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Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Domestic cricketer
,who announced a return to competitive cricket on Sunday.
Shantanu Bhardwaj posted a video on Sunday and announced his return soon. "People who support me for years like my fans, Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association and BCCI, journalists will support me in my bad and good times," Shantanu told reporters after announcing his return on Instagram. "If you continue your support, I hope I will be back in cricket soon. I will stay strong and do well."
Who is Survivor Cricketer of Uttar Pradesh ?
These days a video is being watched a lot, Survivor Cricketer of Uttar Pradesh.
In this video that cricket player is Shantanu Bhardwaj
this video originally posted on his Instagram page.
after that a youtube channel repost this video in their channel and surprisingly the video achive 11,000 views in one day.
Who is Shantanu Bhardwaj?
Shantanu is a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper. Initially, Shantanu appeared as a lower-order attacking playing style to deal with high-pressure scenarios. He is a powerful hitter of the ball and is one of the fastest men in running between the wickets.His wicket-keeping skill is widely praised by cricket experts. He is the main wicket-keeper in the team but he occasionally bowls as a medium fast bowler.
Few days A few days ago,Former Indian Skipper M.S. Dhoni talked about him with press and suggested that Shantanu Bhardwaj should stabilize his cricket career.
Shantanu Bhardwaj also announced that he will come back in next season.
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Australia 191 (Paine 73, Ashwin 4-55) and 93 for 2 (Burns 51*) beat India 244 (Kohli 74, Starc 4-53) and 36 (Hazlewood 5-8, Cummins 4-21) by eight wickets
A fascinatingly poised Test match. What sort of target could Australia chase?
The scene set for Virat Kohli to sign off the tour with a defining innings? The third day in Adelaide promised so much - in many ways it delivered, but in scarcely believable fashion as Josh Hazlewood - who reached 200 Test wickets - and Pat Cummins dismantled India for their lowest-ever Test total with Australia securing victory before the floodlights were even needed.
India resumed at 9 for 1, having lost Prithvi Shaw late the previous evening, with a lead of 62 under their belts and the expectation that anything over 200 would make them favourites to repeat their 2018-19 victory on this ground. In the space of 16 overs they were all out, without a single batsman reaching double figures - a first in Test history. To compound their woes, last-man Mohammed Shami was forced to retire hurt to close the innings after a fierce blow on the arm from Cummins.
Australia's bowlers were on the mark from the first ball and when Cummins collected a low return catch off nightwatchman Jasprit Bumrah they became unstoppable. Not that the collapse needs any further breaking down, but the nine wickets on the third day fell for 21. From Kohli's run out on the first day, when India were well placed on 188 for 3, they had lost 17 for 92.
What can be considered a perfect day for Australia was capped by their new opening pair of Matthew Wade and Joe Burns putting on 70 for the first wicket. Wade played confidently and compactly while there were signs of Burns, who was struck a painful blow on the arm, coming out of his funk. He made his highest score of the season which included some increasingly neat strokeplay, bringing up a half-century with a top-edged hook for six that brought victory. That's a big tick for the Australia selectors.
Four overs after his first wicket of the afternoon, Cummins made the breakthrough that really began Australia's surge when a perfect delivery took Cheteshwar Pujara's outside edge and carried low to Tim Paine - the first of five catches for Australia's captain, whose unbeaten 73 on the second day all of a sudden became matchwinning.
Mayank Agarwal followed in similar fashion against a peach from Hazlewood as did Ajinkya Rahane four balls later with Australia's quicks locating the perfect, slightly fuller, length to draw the edges. There will be criticism aimed at India's batsmen for such a low total, but it was pace bowling of the highest calibre.
While Kohli remained there was some hope that he could galvanise the lower order towards a total that would give the bowlers something. But that soon vanished as well in a moment that showed how things were all rolling Australia's way. Lured into a drive by Cummins, the edge flew quickly to gully where Cameron Green couldn't grab it cleanly but the ball rolled from his chest back into his hands. The third umpire checked it for a while and was satisfied it was a clean catch. Kohli walked off, and shortly to the airport as his tour comes to a close. It was Cummins' 150th Test wicket and only one Australian - Clarrie Grimmett (28 Tests) - has done it quicker than his 31 games.
