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  • ICC World Cup ICC World Cup 2019, England vs Bangladesh, Highlights: England win by 106 runs

    first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: England vs Bangladesh, live cricket score and updates, Sophia Gardens Cardiff: Bangladesh have chosen to bowl against England in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 encounter in Cardiff. Bangladesh are unchanged while Liam Plunkett has replaced Moeen Ali in the side. Jason Roy blasted his 16th fifty and shared a wonderful opening stand with Jonny Bairstow as England started brilliantly. The Tigers condemned Eoin Morgan’s men to a first-round exit at the 2015 edition with a 15-run victory in Adelaide. Toward that point there was no longer any way of hiding England’s white-ball woes and, with a home World Cup up next, then England and Wales Cricket Board director Andrew Strauss was determined the national side’s limited overs form had to improve. To that end, Peter Moores was sacked as coach, with Strauss bringing in experienced Australian Trevor Bayliss as his replacement. Since that debacle ‘Down Under’, England have risen to to the top of the one-day international rankings.Live cricket score and updates of England vs Bangladesh match below: LIVE SCORECARD22:48 hrs IST: Bangladesh loses their last wicket in Mustafizur, England win by 106 runs 22:45 hrs IST: Jofra Archer picks Mehidy Hasan wicket, Bangladesh lose its ninth 22:38 hrs IST: BAN 279/8 after 48 overs 22:26 hrs IST: Mahmudullah also departs at 28, Mark Wood picks the WICKET22:14 hrs IST: Mosaddek Hossain falls, Ben Stokes picks his second, 254/6 after 43.1 overs22:06 hrs IST: After 40 overs, Bangladesh are 224/522:04 hrs IST: Shakib Al Hasan falls, Bangladesh lose their fifth, England near victory 22:00 hrs IST: Three boundaries by Shakib in the over, BAN 217/4 after 39 overs21:55 hrs IST: MAIDEN OVER by Ben Stokes, Bangladesh are 203/4 after 38 overs21:45 hrs IST: SIX on the last ball of 36th over, BAN 195/4 with Hasan (105) and Mahmudullah (13) out in the middle21:30 hrs IST: Shakib Al Hasan hits 8th century, Bangladesh 179/4 after 32.3 overs21:23 hrs IST: WICKET! Mohammad Mithun falls to Adil Rashid. Flighted delivery outside off, Mithun attempts the slog and the edge is taken by Jos Buttler. Bangladesh are 170/4 after 29.3 overs. 21:20 hrs IST: WICKET! The 106-run stand is broken. A good length ball and it straightens outside off, Rahim gets a leading edge and it goes to point where Jason Roy takes the catch. After 29 overs, Bangladesh are 169/3.21:10 hrs IST: Liam Plunkett concedes just four runs. After 27 overs, Bangladesh are 153/2. Shakib 86, Rahim 3620:57 hrs IST: Shakib is nearing a century but it looks like Bangladesh are not going for the target. They are focused on ensuring their net run-rate does not take a big hit. After 23 overs,  Bangladesh are 126/2. Shakib 72, Rahim 25.20:50 hrs IST: After 21 overs, BAN 111/2 with Hasan (61) and Rahim (21) at crease20:40 hrs IST: Five singles off the over, Bangladesh are 98/2 after 19 overs20:30 hrs IST: Just 4 runs off the 17th over, BAN 87/2 20:22 hrs IST: After 15 overs, Bangladesh 77/2 with Rahim (5) and Hasan (44) at crease20:12 hrs IST: Bangladesh lose its second wicket in Tamim Iqbal, BAN 63/2 after 12 overs20:02 hrs IST: With the end of PowerPlay 1, Bangladesh are 48/1 after 10 overs19:52 hrs IST: With the end of 8th over, BAN 33/1 with Tamim (13) and Shakib (18) out in the middle19:42 hrs IST: After 4 overs, Bangladesh are 8/1 with Shakib and Tamim at crease19:40 hrs IST: Soumya Sarkar departs early at 219:35 hrs IST: First boundary of Bangladesh’s innings by Tamim Iqbal to Chris Woakes19:30 hrs IST: MAIDEN OVER, Bangladesh are 1/0 after 2 overs18:48 hrs IST: ENGLAND finish their innings at 386/6 after 50.0 overs18:46 hrs IST: 18 runs off the 49th over, ENG are 373/6 18:44 hrs IST: Both Plunkett and Woakes are on fire and are in no mood to stop18:39 hrs IST: With 14 runs off the 48th over, ENG 355/6 with Plunkett and Woakes at crease18:34 hrs IST: Mustafizur picks Ben Stokes wicket, England 341/6 after 47.1 overs18:27 hrs IST: Mehidy Hasan  also picks his second wicket, England lose Eoin Morgan at 3518:20 hrs IST: Buttler departs at 