as mentioned in Pic/PTIBangalore: Former Australian batsman and current national selector Mark Waugh feels India skipper Virat Kohli is suffering from a “brain fade” and said his “thinking negatively” is rubbing off to his teammates.
Waugh said Kohli was playing exactly in a manner which he shouldn’t play and it is affecting his team.
He’s thinking if it bounces he might get an inside edge.
So there’s a bit of mental disintegration in between those balls,” Waugh said.
He’s obviously thinking is a little bit negatively and that’s rubbed off on a few of his teammates.”
Didn’t intend to bully, says cricketer Virender Sehwag on Gurmehar Kaur
Accused of bullying Gurmehar Kaur, whose campaign against the ABVP went viral, ex-cricketer Virender Sehwag on Tuesday batted for the Delhi University students freedom of expression.
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) March 1, 2017Sehwag also slammed the death and rape threats which Kaur has been getting after her campaign against the RSS-affiliated Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad.
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) March 1, 2017“She has a right to express her views and anyone who threatens her with violence or rape is the lowest form of life,” he said.
Sehwag, whose earlier tweet drew widespread criticism including from Kaur’s college teachers, clarified that bullying wasn’t his intention.
She has a right to express her views and anyone who threatens her with violence or rape is the lowest form of life.
What your favourite Australian Test cricketer says about your ideal pet
Mitchell Starc: MouseWhen people name their favourite Aussie Test cricketer, they’re actually naming their second-favourite cricketer, because rationally, Mitch Starc has to top the list.
Pets are much simpler than humans, though, so below is a guide to what sort of pet you should get based on favourite current Australian Test cricketer.
Similarly, a goat sounds like a great idea for a pet – they’re smart, affectionate, adaptable and cheap to keep.
His cricket may fail to really catch the eye, but his commitment to being a good cricketer is matched only by a border collie’s commitment to being a good dog.
Shaun Marsh: CatIf Shaun Marsh is your favourite player, then consistency and good health are not high priorities.
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