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WTC Final 2023: Australia Dominates Day 1 with Stellar Batting Performance against India

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The highly anticipated World Test Championship (WTC) Final 2023 between Australia and India commenced on June 7th. After winning the toss, Indian captain Rohit Sharma elected to field first.

Australia displayed exceptional batting skills on the opening day, amassing a total of 320 runs for the loss of 3 wickets. The Australian team ended the day in a dominant position, while Team India managed to claim only 3 wickets.

The day started with Mohammed Shami delivering a maiden over, setting the tone for India’s bowling attack. Mohammad Siraj provided the breakthrough for India, dismissing Usman Khawaja without scoring a run. David Warner showcased his aggressive form, hitting boundaries in Siraj’s over. However, Siraj’s pace delivery resulted in Labuschagne sustaining an injury.

Warner continued his impressive form, hitting four fours in Shami’s over. Umesh Yadav made his presence felt with a decent first over, conceding only 5 runs. Warner displayed his aggressive intent by hitting four boundaries in Yadav’s second over. India lost a review in the 18th over. Shardul Thakur removed Warner from the crease after the opener scored 43 runs. By lunch, Australia had reached a score of 73/2.

In the second session, Mohammed Shami struck early, claiming the wicket of Labuschagne who had scored 26 runs. Travis Head, accompanied by Steve Smith, began building Australia’s innings. Head showcased his batting skills by hitting consecutive fours off Shami’s over. Shardul Thakur troubled Head with his deliveries, but the batsman managed to score boundaries.

Siraj bowled a maiden over, adding pressure to the Australian batsmen. Thakur conceded 16 runs in an over. Ravindra Jadeja introduced spin bowling in the 39th over. Travis Head reached a brilliant half-century. Umesh Yadav bowled a maiden over, contributing to India’s efforts. At the end of the second session, Australia reached a total of 170/3.

The third session witnessed an impressive partnership between Steve Smith and Travis Head, surpassing the 100-run mark. Head continued his aggressive approach, hitting boundaries off Umesh Yadav’s bowling. Smith achieved a remarkable century off Yadav’s deliveries. The Australian team reached 200 runs in the 58th over.

Head and Smith showcased their batting prowess by hitting boundaries and increasing Australia’s score. Head achieved a remarkable century in just 106 balls, marking his sixth century in Test cricket. Smith continued his solid performance with two fours in Jadeja’s over. The partnership between Smith and Head reached the 200-run milestone.

By the end of the third session, Australia had amassed a total of 327/3, with Travis Head unbeaten on 146 and Steve Smith unbeaten on 95.

The opening day of the WTC Final witnessed an outstanding display of batting skills by Australia,

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Asian Games 2023 Day 6 Highlights: Indian Medal Haul and Notable Performances

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Highlights from Day 6 of the Asian Games 2023 on Friday in Hangzhou included Vikash Singh placing fifth in the men’s and Priyanka placing sixth in the women’s respective 20km race walks. The Indian shooting crew, which included Palak, Esha Singh, and Divya Thadigol, won silver in the ladies’ group 10m air gun rivalry. Esha and Palak also won gold and silver in the women’s 10-air pistol final, respectively. Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar, Swapnil Suresh Kusale, and Akhil Sheoran of the Indian squad won gold in the men’s 50m air rifle 3P team competition as well. India’s Aishwary Pratap Singh won silver in the men’s 50m rifle 3P competition. India’s Aishwary Pratap Singh won silver in the men’s 50m rifle 3P competition. Tennis pros Saketh Myneni and Ramkumar Ramanathan took home the silver medal after losing in the men’s doubles final. Also, the mixed doubles semifinal match between Rohan Bopanna and Rutuja Bhosale was won.