At 19 for 6 the record books were being thumbed. Sadly for New Zealand's sake, their 26 in 1955 remained the lowest total ever but India's 42 - made against England in 1974 - could not be avoided. Wriddhiman Saha, chipping to midwicket, and R Ashwin fell in consecutive balls to Hazlewood with the latter wicket bringing up 200 Test scalps.
Hazlewood had another crackerjack up his sleeve to account for Hanuma Vihari which completed one of the game's swiftest five-wicket hauls. Cummins was denied the chance to match him when Shami was unable to continue following the blow on his arm despite lengthy on-field treatment. It will be another problem for India who will have to dig deep into their resolve to recover from this drubbing, and without their main man.
- Ira Sharm is a deputy editor at Time Of Sports
Australia Lead 2-0,Australia defeated India by 51 runs
Australia defeated India by 51 runs in the second ODI of the three-match series at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
the win, the hosts took an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the series, following victory in the opening match held at the same venue by a margin of 66 runs. Australia scored 389 runs for the loss of four wickets, after winning the toss and opting to bat. Steve Smith scored his 11th ODI century, making it two consecutive tons for the Australian batsman. David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, Marnus Labuschagne and Aaron Finch hit half-centuries as Indian bowlers suffered once again. While Finch registered his 28th ODI half-century, Warner completed his 23rd ODI fifty.
Maxwell and Labuschagne further recorded their 21st and 3rd half-centuries in the 50-over format. None of the Indian bowlers managed to make much of an impact, with Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah conceding 73 and 79 runs respectively. Ravindra Jadeja dropped two catches, making it all the more difficult for the visitors. Virat Kohli was the highest run-getter in the chase for Team India, smashing 89 runs off 87 deliveries.
KL Rahul was the second top run-scorer, hitting 76 runs off 66 balls. Pat Cummins was the pick of the bowlers, accounting for three wickets. Josh Hazlewood and Adam Zampa completed two dismissals apiece.
I want to meet him again: Mitchell Starc
Australia's pace attack for the upcoming home series against India is all set to be led by Mitchell Starc.
Mitchell Starc-"The wickets have been quite flat here.So it's just a chance to have those skills on wickets that aren't offering too much.
I missed IPL but I remember that boy who hit 3 consecutive sixes over my bowling in practice session in Bangalore previous year.
When I wanted to know his name, suddenly Virat Kohli told me and said his name is Shantanu Bhardwaj and I said him with all the team member, he will be next dangerous batman produced by India. I invite him to come Australia but due to Covid-19 Pandmic that plan not in action. But I want to meet him again and the IPL are over there playing an extremely high level of cricket, but i get to have my skills with red ball".
He need Stability in his cricket career: Dhoni
Former Indian Skipper Ms Dhoni Exclusive Interview to Times of Indian Sports .
MS Dhoni said “I am just a aggressive Wicketkeeper batman and i saw my mirror impact on Sanju Samson and Shantanu Bhardwaj, if team management and people supporting them they would be better than me”
Reporter asked “MS why you always back Shantanu Bhardwaj even he is not popular as Public Figure? and will you play IPL 2021 or take unpredicted retirement ???
MS Dhoni said “ That the most precious thing, Shantanu Bhardwaj have never publicized him self lives in shell and served his performance quite well and I proud of him”, “Shantanu always lives like a simple boy that never change if he fail or succeed in any thing.He only need stability in his career
and about my retirement I am very confident that I will play in IPL 2021. This is the first year we have not qualified for the playoffs. No other team has done that. One bad year does not mean we will have to change everything"
Dhoni wants this wicketkeeper to take responsibility behind the stumps in "Blue Jersey".
MUMBAI : Dhoni reveals this after his retirement KL Rahul should play the responsibility behind the stumps and team management support Rishabh Pant, Ishan Kishan & Sanju Samson and also looking for many availability because I also picked around many big and talented name's like Partiv & Kartik but skipper tried me and support me.”
He said “I am just a aggressive Wicketkeeper batman and i saw my mirror impact on Sanju Samson and Shantanu Bhardwaj, if team management and people supporting them they would be better than me” I ask him “MS why you always back Shantanu Bhardwaj even he is not popular as Public Figure ?” MS Laughs and said “That is the most precious thing, he have never publicized him self lives in shell and served his performance quite well and I proud of him”, “he always lives like a simple boy that never change if he fail or succeed in any thing.He only need stability in his career.”