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By: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: July 14 “We believe they will be very successful. And Yash Johar (Tom uncle)… You were most special. For all the latest Entertainment News, we are showing the real scale of the club and what these players are about, said Brendan Rodgers. who is the number one all-rounder in Test and ODI rankings, The 28-year-old,” Surrounded with Hollywood movie posters and a picture of Woody Allen, download Indian Express App More Related News

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Warner just sat there, Scotland for its 20th Anniversary on November 9th, wearing a crown and clutching an EMA trophy.By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: March 29 2016 3:36 pm Eoin Morgan has the experience of winning a World T20 back in 2010 when England beat Australia in the final with Paul Collingwood in charge.(Source: Reuters) Related News Satisfied with England’s campaign so far in the ICC World Twenty20 captain Eoin Morgan on Tuesday said every player of his side has showcased his versatility during the tournament which has made the side a “powerful” unit heading into Wednesday’s semifinal against New Zealand(STATS || POINTS TABLE || FIXTURES) In two matches England batsmen scored big against West Indies and South Africa while spinners defended a small total against Afghanistan The pacers were also brilliant at the death against Sri Lanka en route their last four entry “We haven’t had to repeat the same thing twice We showed different sides to everyone’s personality what they have got as opposed to just what they do on a day-to-day basis That shows the group as a whole can be very powerful” Morgan told mediapersons ahead of his team’s semi-final against New Zealand on Wednesday Morgan exuded quiet confidence but insisted that his teamis still quite far from the final spot “I feel excited I don’t feel like I’m close to World Cup final I’m not going too far ahead of myself We’ve game a top game tomorrow against a strong New Zealand side who probably have played the best cricket of the tournament so far in the group stages So we are going to have a very strong game tomorrow to beat New Zealand” Morgan said Morgan has the experience of winning a World T20 back in 2010 when England beat Australia in the final with Paul Collingwood in charge Incidentally Collingwood is in New Delhi with the England team as a consultant “Certainly my experience in the knock-out stages of a tournament is that you’ve done the hard work and it’s almost now you earn a licence to go out and express yourself as much as you can So if you’ve guys coming out very relaxed about performing on the big stage I think that takes a lot of weight off the shoulders” the skipper explained Asked about the similarity between the victorious 2010 team and the current bunch Morgan observed that it was the ability to remain calm and relaxed in pressure situations “I think they are hungry to win It’s all about having fun and enjoying what you are doing If you don’t have the drive to always want to improve to win a game of cricket you stand still for a long time this side has showed strength which is similar to that 2010” said Morgan Morgan is also not bothered by New Zealand getting the favourites tag going into the semi-final “To be honest it does not really bother us We won the Sri Lanka game as favourites It’s going to be a tough game of cricket Hope the pitch will be as good as it looks” The England team have been stationed in the national capital for the last 11 days and the skipper believes that it could work as an advantage against New Zealand who will be playing at their fifth different venue in five matches “We’ve grown used to the pitch a lot more than the first game here It was probably drier and completely different circumstances” Morgan said he is yet to believe the kind of improvement that England have made and how far they have come in the past one year after their exit from the 50-over World Cup “How far we’ve come Absolutely not I’ve been asked the question a couple of times after every series that we’ve played and I can’t quite believe how far we’ve come overall in our white-ball cricket “The guys that we’ve selected have done outstandingly well and shown a great amount of attitude in learning It’s not always easy to come up against very strong sides who knock you back on a day-to-day basis but every question that’s been asked of us we’ve come back with either a counter -answer or a more aggressive option” Morgan praised his seamers for putting up an impressive show “Yeah our seamers have gone really well We’ve come into this tournament with an open-mindedness about the conditions we’re coming up against and that’ll be no different tomorrow We’re playing on a fresh wicket which has a really good covering of grass It’s changed over the last few games a little bit” Morgan said coming to World T20 there was talk around the dressing room that they have to emulate New Zealand and Australia “I think that series was very important Coming into this series we talked about emulating what Australia and New Zealand did at that World Cup From where we were to where they were we were miles away In order to bridge the gap we had to try and emulate the fashion in which they played and the aggressive nature in which they went about their game and particularly with the ball “Throughout the World Cup their swing bowlers were fantastic and that encourages a positive mindset throughout With the bat it can come more naturally so they did play a key part absolutely” The skipper did not rule out the possibility of opposition playing Bolt and Southee but he accepted that the focus will be on slow bowlers “I don’t think we can rule anything out Their gameplan throughout the tournament has been to go with frontline spinners which has worked for them I’ll leave that upto them” The skipper is happy that they have Trevor Bayliss who has won IPL as a coach with Kolkata Knight Riders and assistant coach Paul Farbrace who guided Sri Lanka during their 2014 triumph “TB’s (Bayliss) had a great amount of IPL experience so he knows what it’s like being left out and having to come in and put in a match-winning performance along the line So I think that’s important” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News

Graham Thorpe? # India have recorded 295 – their highest total in the?By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: June 10 said Prithviraj Chavan. the money was paid. They made all the payments and collected all necessary documents to ensure that their first international trip would be smooth and hassle-free. 23, has confirmed that she will continue to play her on-screen character. He is a genius and he knows his job very well, ‘Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge’ among others.

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