64, Saifuddin picks his second wicket, England lose their fourth18:15 hrs IST: Just 5 runs in the 44th over, ENG 315/3 with Buttler and Morgan out in the middle 18:10 hrs IST: Jos Buttler hits 19th ODI fifty18:04 hrs IST: Good over for England, 13 runs in Mustafizur’s over, ENG 298/3 after 42 overs17:55 hrs IST: PowerPlay 3 begins, 10 runs off the 41st over, ENG 285/3 17:43 hrs IST: After 40 overs, England are 275/3 with Morgan and Buttler at crease17:34 hrs IST: Mehidy Hasan scalps Jason Roy’s wicket 17:33 hrs IST: SIX! 150 up for Jason Roy in style 17:32 hrs IST: Back-to-back SIXES! by Jason roy to Mehidy Hasan 17:31 hrs IST: Only 4 runs off the over, England are 216/2 after 33 overs 17:23 hrs IST: After the end of 33rd over, England are 212/2 with Buttler and Roy out in the middle.17:16 hrs IST: Saifuddin removes Joe Root, England lose their second wicket 17:14 hrs IST: 17 runs off the 31st over, England 202/117:11 hrs IST: With the end of 30th over, host England 185/1 with Roy (110) and Root (20) at crease17:06 hrs IST: Roy is looking in ominous touch and the fifty-run stand is up with Joe Root. After 29 overs, England are 181/1. Roy 107, Root 19.16:57 hrs IST: CENTURY! Brilliant stuff from Jason Roy as he pulls Mustafizur Rahman to the deep square leg fence. This is ninth century and after 27 overs, England are 167/1. Roy 100, Root 12.16:51 hrs IST: England are making steady progress. After 26 overs, England are 160/1. Roy 95, Root 11.16:46 hrs IST: Mustafizur bounces back after an expensive start. After 25 overs, England are 154/1. Roy 91, Root 9.16:41 hrs IST: Roy makes steady progress and he is nearing a century. After 24 overs, England are 150/1. Roy 89, Root 7.16:39 hrs IST: Roy blasts a short ball to deep midwicket for a boundary. After 23 overs, England are 145/1. Roy 86. Root 5.16:36 hrs IST: Bangladesh are clawing their way back. After 22 overs, England are 138/1. Roy 80, Root 4.16:31 hrs IST: Mehidy Hasan continues to bowl economically and after 21 overs, England are 135/1. Roy 78, Root 3.16:23 hrs IST: WICKET! Mortaza gives Bangladesh the breakthrough. This short of a length ball kicks up and Bairstow is surprised by the extra bounce, he gets a leading edge to short cover and Mehidy Hasan dives forward to take the catch. After 19.1 overs, England are 128/1.16:20 hrs IST: Jonny Bairstow slams his 10th fifty and England continue to dominate. After 19 overs, England are 128/0. Roy 74, Bairstow 51.16:14 hrs IST: Bairstow nears his fifty as he clubs a short ball to the deep backward square leg fence off Mashrafe Mortaza. After 18 overs, England are 120/0. Roy 69, Bairstow 48.16:08 hrs IST: Mehidy Hasan comes into the attack as Bangladesh look to stifle the flow of runs and take a wicket. Good start as he concedes just two runs. After 17 overs, England are 112/0. Roy 68, Bairstow 41.16:05 hrs IST: Roy blasts yet another boundary off Mustafizur Rahman and England are 110/0 after 16 overs. Roy 67, Bairstow 40.16:01 hrsIST: The 100-run opening partnership is up and Bangladesh are in immense pressure. After 15 overs, England are 101/0. Roy 59, Bairstow 39.15:58 hrs IST: After four good balls from Mustafizur Rahman, Roy slams a four and the partnership is nearing 100. After 14 overs, England are 95/0. Roy 58, Bairstow 34.15:52 hrs IST: Shakib brings some normalcy back and concedes just two runs. After 13 overs, England are 89/0. Roy 52, Bairstow 34.15:48 hrs IST: FIFTY! Brilliant stuff from Roy. He clobbers a six straight down the ground and notches up his 16th fifty with a steer to the third man fence. After 12 overs, England are 87/0. Roy 51, Bairstow 34.15:44 hrs IST: Mustafizur Rahman starts poorly and Bairstow flicks a boundary to the deep midwicket fence. After 11 overs, England are 76/0. Roy 40, Bairstow 34.15:39 hrs IST: Finally, England have stitched a great opening stand in the powerplay. After 10 overs, England are 67/0. Roy 38, Bairstow 27.15:34 hrs IST: Bangladesh are conceding plenty of boundaries. After nine overs, England are 60/0. Roy 33, Bairstow 26.15:31 hrs IST: Roy and Bairstow are opening up. Mohammad Saifuddin concedes 16 runs in his first over. After eight overs, England are 52/0.15:26 hrs IST: Roy is starting to hurt Bangladesh and he pummels a couple of boundaries