Taijul snatches victory for Tigers

A five-wicket haul by Taijul Islam followed by ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan’s record feat saw Bangladesh to take 1-0 lead in the two-match Test series beating visiting West Indies by 64 runs in the first Test held on Saturday at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.

Ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan took him in a new height as he become the first player of Bangladesh to take 200 Test wicket also the fastest to complete the double of 3000 triggered the West Indies collapse along with Taijul Islam in the spin paradise wicket while The Caribbean were chasing a winning target of 204-run set by Bangladesh.

Visiting West Indies are in deep trouble when they lost their top four wickets inside 11 runs at in the first session of on the third day.Bangladesh spinner had their final say in a spinning-favored wicket as the the match ended in less than three days.

Shakib launched early inroad on West Indies innings sending back to opener Kieran Powell,who backed to the pavilion without disturbing the scoreboard.He then picked up the second wicket on the day dismissing Shai Hope who was caught behind by Mushfiqur Rahim.

Taijul Islam also struck on West Indies innings picking up two wickets in the same over.West Indies skipper Kraigg Brathwaite and Roston Chase both trapped leg before wicket to Taijul islam,leaving West Indies in a deep trouble.

West Indies lost Shimron Hetmyer(27)when Mehidy Hasan struck again after the post lunch session.

Taijul Islam joined the party picking up the wickets of Roston Chase,Devendra Bishoo,Shane Dowrich and Kemar Roach to complete his six wickets haul.

The Sunil Ambris(43),Jomel Warrican(41)and Shimron Hetmyer(27)were the only three West Indies batsmen who able to reach the double figure in the face of tight bowling display by the Tigers’bowlers especially Taijul Islam.

Apart from Taijul Islam’s six wickets haul for 33 runs,Mehidy Hasan and Shakib Al Hasan shared two West Indies’s wickets conceding 27 and 30 runs respectively.

Mominul Haque of Bangladesh was named the player of the match for hisa impressive batting performance.Earlier,Bangladesh resumed their second innings on the third day with overnight score at 55 for 5 and finally dismissed their second innings at 125 setting 204 runs winning target for West Indies.

Shannon Gabriel struck early on Bangladesh innings removing Mushfiqur Rahim(19)making him a clean bowled.

Mehidy Hasan(18)however added 37 runs for seventh wicket stand with Maumudullah to take the team past to hundred runs landmark before he fall to Devendra Bishoo.

After the departure of Mehidy Hasan,wickets fall like nine pin balls as Bangladesh lost their last four wickets in just 19 runs with Mahmudullah was thelast man to go for 31.

Devendra Bishoo was the pick of West Indies bowlers taking four Bangladesh wickets conceding 26 runs.He was well supported by Roston Chase who claimed three wickets giving away 18 runs.

Besides,Jomel Warrican bagged two wickets for 43 runs.

Brief score:

Bangladesh 1st innings–324 for all,Mominul 120,Kayes 44,Shakib 34,

Taijul 39 n.o,Naeem 26,Mehidy 22,Mithun 20,Jomel Warrican 2/62 and

Shannon Gabriel 4/70.

2nd innings–125 for all,Mahmudullah 31,Mushfiqur 19,Mehidy 18,Mithun

17,Soumya 11,Bishoo 4/26 and Roston Chase 3/18 and Jomel Warrican 2/43.

West Indies 1st innings–246 for all,Hetmyer 63,Dowrich 63,Roston 31,

Sunil 19,Powell 14,Nayeem 5/61,Shakib 3/43.

2nd innings–139 for all,Ambris 43,Warrican 41,Hetmyer 27,Taijul 6/33

Mehidy 2/27 and Shakib 2/30.

IPL 2020 likely to be held from September 26 to November 8

New Delhi | Jagran Sports Desk: Board of Cricket for Control in India has come up with a tentative schedule for the 13th edition of Indian Premier League. The cricket body is likely to conduct the event from September 26 to November 7. It is also planning to shift the venue of the tournament to United Arab Emirates. However, the fate of the tournament is linked to the ICC T20 World Cup, scheduled between October 18 and November 15.

A final call on the T20 world cup is expected to be taken at the online ICC Board meeting on Monday. BCCI is keenly awaiting ICCs decision, to be announced by 4 pm today. In case of postponement, BCCI is expected to set the ball rolling for IPL. Hosts Cricket Australia (CA) Chairman Earl Eddings has already termed the idea of hosting T20 World Cup amid the COVID-19 pandemic as “unrealistic”.

