India vs Australia 4th Test Day 1 at Dharamsala | Cricinfo Live Streaming


Border- Gavaskar Trophy 2017 4th Test match will be played at Dharamsala. This Test match will decide the winner of this Test Series, both teams are equal with 1-1 and 3rd Test match was drawn because of Peter handsome and S Marsh solid partnership and take the win from India's hand. This is also very important for India to win this match because if Australia drew this match that will be the win for Aussies because Border-Gavaskar trophy last team winner is Australia.

India vs Australia final Test Match, Day 1 

India vs Australia 4th Test match played at Dharamsala, this is the first time a Test Match played Dharamsala. Dharamsala pitch is very different from last three matches, it's good bouncy pitch for bowlers and good for the batsman because the ball comes at bat very easily.
  • Australia wins the Toss again
  • Steve Smith wins 3 tosses out of 4
  • Umpires - Marais Erasmus, Ian Gould
  • Third Umpire is Chriss Gaffaney
  • Match Referee is Sir Richi Richardson

India vs Australia 4th Test Match Preview 

India vs Australia very competitive defender for each other and this series creating the buzz in all matches with Bat, ball and Words, you are getting what I am talking about. Steve Smith and David Warner will be the Key players for Australian team on Indian Side Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinka Rahane will be the Karta-Dharta.

Virat Kohli is not in Playing XI

Virat Kohli will be the big loss for team India, Team India will play in Ajinkya Rahane Captaincy. All Indian fans are waiting for Virat Kohli batting in Do or Die match. First of all, Indian Skipper got injured in 3rd Test Match while chasing ball. 

India vs Australia 4th Test Cricinfo Live Streaming

India vs Australia 4th Test match do or die for both teams to wins this series. All Cricket fans are pretty excited about this to watch Live Cricket Streaming of this match at PC or Mobile. There are many platforms available for a live stream like StarSports and Hostar.

Squads 

India-Murali Vijay, Lokesh Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane (c), Karun Nair, Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Umesh Yadav.

Australia- Matt Renshaw, David Warner, Steven Smith (c), Shaun Marsh, Peter Handscomb, Glenn Maxwell, Matthew Wade (wk), Steve O'Keefe, Nathan Lyon, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood.


Michael Clarke assail Australian media for comparing Virat Kohli with Donald Trump

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Kohli had evoked extreme reactions from the Australian media

What's the Story

All Australian Cricketer criticizing Virat Kohli for his on-field behavior. Even Indian former Cricket player VVS Laxman is not happy with the behavior of Indian skipper Virat Kohli. Australian Media create all buzz when they equate Virat Kohli with US president Donald Trump but everybody amazes when Australian Former captain Michael Clarke backs the Virat Kohli and slams Australian Media.

Comparing Virat Kohli with Donald Trump - what a load of shit is that. What Virat did, even (Steven) Smith would have. I could just laugh about the Trump thing (comparison). I find it quite funny and am sure Virat will also find it quite funny,” Clarke told India Today.

He explained, "Bear in Mind, I love Kohli and huge respect for him as a Cricketer. It's just two or three reporters who are trying to maculate him, Virat shouldn't be annoying. I always somehow find an Australian in him the way he paly and express himself and accept challenges. Virat is very strong with the mind. he always plays like a champion, a champion should be tough and Virat is. He may come up with huge Century and win India the series in Dharamsala."

Micheal Clarke is not the only person who is defending Virat Kohli, Indian Mega Star Amitabh Bachchan also Defends Virat Kohli with twitter.

Behind the Scenes

On Tuesday, The Daily Telegraph ran an article comparing Kohli with the controversial Trump. Claiming that the Indian captain has become a ‘law unto himself’, the media outlet alleged that the 28-year old was responsible for ‘fanning the flames’ in the action-packed Ranchi Test.

Bone of Contention 

It all started from the day one of the 3rd Test Match when Indian skipper chasing the ball and got an injury in his shoulder and leave the ground. after that Australian complete their first innings and when come to bat, Glenn Maxwell mocked Kohli injury on the field when he was preventing a boundary. the things began to escalate when half baked Image of Australian captain grabbing his shoulder viral in social media. Star Sports and VVS Laxman were left when subsequent analysis revealed that it was actually Peter Handscomb’s unintentional hand on the Australian captain.



