Sports weekly round up from 4th to 8th March 2019

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Sports weekly roundup from 4th to 8th March 2019

For all the sports fans out there, here’s a roundup of all that created the buzz in Sports this week:

India vs England women second T20 highlights: England outplay India to win series 2-0

India vs England women second T20 highlights: England won the match by 5 wickets and with it took an unassailable

Sports weekly roundup from 4th to 8th March 2019

India Vs Australia Second ODI: India Win 500th ODI

India Vs Australia Second ODI Highlights: India won the second ODI by 8 runs to take a 2-0 lead.

Records Made by India in India Vs Australia Second ODI

India Win 500 ODI Matches

Kohli Becomes 2nd Batsman to hit 40 Centuries

India Vs Australia First ODI: How India won the Match

Taking a 1-0 lead in the five-match ODI series against Australia, the match was not all easy going for India. Struggling at 99-4 at one point after losing a hoard of wickets in quick succession, the hosts found themselves crumbling in their chase of a relatively low total

India Vs Australia ODI Record: India Subliminal Against Australia Since 2017

Although Australia have won more matches than they have lost in India in ODIs, with 49 wins and 32 losses, their win percentage is the third worst in all of the countries they’ve visited till date.

India Vs England Women First T20: England Take 1-0 Lead

England won by 41 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the series

Batting first, England scored 160-4 before restricting India to 119-6 after the hosts found themselves on 49-5 at one point

More from Sports weekly roundup from 4th to 8th March 2019

India Reaches 500 ODI Wins: How The Milestone’s Come For The Side

It’s a prestigious mark that the side has reached, coming in 963 matches out of which the country has lost 414 matches while drawing 9 of them at a win percentage of 54.6

Virat Kohli Hits 40th ODI Century: 2nd Batsman to reach the mark

The 116 runs against Australia at the VCA Stadium in Nagpur was Kohli’s 40th century, taking him to 10,686 runs in 224 matches. It was his 65th overall international century.

Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur

The 45,000 capacity stadium holds not only massive concourses that make for vociferous Indian support when the home side is in action but also of a pristine, lush green field that makes for a terrific place to play cricket at.

Facts about Shikhar Dhawan: Revamped Delhi Capitals Make Him One Of Their First Buys

He made the foray at the international stage in 2004 when he represented the country at the U19 ODI World Cup after which he continued his career with the Delhi Ranji team before eventually going onto represent India where he went onto make 187 in his debut match.

Chris Gayle Facts And Career: West Indian To Retire After The ODI World Cup

Born into a less fortune family, Gayle’s father, worked as a policeman, while his mother sold peanuts to earn extra money to run the household. The only cricketing links in the family arose from his grandfather who had played club cricket during his time that lead Gayle to take up the game.

Check out: JSCA International Stadium Complex

Opened in 2010, the JSCA International Stadium Complex located in Jharkhand has been the venue for many domestic and international matches.

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