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Mandhana’s opening partner Punam Raut and Mithali then set about repairing the damage done by the early wicket. ? — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) 12 July 2017 India set a target of 227 for Australia to chase Mithali Raj has been one of India’s most consistent performers in the tournament She has scored 247 runs in the six matches India have played thus far making her the second highest run scorer for the team after Punam Raut She had made her debut for India in the 2004/05 Women’s World Cup She scored a total of 199 runs with an average of 50 in that tournament In 2013 she was ranked as the no 1 batter in ICC Women’s ODI rankings For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Updated: October 8 2017 4:08 am Steve Cooper refused to take any side for granted ahead of his side’s campaign opener against Chile (Express photo by Kevin DSouza) Related News In 2012 during a Premier League match against Fulham Wayne Rooney suffered a deep gash on the right thigh following a collision with Hugo Rodallega The Manchester United striker insisted on staying on the pitch but team doctors refused to accede to his wish Later at a Manchester hospital surgeons were shocked at the extent of the injury that required 11 stitches to join the skin Rooney is a street footballer a dying breed in England who never played with the fear of getting kicked or suffering injuries The England U-17 footballers here to play the World Cup are mainly academy products growing up in fairly protected environment in terms of injury prevention Are they adequately toughened up In a recent interview former Manchester United captain Roy Keane suggested that if a player is “worried about the physical side of any sport then play chess” England U-17 coach Steve Cooper says his lads are not softies and can bring in physicality to their game The #YoungLions’ #FIFAU17WC campaign starts tomorrow We face Chile in Kolkata at 1230pm BST pictwittercom/ZYw8vkui6P — England (@England) October 7 2017 “That’s (physicality) very much part of our game and our culture I’m very proud of the set of players and the way they play football We ask them to play without fear whether that is with the ball or out of possession So I understand the question I think there’s a lot of protection around players these days It’s a game of football but that’s the way English teams have been known for over the years If we were to lose a little bit of that I don’t think that will be good for us” Cooper said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related Newss for the extra income the family pool will get.vegetarian or non-veg diet, Naughty boys of Bollywood do remind us of the student trio in the film though – Ranveer Singh has to be Uday Chopra, their pose sends out a completely different message. he steered clear of the Ram temple issue. The language and phrases that he used were to make an instant connect with the audience.

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