Round-up 28th July

Sports Round-up :

Cricket:

  • Bilateral Series: With the help of Stokes’s ton, England posted a good 353 on a pitch that assist the bowlers a lot. It became quite evident in Africa’s first innings. Till this report, they are reeling at 90/7. Debutante Jones picked up 4 wickets.
  • Bilateral Series: Maybe this is how the top teams play. After splendid display of batting, Indians bowled out Lankans for 291. Deciding against the follow-on, India was comfortably placed at 189/3 at stumps on day 3 taking its overall lead to 498.
  • Injury : Veron Philander taken to hospital as stomach bug worsens.
  • Team : ICC’s women’s team of the World Cup here
  • ACA_CA fight : The pay dispute tussle between Cricket Australia and Australian Cricketers’ Association is no where close to getting resolved even as the Bangladesh tour approaches. A day after James Sutherland, the CA chief, blamed the players for slowing things down and called for arbitration, the players’ association and the cricketers hit back at the board.

Football :

  • International Champions Cup: Chelsea to take on Intern Milan tomorrow.
  • Club Friendlies: Ajax play a draw with Hull City 3-3 .
  • Transfer Rumor: Di Maria to replace Neymar. This has come after the Neymar’s alleged rumor of transfer to PSG for whopping 212 bn $ .
  • International Women’s Friendly :
    Friendly International Women
    Brazil W 1 – 1 Japan W (0 – 0)
    USA W 0 – 1 Australia W (0 – 0)
    Belarus W 2 – 0 Romania W (1 – 0)
    Hungary W 1 – 2 Serbia W (0 – 1)

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