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Athletics contributed 20 medals to India’s remarkable total of 70 medals won at the 2018 Asian Games, including 8 gold, 9 silver, and 3 bronze. This was a major contribution to the nation’s medal total. Rachna Kumari and Tanya Chaudhary, who are representing India in the women’s hammer throw final, are the focus this year. Manpreet Kaur and Kiran Baliyan are preparing for their events and are hoping to win minor medals for India, so there is still a chance for more medals.Indian competitors are prepared for considerably additional remarkable accomplishments at the Asian Games in 2023, where a sum of 48 gold decorations are available for anyone over the span of the seven-day rivalry, however Manpreet Kaur and Kiran Baliyan get an opportunity for minor decorations in the event that they do their absolute best with it. Altogether, 48 gold decorations will be granted over the seven-day contest.Has China have topped the sports decoration count at each Asian Games starting around 1986.

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Meanwhile, the Indian women’s hockey team face Malaysia later in the day while world champion boxer Nikhat Zareen will face Hanan Nassar of Jordan in the women’s 50kg quarter.

India’s medal tally

Gold: 8

Silver: 12

Bronze: 13

Athletics: Vikash Singh places sixth in the men’s 20-kilometer race walk.

Priyanka finished fifth in the women’s 20-kilometer race walk.

In the men’s 400-meter final, Muhammed Ajmal Variyathodi earned a direct qualification.

Tanya Chaudhary, who had a best throw of 60.50 meters, placed seventh in the women’s hammer throw. 9th place with a best throw of 58.13 meters is Rachna Kumari.

In the women’s shot put, Kiran Baliyan takes first place. Manpreet Kaur comes in fifth place.

Shooting: India succeeds SILVER in the women’s team 10m air pistol competition

In the women’s 10m air pistol final, Palak wins GOLD.

Silver goes to Esha Singh in the women’s 10m air pistol competition

India’s men’s 50m rifle 3P team takes home GOLD.

Tomar Aishwary Pratap wins Men’s 50m rifle 3P event: SILVER

Nina Venkatesh, who placed 14th in the women’s 50-meter butterfly, did not advance.

Saketh Myneni and Ramkumar Ramanathan win a tennis match. Men’s doubles SILVER

Boxing: In the women’s 57kg round of 16, Parveen Hooda defeats China’s Xu Zichun.

Nikhat Zareen defeats Jordan’s Hanan Nassar, securing a gold

In the second round of the men’s 80 kg, Lakshya Chahar is defeated by Omurbek Uulu Bekzhigit of Kyrgyzstan.

Playing ping-pong is Sreeja Akula-Diya Parag. Chitale lose in the round of 16 of women’s doubles and are eliminated

Wanwisa and Jinnipa of Thailand were defeated by Sutirtha Mukherjee and Ayhika Mukherjee, advancing them to the women’s doubles quarterfinals.

Also Read: India Exit Asian Games 2023 Football After Defeat to Saudi Arabia

Achanta In the men’s singles round of 16, Sharath Kamal loses to Chinese Taipei’s Chih-Yuan Chuang 3–4.

G In the men’s singles round of 16, Wang Chuqin defeated Sathiya 4-0.

Squash: India won the women’s bronze medal.

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India Exit Asian Games 2023 Football After Defeat to Saudi Arabia

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In Hangzhou 2023, the Indian men’s football squad was eliminated in the round of 16. The female team was unable to move past the group stage.
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In their round of 16 encounter against Saudi Arabia on Thursday at the Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, the People’s Republic of China, the Indian men’s football team was defeated 2-0, eliminating them from the Asian Games 2023.

Both Saudi Arabia goals were scored by Mohammed Khalil Marran (51 and 57 seconds).

FIFA Rankings: India at 102, Saudi Arabia at 57

India is ranked 102nd in the world in the FIFA senior men’s football rankings, whereas Saudi Arabia is ranked 57th. However, the men’s football competitions at the Asian Games are under-23 affairs, with a maximum of three players over the age limit permitted for each side. 

