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Day: September 24, 2022

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India will look to ride the momentum in the series decider

Pace bowling is a cause for concern for both teams while the Indian team-management may consider the inclusion of the seasoned off-spinner R. Ashwin in place of Chahal; Axar and Zampa have impressed Pace bowling is a cause for concern for both teams while the Indian team-management may consider the inclusion of the seasoned off-spinner R. Ashwin in place of Chahal; Axar and Zampa have impressed With the Rohit Sharma-led Indian team getting its act right in the truncated match to level the three-match T20I series against Australia at Nagpur on Friday night, the decider at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium here on Sunday should be a thriller by all means.There can be few better sights in modern cricket than Rohit showcasing his wide repertoire of strokes with such ease. Good augury Dinesh Karth...
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Horoscope Today, 25 September 2022: Check astrological prediction for Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer and other signs – Times of India

The daily horoscope is determined by the position of the moon and sun. A person’s personality is determined by the traits and characteristics given in his horoscope. How would you feel if you come to know what’s going to happen throughout the whole day before starting your day in the morning? Horoscopes give us a hint about all the things that we are going to face for the entire day. Read the daily predictions given below for each horoscope to find out what is in store for you today in your luck. Aries: Today you may have mixed situations around you. It is advised to do not expect more from anyone around you, it may make you disappointed. Today you may have self exploration and self analysis, which may allow filtering yourself. After the filtration process, you may fell confidence and b...
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Weekly Horoscope, 25 September to 1 October 2022: Check predictions for all zodiac signs – Times of India

Read your horoscope predictions to know what the stars have in store for you this week: Aries: In this week, situation will be mixed. You may feel yourself calm and cool, you may analyse and explore yourself, you may feel yourself typically alone in the crowd. it would be a self exploration method, which is able to bring flawlessness into your nature. You may have some detachment from the real world, however somehow you may come back to the fact of life. You may be inclined to know the truth of life by gaining knowledge. There'll be some opportunities in sleek earning, which will cause you to happy, however you would possibly be careful before making new investments in risky assets. You may probably to spend money for love once. Love birds can relish their happy moments. Students can he...
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CAB planning to name stand at Eden Gardens after Jhulan Goswami

The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) is planning to name a stand at the Eden Gardens after legendary India seamer Jhulan Goswami, in recognition of her excellent services to the game. Hailing from West Bengal’s Chakdaha town in Nadia district, the 39-year-old Jhulan brought the curtains down on her glorious, two-decade career with the third and final ODI against England at Lord’s on Saturday. “We are planning to name a stand after Jhulan Goswami at Eden Gardens. She is a special cricketer and deserves to be with the legends. We will approach the army for the necessary permission. We are also planning a special felicitation for her on the annual day,” CAB President Avishek Dalmiya said. “At CAB we give equal importance to women’s cricket and hence we see so many talented cricketers. T...
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I will back my players, she hasn’t done something outside the rules: Harmanpreet Kaur on Deepti’s dismissal of Charlotte

The England women vs India women match ended in controversial fashion when bowler Deepti Sharma pulled out from finishing her action in the fourth ball of the 44th over as she spotted batter Charlotte Dean rush out of the crease before she had released the ball and took the bails off, handing India a 16-run win. The whole incident divided opinions as the internet had a collective meltdown, with a plethora of reactions coming in, some standing by the decision and some against it. When asked about the controversy after the match, India captain Harmanpreet Kaur said, “You didn’t ask me about the first 9 dismissals. It’s part of the game I don’t think we have done something new. It shows your awareness, what batters are doing. I will back my players, she hasn’t done something outside the r...
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England women vs India women third ODI | India records first ever series sweep on England soil

Indian women’s team beats England by 16 runs with Jhulan Goswami taking two wickets in her final ODI Indian women’s team beats England by 16 runs with Jhulan Goswami taking two wickets in her final ODI India beat England by 16 runs in the third and final women’s ODI to sweep series 3-0 for the first time in London on Saturday.Sent in to bat, India were all out for a paltry 169 but that proved enough in the end.India kept losing wickets at regular intervals to be bundled out in 45.4 overs at Lord’s in veteran seamer Jhulan Goswami’s farewell game.All-rounder Deepti Sharma top-scored for the visitors with an unbeaten 68 off 106 balls, while opener Smriti Mandhana was the second highest scorer, making exactly 50 runs in 79 deliveries.Among England bowlers, medium pacer Kate Cross returne...
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3rd ODI: India whitewash England in Jhulan Goswami’s last waltz | Cricket News – Times of India

LONDON: A fairy-tale ending befitting her glorious career marked Jhulan Goswami's last waltz as India Women beat England by 16 runs in the third and final ODI to record their first clean sweep in this country. That the feat was achieved at the Mecca of Cricket -- Lord's -- made it doubly satisfying. Sent into bat, India were all out for a paltry 169, and at that point it looked like the tourists may have fallen many runs short of making the match a memorable one for their legendary seamer, who is calling it quits after two decades of incredible service to the game. Tremendous bowling performance from #TeamIndia to seal a 3-0 series win! 👏👏Scorecard ▶️ https://t.co/RwUqefmJT6… https://t.co/ELVssWtWbh— BCCI Women (@BCCIWomen) 1664039481000However, the Indians managed to eke out a win as C...
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Charlotte Dean in tears as bowler Deepti Sharma runs her out for leaving the non-striker’s end before ball was bowled to win the match

