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T20 World Cup: 'They've been outstanding', Williamson praises his bowlers ahead of semis vs Pakistan
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"I mean, they're experienced players for us. They've played for us a long time, whether that's taking wickets or, in particular, adjusting to conditions which certainly we need them to come to tournaments, world events, that's a big part of playing," Williamson said in the pre-match press conference.
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Match against Zimbabwe huge opportunity for India to overcome opening blues: Mithali Raj
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India, on six points, were looking forward to their game against Zimbabwe later on Sunday to qualify for the last-four when the Dutch created the biggest upset of the tournament, defeating the Proteas and eliminating them from the T20 World Cup, thus paving the way for Sharma's side to automatically enter the semifinal.
Virat-Kohli
Form is temporary but class is permanent, Jayawardene praises Kohli after his historic milestone
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Virat Kohli reached the milestone when he crossed 16 runs in the seventh over of India's innings, going Jayawardene's record tally of 1016 runs. After his match-winning knock (64 not out off 44) versus Bangladesh, the Indian batter now has 1065 runs with an average of 88.75 and a strike rate of more than 132.46 in T20 World Cups.
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T20 World Cup: Knew experience, game awareness of playing in Australia will come handy, says Virat Kohli
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"As soon as I knew the WC (World Cup) was in Australia, I was grinning from ear to ear. I knew good cricketing shots would be the key. I knew the kind of experience and game awareness of having played in Australia will come in handy for the team," said Kohli in the post-match presentation ceremony.
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ICC Rankings: Virat Kohli storms into top-10 T20I batter's list, Devon Conway closes in on Mohammad Rizwan at top
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Former India captain Virat Kohli stemmed the wicket flow with a 113-run stand with Hardik Pandya before helping take 48 off the last three overs to seal the game. Hardik, who contributed by scoring 40 with the bat and took three wickets, maintained his spot at No. 3 in the all rounders' list.
Virat-Kohli
T20 World Cup: Kohli's ability to find boundaries at will in second half of the innings impresses Kumble
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In his first 24 balls, Kohli made just 15 runs, with no boundaries against his name. But in his last 29 balls, Kohli opened up by soaking the pressure and then exploded by smacking a jaw-dropping 67 runs to re-iterate his status of being one of the finest chasers in white-ball cricket.
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T20 World Cup: 'If eagle does not fly for two days, sky does not belong to pigeons' - Kohli's masterclass hailed on social media
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Kohli, along with all-rounder Hardik Pandya added 113 runs for the fifth wicket after a difficult start for the side with the team being 31/4 after six overs. After the right-left fast-bowling duo of Hardik Pandya and Arshdeep Singh picked three wickets each to restrict Pakistan to 159/8 in their 20 overs, Kohli along with Hardik Pandya (40) shared a match-winning fifth wicket stand of 113 off 77 deliveries.
Simona-Halep
Tennis star Simona Halep suspended for doping with a prohibited substance
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"Today begins the hardest match of my life: a fight for the truth. I have been notified that I have tested positive for a substance called Roxadustat in an extremely low quantity, which came as the biggest shock of my life," Simona Halep informed in a statement on her social media handles.
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Men's T20 World Cup: Eleven-year-old Drushil impresses Rohit, bowls to him in nets
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Drushil - one of the many kids, who were present at the WACA ground for their morning session, impressed everyone with his smooth bowling action after the Indian team arrived for its afternoon practice session. After getting impressed and realising his potential, India skipper Rohit invited Drushil to bowl at him in the nets.
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Important to execute plans for the team to register more wins, says Neha Goyal
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"The Women's Nations Cup 2022 will see us play some good teams and it will provide us with game time, for which there is no substitute. We have been doing well against big teams consistently in recent years and in Spain, we will aim to do more of the same," said Neha on Friday.
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