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Shahid Afridi Praised Virat Kohli

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Shahid Afridi Praised Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten 72 in Mohali as India chased down a 150-run target with an over left in the second T20 International match against South Africa in Mohali on Wednesday. Former Pakistan Captain Shahid Afridi praised Virat Kohli on Twitter for his unbelievable feat.

While India tops the table with 1-0 lead in the three-match T20I series as the first match was washed out due to heavy rain in Dharamsala. Virat Kohli achieved many milestones during India’s victory as he became the top scorer in T20I cricket with 2,441 runs and reached record highest 22 half-centuries in the T20 format.

Virat Kohli also achieved an average of above 50 in all three formats again.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) congratulated Virat Kohli on his achievement, saying: “Tests: 53.14 ODIs: 60.31 T20Is: 50.85 Virat Kohli once again averages over 50 in all three international formats.”


 

Former Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi praised Virat Kohli, and called him a “great player”


 

 

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Malinga 4 Wickets In 4 Balls Vs New Zealand Is Deadly

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Malinga 4 Wickets In 4 Balls Vs New Zealand

Lasith Malinga, the Sri Lankan fast bowler, took four wickets in four balls to dismantle New Zealand in the third and final Twenty20 International in Pallekele on Friday. In the third over of the match, Malinga removed Colin Munro, Hamish Rutherford, Colin de Grandhomme and Ross Taylor off consecutive balls. After his deadly attack, New Zealand crore was  15/4 in 3 overs. 36-year-old Malinga was the first bowler in T20Is to claim 100 wickets.

After Malinga’s deadly blow New Zealanders dismissed for 88 while chasing 126, in 16 overs.

Malinga’s career-best figures of 5/6 in his four overs gave Sri Lanka a decent win by 37 runs. New Zealand won the series 2-1.

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PV Sindhu Creates History First Indian To Win Gold

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PV Sindhu Creates History

PV Sindhu creates history by winning World Badminton Championship in Basel, Switzerland. Sindhu has won the gold medal to become the first Indian shuttler to achieve this milestone.

PV Sindhu defeated Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara in the final match by showing complete domination on the court. Sindhu created history by this iconic victory, Sindhu was defeated in the past by Okuhara in the 2017 World Badminton Championship finals.

In the nail-biting match, Sindhu played superbly and displayed super fitness levels and flash moves across the court and played cut shots. She completely dominated the court by pulling marvelous shots.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated PV Sindhu in his Twitter.


President Ram Nath Kovind and several other celebrities lauded PV Sindhu for her achievement. 

 

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