What's Next

Australia took an easy breath after the 3rd Test Draw with splendid innings by Peter Handscomb and S Marsh. The Final Test Match In Dharamsala could witness the another high voltage clash between Steve Smith and Virat Kohli Squads. The focus on Virat Kohli, who did not so well in whole test series.

Final Words

Indian team looking fearless in the captaincy of Mr. Kohli. India is the only team who give the reply Aussies in their manner. So keep fingers crossed as the Indian fan, will India win this series in Dharamsala. 

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Mega Star Amitabh Bachchan defends Virat Kohli slams Australian Media

Amitabh Bachchan Stands for Mr Kohli

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What’s the Story

Sledging also been a part of Cricket When Australia play cricket, we are talking about India vs Australia ongoing test series. Aussies always have been a part of sledging, when they don’t win straight then do sledging. This time Australian Media also jump in this and attack on Virat Kohli.


The Sledging War between Virat Kohli vs Australia starts long ago when India tour Australia 2016. Where Indian Skipper gave Aussies reply in their language that Aussies were not expecting with Indian player, because in Indian Cricket history that’s never happen. Now in 2017, India vs Australia 3rd Test Indian Skipper got an injury in his shoulder while chasing the ball. After that Australian player mocking Virat Kohli Injury which not good in Cricket. When Australian media don’t speak a word for their player behavior, but when David Warner out in 4th innings, Indian Skipper gave the reply in their language. After that Australian Media Criticizing Virat Kohli for his behavior.




After the end of the drawn test in Ranchi, Australian Media counter the Virat Kohli for his aggressive expression in test Series against Australia. Australian Media compare Virat Kohli with US President Donald Trump.  “Virat Kohli has become the Donald Trump of world sport. The Indian captain is a law unto himself with no one – not even the ICC or his own board – holding him accountable for his continual perpetuation of fake news. Just like President Trump, Kohli decided to blame the media as a means of trying to hide the egg smeared right across his face.” For more read an article at Daily Telegraph.

Virat Kohli teases on David Warner dismissal
Virat Kohli teases on David Warner dismissal

Amitabh Bachchan Indian Mega Star Defends Mr. Kohli

Indian Mega Star Amitabh Bachchan defends Virat Kohli and slams Australian Media on Tweeter. Amitabh Bachchan “Aussi media calls Virat, Donald Trump of sports !! ... thank you Aussi media for accepting that he is a winner and the PRESIDENT !!” 74 year old who has 25.6 million followers which has more than Virat Kohli, BCCI, Cricket.com.au and Steve Smith combined. Virat Kohli could not hope for a better spokesperson stands for him.

Virat Kohli Trolled by Fox Sports Australia

Kohli has been a popular figure over the past couple of weeks in Australia. Earlier on in the series, Fox Sports Australia ran a contest inviting fans to vote for their ‘Vettel of the week’



Amitabh Bachchan is an eager cricket fan and it’s fabulous to see him standing up for India’s skipper on a public platform.


India vs Australia 3rd Test Match Cricinfo Live Score | Cricinfo Live Streaming

India vs Australia 3rd Test will be going to play on March 16, 2017, at Ranchi. This is very high voltages match for both teams because this is 4 test match series and both teams won their matches. Toss will be the very important factor for both teams according to see pitch curator reports. Pitch will also play an important part of this match, Pitch is made of black soil that will be good for batting but it depends on the pitch after two days because black soil pitch doesn’t get any crack, it becomes like soil powder.



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In first Test match Indian team struggled a lot and all out in both innings around 100 that’s very embarrassing for team India. India lost their first Test match against Australia at home. India really Struggles against the spin bowling attack of Australia In 1st Test Match.

India vs Australia 3rd Test Match

India vs Australia has always been an especial match because of their sledging, after the captaincy of Virat Kohli Indian team looking very confident in all manner like batting, bowling, and sledging. Yeah, we can say that because Indian teams looking very bold to give reply opposition like Australia. Ranchi pitch is very different from the last two test matches. This is very flat pitch and good for batting.

India vs Australia 3rd Test Cricinfo Live Streaming

India vs Australia Cricinfo Live Streaming – India vs Australia 3rd Test match is going to play on March 16, 2017, at Ranchi. Every cricket fan is very excited for this test series because both teams are a top team and big competitor for each other. People can enjoy the live match at the stadium if you miss purchasing tickets then you can enjoy the live stream from Hotstar. You can easily enjoy the live stream of this match at hotstar just download the app available in both formats iOS and Android. It’s completely free for users.

