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brandishing pistols, Pirates completely dominated the first while Titans showed signs of a comeback in the later part of the game. Pirates captain Pardeep Narwal was brilliant once again as he recorded his fifth Super 10 against the Hyderabad-based team.what is important is what you learn from wherever you go. For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBerlin:Bayern Munich again threw away a two-goal lead in the draw at Hertha Berlin as the Bundesliga giants seek a replacement for fired coach Carlo Ancelotti Borussia Dortmund’s scrappy 2-1 win at Augsburg was branded "the worst since I arrived" by coach Peter Bosz but was good enough to leave them five points clear of second-placed Bayern Willy Sagnol Bayern’s caretaker coach for Sunday’s 2-2 draw in Berlin looks to have lost another star with Franck Ribery sidelined by injury with Manuel Neuer already out Here are five things we learned from the seventh round of German Bundesliga matches: Tuchel Nagelsmann Bayern are hunting for a new coach after Ancelotti’s dismissal last Thursday with ex-Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel and Hoffenheim’s Julian Nagelsmann among the favourites Tuchel 44 was dismissed by Dortmund in May after a disagreement with CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke but is seen as one of Germany’s top coaches Nagelsmann 30 was voted Germany’s coach of 2016 but has a contract with Hoffenheim until 2021 Bayern will use this week’s international break to finalise Ancelotti’s replacement but experts differ over whether Tuchel is the right man "He is a very clever person has a lot of ideas about football and will fit in very well at Bayern" said Germany star Sami Khedira However ex-Germany captain Lothar Matthaeus says Nagelsmann is the man Bayern really want "He is first-choice for Uli Hoeness (Bayern’s president) and if you want something you want the A1 solution" said the 56-year-old "Until he comes they may need someone to carry them over but in that case it won’t be Tuchel" Aubameyang’s howler Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang reacts after missing his penalty against Augsburg AFP Pierre-Emerick has converted just four of his last seven spot-kick attempts but remains Borussia Dortmund’s main penalty taker The Gabon hot-shot had a howler when he weakly fired at Augsburg goalkeeper Marwin Hitz in the 80th minute of Saturday’s 2-1 win at Augsburg "Auba will take them" said coach Peter Bosz when asked whether he will change his penalty taker "It wasn’t good against Augsburg that’s clear but he’ll only have a bad game like that perhaps twice a year — and he already has one behind him" Werner stress Germany striker Timo Werner sat out RB Leipzig’s win at Cologne on Sunday after being taken with dizziness in last Wednesday’s Champions League defeat at Besiktas The 21-year-old was in clear distress in Istanbul and complained of pains in his ears due to the crowd noise at the Turkish side’s stadium Leipzig say he has a problem with the muscles in his spine and neck caused by a heavy playing schedule His club say it is doubtful Werner will link up with the Germany squad for Thursday’s World Cup qualifier away to Northern Ireland in which Germany need a point to qualify for Russia 2018 Two yellows zero minutes Hamburg and Werder Bremen are relegation contenders after Saturday’s dreadful north German derby ended in a goalless draw with both clubs now in the bottom three In total 40 fouls were committed in Hamburg to dampen the hosts’ 130th-anniversary celebrations Bremen’s reserve goalkeeper Michael Zetterer picked up one of the four yellow cards for challenging a decision from the bench It was his second booking this season as a substitute — and he has yet to play a single minute of league football Cologne’s Stoeger safe File photo of Cologne coach Peter Stoger Reuters Cologne are bottom with a solitary point from seven games but coach Peter Stoeger is not in danger of becoming the third German league coach sacked this season — for now Sunday’s 2-1 defeat by RB Leipzig leaves Cologne six points from safety but Stoeger remains in charge "Just because the team are playing badly doesn’t mean we have to make changes" said club director Joerg Schmadtke Having signed veteran Claudio Pizarro who turns 39 on Tuesday Cologne hope the league’s top-scoring foreigner will add to his tally of 191 goals for Bayern and Bremen Rajkot: Skipper Virat Kohli hit an unbeaten 49 under pressure before India pulled off a tense draw on the final day of the first Test against England in Rajkot on Sunday The tourists had declared their second innings at 260-3 shortly after lunch leaving the home side to chase 310 runs off a minimum 49 overs on the fifth and last day But the Indians were soon fighting for survival after losing wickets in a clutch on a wearing track at the Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) ground hosting its first-ever Test Virat Kohli hit six boundaries during his 98-ball innings of 49 AP The Indians finished on 172-6 with local hero Ravindra Jadeja