off Shakib. After seven overs, England are 36/0. Roy 30, Bairstow 6.15:23 hrs IST: Jason Roy continues to find the boundary and he slams two fours off Mashrafe Mortaza. After six overs, England are 26/0. Roy 21, Bairstow 5.15:17 hrs IST: Another tight over from Mashrafe Mortaza and England are 9/0 after four overs. Shakib Al Hasan continues to apply the pressure and after five overs, England are 15/0.15:13 hrs IST: Another tight over from Shakib Al Hasan and after three overs, England are 7/0.15:10 hrs IST: Mashrafe Mortaza opens the bowling from the other end and Jason Roy gets going with a glorious straight drive. Score after two overs, England are 6/0.15:05 hrs IST: Shakib Al Hasan starts off and concedes just one run. Good variations from Bangladesh’s ace all-rounder. Score after 1st over, England 1/0.15:03 hrs IST: Bangladesh have started with spin, knowing how weak the England openers are against spin. Can they get an early breakthrough?14:38 hrs IST : Here are the playing XIs.England (Playing XI): Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(w), Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Liam Plunkett, Mark WoodBangladesh (Playing XI): Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mehidy Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Mustafizur Rahman14:36 hrs IST: Bangladesh opt to bowl and they are unchanged. Liam Plunkett is in the side.14:31 hrs IST: According to the pitch  report, there are some green patches on the pitch but it will be good for batting. 14:21 hrs IST: England have not defeated Bangladesh in a World Cup encounter in 12 years! In three meetings, Bangladesh hold a 2-1 head-to-head advantage against England, having won their last two encounters in 2011 and 2015.14:09 hrs IST: A warm welcome to the match between England and Bangladesh from Cardiff. First things first: It was overcast but it is starting to clear up. No rain is expected. last_img read more

  • Oppo Find X vs Galaxy S9 vs Pixel 2 XL: Which bezel-less Android phone should you go for

    first_imgOppo this week brought the Find X to India following its international launch in Paris last month. Not only is this Oppo’s most expensive flagship smartphone to date, it is also its most futuristic-looking phone so far. And rightly so for the Find X not only brings the closest to truly bezel-less display we have seen so far, but also brings an all-glass design, motorised camera slider and some of the best 2018 Android hardware right now. And Oppo has crammed in all of this in a phone that costs Rs 59,990 in India.The price of the Find X is not something we’ve heard so often when it comes to an Oppo phone. But considering the Find X costs 999 Euros (approx Rs 80,000) outside, the Rs 59,990 price tag does not sound too bad. In fact, the pricing is quite competitive and gives the Find X a fighting chance against the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and Google’s Pixel 2 XL, which are also priced in the same ballpark.– The Find X is really all about the design as it brings a truly bezel-less display with no notch and barely any chin and a stunning all-glass design that is accentuated in gadient Glacier Blue and Bordeaux Red colours. The flagship hides a motorised slider on the top, which raises to reveal the cameras and sensor. This allows Opo not only to fit a near bezel-free display but also keep the design of the back as minimalistic as possible.– The Galaxy S9+ also brings a stunning design that’s barely any different than the Galaxy S8. In fact, the curved edged on the Galaxy S9+ is also seen on the Find X, making them look quite similar. The Galaxy S9+ also gets an all-glass design and the rear panel sees a dual camera setup with a fingerprint setup. Meanwhile, the Pixel 2 XL is Google’s first 18:9 phone with slimmer bezels than the Pixel XL. It gets the typical dual tone glass and metal design on the back as well as a single camera and a fingerprint sensor.advertisement– The Find X also brings the biggest display in a compact form factor compared to the Galaxy S9 and the Pixel 2 XL. Oppo’s flagship sports a 6.4-inch 1080p+ OLED display with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The Galaxy S9+ comes with a 6.2-inch display with a higher QHD+ resolution. The Pixel 2 XL, on the other hand, gets a 6-inch QHD+ display. Arguably, Samsung has the best AMOLED display among the three and we found the display on the Find X to be quite vivid and punchy as well.