Sunil Chhetri and company succumbed to China 5-1 in the opening round before defeating Bangladesh 1-0 and holding Myanmar to a 1-1 draw en route to the knockout rounds. India secured a place in the pre-quarterfinals by finishing second in Pool A behind China.

Saudi Arabia had two victories and a draw as they placed second in Pool B, just behind Iran.

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The Indian men’s football team started in a 4-4-2 shape and defended deeply while wearing its characteristic blue uniform. In the meantime, Saudi Arabia played long balls into the Indian half to exert pressure on the Indian defense. The seasoned Sandesh Jinghan-led Indian defense stood its ground to repel the Saudi forwards.

While Saudi Arabia had the majority of the possession, India used counterattacks to create two good chances just before the 15-minute mark.

Highlights from India vs. Saudi Arabia Match

Despite winning possession of the ball in the other team’s half, Sunil Chhetri’s effort was blocked by the Saudi goalkeeper.

A few minutes later, the Indian captain delivered a free-kick that found Sandesh Jhingan, but the defender’s header was cleared off the goal line.

Saudi Arabia increased the stakes following the two let-offs. Musab Al-Juwayr nearly gave the Green Falcons,& the first goal when his right-footed shot beat Indian goalkeeper Dheeraj but hit the post.

It required some desperate defending by the Indian backline to stop Saudi Arabia from scoring in the Indian half.

Zakaria Hawsawi of Saudi Arabia surged into the Indian half in the final seconds of the first half and attempted to score, but Sandesh Jinghan made a crucial block.
Both teams went into halftime without scoring.

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India struggled to keep up as Saudi Arabia picked up the pace in the second half. Mohammed Khalil Marran successfully headed a cross past Indian goalkeeper Dheeraj Singh to give Saudi Arabia the lead after five minutes of nonstop pressure.

Mohammed Khalil Marran extended the Saudi team’s lead a few minutes later after returning to the play. 

Also Read: Asian Games: India Secures 25 Medals: Gold in Shooting, Silver in Wushu, Bronze in Equestrian

After scoring the second goal, the Saudi Arabian squad easily maintained control of the match and secured the victory to advance to the round of eight.

The women’s squad did not go past the group stage, and with the men’s team’s elimination, India’s football campaign in Hangzhou 2023 is now over.

At the Asian Games in 1951 and 1962, the Indian football team won the gold medal on both occasions.

The Indian squad last advanced to the round of 16 in 2010, where they were defeated 5-0 by Japan.

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Asian Games: India Secures 25 Medals: Gold in Shooting, Silver in Wushu, Bronze in Equestrian

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Indian Athletes Shine at Asian Games:

With a gold medal win in the men’s 10m air pistol team competition and two shooters qualifying for the individual finals, India continued its winning streak at the Asian Games . India won its fourth gold medal from the shooting ranges when the trio of Sarabjot Singh, Arjun Singh Cheema, and Shiva Narwal narrowly defeated the Chinese team to capture the top podium spot. In the women’s 60kg wushu sanda final, India’s Naorem Roshibina Devi finished with a silver medal after losing 0-2 to local heavyweight Wu Xiaowei.

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The Indian struggled against Wu Xiaowei, the current winners in the division, which allowed the Chinese to get off to a solid start. Following two rounds, Wu was crowned the victor by the judges. The local favorite had an aggressive opening round and got Roshibina down beautifully in an effort to get her opponent off the mat.

Also Read: Asian Games 2023: India Secures Gold in Men’s 10m Air Pistol Team, Roshibina Devi Wins Wushu Silver

The Manipuri athlete made an effort to recover and grabbed Wu’s leg in an effort to shove her to the outside, but she was unsuccessful because the Chinese won the opening round 1-0. In the second round, a wary Wu put an end to it by striking Roshibina Devi in the torso.In Jakarta in 2018, Roshibina took home the bronze medal.

In a magnificent demonstration of equestrian skill, Indian rider Anush Agarwalla earned a well-deserved bronze medal in the individual dressage competition at the Asian Games.

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