from Chelsea.That was an unforeseen turn of events but it could be argued that had City met Napoli’s demands much earlier instead of haggling they would have eliminated the possibility of Chelsea making their move.City held out for what they saw as a fair price and that is what they did for Alexis Sanchez a year earlier.They were always confident that the Chilean would sign for them that summer; despite interest from PSG and Bayern Munich, he had his heart set on playing for Guardiola.Arsenal did not want to sell to a domestic rival but City’s approach left them with no choice. On transfer deadline day, Arsenal finally agreed to a £60m sale and Alexis even signed a City contract, but the deal fell through because the Gunners did not have time to find a replacement.Each club pointed the finger at the other but City took the risk in running down the clock in a bid to force Arsenal not only into selling to an English club, but for the kind of figure City wanted to pay. Had they made their move sooner, they may have got their man.Then there was Dani Alves’ remarkable 11th hour U-turn which left Guardiola and City furious.It is hard to criticise the club too much for missing out on the Brazilian, given he had met Guardiola, agreed personal terms and engineered a cut-price exit from Juventus on the sole basis that he wanted to work with the Catalan again.He eventually joined PSG because his wife wanted to live in Paris, but again there are ways City could have been “quicker and more efficient” – for one thing, they let him go on holiday to Brazil before putting pen to paper. Could they not have eliminated any room for PSG’s overtures by acting quicker?The other side to this is that City want their prospective new players to be 100 per cent committed to playing for City and Guardiola, but if City expect loyalty from their transfer targets, could they not show a bit back when it comes to the crunch?Their approach is a two-way street and if a player has given them his word, could City not go above their valuation of that player if the selling club holds out for a few extra million?Not in all cases, of course; Jorginho could have been signed earlier for not much more than the eventual agreement, but City showed the merits of their approach by refusing to pay £90m for Mahrez a year ago and then signing him for £60m in the summer instead.And while they certainly could just pay up, given their resources, that hardly promotes the kind of responsible spending that so many rival clubs demand of them. More importantly, it would do nothing to change the perception that they can be taken for a ride by clubs and agents.City are still big spenders but by refusing to pay over the odds for players, they are trying to show the world that they will not be held to ransom. As Guardiola recently said, “A month ago, I started reading ‘Ruben Neves, £100m.’ That is not going to happen. We are not going to pay £100m for a holding midfielder.”That is an admirable and sensible business stance, and it has often been successful.But while other clubs remain willing to dig deep into their pockets for top players, it does mean City will continue to miss out on important targets. Barca’s push for De Jong is further proof of that.
Football agent Mino Raiola’s worldwide ban has been temporarily stayed until the outcome of the “urgent” appeal lodged on Wednesday, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has confirmed.Raiola, who represents the likes of Paul Pogba, Matthijs de Ligt and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, was given a three-month suspension by the Italian Football Association (FIGC) in May, although it did not provide any specific reasoning.FIFA then moved to extend the suspension to a global scale shortly after, but CAS has confirmed the agent has lodged an appeal and the worldwide ban has been subsequently put on hold until a final decision is reached next month. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? The ban imposed by the FIGC is not impacted, however.A CAS statement read: “The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has registered an urgent appeal filed by the football intermediary, Carmine ‘Mino’ Raiola, against the decision taken by the FIFA Appeal Committee on May 28, 2019 (the challenged decision) which confirmed a previous decision of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee.”In such decision, a three-month period of suspension from performing the role of sports agent in Italy which was imposed on Mino Raiola by the Intermediaries Committee of the Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio (FIGC) was extended by FIFA to become a worldwide ban.”Prior to the filing of his appeal, Mino Raiola also filed an urgent application to stay the execution of the challenged decision.”On June 7, 2019, the president of the CAS Appeals Arbitration Division upheld the application. Accordingly, the worldwide extension of the suspension of Mino Raiola is stayed pending the outcome of the CAS proceedings.”However, the suspension imposed by the FIGC in Italy is not affected by the CAS decision.”Further to the parties’ agreement, CAS will conduct an expedited procedure with a shortened procedural calendar in order to allow for a final decision to be rendered at the beginning of July 2019.”Raiola’s client de Ligt figures to be one of the big transfers of the summer, as the Ajax star has been linked with Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Liverpool and Manchester United after leading the Dutch side to the Champions League semi-final.Pogba, too, has been linked with a move to Real Madrid following an up-and-down campaign with Manchester United.