– Oppo has fitted the motorised slider mechanism with not just three cameras but also an array of sensors that include infrared camera and dot projector, which make up what Oppo calls 3D Structured Light Face Recognition Technology. This makes a 3D map of your face to make thing more accurate and secure, similar to the iPhone X. Facial recognition is also the only biometric feature on the Find X.– The Find X also brings the best hardware you can find inside a 2018 Android phone which includes a Snapdragon 845 chipset, up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. At around the same price, the Galaxy S9+ comes with a 6GB + 64GB configuration, while the Pixel 2 XL gets a 4GB + 64GB option as its base variant.– The Galaxy S9+ is powered by an octa-core Exynos 9810 processor, which is comparable to the Snapdragon 845, while the Pixel 2 XL gets last year’s Snapdragon 835 chipset. All three phones will offer a smooth and snappy user experience and you’re unlikely to find any major difference between the SD835 and SD845 chips. That being said, consumers who want a more 2018 smartphone may want to give the Pixel 2 XL a skip, especially when its successor is expected in just a couple of months.– While we are yet to test the cameras on the Find X, the flagship will face a very stiff competition against the Galaxy S9+ and Pixel 2 XL, both of which have excelled in photography and take top spots in DxOMark’s camera ratings. Samsung introduced a Dual Aperture feature on the Galaxy S9+ that’s worked ipressively in low-light, while Google uses a lot of AI and machine learning to get the best out of the cameras on the Pixel.– The Find X runs Android 8.1 Oreo-based ColorOS 5.1, which means you will get Oppo’s custom skin on top with some Oppo-specific features like Safe Box that lets you hide apps you don’t want others to see. This also means the app icons and some of the user interface will look a little bit like iOS. ColorOS brings a few pre-loaded apps like Facebook, but I can’t say I found a lot of bloatware during my brief time with the device.advertisementAlso Read: Oppo FInd X launched in India: Full specs, features, price and everything you need to know– Samsung’s flagship also runs Android Oreo with a custom Experience UI on top, which is something that most Samsung users will be familiar with. It does bring a lot of duplicate apps, but the software you get is pretty fast and fluid. But the Pixel 2 XL is by far the best Android smartphone right now because you get a pure, stock Android Oreo software with guaranteed timely updates. That’s not something you can say about the Find X or the Galaxy S9. The Pixel 2 XL will be among the first phones to get Android P, and there’s no saying when and if the other two will receive the next major Android update.last_img read more

  • Odd couple of the deep BC dolphins hang out with killer whales

    first_imgVANCOUVER — Drone flights have revealed an odd couple of the deeps.Scientists from the Vancouver Aquarium are releasing video footage of dolphins hanging around pods of killer whales, two species that are usually more like predator and prey than Felix and Oscar.Biologist Lance Barrett-Lennard says the dolphins have learned to distinguish between resident killer whales and those just passing through.The resident whales don’t eat dolphins while the transient whales most emphatically do.Barrett-Lennard says researchers have known about the phenomenon for some time.But he says the drones reveal just how close the dolphins get — sometimes literally right under the killer whales noses.The resident whales mostly ignore their smaller cousins, although Barrett-Lennard says sometimes it looks as if the big mammals dive especially deep just to escape the little ones.He points out the resident whales and transient whales generally avoid each other.The dolphins seem to have figured out that as long as they’re with the locals, they’re safe.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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