also remaining not out on 32 England had India in early trouble at 71-4 but Kohli steadied the ship with a 47-run partnership that he shared with Ravichandran Ashwin (32) Adil Rashid was the pick of the bowlers with 3-64 while his spin partners Moeen Ali and Zafar Ansari took one wicket apiece India’s second innings began on a shaky note with opener Gautam Gambhir falling to paceman Chris Woakes for a duck Leg-spinner Rashid then got going getting rid of Cheteshwar Pujara (18) who was trapped leg-before-wicket and Murali Vijay for 31 Both Pujara and Vijay had hit centuries in India’s first innings total of 488 in reply to England’s 537 Ali shattered the stumps of Ajinkya Rahane (one) and Ansari sent back Ashwin who had proved to be a thorn forEngland the last time they toured India Kohli held his ground amid the mayhem hitting six fours in his crucial 98-ball knock Record opening stand England were bolstered by a 180-run partnership between skipper Alastair Cook (130) and debutant Haseeb Hameed — a record opening stand for England in India It was the 30th Test century for the left-handed Cook and record fifth in India more than any overseas batsman Hameed 19 belied his tender years in making 82 off 177 balls that contained one six and seven boundaries His knock was the highest Test score by a teenager for England beating Jack Crawford’s 74 in Cape Town in 1906 India finally tasted success when leg-spinner Amit Mishra took a sharp return catch as Hameed tried to go for a slog sweep Hameed nicknamed "Baby Boycott" for his unflappable batting technique had scored a stylish 31 during England’s first innings The right-hander is Cook’s 10th different opening partner since the retirement of Andrew Strauss in 2012 and on this form could be the long-term solution at the top of the order England who had elected to bat first owed their huge first innings total to Joe Root Ali and Ben Stokes — all of whom hit centuries England would take a lot of heart from their performance since they came into the series on the back of a first-ever Test defeat to minnows Bangladesh Before this game India had won 12 and drawn one of their last 13 Tests since England’s historic 2-1 triumph in 2012 The two teams now head to Visakhapatnam for the second Test of the marathon five-match series starting on Thursday The other Tests will be played in Mohali Mumbai and Chennai Sydney: Australia’s player of the year David Warner has welcomed a rest before touring India next month saying it’s tough preparing for sub-continental conditions Warner who won back-to-back Allan Border medals on Monday night has been excused from the three one-day games in New Zealand starting next week after a hectic southern summer "We’re running ragged in the outfield. we’re giving everything we can and I’ve run as hard as I can for every ball" the 30-year-old told reporters after the medal ceremony David Warner admitted to his footwork getting a little slow due to the hectic schedule that he has been through of late AP "So that does take its toll" the opening batsman added Warner said he would fly out on 5 February "So I’ve got a bit of time at home which is great" "I’m grateful that you know Cricket Australia (CA) allowing me to get over some little niggles and having a little bit of rest at home to get me ready for India and there’s no excuses there" Australia has won Test and one-day series against Pakistan after losses to South Africa and a tough tour of Sri Lanka and Warner admitted to feeling the strain "I felt probably the first two especially one-dayers this series with Pakistan I’ve felt quite not lazy but my feet weren’t moving" he said "Sometimes they don’t move at all but they were just quite fatigued Australia face Pakistan in Adelaide in their final one-dayer on Thursday having already wrapped up the series 3-1 With a need to get on the front foot batting in India Warner said he could look forward to training after the break "We are going to be working our backsides off physically and mentally as well before we even think about playing the game of cricket (in India)" the vice-captain said "That’s what gets you mentally tough and ready for those conditions It’s not the wicket it’s not the opposition the conditions "You’ve got the heat Players that have been in India know how hard it is just to overcome that let alone the cricket itself You’ve got to acclimatize" Warner smashed consecutive hundreds against Pakistan in Melbourne and Sydney where he also blasted the fastest Australian Test half-century off just 23 balls Top-ranked India play the first Test against Australia at Pune from 23 February Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 6 2012 2:27 am Related News Several Congress workers protested outside the Industrial Area Police Station on Tuesday The protesters accused a woman of conniving with police in order to illegally occupy properties in Sanjay ColonyIndustrial AreaPhase 1and selling them further One of the protestersArvind Singhalleged that Sector 49 resident Sunita had been involved in illegally occupying slums and was also involved in other illegal activities