Atletico Madrid midfielder Rodri has decided to leave the Spanish club and join Manchester City.Rodri, 22, emerged as City’s first choice midfield target long before the end of the 2018-19 season, with the English side even reaching a preliminary agreement over personal terms, putting them in a position to pay his €70 million (£63m/$78m) buy-out clause at the end of the campaign.However, concerted attempts from Atletico to renew his contract and raise that buy-out clause threatened to scupper the transfer, with sources close to the player informing Goal that he was seriously considering committing his future to the Madrid club. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? But Rodri recently decided that he will in fact leave this summer, and he informed Atleti of his choice on Monday. It is believed his preferred option is to play for Pep Guardiola at the Etihad Stadium and he has conveyed that message to the club.City sources are insistant, after several transfer near-misses, that the deal is not yet done, but the Blues are considered major favourites to get it over the line. All that is left is to deposit the amount of Rodri’s release clause to the Spanish league and conclude talks regarding personal terms. Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain also showed varying levels of interest in the player while he deliberated over his future in recent weeks, and sources in Germany suggest Bayern are still keen to sign the midfielder. The German club’s sporting director, Hasan Salihamidzic, met Rodri’s agent, Pablo Barquero, in Madrid in May.Mats Hummels’ expected departure for Borussia Dortmund could require Javi Martinez to move to centre-back, opening up a gap in midfield for Rodri to fill.But Rodri has told Atletico and City that he wants to move to the Premier League champions and barring a major 11th-hour u-turn, the deal is expected to be completed in the coming days.Sources indicate the midfielder would earn a basic salary in excess of £100,000 per week, plus performance-related bonuses, should he conclude his move to Manchester.Additional reporting by Kerry Hau
Unai Emery says Arsenal need to be realistic and admit that there is a big difference between their side and the two that dominated the Premier League last season. Arsenal finished fifth in the English top-flight last term, one point behind fourth-place Tottenham as the Gunners fell short of a Champions League spot. They also fell short against the Chelsea in the Europa League final, as the Blues topped their London rivals 4-1 in Baku to doom the club to another Europa League campaign. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? Arsenal’s next goal will be to push back into one of those top four spots, not to challenge the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City atop the league. And Emery says that is because there is still a massive gap between his side and the league’s top two, one that will take time for the club to close. “We need to be realistic and the distance between Liverpool and Manchester City and us is [a lot of] points,” Emery said. “We want to reduce that, we want to be more competitive. We need to improve defensively but with no loss offensively, because the first idea we developed with this team is to be offensive. “Sometimes it’s true that we struggled defensively, and to take the balance. Sometimes we took this balance last year. Our challenge is to keep producing that. And with other teams we know, we are realistic. At the moment Manchester City and Liverpool they are very strong, but we want to do our way. “To be in the top four is the same difficulty because Tottenham is growing up, Chelsea also kept their players [other than selling Eden Hazard] and can keep the performance. Manchester United were behind us last year but they have a lot of potential as a team. “We need to believe in our way, we need to believe in our process, believe in our players. We have very good players, very good young players. We want to sign two or three players to help us and to do our way.” Emery enters his second year in charge of the Gunners, having taken over for Arsene Wenger ahead of the 2018-19 campaign. And the former Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla coach says that he expects progress this year as the club continues to adjust to him as he adjusts to life in the Premier League. “I think we progressed, it’s not enough for our first target but it’s our way,” Emery said. “I think some players’ development was clear and I want to continue this year. Our target generally is going to be if we can take some titles, and, overall, our first objective is to get to the Champions League. But we need that process and we are doing that process. “We need to reduce the difference with Chelsea and Tottenham. We must remember it is only two and one point behind them [respectively]. “It is not enough. I know it is not enough, but we can be positive to do one step more in our way to achieve and to compete with them and to fight for the top four in the Premier League.” Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.
Liverpool and Manchester City are the ‘real contenders’ for the Premier League title this season, says Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, despite his side holding the latter to a draw.Spurs earned a point against Pep Guardiola’s champions at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday after they came from behind twice through Erik Lamela and Lucas Moura to snare a 2-2 result.City had a late strike ruled out by VAR for handball in contentious circumstances to leave just Liverpool and Arsenal with 100 per cent records in the Premier League after the opening two games. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? Tottenham enjoyed one of their strongest seasons in years under Mauricio Pochettino last campaign, securing another top-four finish and reaching a first Champions League final.However, they ultimately faded in their domestic pursuits and were outclassed for the European crown by Liverpool in Madrid.Speaking after Spurs’ impressive point against City at the weekend, France international Lloris stated that his side are aware they are the third runner behind a two-horse race for the title, and that his team need to improve their consistency in avoiding soft defeats.“One thing that we try to improve this season: if you cannot win, it’s important to not lose the game, especially against an opponent like Manchester City,” the keeper said in the Evening Standard following his side’s efforts on Saturday.“If you want to stay in contact with the best team in the Premier League, it’s important to get this feeling. There were some games that we lost [last term] that we should have drawn. We all know the difficulty of playing at City, so it’s a good feeling to build confidence.“With humility, Liverpool and City are the real contenders. We’re going to try our best to challenge for top spot, but it’s difficult to find the consistency. “We just need to try to use the experience of the last few years in the best way and it’s about details — to not lose a game, especially a game you do not deserve to win. You draw, you take a point and it’s very good because your rivals share the point with you. “Now it’s just to keep the consistency. Consistency is the key.” Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.
ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 07: An ‘SEC’ logo is seen on an end zone pylon before the Missouri Tigers take on the Auburn Tigers during the SEC Championship Game at Georgia Dome on December 7, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)We’re three months away from the start of college football season. The Week 1 schedule this year is awesome.One of the bigger matchups between Power 5 schools on that first weekend is Alabama-Louisville in Orlando. The Crimson Tide are the defending national champions.It would have been great to see Lamar Jackson against this Crimson Tide defense, but the 2016 Heisman Trophy winner is in the NFL. That means the Cardinals will be breaking in a new QB against Alabama.As you might imagine, the Tide are favored in this game. One Vegas sportsbook is picking them by more than three touchdowns.Las Vegas’ South Point sportsbook released its early lines for Week 1.It has installed Alabama as a 25.5-point favorite.Week 1 college football lines @southpointlv:Washington vs. Auburn -3West Virginia -9.5 vs. TennesseeMichigan -1 at Notre DameLousivlle vs. Alabama -25.5Miami, Fla. -3 vs. LSUVa. Tech at Florida St -4— David Payne Purdum (@DavidPurdum) June 3, 2018Alabama and Louisville will kick off at 8 p.m. ET on Sept. 1 from Camping World Stadium in Orlando.The game will be broadcast on ABC.
COLUMBUS, OH – NOVEMBER 03: A general view as the Ohio State Buckeyes enters the field before the game against the Wisconsin Badgers on November 3, 2007 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State defeated Wisconsin 38-17. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)After having a week off to lick their wounds, the Ohio State Buckeyes will return to the football field next weekend to take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers.Coming off a 49-20 loss to Purdue, the Buckeyes fell out of the Top 10 in most polls. Even if they win out and claim the Big Ten Championship, there’s no guarantee they will make the College Football Playoffs anymore.Nebraska, meanwhile, has recovered slightly from their surprising 0-6 start, winning back-to-back games against Minnesota and FCS’s Bethune-Cookman.ESPN’s computer model has released its prediction for the game.ESPN’s computer model believes that Ohio State is an easy money pick. The computer model gives the Buckeyes a 95.5 percent chance to win this Saturday’s game.The two teams have met only six times, but the Buckeyes have crushed the Cornhuskers in their last three meetings. Ohio State has outscored Nebraska a whopping 181-55 in those three games.The game will be played on Saturday at 12 p.m. EST on FOX.
TAMPA, FL – DECEMBER 15: Greg Schiano, head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, watches the action during a game against the San Francisco 49ers at Raymond James Stadium on December 15, 2013 in Tampa, Florida. San Francisco won the game 33-14. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)With Ryan Day slated to take over as head coach of Ohio State after Urban Meyer’s coaches the Rose Bowl Game, it’s understandable that some of Meyer’s people might be concerned about their job security. Among them is defensive coordinator Greg Schiano, who addressed his job status in a recent interview.Schiano stated in an interview on Thursday that he’d like to return, but will understand if Day goes in a different direction while filling out his staff.“I love being here. My family loves being here. But anytime there’s a coaching change … a head coach has to select the staff that he feels gives the team the best chance to win,” Schiano said.Day has not yet indicated one way or another if Schiano’s job is on the line.OSU DC Greg Schiano said he’d like to return, but will respect Ryan Day’s process to fill his staff. “I love being here. My family loves being here. But anytime there’s a coaching change … a head coach has to select the staff that he feels gives the team the best chance to win”— Edward Aschoff (@AschoffESPN) December 27, 2018Schiano’s claim to fame was his 11-year stint as head coach of Rutgers, during which he turned the New Jersey-based college into a top program in the northeast.He left Rutgers in 2012 to coach the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but was fired after two straight losing seasons.Schiano was out of football for several years until Meyer added him to his staff as defensive coordinator and associate head coach in 2016.Even though Schiano has more head coaching experience, Day proved himself adept at coaching the Buckeyes during the first three games of the season when Meyer was suspended.If Schiano does get the ax when Day takes over, he will likely be a top coaching target either in the college ranks, or even for an NFL job.
