Bangladesh vs Australia, Cricket Score 1st Test Match
Australia in Bangladesh, 2 Test Series, 2020Date: Jun 11, 2020 Start Time: 09:00 IST | 03:30 GMT | 09:00 Local
Venue: Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chattogram
The approach of the team management didn’t go down well with former West Indies pacer Tino Best who took to Twitter and criticized the decision of playing Archer ahead of Broad. However, when Archer came across his post, he gave a befitting reply to the 33-year-old and a spat was initiated.
Although, England might be at the backseat in the ongoing game but Stokes has added another feather to his hat. Stokes became the second-fastest all-rounder to reach the double of 4000 runs and 150 wickets in Test matches. He achieved the milestone in 64 games and is only behind former Caribbean all-rounder Sir Gary Sobers who took 63 Test matches to get the feat.
As rain affected the game, the contest became a 49-over affair. Australia won the toss and opted to bat at the Edgbaston Stadium in Birmingham. The decision didn’t prove to be impeccable as in-form openers Aaron Finch and David Warner were dismissed with just 10 runs on the scorecard. Chris Woakes and Jofra Archer were breathing fire with the new ball.
It has been decided that the entire 2020 edition of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) will take place in Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) this year. The gala T20 tournament will get underway on August 18 and the finals will be played on September 10. A total of 33 matches will be played in the tournament including two semi-finals and a final.
Since the start of the first test match, the Windies have been showing immense character on the field. After a stellar batting performance, on day 2 with the ball, the visitors did well with the willow. The two men who stood out for the team were Shane Dowrich and Kraigg Brathwaite. Both scored half-centuries and gave the visitors a much-needed respite.
ENG vs WI Live Score Updates 1st Test Day 3: Another fascinating day of cricket awaits us as England and West Indies square-off on day three of the first Test at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton. West Indies are in a better position and trail by just 147 runs with nine wickets in hand.
The tourists lost Shamarh Brooks (39) and Jermaine Blackwood (12) soon after lunch to slip to 186-5 in reply to England's 204 all out, but recovered through Chase (27 not out) and Dowrich (30 not out) to be in a strong position to build a healthy lead at an empty Ageas Bowl.
According to a reliable source, PCB has decided to sign a one-year contract with Transmedia, a company which has been buying various sponsorship and media rights for the last few years. Transmedia has already been paying up to Rs 150 million annually to PCB for being their associate sponsors.
However, Ngidi's comments did not go down well with former South African cricketers Pat Symcox, Boeta Dippenaar and wicketkeeper Rudi Steyn, who slammed the 24-year-old for not speaking up against the attacks on white farmers in the country.
You subsequently challenged the decision before the Appeal Panel of the Cricket Disciplinary Commission, which was upheld. Then, you appealed before a commercial bench of the High Court in London, which was dismissed. Then, you appealed before the Court of Appeal (Civil Division), which was rejected.
Speaking to Sky Sports ahead of day 3 of ENG vs WI 1st Test, the pacer revealed that the stand-in captain Ben Stokes broke the news to new on the eve of the match. Broad, in fact, also had a word with head selector Ed Smith who assured him that the decision was take due to the nature of the Rose Bowl track.
Bollywood actor Tahir Raj Bhasin, who is all set to play Sunil Gavaskar in the upcoming film "83", has wished the legendary batsman, who turned 71 on Friday. He thanked the iconic player for inspiring generations of sports men and woman. Tahir said: "I would like to wish him a very Happy Birthday, good health, great energy and a lifetime of happiness.
Sachin called Gavaskar his ‘idol’ and wished the good for his future. Recalling his first meeting with the now 71-year-old, Sachin revealed how thrilled he was when he first met the 1983-World Cup winner. The Master Blaster revealed that he looked up to Gavaskar while growing up and wanted to emulate his heroics on the cricket field.
Another loss in a major final earlier this year raised questions against Harmanpreet's leadership with former India captain Shantha Rangaswamy saying she was more valuable as a player than skipper.