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Cricket News IND vs RSA, Highlights, 2nd Test Day 2: Kohli 254*, Umesh Make It India’s Day Of Dominance

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Day 2 was Virat Kohli’s day as he created plenty of records in the Pune Test against South Africa. He shared a partnership of 150-plus with Ajinkya Rahane but Rahane fell after scoring a fifty. Kohli notched up his 10th 150+ score and ninth as skipper as he broke Sir Don Bradman’s record. Kohli went past 7000 runs in Tests and 1000 against the Proteas as he notched up his seventh double century in Tests. Kohli notched up his highest individual score when he went past 250 and his 200-run stand with Ravindra Jadeja helped India cross 600. After declaring for the third straight time in this series, Umesh Yadav struck twice and Mohammed Shami got the wicket of Temba Bavuma. 17:02 hrs IST: That is stumps on day 2 and India are firmly on top in the Pune Test. Umesh and Shami were simply brilliant and aat 36/3 in pursuit of 601, the Proteas face a massive task. 16:50 hrs IST: Catch dropped! Mayank Agarwal drops Nortje at fourth slip as Shami continues to create chances. South Africa 35/3.16:47 hrs IST: Shami gets Anrich Nortje but the decision is overturned by the review as South Africa somehow hang in there. South Africa 33/3.16:39 hrs IST: WICKET! Brilliant from Shami and his fine form continues. Good length ball outside off, it zips through with some extra bounce and Bavuma has a feel for it. India appeal but the umpire does not give it out. India review and RTS shows a spike. South Africa are 33/3.16:12 hrs IST: WICKET! Umesh on fire. Good length ball just outside off, Elgar is uncertain whether to leave it, the ball hits the bottom of the bat and ricochets off the boot to be out. South Africa 13/2.15:58 hrs IST: WICKET! That is dead. Great comeback for Umesh. Full ball angled in and it scoots through, Markram is caught on the crease and he gets trapped in front. Markram out for 0, South Africa 2/1.15:43 hrs IST: No century for Ravindra Jadeja as he falls for 91 but India have declared at 601/5. Kohli walks off unbeaten on 254 and he gets a standing ovation.15:35 hrs IST: Kohli thwacks a full ball over wide long on off Dean Elgar and he crossed 250. King Kohli is putting on a show in Pune. India are 600/4.15:22 hrs IST: Jadeja and Kohli are taking the South Africa bowlers to the cleaners. India are nearing 600 and both batsmen their milestones. India 577/4. The partnership between the duo has crossed 200.15:00 hrs IST: Ravindra Jadeja slams his 12th fifty but he realises it one ball too late. He gestures to the dressing room that he did not know it. India are 519/4.14:48 hrs IST: After his seventh double ton, Kohli raises the tempo by blasting a six but he departs for 208. No, he hasn’t. Muthusamy has overstepped and the pain continues for South Africa. This is shocking. India 497/4.14:44 hrs IST: Double century number seven for Virat Kohli. What a freak. He has gone past 1000 runs against South Africa and also passed 7000 runs in the same instance. This is run-machine ability at a next level. India are 487/4.14:11 hrs IST: That is tea on day 2 of the Pune Test. India totally in command and Virat Kohli is nearing a special double century. This will really put him in the record books. India 473/4.13:43 hrs IST: Kohli is nearing his double ton and India are scoring at a good rate. India are 433/4.13:27 hrs IST: Kohli continues to find the boundary. Nortje is bowling short but there is no success coming for South Africa. India 422/4.13:17 hrs IST: Virat Kohli now has his highest individual score in Tests against South Africa, going past the 153 which he achieved at the Centurion Test in 2018. India 415/4.13:04 hrs IST: With two streaky edges and boundaries to third man, Virat Kohli notches up his 150, his second 150+ score against the Proteas. Both times, the edges flew and Faf du Plessis at slip had no chance. India 409/4.12:58 hrs IST: Kohli nears his 150 and brings up India’s 400 in style by driving Kagiso Rabada past extra cover for a brilliant boundary. India 400/4.12:30 hrs IST: WICKET! Finally, the partnership is broken. Maharaj gives this delivery a bit more flight outside off and it holds its line, Rahane pokes at it and the catch is taken by Quinton de Kock. India are 375/4.12:21 hrs IST: Great start after the lunch break as Virat Kohli blasts two fours off Kagiso Rabada straight down the ground. India are 367/3.11:33 hrs IST: Lunch on day 2 of the Pune Test. Totally dominant performance from India as Kohli’s 26th century and Rahane’s brilliant fifty help India reach 356/3 vs South Africa. Totally demoralised are the Proteas. 11:17 hrs IST: CENTURY! You guessed it. It is Virat Kohli. what a player. What a legend. Gets there with a straight drive off Vernon Philander. India are 345/3.11:03 hrs IST: FIFTY! Superb fifty for Rahane and it is his 20th overall in Tests. Gets there by nudging Nortje to the leg side for a quick single. Superb stuff and India are 338/3.10:43 hrs IST: South Africa have lost a review as they appeal for an LBW against Rahane. Keshav Maharaj bowled a delivery that trapped Rahane in front but the ball was pitching outside the line of leg stump. India 320/3.10:26 hrs IST: Rahane is looking aggressive now with a couple of boundaries off Nortje and Rabada. This partnership has boosted India as they survive the first hour. India are 314/3.10:06 hrs IST: Rahane edges a full ball from Philander but Aiden Markram at gully cannot latch onto it and Kohli gets going with a straight drive off Rabada. India 291/3. Anrich Nortje is into the attack now.09:57 hrs IST: Virat Kohli edges a swinging delivery from Vernon Philander but it just evades Quinton de Kock. That was a close shave for the Indian cricket team skipper. India 281/3.09:39 hrs IST: A warm welcome to day 2 of the Pune Test between India and South Africa at the MCA Stadium. Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane will be looking to play out the second new ball and consolidate their position. India 275/3. last_img read more