MIAMI, FL – DECEMBER 29: Kyler Murray #1 of the Oklahoma Sooners reacts in the fourth quarter during the College Football Playoff Semifinal against the Alabama Crimson Tide at the Capital One Orange Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium on December 29, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)The college football season ended on Monday night as the Clemson Tigers shocked the world with a dominant performance over the Alabama Crimson Tide. Dabo Swinney and company rocked the defending champs and walked out with a 44-16 win – the team’s second championship in three years.With the college football season in the rear-view, it’s time to take a look at what next season will bring. Several key draft-eligible players have yet to make a decision on their playing future, which will have major ramifications on the rest of the country.Oklahoma star Kyler Murray signed a deal with the Oakland Athletics to play baseball following the 2018 season with the Sooners. However, a recent report suggest Murray is “leaning towards” playing football this year and entering his name into the NFL draft.Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller said talk of Murray staying with football has been “heating up.”Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Kyler Murray is reportedly leaning toward entering the 2019 NFL draft and playing football next season rather than immediately pursuing a baseball career with the Oakland Athletics.With the weak quarterback class coming out of college this year, Murray projects as a first-round pick. Will Murray take his talents to the NFL?[Bleacher Report]
MOBILE, AL – JANUARY 24: Blake Sims #6 of the South team calls a play against the North team during the third quarter of the Reese’s Senior Bowl at Ladd Peebles stadium on January 24, 2015 in Mobile, Alabama. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)We’re now a couple of days into practices at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama and things are getting a little heated.SEC Network’s Cole Cubelic tweeted out a video fo two lineman getting into it at practice this afternoon.It’s difficult to make out who the two players are based on the quality of the video, but they appear to be on the North roster.Check it out:Getting heated @seniorbowl practice. pic.twitter.com/fAf3qJFEVo— Cole Cubelic (@colecubelic) January 23, 2019Thankfully, things didn’t appear to escalate any further than just some pushing.Unrelated to the above video, we’ve had several former college football players standing out at the Senior Bowl this week.Among those players: Ohio State wide receiver Terry McLaurin.ESPN NFL Draft analyst Todd McShay was raving about the former Buckeyes’ wideout earlier today.“Ohio State WR Terr McLaurin had a big 1st day of Senior Bowl practice. Fastest max speed of any player here and it showed on a couple 9 routes. He was a special teams’ ace at OSU too! Mid-round pick who should have a long NFL career,” he said.The Senior Bowl is set to take place this Saturday. The game is set to kick off at 2:30 p.m. E.T. and will be televised on the NFL Network.
LAS VEGAS, NV – FEBRUARY 19: Sportscaster Brent Musburger appears before a game between the New Mexico Lobos and the UNLV Rebels at the Thomas & Mack Center on February 19, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. New Mexico won 68-56. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)Legendary broadcaster Brent Musburger may not be on the national airwaves anymore, but he remains very involved in the sports world. Based in Las Vegas, he helps create content for VSiN, the Vegas Stats & Information Network, and does broadcast work for the soon-to-be Las Vegas Raiders.Today, Musburger put out his College Football Playoff foursome. He didn’t go with a super conventional group, either.Alabama and Clemson remain involved. They’re by far the heaviest favorites to make the field, and for good reason.His final two selections are a bit more interesting. Musburger has Michigan, the Big Ten favorite, making the field for the first time, and Washington for the second time, getting the Pac-12 back in the mix for the first time in a few years. From VSiN, via the New York Post:Who will join the Big Two is a bigger puzzle. Leading candidates include Ohio State and Michigan of the Big Ten, Oklahoma and Texas of the Big 12, Oregon and Washington of the Pac-12, Georgia and Florida of the SEC and independent Notre Dame.I’m predicting Michigan and Washington will join Clemson and Alabama.Admittedly, Michigan is a risky choice. Part of my reasoning focuses on the committee, which has snubbed the Big Ten conference the past two years. That’s bad business. The Big Ten produces huge TV ratings, and that means more money for the colleges in the next contract. Barring a performance meltdown, I cannot see the conference being snubbed a third straight season.Brent Musburger admits that Ohio State is the “easier” Big Ten pick given their talent and pedigree, but says that he favors Michigan thanks to experience, home field advantage this November, and questions about the Buckeyes’ new head coach Ryan Day and quarterback Justin Fields.Similarly, he gives Washington an edge over Oregon thanks to that game taking place in Seattle, and a more manageable schedule in the non-conference.As for his national championship, he likes things flipping back from orange to crimson:So who wins the championship? Roll Tide! Alabama avenges last year’s debacle. Nick Saban wins his sixth national championship, and quarterback Tua Tagovailoa also hoists the Heisman. As usual, it’s a good time to be in Tuscaloosa.That might not be the biggest ledge to go out on, but at least he keeps the tradition of a new team making the field every year, and gets the Pac-12 back involved to keep things interesting.[New York Post],So who wins the championship? Roll Tide! Alabama avenges last year’s debacle. Nick Saban wins his sixth national championship, and quarterback Tua Tagovailoa also hoists the Heisman. As usual, it’s a good time to be in Tuscaloosa.