The protesters alleged that Sunita had locked the shop of a doctor in the colony after vandalising the property over some dispute The matter was brought to the notice of the authoritiesbut no action was taken after which the decision to go for a protest was taken The shop was later opened due to the protest Arvind added that the matter had been brought to the knowledge of the SHO For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: July 11 2012 4:32 am Top News LUCKNOW: Fourteen members of a Ghaziabad-based familymostly childrenwere charred to death while three others sustained burn injuries when a Maruti van in which they were travelling caught fire at Elam village of Prabhut Nagar district on Tuesday evening The police said the incident occurred when the LPG gas cylinderfitted in the carleaked Three injured children have been rushed to hospital for treatment SPPrabhut NagarAkhilesh Kumar said the victims were returning home after attending a marriage function at Prabhut Nagar district The police suspect that the victims failed to open the lock of the gate after the car caught fire Only three personsincluding the car drivermanaged to come out Jail inmate dies of heart attack LUCKNOW: An inmate of the Lucknow District Jail reportedly died of heart attack on Tuesday A resident of BengalHitir (24) was lodged in the jail for the last three days under the Railways Act Jail Superintendent Daddi Ram said the victim had not complained of any health problem For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIndia’s 1-2 loss in the 2018 World Cup Qualifying match against Guam an island territory ranked 33 places below them once again sparked a wide range of emotional outbursts on social media Many of these comments were either directed at newly appointed head coach Stephen Constantine or some of the players who were criticized for apparently “playing with fear” The fact remains that it’s easy to scapegoat an individual or a group of individuals because it’s far more convenient to fix the responsibility of an undesirable result on the immediate cause than to solve the problem which in the case of Indian football we all know to be systemic and deep-rooted An interesting point raised by Constantine before the game according to an All India Football Federation (AIFF) official was regarding the ineligibility of Indian-origin players residing outside of India to represent the country Michael Chopra Reuters Guam’s line-up had nine players who were American by birth; all of whom ply their trade at various levels across the US Soccer pyramid including Major League Soccer (MLS) and the North American Soccer League (NASL) By contrast the entire Indian squad has just one – Gurpreet Singh Sandhu second-choice goalkeeper for Norway’s Stabaek FC who was benched for both of India’s qualifying matches thus far The benefits of including players with overseas experience doesn’t require explanation because when it comes to training infrastructure professional management or quality of football India ranks among the lowest in the world It would seem natural therefore for the All India Football Federation (AIFF) to turn to non-resident Indian-origin footballers in an attempt to raise the profile of Indian football This is possible under Article 6 of the FIFA Statutes which lays down the following three circumstances under which a player born in any given country may still represent his country of origin: – His biological mother or father was born in the country – His grandmother or grandfather was born in that country – He has lived continuously in that country for at least two years What then is stopping these players from representing India The answer is the government On 26th December 2008 the Ministry of Sports issued a notification barring non-citizens from representing India in any sport The significance of this ruling with regard to football is that these persons who may qualify for selection under FIFA Law (which says nothing about citizenship) remain ineligible under Indian Law (which requires that they obtain an Indian passport) This kind of bureaucratic influence in sports is one of many reasons holding India back Let’s imagine for a second that this rule didn’t exist and that persons of Indian origin were permitted to represent the country by proving a simple connection such as the birth of their grandfather in India Now think of the Indian-origin footballers written off for not being good enough to represent their countries of residence but would if selected rank among the best India has to offer Two examples that spring to mind are Arata Izumi and Michael Chopra Arata originally a Japanese citizen was born to an Indian-origin father and a Japanese mother with an Indian birth certificate As per FIFA’s rules his situation automatically makes him eligible for selection to the Indian national team The central government’s rule in this regard however disqualified him on the ground that he didn’t hold an Indian passport Michael Chopra’s father was born in India which means he too should’ve been allowed to play for India five years ago when he was desperate