#1 await the court to provide further direction on December von mary123 17.09.2019 03:26

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson slammed his sides extremely poor batting performance after they lost eight wickets for 16 runs to be bowled out in 23.1 overs, their shortest ODI innings, and go down to India by 190 runs.New Zealand came into the series decider on an equal footing. But conceding 269 on a slow surface may have made their task difficult, but they wouldnt have expected to be rolled over for 79. Williamson said there were no excuses for how abject they were.Its extremely disappointing. After a tough Test series to bounce back and show the heart that was required, the fight that we needed to go two-all against a very good Indian side, was a superb effort, he said after the match. But it is hard to look past out last performance right now, the emotion of just finishing the game. They got above-par initially with the bat on a tough surface. There are certainly no excuses from our end, we were extremely poor with the bat today.We want to be showing steps of improvement everyday. Thats whats so frustrating, because we failed as a batting unit. The spinners of the Indian side bowled very well but I dont think it justified losing eight wickets for 20 or so runs. We were poor and India were very good.While ruing the number of runs they conceded with the ball, Williamson lauded Indias batsmen for the partnerships they stitched together. First, Virat Kohli shared a 79-run stand with Rohit Sharma before putting on 71 runs with MS Dhoni. Kedar Jadhav and Axar Patel then added 46 crucial runs in 6.3 overs in the slog overs.The way the put together partnerships on a pitch that was slow was a very good effort. They kept going at five runs an over on this pitch, they certainly deserved to win today, he said. They were fantastic. At the half-way stage, although we knew they had a good score on the board on that surface, we knew if we could get partnerships together, who knows, we couldve done better. If we kept on a bit and played in excess in of 25-30 overs, with a bit of dew around, then who knows. But that was a long way off. We were never going to get there.Except for Tom Latham, and to a lesser extent, Kane Williamson, New Zealands batting has remained inadequate throughout the series. While Ross Taylor showed signs of returning to form in the last two games, he managed only 119 runs, with Martin Guptill (111) and Corey Anderson (31 from four matches) also not turning up. Williamson stressed on the need to replicate the consistency that Indias batsmen demonstrated.If you look at any winning performance, there are one or two significant performances. If you look at the India side, theres Virat [Kohli]. I think pretty much every game he made a significant contribution, he said. Sometimes the conditions werent easiest to bat but whoever that person is, we need a lot more. I think Tom Latham was outstanding.It was nice to see Guptill show that presence at the crease in the last couple of games, but we need to take those little good bits a lot further and look at someone like Virat, who I suppose… to get a 150 in that Mohali game was a hugely significant performance as opposed to perhaps a 40 or 50.Williamson believed there were lessons to be learnt from playing against a good side in tough conditions, and said Mitchell Santner was a highlight of their tour. With 10 scalps, Santner was New Zealands joint-highest wicket-taker in the Test series, along with Trent Boult. He was also their most economical bowler in the ODIs.He has been outstanding, a young cricketer who is newish to the side. Although conditions are favourable to spinners here there are a lot of spinners who come here and struggle, he said. I guess its because of the pace of the wicket against extremely good players of spin. Mitch has performed day in and day out. His change of pace and his ability to spin the ball was a great asset to have. Not to mention his batting and his fielding as well. [We] look forward to seeing his progression in the future. Nike Vapormax Off White Deutschland . Just as Montreal was settling into the first full working week of a new year, the Impact announced the appointment of their new head coach. Vapormax Schwarz Qualität . Speaking to the Chicago Tribune at baseballs Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, Boras called the former home of the Expos a "tremendous environment" for baseball. http://www.vapormaxschuhe.de/vapormax-schwarz-deutschland.html . No. 13-seeded John Isner and No. 21 Philipp Kohlschreiber were among six players who dropped out of the tournament on Tuesday, joining No. 12 seed Tommy Haas and two other players who withdrew on Monday. Vapormax Weiß Damen . Having already announced that the race will start May 9 with three stages in Northern Ireland and Ireland and finish in Trieste on June 1, the rest of the route was unveiled Monday. Vapormax Schwarz Deutschland . Reassurance came from Paul Tesori, his caddie and close friend whose newborn son is in intensive care in a Florida hospital. "Paul sent me a text this morning, just told me he loved me and wanted to go out and fight as hard as I would any other day," Simpson said Sunday after doing just that. Notwithstanding the strong missive sent by the Lodha Committee to the Supreme Court asking it to disqualify all ineligible office bearers with immediate effect, the BCCI and its members have reiterated that they continue to oppose some of the committees recommendations.At a special general meeting on Friday, the BCCI said it would stick to the decision taken on October 1 at a previous SGM. Then, the BCCI had said that it had unanimously adopted important recommendations made by the committee.However, a deeper reading of the minutes of the October 1 meeting made it clear that the BCCI and the states were against some of the key recommendations such as election and term of an office bearer, one-state-one vote, formation of an Apex Council to replace the existing working committee, and the role of the CEO.On Friday, BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke did not respond directly to a question on whether the BCCI and the states had effectively decided not to accept the court order of July 18, which had approved most of the recommendations proposed by the committee and asked it to lay out a timeline for the BCCI to put the reforms in place. We have once again explained to them [members] the position and they have again clarified their position that they stand to their decision taken earlier, Shirke said on Friday, in a brief statement to the mmedia.dddddddddddd So the decision taken on the October 1 SGM, the members have reiterated their position with regards to the reforms.Shirke said the BCCI would await the court to provide further direction on December 5, when the court reconvenes for the next hearing. On Monday, the court will consider the latest status report submitted by the committee on November 18, when it proposed for the second time that the existing office bearers of the BCCI and state associations be removed if they failed to meet various eligibility norms. The committee has also proposed GK Pillai, a former civil servant, be appointed as an observer to oversee all business conducted by the BCCI.A state association president who attended Fridays SGM said the matter was out of the BCCIs hands already and it was for the court to take the final call. We dont have to take any decision. We have said we dont agree [with certain recommendations]. Whatever the Supreme Court says we will have to abide.This member said there was no reason for the BCCI or states to panic even if the court were to pass an adverse order. Since the last three meetings our stance has not changed. There is no panic.Additional reporting by Jonathan Selvaraj ' ' '

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