Press Trust of India MelbourneDecember 30, 2018UPDATED: December 30, 2018 16:59 IST Marnus Labuschagne has been added to the Australian squad for the fourth Test vs India (@ICC Photo)HIGHLIGHTSMarnus Labuschagne had made his Test debut against Pakistan in the UAE in OctoberTim Paine will “have a look at the conditions” in Sydney on Labuschagne’s inclusionThe fourth Test starts on January 3, 2019 with the series in India’s favour at 2-1Australia on Sunday included leg-spinning all-rounder Marnus Labuschagne in the squad for the series-deciding fourth and final Test against India in Sydney, beginning Thursday.India Sunday defeated Australia by 137 runs at the third Test to take an unassailable 2-1 lead in the four-Test series.After winning the second Test, Australia had announced a 13-member squad for both the third and fourth Test but now they have added South African-born Labuschagne for the crucial Sydney match where the hosts need a win to level the series.”We’ll get up to Sydney and have a look at the conditions,” skipper Tim Paine said as he confirmed Labuschagne’s inclusion.”From what we’re hearing, it’ll probably spin quite a bit so once we see that for ourselves, we’ll start to think about the best combination for ourselves to win that Test.”Opener Aaron Finch and all-rounder Mitch Marsh are under pressure to retain their spot in the playing XI following the loss at the MCG and Australia will now have another option to go for.Paine said there will be “a lot of things on the table” when selectors meet in Sydney.”We think we’ve got the best group of players available to us at the moment and we’ll pick the best combination from that group that we think will win the last Test,” he said.Labuschagne had made his Test debut against Pakistan in the UAE in October but was dropped for the India series as Peter Handscomb and all-rounder Mitchell Marsh came into the middle order.advertisementAustralia squad: Aaron Finch, Peter Handscomb, Marcus Harris, Travis Head, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Mitch Marsh, Tim Paine (capt) Nathan Lyon, Shaun Marsh, Pat Cummins, Peter Siddle, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood.Also Read | We need our banned stars: Australian media react to massive defeat in MelbourneAlso Read | India beat Australia by 137 runs to win 1st ever Boxing Day Test Down UnderAlso Read | We are not going to stop, ready for Sydney: Virat Kohli after historic Boxing Day Test winFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byPTI Tags :Follow Marnus LabuschagneFollow Australia squadFollow fourth TestFollow Australia vs IndiaFollow India vs Australia India vs Australia: Marnus Labuschagne added to Australia squad for fourth Test vs IndiaMarnus Labuschagne was dropped for the India series as Peter Handscomb and all-rounder Mitchell Marsh came into the middle orderadvertisement
Indian Wells: Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal storm into quarterfinalsRoger Federer defeated the UK’s Kyle Edmund while Rafael Nadal got his ticket to the quarterfinals after beating Serbian Filip Krajinovic.advertisement Next Indo-Asian News Service Los AngelesMarch 14, 2019UPDATED: March 14, 2019 10:49 IST Roger Federer is a five times Indian Wells champion (AP Photo)Swiss legend Roger Federer, a five times Indian Wells champion, has qualified for the quarterfinals of the Indian Wells tournament, the first Masters 1000 of the season, by defeating the UK’s Kyle Edmund 6-1 and 6-4 in 64 minutes.Federer, current world number four, disarmed his opponent from the beginning and took the first five games on Wednesday.The Briton improved in the second set, but in the fifth game could not avoid a key break that led to victory for the Swiss and his advance, for the thirteenth time in his career, to the quarterfinals of the California desert classic tournament, reports Efe news.On the other hand, Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal, current world No. 2, got his ticket to the quarterfinals after beating Serbian Filip Krajinovic 6-3 and 6-4 in one hour and 27 minutes.His rival in the quarterfinals will be Russian Karen Khachanov who beat American John Isner 6-4 and 7-6 on Wednesday.Earlier, Spanish tennis player Garbine Muguruza was eliminated in the quarterfinals of Indian Wells losing 6-0 and 6-1 in 53 minutes against the young Canadian Bianca Andreescu, who is 18-years-old.Andreescu will face the winner of the match between Ukrainian Elina Svitolina and Czech Marketa Vondrousova in the semi-finals of the tournament.For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byrohan sen Tags :Follow Roger FedererFollow Rafael NadalFollow Indian WellsFollow ATPFollow Masters 1000
