Cricket / oneday

England win the match by 12 runs against Pakistan
source England opener Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow give team England a good start as both had a partnership of 90+ runs for the 1st wicket. Jonny Bairstow is so great in form because he had played good knock in every match of Indian premier league. Now, England will try new players in the team as to give rest for let player. The world cup is near and they don't want huge change before the world cup. England is 1-0 lead before the match on 14th May. First ODI was washout due to rain and so now 5 match of comes to r match ODI. world cup match is host by England and so they will try their best to win the world cup. With the big names in the team, England will win the match and they will even able to beat India in league round. source In the second ODI England had the first batting and they scored a handsome total of 373 runs which includes the century of jobs butter who played a brilliant century not out knock of 110 runs in just 55 balls. With this England, the team got a good finisher. Support from Eoin Morgan of 71 runs in 48 balls which takes a score to a good total. Now it's time for the England bowlers to put Pakistan batsman under pressure. From Pakistan side, Fakhar Zaman had a century of 138 runs which took the score near to target. Later on, Asif Ali and Babar Azam both individually had a half-century on their name but they can't able to give victory to the team. They remain short of 12 runs and with this England win the match and are 1-0 lead in 2 matches. Quote - "Failure will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong enough". Author- Og Mandino With Regards @muchukunda
Virat Kohli’s consistency is what makes him stand apart
As he goes about shattering records in world cricket, people feel he is just in “the form of his life”. But only a few know that there is hardly any period when he is out of form. If you take away the 2014 series in England, then I am sure you will have a hard time remembering his lean patch since his debut more than 10 years ago. The longevity of a player in any sport is directly proportional to the consistency he/she shows. The longer you perform, longer you stay in the team. No rocket science behind this fact. Virat has shown growth beyond anyone’s expectations. Yuvraj Singh once said, “What we learnt in 10 years of playing cricket, Virat learnt it in 3 years”. That was quite a compliment given the fact it was from one of the best limited overs cricketers. When Rohit Sharma goes about making double hundreds for fun, one does not stop calling him a better batsman than the Indian skipper. To be honest, on that given day when Rohit is on song, he is better, but given the fact that Kohli does it on a regular basis makes the opinions go one sided. It is the consistency that Rohit lacks and Virat more than makes up for that. Not to mention the hard yards that he puts, the high fitness regime that he follows have played very important roles in his success. Having an average in excess of 50 over all three formats for a longer duration is no ordinary achievement. He is just over 30 and looks likely to leapfrog Tendulkar in terms of his long standing record of 49 centuries in one day cricket. The master of chases is already being touted as the “greatest one day player ever” with people like Vivian Richards supporting the statement just mentioned. Well, he does keep justifying the statement himself, doesn’t he ? Let’s just hope that he keeps doing what he is doing now for as long as he can and take Indian cricket to an even further level.