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Following the incident, nowhere near the same way in which he commanded authority at Chelsea, Hamilton’s new teammate and the only other driver to win a race, It was a day to remember for Plymouth and the minnows fancy their chances of causing a famous shock in the replay at Home Park if Klopp fields another weakened team. it looked like a 1-2-3 for Kenya.to be a threat to Pakistan bowlers.Leading the way have been Joe Root and skipper Morgan who continue to provide strength to England’s middle order With a century against Bangladesh and fifty against New Zealand Root is the fourth highest run-getter for the hosts England started their campaign with a thumping victory over Bangladesh courtesy to Root’s unbeaten 133 and well-supported knocks by opener Alex Hales (95) and Morgan’s 61-ball 75 Two big partnerships saw England chase down a target of 306 with ease Despite Tamim Iqbal’s 128 and 79 by Mushfiqur Rahim Bangladesh failed to capitalisethe momentum in the last five overs England dominated New Zealand in the second game Fifties by Hales Root and Jos Buttler paved way for them to register an 87-run win over struggling New Zealand Lately batting first has been their strength and they showcased it when they set New Zealand a target of 311 After their batsmen put up a brilliant show with the bat right-arm seamer Plunkett led England’s bowling attack and returned with the bowling figures of 4/55 in 93 overs Apart from Plunkett Mark Wood and Jake Ball have been magnificent with the ball Facing desperate Australia who were looking for a win after their previous two matches being abandoned by the rain England persisted against the mighty Aussies and ruined their hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages with a 40-run (D/L) win atBirmingham Chasing atotal of 277 England rode on Ben Stokes unbeaten knock of 102 to eliminate Australia from the tournament They now face Pakistan who had a bumpy ride all the way The semi-final match between England and Pakistan will be played on June 14 at the Cardiff England who have the momentum with home conditions and crowd support favouring them will be hoping of making it to the consecutive finals in the ICC tournament The two teams faced off last year in Tests and ODI with the hosts winning the one-day series 4-1 while the Pakistan leveling the four-match series 2-2 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sonal Gera | New Delhi | Updated: October 20 2015 2:51 pm Starring Zareen Khan Sharman Joshi Karan Singh Grover and Daisy Shah the third edition of the ‘Hate Story’ series is more erotic and more raunchy than its previous two Related News The ‘Hate Story 3’ trailer is out and as expected it’s nothing but love lust vengeance and mystery all entangled into one Starring Zareen Khan Sharman Joshi Karan Singh Grover and Daisy Shah the third edition of the ‘Hate Story’ series is more erotic and more raunchy than its previous two From the beginning till its end the trailer is all about what the movie is meant for – erotica Sharman and Zareen form a couple madly in love with each other Enter Karan Singh Grover and yeah a skimpily clad KSG in the picture He tries to create a rift between the much-in-love couple through treachery and bargain And what’s the biggest deal – The wife There’s Salman Khan’s heroine from ‘Jai Ho’ – Daisy Shah – in the movie too She is also scantily dressed just like the other three KSG and Daisy habe some really hot and steamy scenes It breaks our heart to see the talented Sharman Joshi in such kind of a movie KSG has been-there-done-that in Bipasha Basu starrer ‘Alone’ so there’s no surprise here We also fail to understand why Zareen and Daisy are in the movie But then this movie is not for the brains And yes there’s the classic song ‘Tumhe Apna Banaane Ki Kasam Khaayi Hai’ from ‘Sadak’ ruined to bits Click to watch the official trailer of Vishal Pandya’s directorial ‘Hate Story 3’ here For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsRod Laver Arena is where the tennis action has been for the last two weeks But it is not the only place to watch the action No big ticket for the big games No worries mate as they keep saying in this country You can watch the game on the big screen in so many places without reaching too deep into your wallet There is Grand Slam Oval that little block within Melbourne Park that recreates every city that hosts a Grand Slam There is Garden Square where the foliage and fountains provide relief from the stinging heat There is the slope outside Show Court two ideal for a lazy stretch or even a discreet nap with the sun glasses on Else find the two big screens in the AO Festival area outside the grounds There are options for everyone Rafael Nadal AP But for me the best place to watch the Australian Open besides inside the arena itself is Federation Square Melbourne’s cultural hub Federation Square is flanked by the Yarra river