Road trip: Badgers prepare for Alaska

first_imgAfter a stressful month of play, the Wisconsin men’s hockey team will travel over 3,000 miles in hopes of recapturing their championship glory from last season. Saturday, the Badgers were officially swept by Boston College in a rematch of last year’s Frozen Four title game, and this weekend, they will resume conference play when they travel to Anchorage, Ala. Despite the Badgers daunting trek, UW head coach Mike Eaves believes a road trip is just what his team needs. “I’m looking forward to [the trip]. It’s exactly what we need right now; we need to get out of town,” Eaves said in his weekly press conference. “It’s early in the season, and it’s basically a five day trip for us; and we get to be on the road and get to know each other. … It’s going to be a great opportunity for us to become closer as a team.”The Badgers were outscored 7-1 this weekend due in large part to the Eagles’ edge in experience. B.C. returned 16 players from last year’s title bout, while UW returned nine, losing major contributors to graduation and the NHL. Their rookie replacements, most notably Jamie McBain, Mike Davies and John Mitchell, all seemed to be overwhelmed by the magnitude of a championship rematch.”The whole coaching staff, we were disappointed in the way we played; we wondered what happened with this young group … I think our kids were too tight Friday night, they wanted to play so well and they were outside their ideal performance state and they were too tight and didn’t play the way they were capable of,” Eaves said. “On Saturday we saw them play the way they were capable of, and because of their youth, when we go into another big weekend, we can be more sensitive to that fact and get them to loosen up a little bit.”The talented freshman class has shown flashes of greatness this season, but Eaves knows it is a long process before they reach their full potential.”We’re a younger group, and we have to get these younger guys up to speed with the older guys and upperclassmen as quick as we can,” Eaves said. “Last year, we were an all upperclassman team for the first time, and as coaches, we could sit back and let the team do the work. This year, we have to work with our captains and everybody else to bring them up to speed as quickly as we can.”Despite the disappointing result, Eaves has found a number of bright spots in the Badgers’ forgetful weekend. Eaves attributes much of Boston College’s success to stellar goaltending from Cory Schneider while crediting his team for bouncing back in the series finale. “I watched the [Boston College game Sunday], and by our count, we out-chanced them and we played pretty well,” Eaves said. “We talked Saturday night about how [Boston College] scored on their scoring chances and on our chances (Cory) Schneider was pretty good and he made some terrific saves.”Regardless of the Badgers’ disappointing .500 record, Eaves maintains that the team’s spirits are high, dismissing the idea that a championship repeat is unattainable. Eaves sees the upcoming road trip as a chance for Wisconsin to build on past performances as well as afford them the opportunity to discover who they are as a team.”This is a growth process, and there are a lot of good things we can take away from this weekend even though we lost,” Eaves said. “It’s early in the season, and now we kind of find out where we’re at as a group … can we regroup ourselves here with a direction and an attitude that will help us in the upcoming weekend.” Injury ReportUW forward Jack Skille is continuing to participate in skating drills, and Eaves is hopeful the sophomore standout will be able to increase mobility in his injured elbow. “He is going to have a stick in his hand this week and hopefully get to the point where he can do some skill drills with us, but the contact is a little bit away,” Eaves said.last_img read more