for International football but nowhere near good enough for the English team Bob Houghton then head coach of the India planned to include Chopra in the squad for the Asian Cup in 2010 but like Arata he was also declared ineligible India’s loss is unquantifiable They missed out on Arata’s hard work efficiency and technical ability and Michael Chopra’s goal-scoring instinct and Premier League experience – qualities that would have easily placed them among India’s best players at the time FIFA’s Laws and the Indian Government’s stance on the matter differ fundamentally Article 6 (stated earlier) reflects the principle of dual nationality – a concept that is not recognized by the Constitution of India Further complicating the situation is the fact that the Sports Ministry’s position places the AIFF in direct violation of FIFA’s rules the consequences of which may prove to be drastic Article 13 of the General Provisions (dealing with the obligations of FIFA’s member nations) requires every member association to “comply fully with the Statutes regulations directives and decisions of FIFA bodies at any time” Non-compliance with these obligations gives FIFA the power to award sanctions by way of suspensions (Article 14 of the General Provisions) and may even result in permanent expulsion (Article 15 of the General Provisions) in case of a failure to remedy the breach within the specified time period To apply this law to the present context the AIFF may be handed a suspension by FIFA resulting in the loss of its membership rights until such time that the breach is remedied This would lead to disqualification of India’s national as well domestic teams (clubs) from participating in International tournaments until such time that the AIFF ensures compliance with the relevant rule If the AIFF continue to violate FIFA’s rules it may even result in permanent expulsion There are numerous examples in recent history to suggest that FIFA doesn’t hesitate before awarding these sanctions For example: In July 2014 the Nigerian Sports Ministry dismissed the top brass of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) including its President and his executive committee for not solving a player wage dispute during the 2014 World Cup FIFA which is clear on its policy of not allowing governments to meddle in the affairs of football threatened to sanction the Nigerian Federation unless their decision to dismiss the NFF officials was reversed The Government promptly complied and reinstated all those whom it had dismissed More recently in May 2015 the Indonesian Football Federation (PSSI) was suspended following a dispute with the Indonesian Sports Ministry that resulted in the cancellation of their domestic football competition The problem faced by the AIFF is amplified by the fact that it is not authorized to take corrective action of its own accord At best it can make recommendations to the Sports Ministry requesting it to reconsider its position Given the political implications of such a change in policy however it appears unlikely that the Ministry will budge A government official was recently quoted as saying “It has been an ongoing debate but our view on the issue is clear You have to be an Indian citizen to represent the country” You have to wonder if they plan to continue holding such a hard-line stance even if the situation worsens to the point where FIFA issues a formal threat to suspend India’s membership because this would reinforce our belief that the development of Sports is something the Government considers dispensable English football club Arsenal’s striker Olivier Giroud insists that the team has a good enough squad to win the Premier League and has rejected suggestions that they need to strengthen in three areas in the January transfer window The Arsene Wenger-coached side is currently atop the standings ahead by two points from Leicester City but former England player Alan Shearer claimed that the London club is three players short of having a squad capable of capturing the title Olivier Giroud AP Shearer believes Arsenal need a holding midfielder a centre-half and a striker but Giroud said he cannot see where his team are lacking "Tell me where Just tell me where I will explain the opposite judgement We have very good players as well on the bench young players waiting to come in They are very talented I am not worried about it" Giroud was quoted as saying by the Daily Mirror on Sunday "Danny Welbeck will come back in a month and a half Theo Walcott can play up front Joel Campbell doing well with his national team up front If I am less good or get injured we still have a solution" Giroud won the Ligue 1 title with Montpellier in 2012 before moving to Arsenal He said he can use his experience to help the Gunners’ title charge "To be champions in a season – and I know that because I was a champion with Montpellier – you need talent of course but you need a bit of luck and sometimes you cannot play a fantastic game" the French striker added IANSs ? breathing problems and being underweight.C? 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