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South Africa took all ten England wickets on Day 4 to dismiss them for 133 runs as they chased a target of 474.For the hosts none of the batsmen stood tall and took the responsibility of hanging in the middle Not a single batsman surpassed the score of 50 Vernon Philander and Chris Morris were the chief wicket-takers for South Africa In theirspells they went through the England top-order and Morris took two key wickets which included that of skipper Joe Root and Alastair Cook From thereon England could never recover from the setback and lost their last six wickets for 49 runs Left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj also picked up three wickets For his brilliant bowlingperformance Vernon Philander has duly rewarded the man of the match After receiving the award Philander said “We were all disappointed after the Lord’s Test match and needed to do something better here Going into that Test I was a bit cold with the ankle injury that I sustained playing for Sussex Over here I got my groove back Once you get the rhythm going you need to make the most of it All the bowlers have been significant in this match An all round performance from the team today” Here are a few reactions to South Africa’s win: Goodness me ENG win last week & they’re the greatest Lose this weak & they’re hopeless If you’re going to lose lose properly — KP (@KP24) 17 July 2017 Outplayed Outclassed South Africa surely knows how to win away from home…hoping for a cracking third Test #ENGvSA — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) 17 July 2017 #ProteaFire — Dale Steyn (@DaleSteyn62) 17 July 2017 This is some turnaround for South Africa Some annihilation of England — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) 17 July 2017 Well done #Proteas ???? — Ryk Neethling (@RykNeethling) 17 July 2017 The two teams play the third Test at the Oval starting on July 27 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsKolkata | Updated: October 16 2017 7:55 am Javier Ceppi claimed attendance for the 36 group stage matches across six venues has already crossed the 800000 mark (Express photo by Subham Dutta) Related News If the top FIFA official at the ongoing U-17 World Cup is to be believed the enthusiasm India has shown for the tournament could result in the country landing the other global football events Javier Ceppi director of the India 2017 LOC claimed attendance for the 36 group stage matches across six venues has already crossed the 800000 mark already twice of what Chile managed during the last edition of the tournament two years ago “The average per match is almost 23000 and the Indian matches had 49000 average spectators which is huge” Ceppi said in Kolkata on Sunday He even claimed that crowd turnout at the ongoing tournament is bigger than that at the 2011 Cricket World Cup which India co-hosted Ceppi believes football’s growing popularity and top-class facilities can make India one of the frontrunners to host the FIFA U-20 World Cup in the near future “The nation if it were to bid for the U-20 World Cup or other World Cups; I feel there are other facilities that are coming up in the country that they would be in a good position to be frontrunners” Ceppi said “This was a make or break If you’re not able to deliver then the doors would have closed definitely Now the doors remain open How it’s done in the future we need to see Possibility will be there for Indian football” Ceppi said about India’s bid for hosting the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2019 for which the AIFF has already made a formal bid FIFA Head of Coaching and Player Development Branimir Ujevic raised the excitement levels even more “At the moment it seems like it’s much easier to get a ticket for the next El Clasico than it is to get a ticket for the final game of this World Cup” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mukul Mudgal | Updated: July 4 2014 8:54 am While the ban on Uruguay’s Luis Suarez for biting an opponent was imposed after a post-match screening no such procedure has been adopted for instances where diving led to penalties Related News By:Mukul Mudgal A Brazilian court ordering a cooling break during FIFA World Cup matches presents an interesting scenario — the playing conditions in an international tournament being altered by a judicial directive The order was a response to a petition by the Brazilian footballers’ union which sought the enforcement of Brazilian working conditions for the afternoon matches It was occasioned by FIFA’s insistence on staging the matches around noon to suit European viewership Apart from being in consonance with Brazilian working conditions the court order is also in line with FIFA regulations which say: “Cooling break will be considered on a match-by-match basis Climate conditions will be evaluated and if the temperature exceed 32 degree Celsius then the FIFA venue medical office will recommend cooling breaks to the FIFA general coordinator and match commissioner The implementation of the cooling breaks will reside with the referee Cooling breaks last three minutes in duration [and] are then implemented by the referee at approximately 30 minutes into the run-of-play in both halves of the match (that is around the 30th minute and 75th minute respectively) Three minutes will then be added to stoppage time at the end of each half” It is evident that the biggest beneficiaries of this order have been European teams who are used to a cooler climate find the Brazilian conditions oppressive and welcome the break more than the other countries It is also evident that for FIFA the vast viewership of Africa Asia and other countries does not matter Why should the viewers in Asia who heavily outnumber their European counterparts be made to watch the World Cup at unearthly hours There have always been debates about the applicability of civil tort laws and/ or criminal law to serious and deliberate injuries caused to an opponent This becomes more significant when a crucial opposing player is targeted in