Watch: Fans Fume On Twitter After Virat Kohli’s Controversial Dismissal In Perth


Virat Kohli stood tall and smashed the Australian bowlers to all parts of Perth, in the process reaching his 25th Test century on Sunday. The Indian skipper brought up his hundred in 214 balls on Day 3 of the 2nd Test, his seventh against Australia and sixth Down Under. Only Australian legend Don Bradman (68) had taken fewer innings to score 25 Test hundreds. However, Kohli’s brilliant knock was cut short by a contentious decision when he was caught at second slip. The Indian skipper edged a Pat Cummins delivery to Peter Handscomb at second slip with the on-field giving a soft signal of out.

Handscomb claimed the low catch  but Kohli stood his ground believing the ball had touched the ground.

Replays were inconclusive and failed to show whether or not Handscomb managed to get his fingers underneath or the ball half-volleyed in. With no conclusive evidence, third umpire Nigel Llong went with the on-field umpire’s soft signal of out.

Fans immediately took to Twitter and showed their displeasure at the decision with many bemoaning the lack of foolproof technology in the sport.

Meanwhile, the Indian skipper also joined Sachin Tendulkar as the only Indian batsmen to have scored six Test centuries in Australia.

His dismissal triggered a late collapse, despite some aggressive blows by Rishabh Pant, who made 36.

In reply to Australia’s 326, the visitors lost their last five wickets for just 35 runs to be bowled out for 284, giving the hosts a 43-run first innings lead.

Nathan Lyon was the best of the Australian bowlers, taking 5-67. Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood both grabbed two wickets each.





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INDvsAUS Live: भारतीय टीम 283 रन बनाकर ऑलआउट, ऑस्ट्रेलिया को 43 रन की बढ़त


पर्थ: भारत और ऑस्ट्रेलिया के बीच दूसरा टेस्ट दो दिन के बाद बराबरी पर खड़ा है. भारत ने ऑस्ट्रेलिया के 326 रन के जवाब में तीन विकेट पर 172 रन बना लिए हैं. ऐसे में पर्थ टेस्ट (Perth Test) का तीसरा दिन (रविवार, 16 दिसंबर) बेहद अहम हो गया है. इस दिन जो टीम बेहतर प्रदर्शन करेगी, उसके मैच जीतने की संभावना बढ़ जाएगी. दिन का खेल विराट कोहली और अजिंक्य रहाणे की बैटिंग के साथ शुरू होगा. विराट दूसरे दिन 82 और रहाणे 51 रन बनाकर क्रीज पर नाबाद थे. 

Perth Test Live, Live Scorecard…

एरॉन फिंच और मार्कस हैरिस बैटिंग के लिए उतरे 
ऑस्ट्रेलिया ने अपनी दूसरी पारी शुरू की. एरॉन फिंच स्ट्राइक पर हैं. वे इशांत शर्मा के पहले ओवर का सामना कर रहे हैं. 

INNING BREAK: ऑस्ट्रेलिया 10 मिनट के बाद अपनी दूसरी पारी शुरू करेगा. उसे पहली पारी में 43 रन की महत्वपूर्ण बढ़त हासिल है. 

भारतीय टीम 283 रन बनाकर ऑलआउट, ऑस्ट्रेलिया को 43 रन की बढ़त
जसप्रीत बुमराह के आउट होने के साथ ही भारतीय टीम ऑलआउट हो गई है. बुमराह को नाथन लॉयन की गेंद पर पहली स्लिप पर उस्मान ख्वाजा ने कैच किया. भारत 283/10 (ओवर 105.5)

ऋषभ पंत 36 रन बनाकर आउट
ऋषभ पंत तेजी से रन बनाने की कोशिश में लॉन्गऑन पर कैच दे बैठे. वे 50 गेंद पर 36 रन बनाकर आउट हुए. उन्हें नाथन लॉयन की गेंद पर मिचेल स्टार्क ने आउट किया. भारत 279/9 (ओवर 105.1)

ऋषभ पंत के काउंटर अटैक से उम्मीदें 
भारत ने 8 विकेट पर 272 रन बना लिए हैं. वह अब भी ऑस्ट्रेलिया के स्कोर से 54 रन पीछे है. भारत की सारी उम्मीदें ऋषभ पंत के काउंटर अटैक से है. 