Reuters MiamiMarch 23, 2019UPDATED: March 23, 2019 12:23 IST Dominic Thiem’s bid for a ‘Sunshine Slam’ ended as he crashed out of the Miami Open (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSHubert Hurkacz shocked Dominic Thiem 6-4 6-4Novak Djokovic beat Australian Tomic 7-6(2) 6-2Kei Nishikori lost to Dusan Lajovic 2-6 6-2 6-3Indian Wells champion Dominic Thiem’s bid for a ‘Sunshine Slam’ met with a quick end as he fell 6-4 6-4 to Hubert Hurkacz in the Miami Open second round on Friday, while world number one Novak Djokovic wasted little time in dispatching Bernard Tomic.The 22-year-old Hurkacz broke third seed Thiem four times, including in the final games of each set, to record the biggest win of his career.Austrian Thiem, who beat Roger Federer on Sunday to win his first career Masters 1000 title at the BNP Paribas Open, was uncharacteristically sloppy on the Grandstand court.Kei Nishikori was also sent packing from the second round after Serbian Dusan Lajovic stunned the Japanese world number six 2-6 6-2 6-3.The fifth seed had a first-round bye and appeared headed for a routine victory until Lajovic, who was misfiring in the early stages of the match, suddenly stepped up his game.”He definitely raised his level (in the) second and third sets. He wasn’t missing much like in the first set. He served well in the end,” said Nishikori.”Maybe I didn’t play quite my best today. Credit to him today.”Nishikori, playing in his first match since falling in the third round at Indian Wells last week, had his serve broken five times during the match.”I’m trying to keep my head up,” said Nishikori. “Claycourt season is coming. It’s a completely new season. I’ll try to have good practice, two more weeks, and be ready for Monte Carlo.”Next up for world number 44 Lajovic, who had lost in the first round of five tour-level events this season, will be a clash with Nick Kyrgios after the Australian defeated qualifier Alexander Bublik of Kazakhstan 7-5 6-3.advertisement Djokovic needed just over an hour to brush aside Australian Tomic 7-6(2) 6-2 and advance to the third round of a tournament he has won six times. The Serb improved his record to 6-0 against Tomic.In other men’s matches, seventh seed John Isner beat Italian Lorenzo Sonego, 11th seed Borna Coric beat Roberto Carballes Baena, Briton Kyle Edmund beat Belarusian Ilya Ivashka, Gilles Simon lost to French compatriot Jeremy Chardy and Nikoloz Basilashvili of Georgia beat German Mischa Zverev.Canadian Milos Raonic, the 12th seed, also advanced when Germany’s Maximillian Marterer withdrew due to knee pain while 16th seed Gael Monfils pulled out of the tournament with an injury.Also Read | French Open prize money raised by 8 per cent, new court inauguratedFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Tags :Follow Miami OpenFollow Hubert HurkaczFollow Dominic ThiemFollow Novak DjokovicFollow Bernard Tomic Next Miami Open: Hubert Hurkacz stuns Dominic Thiem, Novak Djokovic breezes throughHubert Hurkacz shocked Dominic Thiem 6-4 6-4 to end his bid for a ‘Sunshine Slam’, whereas Novak Djokovic wasted little time in dispatching Bernard Tomicadvertisement
Deepika Padukone got her father’s athlete genes. Watch her score a perfect basket in viral videoDeepika Padukone took to Instagram to share a video where she is seen scoring a basket like a pro. The actress is currently busy shooting for Meghna Gulzar’s Chhapaak.advertisement India Today Web Desk New DelhiApril 30, 2019UPDATED: April 30, 2019 17:56 IST Deepika Padukone.Before emerging as the highest paid actress in Bollywood, Deepika Padukone, as a teenager, played badminton at national level. Deepika’s love for sports is still intact. Recently, the actress shared a video of herself playing basketball.The actress nailed a perfect lap shot in the video. She captioned it saying, “All work and no play………you get the drift!”Deepika’s father, Prakash Padukone, is a former badminton player. He ranked world no. 1 in 1980. He became the first Indian to win the All England Open Badminton Championships the same year. Prakash has been awarded with Arjuna award in 1972 and Padma Shri in 1982.Deepika is a fitness enthusiast and she keeps sharing videos and pictures of her intense workout session.On the work front, Deepika will next be seen in Meghna Gulzar’s Chhapaak, which is based on the life of acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal.Deepika