Jan 23 2017
Kolkata: India will be high on confidence heading into the third and final ODI against England at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Billings, replacing injured Alex Hales, took 10 deliveries before getting his name on the scoresheet with two brilliant fours either side of the wicket in three balls.
India took an unassailable 2-0 series lead in the three-match ODI series on Thursday, defeating England by 15 runs despite a superb century from Morgan. For two deliveries on Sunday, it seemed the awful night had returned to haunt Eoin Morgan's team but this time, they managed to end on the winning side and thus recorded their first victory on the tour having already lost a five-match Test series 0-4 a year ago.
England's captain, Eoin Morgan, had won the toss and pressed India in to bat first on a batting-friendly surface.
A 100-run partnership between Jadhav and Pandya following the Dhoni dismissal was exactly what India needed, and it came at a good pace too with Pandya smashing four fours and a pair of sixes before his 43-ball knock of 56 was brought to an end by Stokes who ripped through his defences.
English opener Roy notched his third fifty in a row as he along with Sam Billings did well to negotiate the first hour on a moving Eden Gardens track to put up a solid foundation.
After sealing the series in Cuttack itself, Virat Kohli and his men are now eyeing a whitewash in the ODI series.
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It looked like we were in for another Virat Kohli chasing masterclass but Stokes got the vital wicket of the India skipper leaving the hosts 102 for 3 but the game wasn't over. The ball was moving around every time it was pitched on off or outside, so Roy chose to move around and try and take the ball to the vacant areas on the legside and that helped in knocking the Indian bowlers out of their stride.
The left-handed batsman hit 6 fours and 5 sixes during his 81-ball blitz. But soon, Yuvraj was dismissed by Plunkett, holing out to Billings with a mistime flick at deep midwicket.
In England, where pitches would not be conducive to batting as it was in these two games, the experience of Dhoni and Yuvraj could come in handy. Stokes and Woakes' late efforts helped to boost England's relatively meagre total to 321-8, with Ravindra Jadeja and Hardik Pandya the pick of India's bowlers.
It seemed certain to be a costly drop as Kohli moved on to 55 but Stokes found the edge as he flashed at a rising ball outside off stump and Jos Buttler took the catch.
The seamers did well to trouble the openers but failed to give any breakthrough as it was England's session, giving them a clear chance to reach 350-plus. Jadeja's delivery skipped on and bowled him.
Jan 23 2017
76ers fans celebrate each win with #RaiseTheCat movement on social media
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Jan 20 2017
Vegemite returns to Australia!
Vegemite was introduced in the 1920s, and the spread made from yeast extract is a staple in Australian households. The ABC report that Bega is using bank debt to pay for the $460million Vegemite return.
Jan 19 2017
Deutsche Bank finalizes $7.2 billion settlement
Separately, Deutsche Bank will slash bonuses for senior employees by about 90 percent, a move that will be announced on Wednesday, Spiegel reported.
Jan 18 2017
Gambian foreign minister resigns as Jammeh becomes more isolated
The Gambia relies on foreign judges, notably from Nigeria, to staff its courts due to a lack of its own trained professionals. Barrow thereby rendering his stay in office after Wednesday illegal.
Jan 18 2017
North country residents gear up for Washington Women's March
Fillion said she met numerous 50 women she will be traveling with last weekend when they had a logistical meeting. I'm planning to go the Women's March in Montreal, held at the same time as the larger demonstration in D.C.
Jan 18 2017
Auto emissions 'cheatware' scandal sparks war of words between Italy, Germany
The EPA said it was investigating whether the software can be classified as a form of "defeat device", which would be illegal. An EU official has told Reuters that the Commission had taken emissions measurements on one rented Fiat 500X model.
Jan 17 2017
Eight billionaires 'own same as half the world'
A new wage-gap analysis by worldwide aid group Oxfam underscores the stark gap between the super-rich and everyone else. For example, to spend just one billion dollars, you'd need to shell out nearly $55,000 every single day for 50 years.
Jan 17 2017
Oil prices edge up on China crude imports
In an attempt to assure compliance, OPEC set up an oversight committee to keep participating nations' production in check. Investors have doubted that OPEC and its allies can trim output enough to push up prices.
Jan 16 2017
Luis Suarez hits brace in thumping Barcelona win
In the 53rd minute, a fortuitous rebound fell to the feet of Messi, serving up the milestone goal on a silver platter. Atletico Madrid moved into the last eight on Tuesday 4-3 on aggregate despite losing 3-2 at home to Las Palmas .
Jan 15 2017
Harry Kane hits hat-trick as Tottenham power past West Brom
Tottenham goal machine Harry Kane celebrated the birth of his first child last week with his third top-flight hat-trick. After dominating West Brom , Pochettino believes his side are now in a "good position for big things".
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