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Leg-spinner Adam Zampa too chipped in with a couple of wickets in the innings.He first deceived MS Dhoni who was stumped out by Tim Paine and then cleaned up Kedar Jadhav Jadhav failed to read a googly from Zampa that came into the right-hander to dismantle the woodwork behind him Here’s what experts have to say about Australia’s win Drooping shoulders is a thing of the past in Indian cricket Thanks to Virat Kohli#IndvAus — Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) 10 October 2017 Bhuvi is simply brilliant All heart and one of the most underrated bowlers in the world Always a captains delight#IndvAus — Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) 10 October 2017 Well played Australia Congrats on the 8 wicket victory #INDvAUS 2nd T20I the Series stands at 1-1 Hard luck #TeamIndia — Rajeev Shukla (@ShuklaRajiv) 10 October 2017 Congratulations Australia on a comprehensive victory Outplayed India in all departments Well done Behrendroff and @Mozzie21 #INDvAUS — VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) 10 October 2017 Congrats @ProfDeano ?#IndvAus pictwittercom/zlaf8lSeq3 — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) 10 October 2017 Top decision to move Henriques to no 3 Warner has done it before at Sunrisers — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) 10 October 2017 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: August 9 2017 2:29 pm Conseslus Kipruto won the gold medal in Rio Olympics (Source: Reuters) Top News Kenya’s Conseslus Kipruto continued his country’s dominance of the 3000 metres steeplechase with a courageous and confident victory at the World Championships on Tuesday just weeks after recovering from an ankle injury A silver medallist in Beijing two years ago and Olympic champion in Rio last year Kipruto kicked on to take the lead with less than 300 metres left and was celebrating well before crossing the finish line in a time of 8 minutes 1412 seconds The east African nation has now won 12 out of the 15 editions of the race in World Championships history “I’m happy to be world champion Last year I became Olympic champion and this year to be world champion was my hope” Kipruto told reporters “I used my plans well and last night for morale I told myself: ‘I am Olympic champion and that others must break me’ There are others who are strong but I used my own plans I knew if the race was around 8:10 that I was going to win” There was no clean sweep as there was in Beijing however as Soufiane El Bakkali of Morocco stayed with the leading group throughout to clinch silver – his first major medal The 21-year-old at his first World Championships was in tears after the race “That was a bit of a surprise I thought I would maybe get a medal next time so this is great” he said Kipruto 22 years old also won silver in his first World Championships in 2013 However this time he made sure it was third time lucky and came down the final straight pointing to the crowd and stretching out his arms in celebration It was a surprising sight given Kipruto suffered an ankle injury at the national trials in June and only resumed full training last month A Kenyan win did not look certain for much of the race Evan Jager came to London as favourite following his Olympic silver medal last year and Kipruto’s injury The American led the field round and looked to be on course for victory until he was overtaken by the Kenyan Jager held on to take bronze in 8:1553 and become the first American to win a world championship medal in the steeplechase “I thought I was running really smoothly for gold I ran it the way I thought would give me the best opportunity at winning by taking it out” Jager said “I’m really happy to be on the podium for sure but I’m also disappointed because I had pretty high hopes of coming in here and winning gold especially with the injury Conseslus picked up I thought it gave me a great chance to win gold” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Updated: June 20 2017 3:14 pm Nick kyrgios’ withdrawal may have just been a precaution with Wimbledon so close but it was another blow to the 22-year-old (Source: AP) Top News Nick Kyrgios suffered an injury setback just two weeks before the start of Wimbledon as he was forced to retire during his first round match at the Queen’s Club Championships in London on Monday The talented Australian maverick slipped awkwardly on the grass at the back of the court during a rally at 4-4 in the first set against American Donald Young succumbing again to a recent problematic hip injury After putting his head in his hands and lying on court for a few minutes after the slip Kyrgios needed a medical time-out When he resumed obviously in some discomfort he went on to squander two break points before losing the first set 7-3 in a tie-break and then deciding to retire from the contest His withdrawal may have just been a precaution with Wimbledon so close but it was another blow to the 22-year-old whose hip and shoulder problems forced him to pull out of the Italian Open and blighted his French Open preparations “It just was a sharp pain when I fell” the Australian told reporters “I started feeling it when I was walking when I was landing on my serve It’s exactly what I was feeling in Paris It’s tough to play through “It’s not great at the moment But we’ll see” Despite the setback he expects to play at Wimbledon which begins on July 3 “I’d play Wimbledon if I was injured pretty bad anyway” he said “I’m here anyway I don’t really have time to go home or anything Yeah I will be playing for sure” Earlier Jo-Wilfried Tsonga had returned emphatically to winning ways at Queen’s putting his shock first round exit at his home French Open firmly behind him Tsonga outplayed his compatriot Adrian Mannarino 6-2 6-2 in the opening match of the traditional Wimbledon warm-up event in his first match since suffering a four-set defeat by little-known Argentine Renzo Olivo at Roland Garros The loss to the world number 91 Olivo had been particularly disappointing for Tsonga in light of his three-title season during which he also reckoned that becoming a new father had helped provide him with fresh inspiration on court Yet even while never needing to find top gear in the sunshine the two-time Wimbledon semi-finalist demonstrated why he could still be a threat on the grass at 32 as he dismissed the challenge of the man who had beaten him in Monaco in April DIMITROV THROUGH Mannarino ranked 62 in the world had started brightly swapping breaks with Tsonga but once the world number 10 found rhythm in his groundstrokes and his opponent needed a time-out in the first set for treatment to his back it proved a straightforward win The key game was the marathon eight-deuce sixth in the opening set which finally saw left-hander Mannarino surrender his delivery for a second time after Tsonga had eked out six break points A run of seven straight games saw the fifth seed take complete control before he became the first winner in the week-long championships wrapping up victory in 67 minutes “It was a good match I played pretty well I had to play my best tennis to get over him” Tsonga said “I sweated a lot” If he can find his best form Tsonga who lost to Andy Murray in the 2011 Queen’s final could be one of the major threats to world number one Murray who is seeking a sixth championship triumph So will Bulgaria’s sixth seed Grigor Dimitrov on the evidence of his superb 6-3 6-1 hammering of French Open men’s doubles champion Ryan Harrison in just 54 one-sided minutes Dimitrov who has shown signs of rediscovering his 2014 best when he won Queen’s was in imperious form reducing Harrison to such frustration that the American landed a warning for unsportsmanlike conduct after smashing his racket against his foot in the second set Murray opens the defence of his title on Tuesday against fellow Briton Aljaz Bedene For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Aflatoxins are present in a wide range of foodstuffs, “Detecting aflatoxins quickly and at each stage of the global supply system is of crucial concern.
I have information on six of them, says Graywho is in Chandigarh for the event He also found about Sikhs serving in the Canadian Army during World War Isomething that has never been recorded with conviction The focus was always on the Komagata Maru incident of 1914 where a Japanese ship carrying Sikhs was denied immigration It was about those who never made it into Canada My work focuses on the before and after of it? says Gray, before the Liverpool midfielder snatched the last-gasp winner. insists the couple are her “idols” and she wants no part of any gossip, the MHA reply was silent on state government’s allegation that Ansari, "Juventus have always held great importance for the Italian championship, And Wawrinka blossomed, the U.
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