was last seen in Padmaavat. In an earlier interview, Deepika revealed that she was not “emotionally ready” to take on such an intense film, after the challenging and emotionally draining Padmaavat.advertisementShe said, “Last year, when I was looking at scripts, I wasn’t emotionally ready to do this sort of a film. I was really looking at doing a love story,” she said, adding that she knew within five minutes of the narration that Chhapaak was the film for her.”Meghna walked into the office and took me through the story. In five minutes of speaking with her, I knew in my heart that this is what I wanted to do next. Something about Meghna herself, Laxmi’s story and Meghna’s conviction in this film… It was very similar to Piku. In just five minutes of meeting the director, I knew that this is the film I wanted to do,” the actress said.Chhapaak will release on January 10, 2020.ALSO READ | Arjun Kapoor teases Ranveer Singh for changing sleep pattern after marrying Deepika PadukoneALSO WATCH | Deepika Padukone marries Ranveer Singh in ItalyGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byVibha Maru Tags :Follow Deepika Padukone
Point 1 Mid off 24/4 ( D. Karthik 10 Overs) , R 77 (59) 221 221 All batsmen are considered right handed fine Leg – fine Leg New Zealand Bowling NZ Bowling (50.0) Mid on 42 vs India Today Web Desk ManchesterJuly 10, 2019UPDATED: July 10, 2019 22:13 IST Ravindra Jadeja’s knock included four boundaries and four sixes (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSRavindra Jadeja top-scored for India with 77 off 59 ballsJadeja and MS Dhoni’s pair added 116 runs for the 7th wicket which had kept India’s hope aliveJadeja became the first batsman to score 50-plus runs at No. 8 in a World Cup knockout gameRavindra Jadeja was playing only his second match in the World Cup 2019 but still managed to make an impact with his all-round performance as he almost pulled off a miracle for Team India in the first semi-final against New Zealand on Wednesday.Jadeja’s valiant 77 off 56 balls took India agonisingly close to their target of 240 but once he got out, the chase fell apart as the team got bowled out for 221 in 49.3 overs.Jadeja became the first batsman to score over fifty runs in a World Cup knockout match. It was his partnership with MS Dhoni which kept India alive in the chase after they collapsed to 92 for 6 in the 31st over.The pair added 116 runs for the seventh wicket before Jadeja’s dismissal in the 48th over. Dhoni departed soon after, run out on 50 which was the final nail in the coffin for India.Is there a better celebration in world cricket?#CWC19 | #INDvNZ | #TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/KKuOJLg321Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) July 10, 2019Former captain Sachin Tendulkar lauded Jadeja for his special knock and also praised Dhoni for being the guiding force behind that seventh-wicket partnership which almost won the game for India in Manchester.”He was brilliant. This morning when he got Ross Taylor run out with that direct throw, we in the commentary box were discussing that it could be his day. The way he took initiative in that partnership (with Dhoni), he caught New Zealand by surprise, caught them off guard.”There were number of clean shots by him, which were from a batsman who was out there to do something and prove something. I would give him 10 on 10 today.advertisement”At this world stage who wouldn’t want to go out and perform well. You could see that determination and that hunger to do something was special and very much there. It was amazing to watch both of them, the way they ran between the wickets. That understanding was very much there because they play together in the IPL as well,” Tendulkar told India Today.The Old Trafford crowd applauds a magnificent half-century #INDvNZ | #CWC19 | #TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/T4ucoN2oYcCricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) July 10, 2019″The sound that his bat was making was something different. You could hear that. With Dhoni’s guidance and experience he created that impact but unfortunately it wasn’t enough to finish the game. But in a convincing manner that Jadeja took charge, he was the aggressor today. He was hitting those big shots and rightly so.Captain @imVkohli all praise for @imjadeja post his semi-final show #TeamIndia #CWC19 #INDvNZ pic.twitter.com/egJJkzwZ0IBCCI (@BCCI) July 10, 2019″I felt that really worked well. One person was an aggressor and the other