Cricket Tweets on Aus vs Ind

Squad

India – Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, Murali Vijay, KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Karun Nayar, R Ashwin, Amit Mishra, Dhawal Kulkarni, Ravindra Jadeja, Umesh Yadav, Ishant Sharma.

Australia – David Warner, Renshaw, Steve Smith, Peter handscomb, S Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Okeefe, Lyon, Josh Hazelwood, Mitchell Stark, Mathew Wade.

My Second Innings by Sachin Tendulkar

It was October 2013 during one of the Champions League games in Delhi. My mornings would start with a gym workout, a routine I had been following for 24 years. But that morning in October, something had changed.



I realized that I had to force myself to wake up and go about my day. I knew that the gym training was a critical part of my cricket – something that had been my life for 24 years. Yet, there was reluctance. Why?
Were these signs...signs that I should stop? Signs that the game that has been so dear to me, would no longer be a part of my daily routine?

Sunil Gavaskar, one of my heroes and a former cricketer, once said that he made up his mind to quit the game when he found himself checking the clock, to see how much time there was left for the lunch and tea intervals. Suddenly I knew exactly what he meant. My mind and my body were telling me the same thing. Maybe, it’s time to hang up my boots.

I also remembered the words of Billy Jean King, at Wimbledon a few years ago - you will know for sure when to go, it will come from inside you, don’t let the world decide when you have to retire.

But what will a sportsman do if he’s not a sportsman anymore? How do you prepare for a day when something that consumed each day of the 24 years of your life, isn’t the focus anymore?

The energizing chant of “Sachin, Sachin” that the crowds cheered each time I walked onto the field, was an indescribable feeling and rush. This probably won’t be heard anymore. Was I ready for that?
These thoughts and a discussion with my family and closest friends helped make up my mind. My innings was indeed coming to an end.

The years flashed before my eyes. The victories, the losses, the celebrations, the challenges and the silences…the journey. India’s win at the World Cup in 2011 was a dream come true as was the team’s generous gesture of dedicating the cup to me. But, that chapter of my life was ending. What now, I wondered.

So what has changed? The biggest change is that I have the freedom to choose what I want to do. In my playing days it was always the game of cricket that came first. But that isn’t the case anymore.
My first innings was about chasing my dreams, the second one is about satisfaction. I want to give back to the game, that has made me what I am, to society and to the less fortunate. The scope has changed but the objective and drive of doing my best, remains. I’m still learning, still discovering new things, meeting new people, and contributing in my own way, to make things better.

One of the highlights of my post-cricket years has been the adoption of Puttamraju Kandriga, a village in Andhra Pradesh. Seeing the village don a new look after two years of intensive infrastructural development, had a joy that can’t be put into words.

A project called ‘Spreading Happiness’, that I am involved in, provides electricity to deprived areas. Arrangements to tap solar energy have been made in over 73 villages and nearly 25,000 people have been impacted by the same. The mission to ‘light up’ homes across the length and breadth of the country will continue.

Joining hands with Shri Narendra Modi, our honorable Prime Minister, for the ‘Swacch Bharat’ (Clean India) campaign was another step in this direction. It was also in tune with my role as the UNICEF Ambassador for Hygiene and Sanitation. The campaign’s success makes me confident that India will adopt the cause and adapt to it as well.

Having played sports all my life, there was no way I could stay away from it. The first avatar of ‘Cricket All Stars’ in the USA, was an attempt to give back to the game and engage with fans who had supported us all the years. This also gave the chance to all fans who had not got the opportunity to witness these great players, the retired superstars of cricket, in action – live!

Taking cricket to new geographies and seeing it get accepted and loved is inspirational to say the least.
These days, I’m thinking beyond cricket. ‘Kerala Blasters’, the football team I co-own in the Indian Super League has given me many proud moments. The sea of yellow jerseys filling up the stadium, the deafening sound of around 60,000 fans cheering for KBFC is an overwhelming feeling in itself.

In October 2016, SRT Sports Management Company was launched, a firm that will seek to achieve new ground in the field of sports management in India and beyond.

Lastly, but probably the most important, are the changes in my personal life. I now have more time to give to my family, to travel, to pursue my passions and to focus on things that are close to my heart, ones that I can now explore. The love and affection from fans has remained unchanged, the chants still resonate and appear wherever I travel, which is amazing and something for which I am eternally grateful.

So, what does a sportsperson do when they are not playing their sport anymore? Quite a lot, I have found out…

Source by - My Second Innings