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“While it hasn’t been formally called off this year, or postponed, trying to get 16 countries into Australia in the current world, where most countries are still going through COVID spiking, I think it’s unrealistic, or it’s going to be very, very difficult,” Eddings told reporters.

With India’s caseload also exceeding the 10 lakh mark, including more than 26,000 deaths, the Indian cricket body hopes to get a green-signal from the government of India to move the IPL outside India.

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“As of now, nothing has been decided.We are watching the situation very closely and keeping track as far as hosting of the IPL is concerned. We are exploring all options and some countries have offered to hold the IPL, UAE also. But we are going to wait and watch and will speak to the government. We will do whatever is in the best interest of the country and cricket, will discuss in IPL GC (governing council),” new agency ANI reported quoted BCCI official.

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Riverside Rugby League World Cup Fixture Revealed

Tonga v Cook Islands to be staged at the Riverside Stadium…

The Rugby League World Cup 2021 tournament organisers have today revealed the much-anticipated fixture schedule for what promises to be the biggest and best World Cup in the history of the sport, as the men’s, women’s and wheelchair teams all compete at the same time in a major sporting first.

Tees Valley will be hosting a men’s RLWC2021 fixture, when Tonga take on Cook Islands at the Riverside Stadium. The match will take place on Sunday November 7 at 2.30pm.

In June, it was revealed that Tees Valley will be the team training base for Cook Islands men’s team.

Jon Dutton, RLWC2021 Chief Executive, said: “This is a huge moment for the tournament and for fans in our host cities and towns as we reveal the full fixture schedule.

“The tournament has been gaining momentum over recent months and fans can now look forward to being part of this unique global event. With match dates and locations confirmed, the excitement will only intensify.

“RLWC2021 will bring together the very best that the sport has to offer, and you can see from the schedule that there is no end of world class, not-to-be-missed matches, across all three tournaments.

“It Is an exciting day for all our Rugby League fans and communities across England who will be proud and brilliant hosts to the travelling nations as together we deliver the biggest and best Rugby League World Cup to date.”

Middlesbrough FC Chief Financial Officer David Joyes said: “We’re delighted to be welcoming Tonga and the Cook Islands to the Riverside Stadium. It’s the final game of the group stage and there is a real Polynesian rivalry between the two countries so it should be a cracking occasion.

“Being able to bring the Rugby League World Cup 2021 to Teesside is something we are incredibly proud of and we’re sure the people of the region will really get behind such a prestigious sporting event.”

With 61 fixtures over a six-week period the tournament will showcase a festival of world class sporting action. The dates, venues and kick-off times* for each of the three tournaments is now confirmed and available to view at www.RLWC2021.com

Please visit www.RLWC2021.com for more information, for details on how to sign up to receive ticket alerts and all the latest news first.

Break a Battle

On the 30th June @ 19:35

The 15th round of CFA Cup for the season of 2019

Shanghai SIPG will go to South to compete against Shenzhen FC

That Year, The Hope Lights Up

Break a Battle, Let the Night be Brilliant

Record of 5 recent matches from both teams

2012-07-13    Shanghai East Asia 3:3 Shenzhen FC ( China League One)

2012-03-24    Shenzhen FC 0:1 Shanghai East Asia ( China League One)

Record of 5 recent matches from Shanghai SIPG

2019-06-26    Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC 4:6 Shanghai SIPG ( ACL)

2019-06-22    Shanghai SIPG 3:0 Beijing Renhe ( CSL)

2019-06-19    Shanghai SIPG 1:1 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC ( ACL)

2019-06-14    Shanghai SIPG 0:2 Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao ( CSL)

2019-06-02    Dalian Yifang 1:2 Shanghai SIPG ( CSL)

Record of 5 recent matches from Shenzhen FC

2019-06-22    Henan Jianye 1:0 Shenzhen FC ( CSL)

2019-06-16    Shenzhen FC 0:0 Tianjin Teda ( CSL)

2019-06-01    Wuhan Zall 2:0 Shenzhen FC ( CSL)

2019-05-26    Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao 1:0 Shenzhen FC ( CSL)

2019-05-19    Shenzhen FC 1:2 Dalian Yifang ( CSL)

Long Time No See

On the 19th June @ 20:00

For the 1st round of eighth-final of ACL League Group Tournament in the season of 2019

Shanghai SIPG will compete against Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC in Shanghai Stadium

Long Time No See

History records between two teams

2016-09-13    Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC 5:0 Shanghai SIPG ( ACL)

