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Rohit gone... gets out for 133  yourock

 

RG Sharma c Maxwell b Stoinis 133 (129b 10x4 6x6) SR: 103.10

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reality
3 minutes ago, Kool_SRG said:

75 from 30 balls required...

Inka assame...

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56 minutes ago, argadorn said:

Dhobi out with 53 strike rate ... every match you cannot stay until last over somehow any one will be out ... I don’t expect him to play 100 strike rate atkeast 70 plus strike rate in odi ... adhi cheyadu ... elaga konni matches odagottadu

i agree with you 53 strike rate is not acceptable in ODI's  first 6 runs nearly 36 balls thesukunnadu should have to rotate the strike with sharma on the other end tail end batsmen aithe ok kaani proper batsmen unappudu have to rotate the strike Image result for brahmi confused gif

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Bhuvi gone last ball...

IND 254-9

 

Australia won by 34 runs...  Lead Series 1-0.

 

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Just now, Kool_SRG said:

Australia won by 34 runs...  Lead Series 1-0.

First Team to Win 1000 International Matches across formats in Cricket yourock

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My MOM Jhye Richardson    10-2-26-4     yourock

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34 minutes ago, timmy said:

i agree with you 53 strike rate is not acceptable in ODI's  first 6 runs nearly 36 balls thesukunnadu should have to rotate the strike with sharma on the other end tail end batsmen aithe ok kaani proper batsmen unappudu have to rotate the strike Image result for brahmi confused gif

E series ilane aadithe kani he himself will not move aside, opportunities ravali if he cant hit then he shid retire, eng lo asale flat tracks, babu ila misbah-ul-haq laga aadithe kashtam

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Ambati Rayudu reported for suspect bowling action

Ambati Rayudu has been reported for a suspect bowling action during the first One-Day International between Australia and India in Sydney. The 33-year-old part-time offspinner will now be required to undergo testing within 14 days but is permitted to bowl in international cricket until the results of the tests are out.

Rayudu was seen bowling with a reworked action at the SCG, which seems to have been modelled on Muttiah Muralitharan in terms of approach to the crease and the delivery stride. He bowled two overs for 13 runs on Saturday having started well, conceding three runs in his first over, but was taken off when Usman Khawaja hit him for two boundaries in the next.

An illegal bowling action, according to ICC, is where a player is "throwing rather than bowling the ball." This happens when the elbow extends by more than 15 degrees between the arm reaching the horizontal and the ball being released. Match officials use the naked eye to take a call on suspect bowling action and submit a report.

Rayudu's bowling coming under the scanner is a huge blow for India, who have struggled to get a few overs in from their top six, unlike the good ol' days when Suresh Raina and Yuvraj Singh could be more than handy. Rayudu's bowling, if suspended, will mean none of their top-six can bowl, presenting further headaches for Virat Kohli, who has struggled with getting the team combination right after India's defeat to the Windies in the third ODI in Pune.

India even wandered away from the very successful two-legspinner gameplan since then, and haven't played both Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzuvendra Chahal together in favour of Ravindra Jadeja's overall package of batting and left-arm spin. Currently-suspended Hardik Pandya's all-round abilities aren't an option now and Kedar Jadhav's round-armish bowling action keeps him susceptible to injuries, complicating matters for India further.

 

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Just now, Kool_SRG said:

Ambati Rayudu has been reported for a suspect bowling action during the first One-Day International between Australia and India in Sydney. The 33-year-old part-time offspinner will now be required to undergo testing within 14 days but is permitted to bowl in international cricket until the results of the tests are out.

Expected this to happen...

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Shubman Gill and Vijay Shankar to replace Rahul and Pandya

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Shubman Gill and Vijay Shankar have been called up as replacements for KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya in India's limited-overs squads.

Shankar will join the team that is currently in Australia ahead of the second ODI, which will be played in Adelaide on January 15. Gill, meanwhile, will not feature in the ODI series in Australia but will join the team in New Zealand, where India are scheduled to play five ODIs and three T20Is, starting January 23.