Jhulan Goswami’s last game for India will be remembered for more than her grand farewell, when she was hoisted up on her team-mate’s shoulders. A moment to be celebrated was met with boos, but it wasn’t for her, but for what transpired just a moment ago. Chasing 170, England were tottering at 119 for 9 but were pulled out of the hole by Charlotte Dean (47) and the last batter Freya Davies. They reached 153, looking in control, as the game hurtled towards a thrilling finish. It happened then. Deepti Sharma, the off spinner, pulled out from finishing her action in the fourth ball of the 44th over as she spotted Charlotte rush out of the crease before she had released the ball. What a Match 😍#DeeptiSharma #lords #JhulanGoswami ❤️ pic.twitter.com/yTTNHEgpKR — Rohit Bisht⚡ (@Rohit_Bisht__) ...
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Indian junior men’s trap team wins gold in Shotgun World Championship | More sports News – Times of India

OSIJEK (Croatia): India won a sensational gold in the junior men's trap team event at the ISSF Shotgun World Championship, beating Italy 6-4 in the final on Saturday. This was also India's first medal of the Championship. The USA won the bronze. It was no mean feat for the trio of Shapath Bharadwaj, Shardul Vihan and Arya Vansh Tyagi as the Italians are long established powerhouses in the shotgun discipline. Even more so as the Indians were trailing the Italian team of Edoardo Antonioli, Emanuele Iezzi and Gianmarco Barletta 0-4 before staging a remarkable comeback. Many congratulations Arya Vansh Tyagi, Shardul Vihan & Shapath Bharadwaj for winning 🥇 in the Trap Team Men’s Junio… https://t.co/dM2ONIx1nk— NRAI (@OfficialNRAI) 1664033157000Earlier in the day, Shapath, Shardul and Ary...
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Jaydev Unadkat keeps the fire burning, stays hopeful of a comeback in national colours | Cricket News – Times of India

COIMBATORE: The numbers he rakes up is staggering, the line and length are spot on, his variations leave the batsmen in doubt and his consistency is nearly impeccable. Yet, following his maiden Test call-up against South Africa at the Centurion in December 2010, left-arm pacer Jaydev Unadkat hasn’t returned to the side again. It may be at the back of his mind, but the Saurashtra skipper hasn’t allowed that to affect him. Over the past six seasons, he has scalped 224 wickets at an impressive average of 19.5. Apart from proving to be an able leader for Saurashtra, Unadkat has evolved as a bowler, who can deliver irrespective of the pitch or circumstances. This quality has been on ample show in the ongoing Duleep Trophy, in which he has picked up 19 wickets thus far for West Zone. With the...
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Roger’s Rafa, Rafa’s Roger

How often do you see the greatest rival weep when a sporting colossus retires? Would that be the moment tattooed on the brain from Roger Federer’s last competitive game? Or the image of both Federer and Rafael Nadal, sitting side by side after the game, cheeks damp, eyes like a cloudburst. Or perhaps, the laughter mid-match, when they held hands after wasting a breakpoint. In an Instagram live ahead of the match, Nadal had contradicted Federer by saying he was ‘relaxed’ as compared to ‘nervous’ to which the Swiss responded with a rhetorical, ‘You are now?’. It was all part of the laughs from tennis’s greatest bromance, the many in the buildup to and during their match. The moment when the pair, sitting in the waiting room, went all comic to Andy Murray missing out on a break point again...
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For Roger Federer, the most enduring testament to his greatness will be the love his rivals had for him

Late into the match tiebreaker in the final match of his career, playing doubles alongside Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer produced one of the many moments that have made him one of the most revered athletes of his generation. The Swiss maestro arched at a ferocious ground stroke, blunted the pace with a perfectly timed volley, and placed it to perfection — vintage Federer. The 17,500 fans in attendance at the O2 Arena in London gave it the biggest cheer of the night, and Novak Djokovic, at the event as Federer’s teammate to give him a grand send-off, leapt to his feet with his jaw dropped in disbelief. A few moments later, as Federer served for the match — one he and Nadal eventually lost to Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock 6-4, 6-7, 11-9 at the Laver Cup — Djokovic, who got the better of Fede...
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Bangladesh, Ireland qualify for 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup

Bangladesh completed a 11-run win over Thailand and Ireland beat Zimbabwe by four runs in matches played at the Zayed Cricket Stadium on Friday to book their berths Bangladesh completed a 11-run win over Thailand and Ireland beat Zimbabwe by four runs in matches played at the Zayed Cricket Stadium on Friday to book their berths Bangladesh and Ireland have qualified for the 2023 Women's T20 World Cup in South Africa after winning their respective semi-finals at the qualifying event in Abu Dhabi. Bangladesh completed a 11-run win over Thailand and Ireland beat Zimbabwe by four runs in matches played at the Zayed Cricket Stadium on Friday to book their berths, joining Australia, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and the West Indies, who have already made it t...
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Harry Brook ‘nailed on’ to be in England’s XI at T20 World Cup: Nasser Hussain | Cricket News – Times of India

