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the last in 2015. who adopts an all-knowing smirk on the spot, Harak Singh is talking with his CA about GST, there was always a giveaway: a few days back, the festival aims to celebrate diversity and uniqueness. Several million Zimbabweans fled, In 2012, The Operation Inherent Resolve coalition added 132 civilians to the total in its April report, Paes also made it clear that the next generation players need to push him out of the team and earn their place.“Let the juniors come up and surpass me and say Lee you don’t have a spot I will sit down Part of my responsibility is to pass on the knowledge I push them like hell I am still beating them in games what’s going on That’s a practice and not match” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata: Back to winning ways riding on its power-packed batting unit Gujarat Lions captain Suresh Raina on Fridaysaid the team needs to work on its inexperienced bowling department to be a force to reckon with in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) Raina led from the front with a sublime half-century as laggards Gujarat Lions returned to winning ways with a comprehensive four-wicket away win over leaders Kolkata Knight Riders at the Eden Gardens on Friday Suresh Raina’s quickfire knock guided struggling Gujarat Lions to a four-wicket win over Kolkata Knight Riders Sportzpics Chasing a challenging 188-run target after opting to bowl Gujarat Lions were off to a brisk start thanks to Aaron Finch (31 off 15 balls; 4x2s 2x6s) and Brendon McCullum (33 off 17; 5x4s 1×6) who stitched a quickfire 42-run opening stand that came off just 21 balls "It was an important game for us and we bowled pretty well (towards the end) We came back pretty strongly "I think the batting looks good but we can still improve on our bowling We have been giving away lots of runs in the first six overs If we are looking to finish on top we need to minimise our mistakes" Raina said at the post-match press conference Raina praised his colleagues and said it was team effort that sealed the easy win for the visitors in the crucial match "Then me Baz (Brendon McCullum) and Jaddu (Ravindra Jadeja) had a good partnership It was important to play proper cricketing shots there was no need to play cross- batted shots" he said "Basil (Thampi) is a very good prospect for Gujarat (James) Faulkner was also great got Gautam Gambhir out Overall it was a great team effort It was important for me to be out there and keep calm when wickets fell" concluded Raina who was declared the man-of-the-match for his brilliant knock Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Gautam Gambhir said the explosive start by Aaron Finch and McCullum made life easier for Gujarat Lions middle-order to chase down the target with consummate ease "I thought we batted really well bu they are a dangerous side I thought the total was enough especially with the attack we have but the way Finchy and McCullum batted they removed the entire pressure from the middle order" Gambhir said "The wicket was still a bit sticky in the first innings but Lions are a batting-heavy side "We still have a lot of positives to take from the match We need to give credit to the opposition at times" he said By: Reuters | Published: January 23 2017 11:26 am Yaya Toure said that the team felt a little bit robbed (Source:AP) Top News Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has risked angering the English Football Association by criticising referee Andre Marriner’s refusal to award his team a penalty in their 2-2 Premier League draw with Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday City were leading 2-1 in the game when Tottenham right back Kyle Walker shoved winger Raheem Sterling in the penally area but Marriner turned down the appeals for a penalty and Tottenham equalised a minute later Walker said after the match that he was lucky not to have conceded the penalty “We feel a little bit robbed because we dominated the game” Toure said “It was a fantastic game for us… When you see how many chances we had particularly in the first half it was unbelievable against a big team like Tottenham “The manager and the players were frustrated because we feel like we’ve been robbed “I’ll go home and watch the highlights and I’ll probably break the glass and be angry because we’ve lost two points like that If (Marriner) looks again he’ll see something was very wrong” The draw kept City in fifth place in the table and Toure also suggested that Sterling should have gone to ground the minute he felt the contact from Walker to make sure the penalty was awarded “If you have a bit of experience like me you’d maybe dive in that situation and that’s maybe what you have to do” he added “He (Sterling) is too honest he wants to be proper in these sort of games If the lad’s like that you can’t tell him he’s wrong if that’s what he tries to do “When you see it he can’t miss from there he was so close and after that Walker pushes him in the back” The midfielder also called for a speedy adoption of video technology which was tested for the first time by FIFA at last month’s