one was an experience campaigner. I felt MS (Dhoni) was going to attack in the last 3 overs. Because it also became important for someone to be there till the end. But possibly the boundaries could have come a bit earlier. But in retrospect you have number of things to say,” Tendulkar said.Also Read | Bitter pill to swallow: Sachin Tendulkar after India crash out of World Cup 2019Also Read | MS Dhoni could have batted at No. 5 instead of Hardik, says Sachin TendulkarAlso Read | Virat Kohli reacts to reporter’s question on MS Dhoni retirement speculationAlso Read | New Zealand were braver than us and they deserved to win, says Virat KohliFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byrohan sen Tags :Follow Ravindra JadejaFollow India vs New ZealandFollow World Cup 2019Follow Sachin Tendulkar Point All batsmen are considered right handed 1 10 Toss: NZ elected to bat fine Leg 7.3 Top Batsmen Top Batsmen 239/8 2 covers third Man Bhuvneshwar Kumar B. Kumar b Lockie Ferguson 100 3/37 (10) Referee: David Boon (AUS) Umpires: Richard Illingworth (ENG), Richard Kettleborough (ENG) and Rod Tucker (AUS) not out 62 72 Mid on Mid Wicket India IND view full scorecard 221/10 ( Y. Chahal 49.3 Overs) , nb third Man 0 4 Yuzvendra Chahal Y. Chahal c Tom Latham b Jimmy Neesham 0 4 Match Ended Mid off 208/7 ( R. Jadeja 47.5 Overs) , Square Leg Mid off 1 0 Point 0 0 0 Super Over B r covers All batsmen are considered right handed KL Rahul KL Rahul c Tom Latham b Matt Henry covers 6.53 0 4 0 Match Ended New Zealand beat India by 18 runs Mid off graphs 3 Mid off 25 Dinesh Karthik D. Karthik c Jimmy Neesham b Matt Henry ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019 Time: (GMT) | 15:00 (Local Time) Mid on 25 56 51.61 2 57.14 Mid Wicket third Man third Man Square Leg 1 New Zealand Fall of Wickets lbw b Trent Boult New Zealand NZ 1 Mid Wicket 0 Top Bowlers Top Bowlers 24 0 commentary 49 1 4.2 0 All batsmen are considered right handed 0 2 Jasprit Bumrah J. Bumrah not out Point 13 Square Leg Scorecard 0 6 Matt Henry M. Henry fine Leg Mitchell Santner M. Santner Jimmy Neesham J. Neesham Ross Taylor (NZ) R. Taylor (NZ) 2 1 5/2 ( V. Kohli 2.4 Overs) , 4 1 4s Hardik Pandya H. Pandya c Kane Williamson b Mitchell Santner 16.66 o 1 Point c Kane Williamson b Mitchell Santner Point No data available! Mid off 3.4 third Man ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019, 1st Semi Final (49.3) 239/8 Lockie Ferguson L. Ferguson Point MS Dhoni (wk) MS Dhoni (wk) run out (Martin Guptill) Mid off Mid Wicket Mid on covers Square Leg 221 1 c Kane Williamson b Trent Boult 3 fine Leg Mid Wicket Mid on 10 1 Ravindra Jadeja had hunger and determintation to do something special: Sachin TendulkarIndia vs New Zealand World Cup 2019: Ravindra Jadeja’s valiant 77 off 56 balls went in vain as India failed to chase down 240 against New Zealand in the first semi-final and crashed out of the World Cup 2019. Ravindra Jadeja R. Jadeja c Kane Williamson b Trent Boult 0 All batsmen are considered right handed 3/43 (10) third Man 1 130.50 Square Leg All batsmen are considered right handed Mid on 0 covers (49.3) Mid off 0 2 6 c Colin de Grandhomme b Mitchell Santner 69.44 5/3 ( KL Rahul 3.1 Overs) , 6.5 74 (90) covers (50.0) fine Leg advertisement All batsmen are considered right handed 1 b Lockie Ferguson Matt Henry (NZ) M. Henry (NZ) Point third Man Square Leg Mid Wicket 0 run out (Martin Guptill) c Tom Latham b Matt Henry covers c Jimmy Neesham b Matt Henry Mid off 43 0 fine Leg 0 217/9 ( B. Kumar 49 Overs) , Mid Wicket Rohit Sharma R. Sharma c Tom Latham b Matt Henry Mid on c Tom Latham b Matt Henry 3 Square Leg Ravindra Jadeja (IND) R. Jadeja (IND) S/R 71/5 ( R. Pant 22.5 Overs) , 92/6 ( H. Pandya 30.3 Overs) , view more view less 216/8 ( MS Dhoni 48.3 Overs) , 0 India batting IND batting 7 0 m 14.28 5 5 covers e/r Trent Boult T. Boult c Tom Latham b Jimmy Neesham Mid Wicket 0 India IND 77 4/1 ( R. Sharma 1.3 Overs) , All batsmen are considered right handed 0 10 Mid Wicket 37 Virat Kohli (c) V. Kohli (c) lbw b Trent Boult All batsmen are considered right handed 6s 3.7 Rishabh Pant R. Pant c Colin de Grandhomme b Mitchell Santner Square Leg Point third Man covers 59 2 4.3 Colin de Grandhomme de Grandhomme New Zealand NZ 0 34 0 0 0 fine Leg 10 w ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019 Bhuvneshwar Kumar (IND) B. Kumar (IND) 50 2 3 32 wd India (49.3) Mid on Extras: 16 runs (B: 0, LB: 3, WD: 13, NB: 0, P: 0) Square Leg Series Status: Player Of The Match: Matt Henry third Man Mid on 32 fine Leg 0 Next