Metta World Peace not looking to go out with bang, just assists

first_img“I just play hard. That’s it. There’s nothing else to think about,” World Peace said. “You just got out here and play hard and have a good time. That’s it. I don’t think about anything else.”World Peace also insisted he no longer thinks about the strong fan reception he receives after initially soaking in the moment. He thought plenty, though, of the irony of the moment. When World Peace played with the Lakers from 2009 through 2013, plenty of fans sounded anxious when he took 3-pointers or ran the fast break.“They used to boo,” World Peace said. “I could hear that (stuff). But for me, I don’t care. I’m going to continue to shoot as long as I’m on the (expletive) floor,” World Peace said. “You never know which one of them might go in. One of them might go in. You give yourselves a chance.”Fond farewell?For what might mark his last game at Staples Center wearing a Lakers uniform, World Peace will not have the same kind of farewell that accompanied Kobe Bryant’s career-finale.World Peace will not have a documentary crew following his every move. The Lakers will not hold a video tribute filled with testimony about his accomplished career that included helping the Lakers win the 2010 NBA championship. World Peace will not try to mimic Bryant’s scoring output that he posted in his last game nearly a year ago.“Kobe had 60!” Lakers forward Nick Young told World Peace at his locker before Sunday’s game against Minnesota at Staples Center.“I’m not going for that,” World Peace said. “If I can get five assists, I’ll be happy.”World Peace’s reasoning is simple.World Peace does not plan to formally retire following his 17th NBA season and 18th professionally after also playing overseas in China and Italy in 2013-14. The 37-year-old World Peace hopes to play at least two more years in the NBA or overseas, which would mark a 20-year career.“I want to play a long time,” World Peace said. “That’s cool. All I got to do is work hard. I know what I have to do to get there. I set those goals a long time ago and I don’t have to think any more.”Hence, World Peace would love to re-sign with the Lakers once he becomes an unrestricted free agent in July to mark the third consecutive year he fulfills a mentor year. Yet, World Peace remains mindful of the Lakers’ higher offseason priorities.“There’s too many free agents and rookies they have to sign,” World Peace said of the Lakers. “It’s the last thing I would think about this early. The whole league has to get the free agents, the rookies and get the B-class players and C-class players. I never think about it. It’s too early.”It’s not too early to know how Lakers coach Luke Walton will handle Tuesday’s game against New Orleans at Staples Center. That marks the Lakers’ last home game of the 2016-17 season before their season-finale in Golden State on Wednesday. “Whether it’s his last game or not,” Walton said, “we’ll get him out here.”World Peace entered Sundat’s game averaging only 1.3 points on 21.6 percent shooting in 5.2 minutes through 22 appearances. But he has earned rave reviews the past two years for his practice intensity, positive reinforcement to younger teammates and sharing his dietary habits.“We want to reward Metta every chance we get for how great he’s been this year and the way he’s worked and the way he helps the young guys and being positive,” Walton said. “He’s been one of the better players in this league for a long time. He’s won a championship with this organization, obviously. So that comes into play.”Balancing actThe performance left Walton entertained. He watched David Nwaba lead the D-Fenders in a Game 2 win over Rio Grande Valley of the Development League’s Western Conference semifinals with 22 points on a 8-of-14 shooting. The performance also left Walton concerned. Nwaba logged 41 minutes for the second consecutive D-League game despite also playing for the Lakers.So, Walton sat Nwaba for the second consecutive game for the Lakers.