order to have him taken out of the match at the minimal cost of a yellow card The pro-European stance of FIFA is even more evident in its disciplinary proceedings While the ban on Uruguay’s Luis Suarez for biting an opponent was imposed after a post-match screening no such procedure has been adopted for instances where diving led to penalties There was also a clear case for penalty when Patrice Evra of France gripped a Nigerian forward with both hands around his body to prevent him from heading a ball towards the goal Any form of deliberate misconduct undetected by the referees should invite punishment after the match without the result being altered All deliberate divers especially those who earn a penalty should be subjected to at least a one-match ban Though the match result should stand as it is if a post-match screening is done it should be done for all players who break rules and regulations irrespective of their country of origin The outrage at and punishment of Suarez may be justified but letting other cheats such as the Netherlands’s Arjen Robben get away shows a distinct bias against Third World and non-European nations It cannot be forgotten that while Suarez’s misconduct did not alter the result of the match the penalty given to Robben led to the Netherlands’s victory over Mexico To FIFA Mexico is obviously less important than the Netherlands If Robben had dived twice earlier to earn a penalty then he should have been given a yellow card twice for feigning a foul and thus been expelled with a red card Mexico’s complaint is fully substantiated by Robben admitting to a Dutch television channel that he had feigned a foul at least once though not the foul which led to the penalty If Robben had been given a red card and expelled for earning two yellow cards the occasion for a penalty to the Dutch would not have arisen The response of FIFA’s spokesperson Della Fischer is intriguing: “The disciplinary committee only will look into serious infringements… We ask the players to play in the spirit of fair play It’s up to the referees to manage a match” Thus FIFA ruled out a retrospective yellow card for Robben A match-winning penalty secured by dubious methods and failed attempts to secure a penalty by a player stimulating fouls are as serious as Suarez’s bite if not more serious infringements and FIFA must evolve a consistent policy to deal with such instances rather than handle them on an ad-hoc basis The writer is a former chief justice of the Punjab andHaryana High Court [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 19 2016 9:19 am Netflix has no plans to sue Hrithik Roshan’s film Kaabil Related News Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil seems to be attracting controversies like a magnet Even as the big face-off between Shah Rukh Khan and Rakesh Roshan is hardly old news a new one has cropped up now According to media reports Netflix is planning to sue Kaabil because it has found similarities between the Sanjay Gupta film and its original series Daredevil Only none of the said reports is true When indianexpresscom contacted the American entertainment production company this is what they had to say “Netflix has no record of such a plan and we are checking into the source of this rumour” According to reports Netflix found “glaring” similarities between the promos of Kaabil and its original production Daredevil However Netflix has denied this Producer Rakesh Roshan has also commented on it “Netflix negated this so-called news They said it was a rumour and that they were going to find the source of it Seeing the lighter side of this it’s free publicity for us anyway” By far we guess this is the best response to the rumour The reports said the similarities they found included both protagonists being blind action scenes in both looking similar and the colour scheme of both productions looking identical Speaking to Mumbai Mirror the film’s director Sanjay Gupta had said “It’s a preposterous comparison because Hrithik (Roshan) is not a superhero in Kaabil His character is a blind man who does what he does best In Daredevil the protagonist fights 30 people at the same time None of that is happening in Kaabil If they sue us we will definitely fight back” More from the world of Entertainment: Earlier Shah Rukh Khan signed a three-year deal with Netflix in which the films produced under his banner Red Chillies Entertainment will be available for viewing by subscribers all across the world For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThere is no doubt that BJP MLA Sangeet Som exposed his poor knowledge of history by describing the Taj Mahal as a “blot on Indian culture” In response Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath has reiterated his government’s commitment to not only safeguard and preserve one of the “wonders of the world” but also further promote its fame However the Yogi’s remark that the Taj Mahal was "built by the blood and sweat of Indian labourers" has both positive and negative connotations File image of Taj Mahal Getty Images Let’s look at the positive first: The Taj is the sweet result of the hard labour of the Indian craftsmen and workers In all probability the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister meant what he said But now the negative part: The Taj Mahal like any other wonderful historical edifice anywhere else in the world is the result of immeasurable pain suffering and exploitation As mature and civilised citizens we all should recognise the bitter reality that behind every beautiful edifice lies an ugly truth And the ugly truth is this: Most of ourmonumental feats of engineering—at least those in the distant past—were built exclusively on the backs of labourers who were criminally exploited The Taj Mahal was constructed over 22 years and at a cost of over Rs 70 billion It was built on the backs of around 22000 labourers who were basically slaves?1, ? (Source: BCCI) Top News Mumbai Indians could not have believed it when they? But Pandya made sure they cross.

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