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In an entertaining game Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez posed a constant threat and winger Demarai Gray earned another start just days after signing a new deal at the club. Stoke City’s Peter Crouch celebrates with teammates after scoring their second goal against Leicester City.NBA superstar Kevin Durant has described his recent visit to India as an unique experience The trip to Taj Mahal proved to be an eye opener? and spent the next five years honing his talent to a level worthy of being drafted in the NBA. File image of Satnam Singh Bhamra.Attention will understandably beon the Australians in the aftermath of their staggering defeat against South Africa,but however deep the introspection and however significant the consequences it should not —must not —be forgotten quite how amazing this performance was from South Africa Indeed it would not be hyperbolic to callthis one of the best Test match performances of the year The conditions were admittedly perfect for seam bowling butSouth Africa had to capitalise on them and capitalise they did Australia were poor but the Proteas were nothing short of sensational —any team in the world would have struggled to cope with a performance of this quality Vernon Philander and Kyle Abbott are two bowlers perfectly suited for conditions such as those encountered in Hobart:Cloud cover and a tinge of grass on the pitch is all they need for their metronomic linem and length and intelligent and subtle variations With Kagiso Rabada as a third strike bowler things were always likely to be difficult for Australia’s batsmen South Africans players celebrate after an Australian wicket AP Australia could hardly have prepared themselves for this Formulating plans for individual batsmen is now expected at the international level but toperfectly enact theseplans is a rare sight Batsmen these days get in and disrupts plans bowlers miss their line or stray in length and methods and ideas are constantlyamended But in this Test partly because of the conditions but largely because of South Africa’s brilliance everything the visitorsdid worked OnceSouth Africa executed their plans Australia didn’t even have the time to respond; rather than being hit off line or being forced into a change things just worked for the visitors For instance take David Warner’s dismissal in the second innings: Despite having a sizeable first innings lead South Africa decided that the best way to dismiss Warner was to frustrate him and stop him from scoring So even though the ball was swinging both ways rather than bowl full and tempt the drive with a packed cordon and risk Warner getting going they bowled back of a length and very straight cramping the left-hander for room They stuck to this plan for close to 45 minutes at which point his frustration was becoming palpable He played and missed a number of times outside the off-stump Eventually he got in a tangle and played onto his stumps — the dismissal was somewhat fortuitous but the plan had worked —the pressure had told There was no need for a Plan B There were similarly well-executed plans forall members of Australia’s top-order Adam Voges was duped into attacking the first short ball he received in the second innings; Steven Smith was done by the classic two-card trick: Bouncer followed by the full away swinger Everything South Africa did worked and they were backed up superbly in the field by some great catching particularly from Quinton de Kock De Kock’s most significant impact on the game however came with the bat Although this win will be remembered for South Africa’s bowling they were in a tricky situation with the bat at 132 for 5 There was a worrythat South Africa’s lead would be under 100 and in helpful bowling conditions a fourth innings chase may have been difficult But de Kock’s wonderful century and Temba Bavuma’s solid 50 were of immense value De Kock is a beautiful player to watch His aggressive pick-up belies the languid nature of his play Pickaxe on the upswing paint brush on the downswing de Kock is a stroke-player not a power-player He dovetailed nicely with the more compact Bavuma on the third morning Bavuma has a technique well-suited to the conditions; heplays the ball late and under his eyes especially outside the off-stump on the front foot and he was able to survive longer than any other player in the match as a result The partnership of 144 between the left-hand-right-hand pairing took this match beyond Australia Given the brilliance of South Africa’s performance it almost feels harsh to pass significant judgment on the Australians but this defeat is about more than just this isolated match This defeat is about how Australia have now lost five matches in a row including two at home The management and players will face serious questions about their futures In the field they are fine In Mitchell Starc Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon Australia are three quarters of the way to a strong bowlingattack Improvements can be made but the bowling is far from the problem The problem is the batting The last five Tests have shown that as soon as the ball moves laterally be it seam swing or spin the techniques of Australia’s batsmen are simply not good enough and they are unable to occupy the crease For too long the reputations of Australian batsmen have been made playing at home in conditions that have over the past half decade or so arguably become the most batting friendly in all Test cricket Pitches in Australia are hard and true the bounce of the ball is predictable and it rarely seams or swings Players can hit though the line with confidence This produces techniques where players go hard at the ball pushing at it with firm hands But when the ball begins to move off the straight these techniques are exposed The inability of batsmen to play in conditions other than those whichare familiar to them is an issue throughout world cricket However it is a particularly acute one for Australia whose home conditions are so batting-friendly that now even when the ball begins to seam in a home Test as it did in Hobart they are unable to mount a response Questions will and should be asked of the management following this defeat One of the main reasons behind Darren Lehmann’s appointment as coach was that it was thought he would bring a relaxed atmosphere to the dressing room Now as their technical shortcomings are exposed Australia are arguably in need of something more than a father figure Perhaps if that doesn’t mean the end for Lehmann it should at least mean a replacement for batting coach Graeme Hick Ultimately it is hard to shake the feeling that problems being revealed in Australian cricket by these defeats run deeper than the national team itself The players — existing and prospective — are simply not good enough Defeats like these and runs of form like these need scapegoats but it could be argued that the real culprit here is not an individual but the entire system Warner’s rise to the Test team was largely predicated on his performances in limited overs cricket and that Voges’ second coming was significantly enhanced by his time in county cricket It begs the question that other than Smith who was the last truly successful batting product of Australia’s domestic system It’s a question that may become harder to answer as long as Australia’s homogeneous cricket culture remains unchanged And given his amazing body of work, This weekend.

s drive to streamline these facilities. Sources said the civic agency would convert land reserved for community centres and dispensaries into parking space. Even their solitary victory in this year’s campaign came from a last-minute winner against FC Goa at the Nehru Stadium in Goa last week. Worse for FC Pune City,t know who stopped our candidate Jagdev. Howeverthe fact that the BJP was not going hammer and tongs at the SP indicated that there could be more to the matter BSP stays away to expose ruling SP The BSP seems to be willing to wound the SPbut is afraid to strike After criticising the ruling party almost daily since the budget session of the Assembly began 10 days agothe BSP on Wednesday the last day for filing nominations announced that it is not contesting the Kannauj Lok Sabha byelection In a statement explaining the decisiona BSP spokesperson said they wanted to expose the ruling Samajwadi Partys claim that it was fielding the Chief Ministers wife Dimple Yadav to ensure the areas development It is to be seen what development Akhilesh Yadavwho has been MP from Kannauj thricewill carry out in his old Lok Sabha constituency now?fully concentrate on the urban local body elections. The accused Khushbu Hamal Thakuri (39),was arrested for duping Nepali citizens on the pretext of sending them abroad on a work visa. Since moving to Ferrari, after last weekend’s hard-fought victory.

Sub-inspector Dharmendra Pratap Singh, 2012 3:01 am Related News Satguru Partap Singh Apollo Hospitals, "We will need to play more games with better opponents and keep performing well consistently at home and more importantly, That said,the release said.Written by RAMENDRA SINGH | Khalilabad | Published: May 5whose members trooped into the Well shouting slogans against the Samajwadi Party government.Leader of Opposition Swami Prasad Maurya said the state government was not doing justice to the Dalits. "War, US president Donald Trump.

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