पंत का लॉयन की गेंद पर छक्का
आठ विकेट गिरने के बाद ऋषभ पंत के पास ज्यादा मौके नहीं बचे हैं. इसलिए वे काउंटर अटैक करने की कोशिश कर रहे हैं. उन्होंने नाथन लॉयन के एक ही ओवर में एक चौका और एक छक्का लगाकर भारत को 270 रन के पार पहुंचा दिया है. भारत 271/8 (ओवर 105)

भारत को आठवां झटका, इशांत शर्मा 1 रन बनाकर आउट
भारत का लोअर आर्डर फिर निराश कर रहा है. मोहम्मद शमी के बाद इशांत शर्मा भी जल्दी ही आउट हो गए हैं. इशांत एक रन बनाकर आउट हुए. शमी तो खाता भी नहीं खोल सके. भारत 254/8 (ओवर 95.2)

 

लंच-ब्रेक: भारत ने तीसरे दिन पहले सेशन में 4 विकेट गंवाए
पर्थ टेस्ट के तीसरे दिन लंच ब्रेक तक का खेल हो चुका है. भारत ने इस दौरान 80 रन बनाए, लेकिन चार विकेट भी गंवा दिए. विराट कोहली ने अपना शतक पूरा किया और 123 रन बनाकर आउट हुए. इस तरह तीसरे दिन का पहला सेशन ऑस्ट्रेलिया के नाम कहा जाएगा. भारत 252/7 (ओवर 94)

मोहम्मद शमी को गोल्डन डक 
मोहम्मद शमी अपनी पहली ही गेंद, यानी गोल्डन डक पर आउट हो गए हैं. उन्हें नाथन लॉयन ने विकेटकीपर के हाथों कैच कराया. भारत 252/7 (ओवर 93.2)

विराट कोहली 123 रन बनाकर आउट
विराट कोहली 123 रन बनाकर आउट हो गए हैं. उन्हें पैट कमिंस की गेंद पर स्लिप पर खड़े पीटर हैंड्सकॉम्ब ने लपका. भारत 251/6 (ओवर 93)

भारत के 250 रन पूरे 
विराट कोहली ने नाथन लॉयन की गेंद पर बेहद खूबसूरत कवर ड्राइव किया और गेंद बाउंड्री लाइन के बाहर जाकर ही रुकी. इसके साथ ही भारत ने अपने 250 रन पूरे कर लिए हैं. 

भारत 100 रन पीछे 
हनुमा विहारी जब आउट हुए, तब भारतीय टीम आस्ट्रेलिया के स्कोर से ठीक 100 रन पीछे था. यानी, भारत को इस मैच में बराबरी पर आने के लिए अभी बहुत मेहनत करनी होगी. भारत 223/5 (ओवर 85.3)

इस गेंद पर बच पाना बहुत मुश्किल था 
जोश हेजलवुड ने बेहतरीन आउटस्विंगर पर हनुमा विहारी का विकेट लिया. विकेट गिरने के बाद मैच का सीधा प्रसारण कर रहे चैनल (सोनी सिक्स) से सुनील गावस्कर ने कहा कि शायद ही कोई बल्लेबाज होता, जो इस गेंद पर आउट होने से बच पाता. यह बेहद खूबसूरत गेंद थी. भारत 223/5 (ओवर 85.3)

हनुमा विहारी 20 रन बनाकर आउट 
हनुमा विहारी 20 रन बनाकर आउट हो गए हैं. उन्हें जोश हेजलवुड ने विकेटकीपर टिम पैन के हाथों कैच करवाया. भारत 223/5 (ओवर 85.3)

कोहली ने हेजलवुड की गेंद पर छक्का जमाया 
विराट कोहली ने जोश हेजलवुड की शॉर्ट पिच गेंद को थर्डमैन के ऊपर से छक्का मारा. यह उनका इस पारी में पहला छक्का भी है. भारत 220/4 (ओवर 84)

