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ICC WTC Final 2021: The game of the first day of the WTC final was washed out due to rain, now the match will be played on the sixth day

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ICC WTC Final 2021: The game of the first day of the WTC final was washed out due to rain, now the match will be played on the sixth day

Rose Bowl Stadium (Photo Credits: ICC)

Southampton, 18 June: The game of the much-awaited World Test Championship (WTC) final between India and New Zealand on the first day of the World Test Championship (WTC) final was washed out here on Friday due to which the match will now be played till the sixth day, if required, on a safe day. According to the rules set by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the WTC final, play can now take place on the sixth day if needed as six hours of play was wasted on the first day itself. The forecast of rain and storm was already there and it started raining heavily since last evening which continued till this afternoon. Due to the accumulation of water all around, the ground had become very wet, which was not possible for the first day’s play despite having a good drying system.

Umpires Michael Gough and Richard Illingworth, after inspecting the ground several times, declared the end of the day’s play at 7.30 pm IST (3 pm local time). This has raised questions over the selection of Southampton as the venue for the final but the ICC and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) are believed to have consulted the Cricket Board of India (BCCI) before finalizing the venue. was taken into confidence. This stadium has arrangements like Panchtara Hotel and it is easy to create a bio-secure environment here.

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It doesn’t take time to change the weather in England and in such a situation, if the match was held at any other venue, there was no guarantee that it would not rain there. England has hosted 32 men’s Test matches in the last five years and only four of these matches ended in a draw, making it clear that the final is likely to be an exciting one despite the rain on the first day. Now the game will start on Saturday at 3 pm Indian time (10:30 am local time).

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IND vs SL 3rd T20: Sri Lanka beat India by 7 wickets, take series 2-1

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IND vs SL 3rd T20: Sri Lanka beat India by 7 wickets, take series 2-1

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Colombo: The Sri Lankan cricket team hosted the R Premaadasa Stadium here on Thursday.R Premadasa StadiumIn the third and last T20 match of the series, defeated the Indian team by 7 wickets. With this the host team won the series 2-1. India had earlier defeated the hosts 2-1 in the three-match ODI series. Now the hosts have equalized that loss. India took a 1-0 lead after winning the first match by 38 runs but the hosts leveled the series by winning the second match by four wickets. IND vs SL 3rd T20: Indian batsmen bowed before Sri Lankan bowlers, set a target of 82 runs for Sri Lanka to win

After restricting India to 81 runs, the hosts got the runs they needed to win in 14.3 overs for the loss of three wickets. Avishka Fernando made 12, Minod Bhanuka scored 18, Dhananjay de Silva scored 23 not out and Wanindu Hasaranga scored 14 not out. Rahul Chahar took three wickets for India.

Earlier, Sri Lanka restricted the Indian team to 81 runs on the back of the superb bowling of Wanindu (4/9). India won the toss in this match and decided to bat first but none of their batsmen could show their best and the team could score only 81 runs for eight wickets in 20 overs.

Kuldeep Yadav scored the highest 23 runs in 28 balls for Team India. Apart from Hasaranga, captain Dasun Shanaka took two wickets for Sri Lanka while Ramesh Mendis and Dushmanta Chamira got one wicket each.

Batting first, India got off to a poor start as captain Shikhar Dhawan (0), Devdutt Padikal (9), Sanju Samson (0), Ruturaj Gaikwad (14) and Nitish Rana (6) were all for 36 runs. Just lost.

After this Bhuvneshwar Kumar also returned to the pavilion after scoring 16 runs in 32 balls. Then Shanaka dismissed Rahul Chahar, who scored five runs off five balls with the help of a four. Soon after Rahul’s dismissal, Varun Chakravarthy (0) was dismissed as the eighth batsman while Chetan Sakariya remained unbeaten on five off nine balls.

The Indian team scored 81 runs as well as made the third lowest score in its history in T20 India had scored 74 runs in T20 match against Australia in Melbourne in 2008, which is its lowest score in T20 so far.

Earlier, Team India was all out for 79 runs in Nagpur in 2016 against New Zealand, which is the second lowest score in its history. Apart from this, he was all out for 92 runs in the T20 match played against South Africa in Cuttack in 2015.

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Tokyo Olympics 2020 Schedule: Which Indian player will play the Olympics tomorrow, will take part in which game, see the full schedule here

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Australian athlete Jessica Fox won the medal with the help of condoms in Tokyo Olympics (Watch Video)

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Australian athlete Jessica Fox won the medal with the help of condoms in Tokyo Olympics (Watch Video)

Australian athlete won medal with the help of condom (Photo Credits: Youtube)

Tokyo Olympics 2020 Viral Video: About a week has passed since the start of the Tokyo Olympics, known as the ‘Game of the Games’. During this, many interesting videos and pictures related to the Olympics are being well-liked on social media. In which many moments like talent, emotion, anger and confusion of the players have been seen. In the midst of all this, such an incident also came to the fore which is surprising people a lot. Satish Kumar in quarterfinals of Olympics, ‘unlucky’ Mary Kom out

The latest viral video that surfaced from the Olympics is related to Australian athlete Jessica Fox, who beat her opponents to win the bronze medal in canoeing competition. But hardly anyone would know that the 27-year-old athlete used a condom to fix a kayak used in canoe slalom before winning.

In fact, there was a time before the final match when Fox and his team needed something that could prepare their kayaks for immediate competition. Fox himself told that the damage to his kayak was repaired with the help of condoms. He also posted a video on Tiktok and Instagram. This video showed how the repair of a kayak with a condom was completed.

In the video, a man can be seen applying condoms from above after applying black putty to the damaged part of the kayak. This clip is now becoming increasingly viral and netizens are praising this jugaad fiercely.

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