and the CBD in one direction In the other it is juxtaposed by the renaissance architecture of Flinders Street station the ultra modern metal faade of the Australian Centre for the Moving Image Thus hedged between water and steel history and attempted art it was an appropriate place to watch the single handed backhand go up against the whipping forehand The paved courtyard recipient of the many million footsteps a day got a breather on Friday when the match began as people settled down on every available space Its upward incline made for an unobstructed view of the big screen and the biggest bonus was that we could hear the commentary which isn’t aired on any of the screens inside Melbourne Park Plus it was free so the crowds were larger and more colourful unrestrained by the etiquettes that come with tennis In short it was the perfect place to watch Rafael Nadal win his semi final The big screen cast half the crowd in the shadow of the setting sun when the match began But there was no split loyalty; much like the crowd inside Rod Laver arena the Dimitrov supporters were vocal but in a minority This was Rafa’s crowd just as it had been Roger’s the night before Some had brought deck chairs some found ledges to sit on but most just leant back on their elbows or used their backpacks as pillows There were canoodling couples packs of friends small and large and the odd lone wolf I happily took my place among this last category for the first point Nadal seemed to take the first set before Grigor Dimitrov had time to process that he was a break down The tactic of attacking the one handed backhand with the forehand top spin worked but only till then After that Dimitrov seemed to play the backhand more mindfully picking his moments to fire in winners showing that it was no longer the weakness it once was The second set was a shouting match only the players seemed to be trading hard fought breaks not coarse insults First Dimitrov went ‘Break you’ when Nadal got his forehand wrong in the fourth game Nadal replied with ‘Break you back’ benefitting from a double fault And on it went for another round until the Dimitrov laughed last with the late break; a stinging retort to which Nadal had no time to reply The next two sets saw probably the best tennis of the tournament Shots that crisscrossed the court like the wires suspending the yellow bulbs above us Agility that got the public to inhale and exhale as one something no yoga class will ever achieve As the old Flinders Street clock ticked past ten the crowd thinned some and two tie breaks later perhaps just a thousand faithful still remained with nail marks on their palms from the fist pumps On court it seemed Nadal had no business winning that match He hit 45 winners to Dimitrov’s 79 He had less than half the Bulgarian’s 20 aces His first serve was on an average 13 km an hour slower and his fastest serve was nowhere comparable But this was a champion athlete; always chasing balls back in taking the game deep until his opponent had to defeat his own body before he could defeat Nadal It was a style of play that surprisingly Dimitrov showed he could play as well Not only were the Bulgarian’s attacking plays astonishing but he made Nadal play more balls to win points chasing down sure shot winners even deep into the fifth set In effect he was trying to beat Nadal by being Nadal The one stat Nadal did have in his favour was the errors The Spaniard showed how to play attritionaltennis with 43 errors to Dimitrov’s 70 He chose his battles He knew he couldn’t out-serve Dimitrov So he out lasted him With Nadal five-four up in the fifth Dimitrov finally pushed that backhand long and the faithful at Federation Square were rewarded Hands went up in the crowd as Nadal went down; a roar went up as Nadal went quiet Well past midnight Federation Square was now showing bald patches of pavement where previously there were only people but the exultation of joy and not a little relief was undiluted It was not as loud as it was on the previous night though I was there when Roger Federer scored his winning point after five sets against Stan Wawrinka The conditions were different; the game finished earlier it was a public holiday and it was Federer so naturally the place was packed For those few hours Federation Square became simply Fed Square It will be even better on Sunday; an event which in Nadal’s own words “could never happen again” After the game I pulled an all-nighter to write most of this piece something I never do But I could not help it My head was buzzing as I sat down at my laptop and when sleep did look to overcome me I simply thought of the endless energy Rafael Nadal had just displayed By his own admission he had outdone himself: outrun age dodged injury and punched past a gifted opponent In the process he had gifted us a final for the ages I thought of his fortitude his drive his doggedness and I kept 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