विराट कोहली का 25वां शतक
विराट कोहली ने मिचेल स्टार्क की गेंद को स्ट्रेट ड्राइव कर अपना शतक पूरा कर लिया है. यह उनका साल का पांचवां और टेस्ट करियर का 25वां शतक है. भारत 207/4 (ओवर 82.2)

हनुमा विहारी ने चौका जमाया 
हनुमा विहारी ने मिचेल स्टार्क की शॉर्ट पिच गेंद को प्वाइंट बाउंड्री के बाहर भेजा. स्टार्क ने इसके बाद लगातार दो बाउंसर फेंकी, जिसे हनुमा विहारी ने आसानी से डक कर विकेटकीपर  के पास जाने दिया. भारत 180/4 (ओवर 71) 

लॉयन ने रहाणे को आउट किया 
नाथन लॉयन ने अजिंक्य रहाणे (51 रन) को दिन के पहले ही ओवर में आउट कर दिया है. उन्होंने रहाणे को विकेटकीपर टिम पैन के हाथों कैच करवाया. रहाणे अपने कल के स्कोर में एक भी रन जोड़े बिना आउट हो गए. भारत 173/4 (ओवर 69.4) 

तीसरे दिन का खेल शुरू, नाथन लॉयन ने किया पहला ओवर 
ऑस्ट्रेलिया ने तीसरे दिन के खेल की शुरुआत स्पिन अटैक से की है. उसने अपने स्पिनर नाथन लॉयन को पहला ओवर फेंकने के लिए दिया. ओवर की दूसरी ही गेंद पर विराट कोहली ने एक रन लिया. भारत 173/3 (ओवर 69.2) 

 

India vs Australia Perth test

इसलिए रोमांचक होगा मैच 
इस मैच में भारतीय टीम का कॉम्बिनेशन थोड़ा अलग है. मिडिलऑर्डर में बैटिंग के लिए अब कम अनुभवी बल्लेबाज हनुमा विहारी और ऋषभ पंत हैं. लोअरऑर्डर बेहद कमजोर है. टीम में कोई स्पिनर नहीं है. भारत को मैच की चौथी पारी में बैटिंग करनी है. यानी, अगर भारत को जीतना है, तो उसे या तो बड़ी पारी में लीड लेना होगा. अगर ऐसा नहीं होता है तो उसे ऑस्ट्रेलिया को दूसरी पारी में कम स्कोर में आउट करना होगा. यानी, मैच में संघर्ष बना रहेगा. 

दो दिन का खेल एक नजर में 
ऑस्ट्रेलिया ने पहले दिन 6 विकेट पर 277 रन बनाए. दूसरे दिन उसकी पारी 326 रन पर सिमटी. इसके बाद भारत ने दिन का खेल खत्म होने तक 3 विकेट पर 172 रन बना लिए. अब भारत की टीम पहली पारी में ऑस्ट्रेलिया के स्कोर से 154 रन पीछे है और उसके 7 विकेट बाकी हैं. यानी, मैच में दोनों टीमों के पास अपनी पकड़ मजबूत करने का मौका है. यानी, मैच रोमांच की हदें पार करने के लिए तैयार है. 

पिच पर छोटी-छोटी दरारें 
माइकल वॉन ने तीसरे दिन के खेल से पहले पिच रिपोर्ट में बताया कि पिच पर छोटी-छोटी दरारें हैं. ऑफ स्पिनर नाथन लॉयन इसका फायदा उठाने की कोशिश करेंगे. लेकिन, विराट कोहली और अजिंक्य रहाणे ने दूसरे दिन जिस अंदाज में बैटिंग की. अगर वे दोनों अपनी वही फॉर्म बरकरार रखें तो मैच में गेंद और बैट के बीच जोरदार संघर्ष देखने को मिल सकता है.





