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New Delhi: India’s Vice-captain Rohit Sharma recently went down the memory lane and shared a picture on his social media handle which grabbed eyeballs of many cricket buffs. Trolls found the image as lighter fluid and pointed out the blunder made by the Indian opener.In order to celebrate India’s win at the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy, Rohit Sharma shared a picture of himself along with Suresh Raina, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Shikhar Dhawan with the trophy. It was not the image which was trolled but a simple hashtag which was used in the caption section which became the laughing stock for trolls.Even, Suresh Raina took a dig at Rohit Sharma and wrote, ‘’indeed memories to cherish for life brother, but ones from 2013. You got me tricked too’’.Team India on Saturday nearly pulled out a win from Afghanistan’s hand despite Mohammed Nabi’s outstanding performance with bat and ball.In the match, Mohammed Shami created history as he became the second Indian after Chetan Sharma to take a hat-trick in the ICC Cricket World Cup. Shami’s feat helped India win a tense encounter against Afghanistan by 11 runs in Southampton on Saturday as they continued their unbeaten run in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Hashtag to shi laga leta bhai.. Kyu puraani baatien yaad dilaa rha h#ChampionsTrophy2013 pic.twitter.com/R1IjlEIMic— Saurabh Manjhi 🇮🇳 (@saurabhmanjhi_) June 23, 2019 For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Wisconsin’s border-battle rivalry continues with Minnesota Wednesday as the Badger volleyball team takes on the Golden Gophers. While the two don’t play for a trophy of any kind, there still is a lot on the line — most importantly second place in the Big Ten. “[The rivalry is] equally as big,” senior middle blocker and assistant captain Amy Bladow said. “I wish we did have an axe because everything between Wisconsin and Minnesota is a big rivalry. No matter what it is we are always going at them hard.” Even though second place should be enough motivation to go out and play well, Bladow said there is always extra motivation for the Badgers when they play the Gophers.”Every weekend we go out and want to obviously play well and beat whoever we play in the Big Ten,” Bladow said. “When you go out and see the Gophers on the other side there definitely is that little extra edge for bragging rights and border games and everything. “We have girls from Minnesota and they have girls from Wisconsin, so no matter what someone is going to be talking.”Wisconsin will be looking for the return of senior floor captain Maria Carlini, who has been out the last three games with a foot injury. Carlini practiced Tuesday and head coach Pete Waite said they were testing her.”We are going to see how she feels tonight and then tomorrow,” Waite said. “It’s always the day after is what you got to look for. Obviously it’s has been about ten days, so we got to see how she feels and how we feel about her being in there. It was a good sign. It was a start and she is real excited to be out there.”Despite the possibility of Carlini coming back tonight, Waite said freshman outside hitter Caity DuPont — who played in Carlini’s spot over the weekend — should still see some playing time. “[DuPont] sure has proven she can do it,” Waite said. “That is something we are going to have to talk about as a staff tomorrow, see who we are going to start and who is going to come off the bench. “During the course of a match, it’s great to have three people that you are confident in on the left side that can take swings for you. “After starting out the year slow with a 6-4 start, Minnesota has picked its play in the Big Ten, going 7-1, the only loss coming at Penn State. The strong play of late has moved Minnesota up No. 17 in the AVCA rankings, after being unranked to start the year.”This is a team that right now in the rankings is below us but we’re going into their gym,” Waite said. “You got to feel like we are the underdogs going in. We’ve got to battle to get that win.”For Wisconsin to beat its border rivals, Bladow said a fast start is essential.”They always have a really great crowd and their student section is really great,” Bladow said. “I think that if we go out and get started right away with high energy, play really good defense, and serve really tough then hopefully we come out with a victory.”If the Badgers are able to get out to a fast start like they did against Purdue and Indiana, Bladow also said it would be hard for Wisconsin to lose.”The Big Ten is a crazy place and we have seen some amazing upsets already this year,” Bladow said. “Every team comes out in the Big Ten and every night is going to be completely different. “Hopefully we can maintain that really great play from Indiana and Purdue for the rest of the Big Ten season. In that case we will come out being undefeated at home and with a really good ranking going into the NCAA tournament.”
At the winter fair at Collegium Artisticum in Sarajevo, citizens can buy a photomograph of the B&H football team ‘path to Brazil’, by Marijo Iličić.The book is with never before seen photos of the B&H football players, who were followed by photo-reporter Iličić for more than a decade, and printed in an exclusive edition with hard stitched binding format 235×310 and with 264 pages of illustrations.The photomonography ‘path to Brazil’ is the perfect New Year’s gift, and it is possible to make a reservation by ordering on the website www.putubrazil.com. A part of the funds from the sale of the books will be allocated for the financing of monthly trainings for talented children who are in need, and whose parents are not able to afford to have their children receive football training.The monograph shows exclusive photographs of the B&H football players preparing for matches, during the matches, relaxed private moments, as well as photographs of the football players in the cities from the clubs in which they play.The monograph was officially promoted last week in Sarajevo, and is adapted to the national and international public, and is why it has been published in BHS and English languages.(Source: Fena)