Mohammed Siraj is ‘in your face’ kind of bowler: Indian captain Virat Kohli
India captain Virat Kohli during a press conference said that pacer Mohammed Siraj always had the skill and the Australia Test series provided him with confidence that “he can get anyone out at any stage in the game”. “His belief in the game has been elevated to another level…he’s going to be this kind of bowler, who’s in your face,” Kohli said.
The two-match Test series between Pakistan and West Indies ended 1-1 after Pakistan won second Test by 109 runs
Pakistan, West Indies and India have now won a Test each in World Test Championship 2021-23. India is on top of the table with 58.33% of points won and is followed by Pakistan and West Indies, who’ve 50% of points won. India’s 3rd match of the cycle begins on 25th August against England in Leeds.
Wasn’t able to find my javelin before Olympic final, it was with Pakistan’s Arshad: Neeraj Chopra
Olympic gold medallist Neeraj Chopra has revealed he was not able to find his javelin before the final at Tokyo Olympics. “I was searching for it…Suddenly, I saw Pakistan’s Arshad Nadeem was moving around with it. I told him, ‘Bhai…give it to me, it is mine! I’ve to throw with it’. Then he gave it back to me,” Neeraj added.
Real Madrid bid 160 million euros for PSG’s Kylian Mbappe as per reports
Real Madrid admitted that the negotiations will be difficult, but they still hope to convince PSG to agree on a deal before the transfer window ends on Aug. 31. Mbappe contract at PSG expires next summer, and the 22-year-old has made it clear that, despite repeated approaches from the club, he does not intend to renew.
India begins its Paralympics 2021 campaign in Tokyo with a low
Table tennis players Bhavaniben and Sonalben lose their opening match. Competing in the women’s Class 3 category, Sonalben Patel was ahead after the first three games but lost momentum to lose 11-9, 3-11, 17-15, 7-11 4-11 against Li Quan of China. Bhavinaben Patel, who was up against world number one Chinese paddler Zhou Ying, lost, went down tamely 3-11 9-11 2-11, in the women’s singles Class 4 group A fixture.