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Security personnel deployed outside MS Dhoni’s Ranchi residence after Pakistan wins Champions Trophy

first_imgSecurity personnel were deployed today outside former Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s house in Jharkhand’s capital Ranchi, after India were outclassed by a resurgent Pakistan in the final of the 2017 Champions Trophy.Chasing a mammoth total of 339, India were bowled out for just 158 in the 31st over of the second innings. Dhoni scored four runs before he was dismissed by Hasan Ali.Security personnel deployed outside MS Dhoni’s Ranchi residence after Pakistan wins Champions Trophy While Virat Kohli said he was proud of the way his team had played in the tournament, the news agency ANI reported a protest in Kanpur, and said TV sets were broken there, as well as in Uttarakhand’s Haridwar.India had already beaten Pakistan once in the tournament. But on the day that really mattered, Fakhar Zaman’s maiden ODI hundred and Mohammed Amir’s stellar bowling performance made sure the Men in Blue couldn’t retain the Champions Trophy.(Inputs from agencies) Also read: Champions Trophy Final: Pakistan were more intense and passionate than India, says Kohli Also read: Price of Kohli’s rift with Kumble: Heavy defeat vs Pakistan in Champions Trophy final Also read: India superstars surrender meekly to Pakistan: Are Dhoni, Yuvraj good enough to play overseas? Also read: Shoaib Malik, Imad Wasim dedicate maiden Champions Trophy triumph to billions of Pakistanis Also watch: Watch what happens when Sourav Ganguly drives past a group of Pakistani fans in Englandlast_img read more

Open Trans-Tasman Mixed Open Game 2 Report

first_imgThe Kiwis have levelled the three game Trans-Tasman Series with a comprehensive three try victory in the Open Mixed test at Rotorua International Stadium.The hosts handled the cold and wet conditions far better than the Australians and with the weather set to continue for the remainder of the series the visitors will need to adjust quickly if they are to bounce back from today’s loss.The Aussies got off to a better start than they did in the first test with Elin Mortimer scoring the opening try to continue her stellar series and the visitors controlled the game from in front early.It took the Kiwis some time to get on the score board but they eventually levelled the scores after 8 minutes. The Aussies kicked clear again after debutant Justin Cridland found Tim Glazebrook to score but that would the last time the visitors played from in front.The Touch Blacks tied it up at 2 apiece and when Nat Turner scored a runaway try the locals took a lead into half time which they extended immediately after the break to 6-3.Elin Mortimer celebrated her 28th birthday with her second of the day and when Hoch found an open Leah Opie-Lukins the Aussies gave themselves a chance. A chance that was quickly dismissed through back to back Kiwi tries who ran out 9-6 winners keeping the series alive heading into the third test.last_img read more