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Former Australia cricketer Ian Chappell selected the current top five Test bowlers, these three Indian bowlers got a place in the list

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Former Australia cricketer Ian Chappell selected the current top five Test bowlers, these three Indian bowlers got a place in the list

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New Delhi: Former cricketers Ian Chappell, Sanjay Manjrekar and Akash Chopra have selected the five best Test bowlers at present, with Chappell giving three Indian bowlers to his five best Test bowlers. is. Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins is at number one. Of the five bowlers that Chappell described as the best bowler of today’s era, three players are Indians in that list. These three players are R Ashwin, Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami. Apart from this, Chappell has also included Pat Cummins and Kagiso Rabada in his list of top five Test bowlers. ICC WTC Final 2021: This former Australian bowler claims, there will be a war between captaincy of different style in WTC final

Chappell said that he did not include veteran England fast bowler James Anderson in this list because he has not been playing cricket continuously. Former captain Ian Chappell has described India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin as better than Australia spinner Nathan Lyon.

Chappell said, “I think Ashwin is better than Lyon. Look at Lyon’s strike rate. You are talking about the 70s and I am talking about the year 2018.”

Since 2018, Lyon has taken 113 wickets in 27 Test matches at an average of 72.5. He has taken five-five wickets six times. During this, Lyon has a strike rate of 85.8 against India, which is his worst compared to any other team.

Chappell told Cricinfo, “I think when Lyon bowls to a right-handed batsman, runs come from onside. Yes, Lyon is a good bowler but Ashwin is better than him.”

Lyon has played 100 Test matches for Australia and has taken 399 wickets while Ashwin has 409 wickets in 78 Test matches. Lyon took nine wickets in the last four-match Test series against India.

Ashwin has not achieved much success on foreign soil. He has taken 70 percent of the wickets on Indian soil. However, Ashwin has often been ruled out of overseas tours due to injuries.

Chappell said, “I think the Indian bowling attack is very strong. Apart from this, Ashwin also has a reputation.”

Ashwin was the highest wicket-taker in the recent home Test series against England. He took 33 wickets and was the player of the series. Apart from Cummins, Manjrekar has picked James Anderson, Josh Hazlewood, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami. Apart from Jasprit Bumrah and Ashwin, two Indian bowlers in the eyes of Aakash Chopra include Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood and Neil Wagner of New Zealand.

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UEFA Euro Cup 2021: Christian Ericsson faints during Euro match, hospitalized

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UEFA Euro Cup 2021: Christian Ericsson faints during Euro match, hospitalized

Christian Ericsson faints during Euro match (Photo Credits: Twitter/Molly isabella)

The match was postponed after this incident. European football’s apex body said Ericsson’s condition was stable. At the same time, the Danish Football Federation said that it is conscious. The federation tweeted, “Christian Eriksson is conscious and is being treated at Riggs Hospital.”

After falling on the ground, Ericsson had to put pressure on his chest (chest compression). After about ten minutes of treatment, he was taken on a stretcher. Ericsson fell to the ground at the end of the first half and was immediately surrounded by medical personnel.

His fellow players had made a circle around him during treatment. For the first time in the Corona era, 15000 spectators have been allowed to enter for this match.

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French Open 2021: Barbora Krejcikova inspired by Novotna wins first Grand Slam French Open

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French Open 2021: Barbora Krejcikova inspired by Novotna wins first Grand Slam French Open

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This is the fifth tournament of Krzykova’s career as a singles player. She is the third unseeded player to win the title at Roland Garros in the last five years. Krzykova turned a blind eye to the win and remembered her former coach, 1998 Wimbledon champion Yana Novotna, who died of cancer in 2017. He said, “His last words were to enjoy the game and try to win the Grand Slam. I know she must be watching me from somewhere. That’s why it was possible within two weeks.

She will now be trying to become the first female player to win a double title after the year 2000. At that time, Mary Pierce won both the women’s singles and doubles titles. Krejcikova and Katerya Siniakova have already won two Grand Slam doubles titles and now they have to play in the final. This was the first Grand Slam final of Anastasia’s career. In the second set, he had to undergo treatment for an injury to his left leg. This is the second WTA singles title of Krajnikova’s career. He won the title last month in Strasbourg, France. Also read: French Open 2021: Barbara Krejcikova becomes champion, wins Grand Slam for the first time

In the French Open women’s section, a new champion has become for the sixth time in a row. Second seed and four-time Grand Slam winner Naomi Osaka withdrew after a match citing mental health. He had a conflict with the officials about the necessity of interacting with the media.

Number one Ash Barty was ruled out of the second round with a left hip injury. Serena Williams lost in the fourth round and defending champion Inga Sviatec in the quarterfinals.

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Sunil Chhetri said- Whenever I am disappointed, I watch Lionel Messi’s video, it gives happiness

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Sunil Chhetri said- Whenever I am disappointed, I watch Lionel Messi's video, it gives happiness

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Doha, June 12: Watching Lionel Messi’s mesmerizing play on the football field brings joy to Sunil Chhetri even in times of despair but the charismatic India footballer on Saturday made it clear that comparisons with the Argentine legend were ‘stupid’. ‘ It’s like. Chhetri has overtaken Messi and has come in second place in terms of scoring the most international goals among the current active players. Chhetri said in an interview to AIFF (All India Football Federation) on completion of 16 years of his international career, “When I am sad, I watch Messi’s videos and it gives me joy. So when I meet him, I will tell him that I am his fan and will shake hands with him very well.

When asked what he would do if he met Messi, Chhetri said, “After he says ‘hi (greeting)’, I will say that I am Sunil Chhetri and I am a big fan of him. I will not disturb them. If I meet him, I will be happy, even if I am not, I will feel good.” Chhetri scored two goals against Bangladesh in the FIFA World Cup 2022 and Asian Cup 2023 joint qualifying match against Bangladesh on June 7. left behind India won this match by 2-0. Chhetri has 74 international goals to his name, while Messi has scored 72 goals in international matches.

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He said, “Like any other in the world, I am also a big fan of Messi. There is no comparison between the two of us. I am just happy that I got a chance to score for my country and I am feeling proud.” The Indian captain said, “I don’t want to make a fool of comparing myself with all those great players. There are thousands of players who are better than me and all of them are also Lionel Messi fans. That’s the difference.” Chhetri made his international debut on this day 16 years ago against Pakistan in Quetta. The head coach of the team at that time was Sukhwinder Singh.

Chhetri has since scored 74 goals for the country in 117 matches, with only Cristiano Ronaldo having more goals to his name among active players. Chhetri is three goals away from the equalizer of Pele, considered the greatest player of the game. He said, “It has been a wonderful and wonderful journey. Playing for the national team for so many years, representing the country so many times is like a dream.” When Chhetri came to the national team, stalwarts like Bhaichung Bhutia, Renedy Singh and Mahesh Gawli were present. He is now 36 years old and is the senior most player in the team. He said that he sometimes feels lonely among the ‘kids’ in the team.

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He said, “It seems as if it was only yesterday, when two kids Sandesh Jhingan and Gurpreet Singh came in the team. But now he is the main player of the team. Time flies by fast. There is no one of my time in the team.” Chhetri said that Bhutia has a lot of influence on him and he keeps taking advice from his former captain. He said, “Just two days ago, I was having a conversation with Bhaichung Da. I was telling him how I miss the old camp, now I don’t live with any of them.

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