The Times of India (New Delhi edition) : 2019-02-11

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TIMES SPORT THE TIMES OF INDIA, NEW DELHI | MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2019 CAVANI DOUBTFUL FOR PSG’S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE GAME AGAINST MANCHESTER UNITED | 19 PAUL CASEY LEADS MICKELSON BY THREE AFTER 54 HOLES IN PEBBLE BEACH EVENT | 18 2 NUMBERS GAME 161.99 INDIA’S HIGHEST LOSING TOTALS IN T20Is Total RR Opponent Strike rate registered by Colin Munro while aggregating 1411 at an average of 33.59, including three hundreds and nine 50s, in 52 matches — the highest among the batsmen with 700 runs or more in T20Is. Munro’s 72 is his second highest score vs India behind the 109 not out at Rajkot on Nov 4, 2017 244/4 12.20 West Indies 208/6 10.40 New Zealand 199/5 9.95 South Africa 9.60 190/6 9.50 West Indies 9-7-2017 Stats: Rajesh Kumar 54-0 Runs conceded by Krunal Pandya without capturing a wicket — his second worst bowling analysis in T20Is behind the 4-0-55-0 vs Australia at Brisbane on November 21, 2018. Four times in nine matches, he has failed to capture a wicket despite bowling four overs each time. 300 Dhoni has become the first Indian player and the 13th overall to appear in 300 T20 matches or more. Two players with 400-plus appearances are Kieron Pollard (446) and Dwayne Bravo (429). Rajesh Kumar Disappointing to not cross the line but we fought well right till the end. We’ve to learn from the mistakes we made and move ahead. Would’ve been nice to fly back with a series win, but yes, lot of positives through the tour, looking forward to heading home and playing Australia PTI SCOREBOARD T Seifert st Dhoni b Yadav 43, C Munro c H Pandya b Yadav 72, K Williamson c Yadav b Ahmed 27, C De Grandhomme c Dhoni b Bhuvneshwar 30, D Mitchell (not out) 19, R Taylor (not out) 14. 1-80, 2-135, 3-150, 4-193; Bhuvneshwar 4-0-37-1, Ahmed 4-0-47-1, Hardik 4-0-44-0, Krunal 4-0-54-0, Kuldeep 4-0-26-2. S Dhawan c Mitchell b Santner 5, R Sharma c Seifert b Mitchell 38, V Shankar c De Grandhomme b Santner 43, R Pant c Williamson b Tickner 28, H Pandya c Williamson b Kuggeleijn 21, Dhoni c Southee b Mitchell 2, D Karthik (not out) 33, K Pandya (not out) 26. 1-6, 2-81, 3-121, 4-141, 5-145, 6-145; Santner 3-0-32-2, Southee 4-0-47-0, Kuggeleijn 4-0-37-1, Tickner 4-0-34-1, Sodhi 2-0-30-0, Mitchell 3-0-27-2 | INDIA CAPTAIN Extras (LB- We need someone who can bat through 20 overs and someone who can go in at the middle overs and get runs later on PTI | INDIA OPENER NZ won by 2 runs. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Oz refuse to play in Pak, series shifted to UAE Australia have refused to any of the ODI series matches in Pakistan due to security concerns and the two teams will now compete in the World Cup preparatory fivematch rubber in the UAE. After much delay the Pakistan Cricket Board on Sunday finally announced that the oneday series would be played entirely in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from March 22 to 31. The PCB had invited CA to send its team to Karachi to play one or two matches. “The PCB was optimistic that it will be able to convince Cricket Australia to send its side for some matches after successfully staging highprofile bilateral series and the Pakistan Super League matches in the past 18 months,” PCB director cricket - international, Zakir Khan, said. Karachi: PTI

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