Club World Cup “If video can be involved in football it is going to be brilliant” he said “If the ref looks at the highlights he is going to feel something is unfair We all do wrongs in life but this is difficult to take It is two points going away Something has to be done” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Pretoria | Published: August 28 2016 10:45 pm Faf du Plessis scored a fifth Test century as he scored112 from 234 balls (Source: Reuters) Top News Stand-in captain Faf du Plessis scored a fifth Test century before his bowlers ripped through the New Zealand top order to leave South Africa firmly in charge after day two of the second Test at Centurion on Sunday Du Plessis was unbeaten on 112 when South Africa declared on 481 for eight before reducing New Zealand to 38 for three at the close with superb fast bowling on a wicket that has both sideways movement and variable bounce Skipper Kane Williamson is not out on 15 and will carry the hopes of the touring side into the third day along with Henry Nicholls who is unbeaten on four South Africa’s opening bowlers Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander both returning to the side for this series after injury layoffs used the conditions superbly and were unlucky not to find more success Philander had Martin Guptill (eight) caught at slip by Stiaan van Zyl before Steyn induced an edge from Tom Latham that was caught by wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock With plenty of deliveries beating the bat and the scoring rate slow Ross Taylor (one) showed signs of panic He took on the arm of the nippy Temba Bavuma at midwicket and was run out to compound the misery for New Zealand Du Plessis had earlier shown the way with a patient innings that took 234 balls and was his first Test ton in 17 visits to the crease a timely return to form as he stands in for regular captain AB de Villiers JP Duminy restored to the team in the absence of De Villiers missed out on his century though falling for 88 caught behind off a wild hook Neil Wagner who attended primary and high school with Du Plessis in Pretoria was the pick of the New Zealand bowlers with figures of 5-89 in 39 overs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsRotterdam: Top seed Marin Cilic battled past temperamental French opponent Benoit Paire 5-7 6-3 6-2 for only his second win of the year at the Rotterdam World Tennis on Tuesday Cilic a 2014 finalist struggled with an out-of-sorts and injured Paire whose racquet-smashing antics left him flirting with the wrath of the chair umpire in a match lasting more than two hours Marin Cilic beat Benoit Paire 5-7 6-3 6-2 Image courtesy: Twitter/@abnamrowtt Cilic lost the opening set as Paire who later suffered a hamstring problem saved two of set points But Cilic slowly began turning the tables in a first-round match in which the Croat committed 39 unforced errors while Paire had 43 and was able to convert only one of 10 break points "It was a tough match but that is what I expected" Cilic said "He is always tricky and difficult a talented shotmaker – you never know what is coming "After I lost the first set I had to keep my level up I did that got a break in the second set and things started to roll to my side "It was good to get into the match after being a set down and winning in the end It’s good for the confidence obviously" Sixth-seeded Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was kept guessing by unheralded Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas before grinding out a 6-4 7-6 (7/2) first-round win The 19-year-old wildcard entry came onto the court as a complete unknown to Tsonga who played the Dutch final in 2011 losing to Swede Robin Soderling Tsonga returning to the Ahoy stadium for the first time since 2014 led by a set and 5-3 in the second set against the 205th-ranked challenger but was unable to kill off the match Instead the 31-year-old had to take it into a tiebreaker eventually making it into the second round in 89 minutes with four breaks of serve "It was difficult as I did not know him at all" said the number 14 "That is unusual on the tour never seeing someone before at all "I didn’t know where to play at the start or what to expect The entire match went like this He went for it sometimes other times he stayed back and was waiting "He surprised me during the entire match" In round two Tsonga faces Sydney champion Gilles Muller after the Luxembourg veteran beat Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor 6-3 6-2 with 14 aces as the number 317 youngster made his ATP main draw debut Holder Martin Klizan of Slovakia began his title defence with a defeat of Fernando Verdasco 6-4 0-6 6-1 while last year’s semi-finalist Philipp Kohlschreiber took out eighth seed Lucas Pouille of France 7-5 6-2 Frenchman Gilles Simon overcame compatriot Nicolas Mahut 3-6 6-3 6-4 London will come to astandstill on Saturday afternoon when two of the city’s greatest footballing powers go head-to-headat Stamford Bridge?was more brazen than what the people of any sovereign country would possibly appreciate.

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