2016-08-23    Shanghai SIPG 0:0 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC ( ACL)

Previous five tournament result for Shanghai SIPG

2019-06-14    Shanghai SIPG 0:2 Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao ( CSL)

2019-06-02    Dalian Yifang 1:2 Shanghai SIPG ( CSL)

2019-05-29    Shanghai SIPG 4:0 BJFC ( CFA Cup)

2019-05-26    Shanghai SIPG 2:1 Beijing Guoan ( CSL)

2019-05-21    Shanghai SIPG 5:0 Ulsan Hyundai ( ACL)

Previous five tournament result for Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC

2019-06-15    IUFC 0:1 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC ( K League)

2019-06-02    Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC 2:0 Sangju Sangmu Phoenix ( K League)

2019-05-29    Gangwon FC 2:3 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC ( K League)

2019-05-26    Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC 4:1 Gyeongnam FC ( K League)

2019-05-21    Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC 0:0 Buriram United ( ACL)

Poster. Moving Forward

On the 17th September @ 18:30

The 2nd round of semi-final for AFC champion league in 2019

Shanghai SIPG will play against Urawa Red Diamonds

Eager to break through

Go for the battle without fearless

History records between two teams

2019-08-27    Shanghai SIPG 2:2 Urawa Red Diamonds ( ACL)

2017-10-18    Urawa Red Diamonds 1:0 Shanghai SIPG( ACL)

2017-09-27    Shanghai SIPG 1:1 Urawa Red Diamonds ( ACL)

2017-04-11    Urawa Red Diamonds 1:0 Shanghai SIPG( ACL)

2017-03-15   Shanghai SIPG 3:2 Urawa Red Diamonds ( ACL)

Previous five tournament result for Shanghai SIPG

2019-09-13    Shandong Luneng 3:1 Shanghai SIPG ( CSL)

2019-08-27    Shanghai SIPG 2:2 Urawa Red Diamonds ( ACL)

2019-08-20    Shanghai SIPG 0:2 Shandong Luneng ( CFA Cup)

2019-08-14    Shanghai SIPG 5:1 Tianjin Teda ( CSL)

2019-08-09    Guangzhou R&F 2:2 Shanghai SIPG Shanghai SIPG ( CSL)

Previous five tournament result for Urawa Red Diamonds

2019-09-13    Urawa Red Diamonds 1:2 Cerezo Osaka ( J League)

2019-09-08    Kashima Antlers 2:2 Urawa Red Diamonds ( League Cup)

2019-09-04    Urawa Red Diamonds 2:3 Kashima Antlers ( League Cup)

2019-09-01    Shonan Bellmare 1:1 Urawa Red Diamonds ( J League)

2019-08-27    Shanghai SIPG 2:2 Urawa Red Diamonds ( ACL)

Jürgen Klopp: We want to be the spot for everybody with a Scouse soul

Jürgen Klopp wants Liverpool to be the destination for ‘Scouse souls’ as he reinforced the importance of providing a pathway for Academy players.

Curtis Jones was on the scoresheet in Liverpool’s Premier League outing with Aston Villa on Sunday just a day after signing a new long-term contract, while 17-year-old Harvey Elliott penned his first professional deal with the club at the start of the week.

Speaking at a press conference previewing Wednesday’s clash with Brighton and Hove Albion, Klopp explained the ‘door is really wide open’ for talented and hungry young footballers.

Read below for the boss’ thoughts…

On how the future looks for Liverpool…

Good. But it depends on how you see the future. What is the future? In my life, there was never a period where I knew less about my future. I pretty often didn’t know how it would be. But the future of all of us, I think it’s the first time that no one knows exactly how it will be. We cannot cut that off the general situation. The general situation is that we’re all waiting for a vaccine against this awful disease. That’s the future of all of us. As a football club, we are not worried about the future: we have a good team and we have a good age group. The future is already prepared with a few really, really good footballers around us and I’m really happy that the boys see it the same way. I’ve said a lot of times, for young players, the biggest plus they have is time. But in the moment when they lose patience, things can go not exactly like they should go.

Our boys want to play and be involved, see every day in training that they are really close, but are not losing patience for it not working out tomorrow and playing 90 minutes every three days. We try to help them as much as we can to become the best player they can be. We do that with all the players, but with the younger ones, the responsibility on our side is obviously even bigger. I really like that these boys are committed 100 per cent to that way, and it’s a wonderful sign for all of us. How I said, the next few [players] are already lined up, if you want. Our Academy is producing a lot of good players in the last few years and we are really happy that the boys want to be part of that process, even when it’s then the first time in their life they don’t play week in, week out. But they have a lot to learn and we give them the time to do so.