“The last thing we want is to overuse him and make him susceptible to injury,” Walton said.Yet, it sounds like Walton has wished for a compromise as Nwaba bounces between the D-Fenders (Game 3 on Monday) and the Lakers (vs. New Orleans on Tuesday). Although Walton said he has talked with D-Fenders president Joey Buss and coach Coby Karl, Nwaba’s participation in the D-League has come at the expense of his participation with the Lakers. The Lakers had signed Nwaba in late February after he spent most of the season with the D-Fenders.“We want to do what’s best for David,” Walton said. “A big part of what’s best for David is what he feels is best for him. The D-League team is a team he’s played with all year so he’s close with them. It’s the playoffs, so you want to help your team win. We feel confident with what we’ve seen out of him so far. But, he, in my opinion helps us win and makes winning plays. We stay in communication and we try to make the decision on what’s best for him.”Nwaba first faced this unique challenged last week. After playing 29 minutes last Wednesday in San Antonio, Nwaba and D-Fenders general manager Nick Mazzella made the 3 ½ hour drive to Hildalgo, Texas for Game 1 of the D-Fenders’ playoff series against Rio Grande Valley on Thursday. After logging 39 minutes on Thursday, Walton sat Nwaba despite insisting he felt fine to play.“He was telling me one thing,” Walton said. “But the body language was saying something different.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThat did not stop World Peace teammates from razzing him. Randle joked it took World Peace about 30 seconds before taking the shot. Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson abstained from diplomacy so he could crack a joke.“His leg, he was shaking like a stripper in the corner,” Clarkson said, laughing. “He didn’t know what he was going to do. I thought, ‘Is he going to shoot it?’ I’m looking at him like, ‘You see his leg shaking?’ I know he made bigger shots than this.”Yes, he has. And that’s why the 18,997 fans cheered for World Peace and implored him to shoot anytime he touched the ball.“When Metta shot the three, I thought ‘How perfect is this?’” said Lakers coach Luke Walton, who played with the former Ron Artest with the Lakers from 2009 to 2012. “Metta World Peace is going to make a game-winning three.”World Peace didn’t, but he still made several other key plays. After sitting through three quarters, the 37-year-old World Peace provided reason for the fans to cheer besides nostalgia for his possible final week wearing a Lakers uniform. He handled the ball before making a fadeaway jump shot. Nearly 90 seconds later, World Peace sank a 3-pointer. By the end of the game, World Peace posted eight points on 3-of-8 shooting in 11 minutes.center_img LOS ANGELES >> The crowd stood ready in anticipation as they greeted Metta World Peace.The Lakers had signed a previous fan favorite for the second consecutive year on a role that involved more mentoring than less theatrics than when he provided in that legendary Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics. But there the 37-year-old forward stood on a court, ready to secure a game in crunchtime during a season that previously focused more on his younger teammates trying to do the same.On the fast break of the last possession of the game, Lakers guard D’Angelo Russell set World Peace for an open 3-pointer. He hesitated for a few seconds before shooting a 3-pointer that hit off the front of the rim. No matter. Lakers forward Julius Randle grabbed the rebound and set Russell up for the game-winning 3-pointer in the Lakers’ 110-109 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday at Staples Center.“I wanted to shoot the three. I wanted to try to end the game, but I didn’t know if I was behind the line,” World Peace said, chuckling. “My leg started shaking like a dog. I didn’t know where I was. Then it looked like I was nervous. I wasn’t.”last_img read more

Karatekas of Međugorje won four medals

first_imgKaratekas of karate club ”Međugorje” won two silver and two bronze medals at the international competition ”Ilidža 2013” which was held in Ilidža.Silver medals were won by Filip Ostojic (2002., – 35kg) and Mete Bevanda (2001.,-45kg) and bronze, Mate Dragičević (2000., – 45kg) and Ante Čilić (2001.,-35kg). At the tournament .Albrim Samohodaj and Andrija Soldo also participated.Their next competition will be in Split at the ”Adriatic Cup”.last_img