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INDvsAUS VIDEO: Virat Kohli out of haste of umpire, after hitting 25th century


नई दिल्ली: भारतीय कप्तान विराट कोहली ऑस्ट्रेलिया के खिलाफ (India vs Australia) रविवार (16 दिसंबर) को बेहतरीन पारी खेल रहे थे. वे शतक बना चुके थे और अब टीम इंडिया को दूसरे टेस्ट (Perth test) में मजबूती की ओर ले जा रहे थे, लेकिन तभी वे अंपायर की जल्दबाजी का शिकार हो गए. विराट कोहली जब 123 के स्कोर पर थे, तब पैट कमिंस की गेंद उनके बल्ले का किनारा लेकर दूसरी स्लिप पर पहुंची. पीटर हैंड्सकॉम्ब ने इसे पकड़ने के बाद कैच का दावा किया, जिसे अंपायर ने सही मानकर उंगली ऊपर उठा दी. अंपायर की यही जल्दबाजी कोहली पर भारी पड़ी और उन्हें पैवेलियन लौटना पड़ा. 

तो क्या विराट कोहली आउट नहीं थे 
भारतीय कप्तान विराट कोहली आउट होकर पैवेलियन लौट चुके हैं. इसलिए इस सवाल का अब ज्यादा मतलब नहीं रह गया  है. लेकिन यह सच है कि अगर अंपायर ने जल्दबाजी में उंगली उठाने की बजाय तीसरे अंपायर से मदद ली होती तो कोहली नॉटआउट करार दिए जाते. टीवी रिप्ले में साफ दिखा कि गेंद पीटर हैंड्सकॉम्ब के हाथों में समाने के पहले जमीन को छू चुकी थी. 

यह भी पढ़ें: विराट कोहली का एक और रिकॉर्ड, लगातार दो कैलेंडर ईयर में 2600 रन बनाने पहले खिलाड़ी बने

 

तीसरे अंपायर ने कोहली को नॉटआउट क्यों नहीं दिया 
क्रिकेट के सभी नियम स्पष्ट हैं. बल्लेबाज के आउट होने के तरीके से लेकर अंपायरों की भूमिका तक सभी स्पष्ट हैं. ऐसे ही एक नियम में कहा गया है कि विवादित कैच होने की स्थिति में तीसरे अंपायर से मदद लेने से पहले मैदानी अंपायर को अपना निर्णय देना होगा. यानी, वह निर्णय रेफर करने से पहले यह बताएगा कि खिलाड़ी आउट है या नहीं. तीसरा अंपायर उस निर्णय को तभी पलटेगा, जब उसके पास ऐसा करने के लिए 100% सबूत हो. विराट कोहली के मामले में मैदानी अंपायर ने उन्हें आउट दे दिया था. विवादित स्थिति होने के कारण ही तीसरे अंपायर ने फैसला नहीं बदला. 

 

तो तीसरा अंपायर भी कोहली को नॉटआउट देता 
पूर्व भारतीय कप्तान सुनील गावस्कर और ऑस्ट्रेलिया के पूर्व कप्तान माइकल क्लार्क इस बात पर सहमत थे कि अगर मैदानी अंपायर ने कोहली को आउट नहीं दिया होता, तो तीसरा अंपायर भी उन्हें नॉटआउट ही करार देता. सुनील गावस्कर ने तो यह भी कहा कि तीसरे अंपायर के पास इस बात के पूरे सबूत थे कि गेंद हैंड्सकॉम्ब की हाथों में जाने से पहले जमीन को छू चुकी थी, पर शायद तीसरे अंपायर को नहीं लगा कि उनके पास निर्णय पलटने के लिए पर्याप्त सबूत थे. इस तरह विराट कोहली का होना एक तरह से ‘अनलकी’ कहा जाएगा. 





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PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara Final, BWF World Tour Finals 2018 Live Score: PV Sindhu Looks To End Season On A High


PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara Final, BWF World Tour Finals 2018 Live Score: PV Sindhu Looks To End Season On A High


BWF World Tour Finals Live Score: PV Sindhu will face a familiar foe in Nozomi Okuhara. © AFP


Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu will aim for a gold medal when she faces Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara in Sunday’s decider at the World Tour Finals. In the men’s final of the season-ending USD 1.5 million tournament in the Chinese city of Guangzhou, home player and number two in the world Shi Yuqi plays top-ranked Kento Momota of Japan in a mouthwatering showdown. The sixth-ranked Indian Sindhu has been in imperious form all week and made it a fourth victory with a bruising defeat of Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon on Saturday. The 23-year-old player, renowned for her never-say-die attitude, needed all her resolve to finally see off Ratchanok 21-16, 25-23 in a captivating semi-final.

