Team India rode on Rohit Sharma’s brilliant century to post 314/9 against Bangladesh at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground after opting to bat first.Rohit Sharma scored a record 4th century of the ongoing World Cup 2019 against Bangladesh at Edgbaston.Rohit equaled Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara’s record of four hundred in a single edition of World Cup and also overtook David Warner as the highest run-getter at this tournament.Rohit forged record 180-run partnership with KL Rahul to set the foundations for India earlier in the day. Rohit-Rahul broke a 4-year-old record set by Rohit and Shikhar Dhawan for the highest opening partnership for India in a World Cup match.The duo also surpassed Jason Roy-Jonny Bairstow’s 160-run opening stand to score the highest opening partnership at the ongoing World Cup.However, Mustafizur Rahman (5-59), stopped the flow of runs for India with wickets at regular intervals and picked up his 3rd five-wicket haul against India in ODIs.During India’s innings, the cameraman managed to capture a picture of an elderly Indian fan, who amazed tweeple with her spirit and enthusiasm.The elderly woman was seen blowing a horn and immediately caught the attention of the internet as many fans praised her energy and shared pictures of her on social media.87-year-old Charulata Patel proudly admitted that this is her team and the players are like her kids. “I love this Indian team and all the players are like my kids,” she said.For sure, the appearance of the elderly fan was one of the highlights of India’s innings and she instantly became an internet sensation. Here are some of the tweets:advertisementWell done camera man you have captured the amazing spirit this videos shows that age is just a number and She proves it with her enthusiasm#INDvBAN #hitman pic.twitter.com/2FhCXFQydkSHUBHAM PRAJAPATI (@Shubham_RSS_BJP) July 2, 2019Fan of Indian Team.. #INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/nbPRolt8yvMastAadmi (@EkMastAadmi) July 2, 2019look at her enthusiasm and passion!that’s what cricket does to us, Indians’ love for cricket is everything#INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/CQSc5MFSsqaditi. (@AdiiiTea) July 2, 2019She is going to be a internet sensation…What cricket is in India…#INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/DJEBzVG2ppSanchit sahu (@SanchitSahu10) July 2, 2019Well done cameraman, finally captured real beauty #INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/mnRtuCRG3jThe Indian Citizen (@tic_speaks) July 2, 2019Also Read | India vs Bangladesh: Fans slam MS Dhoni over another disappointing batting show in World Cup 2019Also Read | India vs Bangladesh: Drop Rohit Sharma and he will make you payAlso See:
Malaysia Cup No National Stadium for Malaysia Cup final as FMLLP turn to Shah Alam Stadium Ooi Kin Fai Last updated 2 years ago 08:13 12/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Goal Malaysia Cup Johor Darul Ta’zim Melaka United Selangor Kedah Perak Pahang PKNP FELDA United FMLLP forced to seek alternative option for 2017 Malaysia Cup final following Bukit Jalil National Stadium’s unavailability. After all the upgrading done and supposedly better pitch put in place at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium, it will not be the venue for the 2017 Malaysia Cup final.Football Malaysia Limited Liability Partnership (FMLLP) today announced that the final will be held at Shah Alam Stadium instead. The final is scheduled to be played on 4 November 2017. Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing The initial final date of 28 October 2017 was pushed back due to the scheduling changes that had to be taken into effect because of the recently concluded KL 2017 SEA Games.As all the other group matches, quarterfinals and semi-finals had to be delayed, this caused the final to be pushed to the now November date.However, this change also meant that the final cannot be played in the spanking refurbished National Stadium. This comes after the SEA Games football final also couldn’t be held at Bukit Jalil.As the National Stadium had already been booked for another event, it meant that FMLLP had to seek alternative option and it has been now decided that Shah Alam Stadium will be the venue of the final.It’s another big blow to situation surrounding the National Stadium when cup final isn’t given the priority. Imagine if the English FA Cup final had to be held in a different stadium because Wembley Stadium had already been booked by another event.Eight teams are still left in the Malaysia Cup competition this season after the completion of the group stage last Saturday. The first leg of the quarterfinals will take place this weekend.
zoomIllustration. Image Courtesy: Pixabay under CC0 Creative Commons license Brazilian miner giant Vale has requested for its long term voyage deals with Singapore-listed shipowner Pan Ocean to be revised down, trimming USD 1.3 billion from USD 5.8 billion* sales amount due to bunker fuel oil price.Pan Ocean said that the contracts in question date back to September 2009 and involve transportation of 238.4 million tons of iron ore from Brazil to China for a duration of 19 years. As disclosed, the said changes would not impact the company.“The existing terms and conditions regarding freight, cargo quantity, and the other contractual terms remain the same with no material impact to the company’s revenue,” Pan Ocean added.Revised contracts of affreightment were scheduled for issuance on December 31, 2018.The company said earlier it was bullish about the market prospects in 2019 as the demand growth is expected to outweigh fleet expansion.Pan Ocean has 17 ships on order, plus one option. These include 5 open hatch bulkers, six VLOCs, two loggers, two Ultramaxes + one option, and two 1,800 TEU containerships.*This article has been amended since its initial publishing as Pan Ocean subsequently corrected the original sales figures that were “inadvertently wrongly stated” in the regulatory filing issued on January 2.The changes made refer to figures disclosed in the original filing, where USD 53 billion has been replaced with USD 5.3 billion.