LONDON: Harry Brook may already have done enough in Pakistan to have "nailed on" his place in England's Twenty20 World Cup XI, said former captain Nasser Hussain. The 23-year-old Brook arrived in Karachi with just four caps. But the Yorkshire batsman has been in superb form during the opening matches of a T20 series against Pakistan, scoring 154 runs in three innings at a blistering strike-rate of 194.93. That tally includes a match-winning 81 not out in a 63-run win on Friday that gave England a 2-1 lead in the seven-match contest. Brook faced just 35 balls while displaying a wide array of strokes from lofted drives over the covers to unorthodox ramps over his shoulder. "Going into this series, you were thinking, 'How do we get Brook into the World Cup starting XI?' I can't see how you...
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India held to 1-1 draw by Singapore

India dished out a dominating performance but failed to notch up a win, playing out a 1-1 draw against lower-ranked Singapore in their FIFA international friendly match in the Hung Thinh Tournament here on Saturday. Ikhsan Fandi put Singapore ahead in the 37th minute when his free-kick from about 25 yards out took a deflection off the Indian wall and beat a diving goalie Gurpreet Singh Sandhu who could lay a hand on the ball but failed to stop it from entering the net. Singapore’s joy lasted jut six minutes as Ashique Kuruniyan equalised in the 43rd minute off an assist from captain Sunil Chhetri. FULL-TIME! We come to the end of the match, with both the teams sharing the spoils. It's been a tight contest in the middle of the park today. We move on to the next one against Vietnam! 🇮🇳 1...
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Duleep Trophy Final: West Zone have one hand on trophy | Cricket News – Times of India

COIMBATORE: West Zone closed in on a memorable come-from-behind victory as they took out the South Zone top and middle-order after setting them an improbable victory target of 529 in the Duleep Trophy final on Saturday. Reeling at 156 for six at stumps on the fourth and penultimate day, South Zone were staring at a heavy defeat as they trailed by 375 runs. West Zone put up a mammoth 585 for four in their second innings after conceding a 57-run first-innings lead to their opponents. Prolific run-scorer Sarfaraz Khan recorded a fine, unbeaten century (127 off 178 balls) to continue West's charge after overnight double centurion Yashasvi Jaiswal was dismissed for 265 at the SNR College Cricket Ground. At the end of third day's play, West Zone were 376 for three and Jaiswal was batting on 2...
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Before leaving, Jhulan receives guard of honour

Playing her last international match of an illustrious career, Indian women’s team seamer Jhulan Goswami received a guard of honour when she walked out to bat against England in the third and final ODI. Coming out to bat at number nine in the 40th over of the match, the 39-year-old Jhulan saw the English cricketers lining up two sides at the iconic Lord’s to pay a tribute to one of women’s cricket’s biggest ever players. Jhulan will end her glorious, two-decade career as women’s cricket’s highest wicket-taker. Touched by the gesture, Jhulan raised her right hand in gratitude to accept the honour by English players, who were seen clapping. There were loud cheers and claps from the spectators as well for the player, fondly known as ‘Chakdah Express’. For over 20 years Jhulan Goswami has ...
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India held to 1-1 draw by Singapore in international friendly | Football News – Times of India

HO CHI MINH CITY: India dished out a dominating performance but failed to notch up a win, playing out a 1-1 draw against lower-ranked Singapore in their FIFA international friendly match in the Hung Thinh Tournament here on Saturday. Ikhsan Fandi put Singapore ahead in the 37th minute when his free-kick from about 25 yards out took a deflection off the Indian wall and beat a diving goalie Gurpreet Singh Sandhu who could lay a hand on the ball but failed to stop it from entering the net. Singapore's joy lasted jut six minutes as Ashique Kuruniyan equalised in the 43rd minute off an assist from captain Sunil Chhetri. Jeakson Singh made an interception in the Singapore half, passed the ball to Chhetri, who put Kuruniyan through on goal. Kuruniyan calmly slotted the ball home with a left-fo...
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Duleep Trophy Final: West Zone have one hand on trophy

West Zone closed in on a memorable come-from-behind victory as they took out the South Zone top and middle-order after setting them an improbable victory target of 529 in the Duleep Trophy final . Reeling at 156 for six at stumps on the fourth and penultimate day, South Zone were staring at a heavy defeat as they trailed by 375 runs. West Zone put up a mammoth 585 for four in their second innings after conceding a 57-run first-innings lead to their opponents. Prolific run-scorer Sarfaraz Khan recorded a fine, unbeaten century (127 off 178 balls) to continue West’s charge after overnight double centurion Yashavi Jaiswal was dismissed for 265 at the SNR College Cricket Ground. At the end of third day’s play, West Zone were 376 for three and Jaiswal was batting on 209 off 244 balls. Jaiswa...