ESPNcricinfo understands that Mayank Agarwal was on stand-by to fly out to Australia as the third opener, but a bruised finger that is yet to heal resulted in the selectors going with Gill. As a result of the niggle, Agarwal will also not be available for Karnataka in their Ranji Trophy quarter-final against Rajasthan from January 15.

India were forced to name replacements after the Committee of Administrators suspended Pandya and Rahul for their controversial comments on a TV show.

This is the first India call-up for the 19-year-old Gill, who is fresh off an outstanding Ranji Trophy campaign for Punjab, scoring 790 runs in ten innings at an average of 98.75, including two hundreds and five half-centuries. Prior to the Ranji campaign, Gill was also part of the India A squad that toured New Zealand.

 

Gill enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2018, when he was named Player of the tournament during India's Under-19 World Cup triumph in New Zealand. It was during the tournament that he was signed by Kolkata Knight Riders for INR 1.8 crores. Jostling for a lower middle order berth in a star-studded batting line-up, he struck an unbeaten match-winning 57 against Chennai Super Kings. It was then that Dinesh Karthik, the KKR captain, said: "That boy is special. I don't want to hype it up and put extra pressure on him. I can see a lot of years of India Blues in him."

This is Shankar's second time in the Indian dressing room after making his T20I debut in the Nidahas Trophy in March 2018. Shankar's inclusion as a like-for-like replacment for Pandya might have come easy for the selectors after the Tamil Nadu allrounder finished as the highest run-maker during the one-day leg of the India A tour of New Zealand in November.

Shankar played the role of the finisher successfully, cracking 188 runs at an average of 94 in the three matches.

CoA split over inquiry procedure

Meanwhile, both Pandya and Rahul have a week to respond to the showcause notice issued to them by the CoA on Friday. The two-member CoA comprising Vinod Rai and Diana Edulji is figuring out who should carry out the inquiry once the players submit their explanations. The two members aren't on the same page on this matter, which is complicated by the sexual-harrassment inquiry that the BCCI CEO Rahul Johri recently faced.

Rai is in favour of following the BCCI legal team's opinion, which dictates that the CEO reach out to the players and seek an "early" explanation from them so that the inquiry can be expedited. In an email sent to Edulji on Saturday, Rai said the BCCI should conclude the inquiry by the end of the second ODI, which is on January 15, because it could not "afford to debilitate" the India team's strength due to the "delinquent behaviour on part of some player."

On Thursday, the BCCI legal team had told the CoA that as per rules, once the CEO had submitted his report based on the players' explanation, the rightful and final authority to adjudicate the issue would be the Ombudsman. However, the BCCI has not appointed a new Ombudsman since the expiration of Justice AP Shah's one-year term in 2016. The legal team recommended an ad-hoc Ombudsman be appointed as a stop-gap measure. Rai suggested to Edulji that the amicus curiae - Gopal Subramanium - appoint the ad-hoc Ombudsman.

However, Edulji disagreed. "We should be in no hurry to conduct the inquiry as then it will look like a cover up job being done," she wrote in response to Rai. She also said Johri being involved in the inquiry would be "bad optics" owing to the "grave sexual allegations levied" on him recently, which were cleared by a three-member ad-hoc committee in controversial circumstances.

Instead of the ad-hoc Ombudsman, a role she pointed out the BCCI constitution does not "provide", Edulji said the probe should be carried out by the CoA in the company of the three BCCI office bearers, or the CoA and the board's acting secretary Amitabh Choudhury. Rai, who is overseas, has not yet responded.

 

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Idassamed
6 hours ago, Kool_SRG said:

Expected this to happen...

Vaadi actioniong sutthe adho theda kottindhi

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timmy
On 1/12/2019 at 4:09 PM, perugu_vada said:

E series ilane aadithe kani he himself will not move aside, opportunities ravali if he cant hit then he shid retire, eng lo asale flat tracks, babu ila misbah-ul-haq laga aadithe kashtam

there is lot of young talent knocking the doors, shaw, gill, mayank, etc advantage for dhoni is the game awareness, he still reads the game  very well.  Kohli cant set fields or make bowling changes without the help of dhoni. Image result for dhoni gifs

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