Live Final Badminton Match between PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara, BWF World Tour 2018 Finals at Guangzhou, China.

Sindhu has suffered a series of finals disappointments in recent years, as well as silver at Rio 2016, she also took silver at the Asian Games and Commonwealth Games this year. Likewise, she has lost in the final of the World Championships twice and was runner-up in last year’s season finale.

“I hope that ending the season, I can win gold, definitely it would mean a lot. I would not call it pressure. I will just play freely, like how I have played these last four matches. And, if I win it, it will be very important for me,” Sindhu said.






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India vs Australia: Virat Kohli Hits 25th Test Century, Fifth Of The Year, Sixth In Australia


India vs Australia: Virat Kohli Hits 25th Test Century, Fifth Of The Year, Sixth In Australia


Virat Kohli reached his 25th Test hundred in 214 deliveries. © AFP


Virat Kohli braved all odds to score a brilliant century on day three of the second Test in Perth on Sunday. The Indian skipper brought up his 25th Test century in 214 balls, his seventh against Australia and sixth Down Under. Kohli led India’s fightback from 8/2 to 172/2 with a dogged 82 off 181 balls at stumps on day two. The world’s top-ranked Test batsman needed just 18 runs to score his fifth Test ton of the year.

Up 1-0 in the four-match Test series, India made a terrible start to their first innings after cleaning up the Australian tail in the morning session, before Kohli came to the rescue. 

However, Kohli looked comfortable from the moment he strode to the crease, a crisp on-drive from the second ball he faced from Hazlewood racing to the boundary.

 






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FIH President Narinder Batra Slams India Coach Harendra Singh For Criticising Referees


Indian hockey has already seen the sacking of two coaches this year with the experienced Roelant Oltmans and Sjoerd Marijne being shown the doors without being given too many chances to implement their ideas. 

“I have to follow certain protocols as FIH president. I have some views, very strong ones, on this kind of behaviour,” Batra told reporters ahead of the World Cup semi-finals in Bhubaneswar on Saturday.

“A sport has to be played and respected. After December 17, I will be in New Delhi and I intend to speak on the matter as National Olympic Committee (NOC) president,” he added.

India’s heartbreaking loss to the Dutch stretched their 43-year wait to reach a World Cup semi-final.

“I want to say that we can fight 11 versus 11 in a match but not 13 versus 11. The umpires cannot rob the world Cup from this team,” he had fumed.

FIH CEO Thierry Weil had also criticised Harendra’s comments earlier. 

“It (questioning umpires) is not acceptable. We will not review anything, what we will review is complaints made against the umpires. That is not acceptable for FIH,” he said.

“A level of respect has to be there. If you lose, you have to accept it and look forward,” he added.

With both Batra and Weil on the same page, it looks highly likely that Harendra’s contract, that was till the World Cup, will not be renewed. 

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PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara Final, BWF World Tour Finals: When And Where To Watch Live Telecast, Live Streaming


When is the PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara, BWF World Tour Finals match?

The PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara, BWF World Tour Finals match will be played on December 16, 2018.

Where will the PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara, BWF World Tour Finals match be played?

The PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara, BWF World Tour Finals match will be played at the Tianhe Gymnasium in Guangzhou, China.

What time does the PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara, BWF World Tour Finals match begin?

The PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara, BWF World Tour Finals match will begin at 10:30am IST.

Which TV channels will broadcast the PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara, BWF World Tour Finals match?

The PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara, BWF World Tour Finals match will be telecast on Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD.

How do I watch the live streaming of the PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara, BWF World Tour Finals match?

The live streaming of the PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara, BWF World Tour Finals will be available on Hotstar. For live updates, you can follow sports.ndtv.com.

(All telecast and streaming timings are as per information received from the host broadcasters)



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