Kohli's 2019 Ashes advice for Australia: 'Dukes ball buries egos'

Preity Zinta Tweets for Team India's Win Against Australia Only To Invite Trolls For Her Glaring Error

Naturally, the captain was very proud.

The Indian top order, who scored 262 runs in four Test matches, urged the Aussie batsmen to leave their egos at home to win against the Dukes ball. "They make the captain look good", said Kohli in the post-match presentation ceremony.

Kohli's team showed vast grit throughout the series and as the captain had alluded to before traveling to Australia, his side won the crucial moments in the series.

"I can not see Australia beating England this summer unless they assess themselves brutally", Vaughan wrote in his column for London's Telegraph newspaper.

Former captain Smith and his vice-captain Warner are serving 12-month bans for their role in a ball-tampering scandal in South Africa previous year and are not available for selection until the end of March.

Woman in vegetative state who gave birth is tribal member
The outlet also reported that the patient has been in a vegetative state for at least a decade after almost drowning. The woman's identity has not been reported , and it's not known if she has a family or a guardian.

Alabama Vs. Clemson: Mass. Native Christian Wilkins Steals Show After Tigers’ Win
Clemson hit Alabama with a 31-point first half, capitalizing on the Crimson Tide's mistakes and unleashing Lawrence's rocket arm. That led to Travis Etienne's third touchdown of the half, a 5-yard shovel pass from Lawrence.

Moscow denies British citizen being held as bargaining chip for jailed Russian
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said individuals should not be used as diplomatic pawns, as Mr Whelan also holds a British passport. Sharing pictures of the visit, he said he had a "quite enjoyable time" exploring the cities of Moscow and St Petersburg.

That all but destroyed home hopes of a face-saving victory and India's spinners then got to work to drive home the advantage in the field against an Australia side that failed to muster a single century over the series.

The Australians had just one lbw dismissal in the entire India series, he said, indicating there were not enough deliveries directed at the stumps. They have now, and by winning 2-1 in Australia they have made up for their 4-1 defeat in England last summer, and reaffirmed their position at No 1 in the ICC Test rankings.

Rishabh Pant with 350 runs and a sparkling hundred at the SCG with a record number of dismissals in an away series has now established himself as India's No 1 wicketkeeper in the Test format. "We can learn a lot from the way they went about it", he added. The southpaw would be raring to go after being left out of the Test squad against Australia. "We had our chances in Adelaide, and in Perth I thought we played some good cricket, but in Melbourne and Sydney, we've been outplayed".

"In England we lost because the lower order often got runs against us", Shastri said.

The deputy to Kohli and the best opener in the world, Rohit Sharma will be itching to score against his favourite opposition. "I think India do that really well, what helps with that is having great depth and they certainly have that at the moment", he signed off.

Related:

Comments

Latest news

Oil prices rise over 2% on trade talk optimism
As a result, US crude oil production rose by 2 million barrels per day (bpd) previous year to a world record 11.7 million bpd. The current round of talks are scheduled to continue through Tuesday, with more senior-level discussions likely this month.

Saudi teen Rahaf Alqunun's claim for asylum referred to Australia for consideration
She was forced to return to Saudi Arabia and was not publicly heard from again, according to activists tracking her whereabouts. Al-Qunun's father and brother arrived in Bangkok seeking a talk with her.

Wall Street boosted by optimism over US-China trade talks
The global economy has been suffering from the chilling effect of a trade war between the world's two largest economies. Chinese growth fell to a post-global crisis low of 6.5 percent in the quarter ending in September.

Woman dies after getting trapped in Toronto clothing donation bin
Five of those incidents occurred in British Columbia with the latest death just over a week ago in West Vancouver. Emergency crews were rushed to the scene and found the woman stuck half inside the box upon their arrival.

Russian lawyer involved in Trump Tower meeting charged in separate case
She said in the questionnaire that she attended the meeting to lobby for a re-examination of the Magnitsky Act. The response "purported to accuse" deceased Russian accountant Sergei Magnitsky of involvement in the fraud.

Asom Gana Parishad snaps ties with BJP over Citizenship Bill
In Nagaland, the cabinet of the NDPP-BJP alliance government has chose to ask the Centre to reconsider the bill. The opposition Congress and the All Indian United Democratic Frontg have 25 and 13 members respectively.

De Blasio Announces Free Health Care for Illegal Aliens
Instead, the city plans to expand its current MetroPlus public insurance plan while adding a new program called NYC Care. After his appearance on the program, his office clarified that the program won't technically be health insurance.

LG unveils incredible 65-inch "roll-away" 4K TV
This enables specific tasks that don't require a full screen, including checking the time and weather, and viewing family photos. Full View delivers a large-screen viewing experience revealing the full extent of the contrast, depth and realism.

Broncos ‘leaning’ toward Vic Fangio as head coach
Munchak is said to have a strong interest in the Denver Broncos job, according to sources. Munchak is probably the top offensive line coach/specialist in the NFL .

Susan Boyle Gets Golden Buzzer On America's Got Talent
After the performance, Cowell, 59, said: "I can not think of any other contestant who has defined this show better than you". Her first audition, a rendition of I Dreamed a Dream from Les Miserables , famously stunned the audience and judges alike.

Apple's CES ad takes aim at rivals with privacy boast
And while Sony never makes any major game-related announcements at CES , PlayStation will likely have some presence. Apple spent a lot of time in 2018 taking Facebook and Google to task for their awful privacy policies.

PG&E Bankruptcy Talk Sets Stage for Showdown With California
But they added that "exploitive tactics and a reticence toward change will not improve" the company's profile. Earlier in January, sources told Reuters that PG&E Corp was exploring filing for bankruptcy protection.

Greg Schiano Will Not Return to Ohio State
Michigan's defensive line was a noted strength the past few seasons under Mattison's leadership. He was the coach of the Bucs in 2012 and 2013 after spending 11 seasons as Rutgers' head coach.

German Politicians' Data Hacked, Posted on Twitter
The leaks began with data from German TV personalities Jan Böhmermann and Til Schweiger, Youtube star LeFloid and rapper Sidos. But no sensitive material on Chancellor Merkel was actually released, a government spokeswoman told Reuters .

Julia Goerges makes tennis history at ASB Classic
The World No. 14 moved on to win a couple of more break points later in the game to eventually take the set 6-1. She dictated terms with powerful groundstrokes as Andreescu, in her eighth match in nine days, ran out of gas.

Other news