On always having a local player in a Premier League squad…

I don’t know if that will always be possible, to be honest. I think it’s a bit easier for the London clubs. I’m not sure if they have to come from Chelsea directly to be a local lad, or if it’s allowed that you’re from another part of London and it’s local. We try and we want to be the spot for everybody with a Scouse soul. It’s not a competition with Everton, but if you love football, you’re talented and ready to work hard, then we want you to be here. For that, we need to show the boys that there is a way through. We have to show perspective, that’s our responsibility. It’s really nice that the boys are now so close to it; Trent made it and the three others are really close to getting through. That’s an important sign for all the other kids around: this is a club where you can have pretty much everything. You can play together with world-class players; you can train with them and you can make sure that you improve as much as you can. Then, the club is ready to give you a chance. If that will always be the case, depends on the boys. We cannot create a football player if the football player is not ready for it. If you’re a talented boy and have the desire to improve, the door is really wide open.

On the possibility of more game-time in the Premier League next season for Jones, Elliott and Neco Williams…

That’s always the plan. One is about education and the other is then showing that education works, training works and that they’re ready. We don’t only have the boys here because they are nice, humble, good-looking or whatever. They are here because, in the moment, they mainly get the benefit from what we do but that’s a fair deal because, in the end, we get the benefit from what they’re doing. That’s how it is and that’s how you deal with your kids. What pleases me the most about it is that the boys are so humble and hard-working in that age group. The perfect scenario is that we have role-model professionals around, these slightly elder guys, who just show how you have to be if you want to make your way. If the boys follow this path, with the talent they have, it’s pretty likely that they will have a proper career. That’s good news.

You need luck injury-wise and stuff like this but, here, we will always try to use them as often as possible. The dream is to have all boys but it will not happen now in the next five years, but maybe in 10 years it would be great if we could have a team full of Scousers, why not? That’s not a bad thing to be a Scouser, it’s a good thing because they are hard-working and it’s clear that they will fight like crazy. A few things are really nice already in the characteristics of a Scouser. Good. But the door is open for all the other boys who want to play football, good football. Liverpool is a very open-minded club.

On Neco Williams becoming Trent Alexander-Arnold’s understudy…

There’s always a picture now. Neco made exactly the same steps like Harvey and Curtis, for example. Neco is a bit lucky now with the full-back situation: we have actually two plus Neco, three plus Millie [Milner] and Joe [Gomez] who we can. It’s a little bit easier to have minutes in a very intense time than it is, for example, Harvey. But that doesn’t mean Harvey does not make big steps. It’s unbelievable, he’s still 17. It’s unbelievable how good he is. Timing is always important in life and whatever you can create by yourself, whatever you can create by yourself, whatever we can produce together and by ourselves, the better it is. It saves money, of course. But on the other side, these boys need time. But we will use them as often as possible, that’s the plan with them. Whatever we can save out there, in the crazy world of the transfer market, is good of course. But the boys have to commit.

Neco Williams: I watch and learn from Trent every day at Melwood

That’s why I’m so happy about the two contracts [Harvey and Curtis] as there is always an easier way, if you want. You can either make sure that you are now in the best place and it means playing week in, week out or that you prepare your career. And we are here for preparing careers until the moment is there until the boys can play week in, week out. How I said, as long as the boys are committed to that way, it will be really good for them. We have proven in the past and I proved it probably at Dortmund and now here at Liverpool since we were here, it’s not about how old you are, it’s not about who you are, it’s only about how good you are and then you will play.

On the club’s plan for Rhian Brewster, who is out on loan at Swansea City…

For the plans with Rhian, we talk to Rhian and not here. There’s nothing to say really. Yes, it was unbelievably important and I was really happy that we had the opportunity to do so [go out on loan]. He plays his first proper senior year; he had an awful injury and needed a really long time. That’s why we said when he came back it doesn’t make sense to be a striker sometimes in the squad, sometimes not. It was clear that his situation is different to a lot of other situations from the boys in the club and I was really happy that he could go to his former coach, who he knew from the youth national teams. That helped a lot and they really wanted him and that’s very important for a young striker because you cannot score every week and you should still stay on the pitch. It happened now at Swansea and he has played a good season. Rhian has shown absolutely his talent, that’s clear. In the moment, nearly perfect how it is. But how it will be next year, we will talk about it with him and his representatives.