first_img2nd race: The Democracy Plate (Div I) (Cat II),2nd race: The Democracy Plate (Div I) (Cat II), dist 1100 M Vijay Sakhi (M/s Vijay Racing & Farms Pvt Ltd rep by M/s Vijay Kumar Gupta & Susheel Kumar Gupta & Mr Ahmed Alam Khan) 59.5 Srinath first Always Together 57.5 Aneel second Red Express 54.5 carried 53 K Sai Kiran third Dandy Girl 53 AkshayKumar fourth All tweleve ran Won by : 1 3/4 l, Neck, 1 1/4 l Time : One minute 07.77 seconds Tote : Rs 8 for win, Rs 6, Rs 22 and Rs 19 for places Favourite: Vijay Sakhi (Winner) Winner Trained by: Laxman S Forecast : Rs 119 Shp : Rs 72 Quinela : rs 94 Tanala : Rs 1023 each paid on 72 tickets. (more) PTI COR KR RSY ATlast_img

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India are teaching us a lesson: New Zealand captain Kane Williamson after series defeat

first_img3rd ODI, Brief Scores: India (244/3) beat New Zealand (243) by 7 wickets to take an unbeatable 3-0 series lead. Rohit (62), Kohli (60), Rayudu (40*).New Zealand captain Kane Williamson on Monday said that Virat Kohli’s India are teaching them a cricketing lesson in the ongoing five-match ODI series. Williamson’s Black Caps suffered their third straight defeat earlier in the day and conceded an unassailable 3-0 lead to the visitors in Mount Maunganui.Williamson lauded Ross Taylor and Tom Latham, who stitched a 119-run stand for the fourth wicket following his dismissal. Taylor missed out on a hundred by 7 runs and Latham by 49 runs but New Zealand managed only 243 as they kept losing wickets at regular intervals.The hosts managed to keep India’s wrecker-in-chief Kuldeep Yadav quiet but the likes of Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal and comeback man, Hardik Pandya came up with an all-round bowling effort.”They [India] are a very good side and they are teaching us a lesson. There are improvements today and we want to appreciate some of the lessons we have learnt from their side. The consistency about their plans and the way they forced some mistakes I guess we gotta be better than that,” Williamson said.Finishing touches courtesy @DineshKarthik & @RayuduAmbati after half centuries from @ImRo45 & @imVkohli takes #TeamIndia to a 7-wicket win in the 3rd ODI. 3-0 #NZvIND (@BCCI) January 28, 2019″The margins are large in white cricket but it does require a lot of improvement. I think everybody is wanting to contribute more. The wicket was tough and the partnership between Latham and Ross was outstanding. I think we are going okay with the ball in hand. We need early wickets to put pressure on the opposition.”advertisementIndia gunned down the 244-run target with seven overs and seven wickets to spare after Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli hit half-centuries each. Both the batsmen weren’t able to steer India past the finish line but Ambati Rayudu and Dinesh Karthik stitched an unbeaten 77-run stand after the quick dismissals of Rohit and Kohli.The ongoing series was expected to offer a stiff test to the Asian giants, who had reached New Zealand on the back of historic Test and ODI series wins in Australia. However, New Zealand have failed to live up to the reputation of ODI powerhouses as both their bowling and batting efforts look lackluster.Meanwhile, Virat Kohli will play no further part in the ongoing tour of New Zealand as the India captain has been rested for the remainder of the ODI series and the upcoming T20I series, starting February 6.Shedding light on a well-deserved break, Kohli said: ” I haven’t had a break for a long time. It’s been a very hectic Australian tour and now I go on a break very happy 3-0 up sealing the series. I can relax and enjoy my break.”Also Read | I can enjoy my break now: Virat Kohli after India win ODI series vs New ZealandAlso Read | Mohammed Shami your English bahut acha, Simon Doull tells India pacerAlso Read | New Zealand police warn public to beware of Virat Kohli’s Indian team in funny postAlso See:last_img read more

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