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ข่าวบริษัท/ Sri Lanka Netherlands advce at World T20fter UAEs win

Sri Lanka Netherlands advce at World T20fter UAEs win

วันที่วางจำหน่าย:2022年11月22 เรียกดู:  ผู้เขียน:

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Sri Lanka, Netherlands advance at World T20 after UAEs win

Sri Lanka, Netherlands advance at World T20 after UAEs win

Irelands Mark Adair (C) celebrates his wicket of Scotlands George Munsey with teammates during the ICC mens Twenty20 World Cup 2022 cricket match between Ireland and Scotland at Bellerive Oval in Hobart on October 19, 2022. (AFP)

Sri Lanka, Netherlands advance at World T20 after UAEs win

Namibia had opened the tournament with a big upset over Sri Lanka

The top two teams in each of the first-round groups will join the top eight teams in the next phase

GEELONG, Australia: Dusan Shanakas patched-up Sri Lanka lineup beat Netherlands to secure a spot in the Super 12 stage at the Twenty20 World Cup and the Dutch advanced despite the loss when United Arab Emirates upset Namibia later Thursday in the last of the Group A games.

Former champion Sri Lankas 16-run victory in its must-win game meant Netherlands needed UAE to produce an unlikely win over Namibia to have any chance of progressing.

Namibia had opened the tournament with a big upset over Sri Lanka, a three-time finalist. UAE had never won a game at the T20 World Cup until Thursday.

The underdogs held on for a 7-run victory despite David Wieses rearguard half century and 70-run eighth-wicket stand with Ruben Trumpelmann to give Netherlands a pass into the second phase and end Namibias run in the preliminaries.

The top two teams in each of the first-round groups will join the top eight teams in the next phase, which starts Saturday with defending champion Australia taking on New Zealand in a rematch of last years final.

Muhammad Waseem scored 50 and skipper CP Rizwan post an unbeaten 43 to lift UAE to 148-3 after winning the toss and electing to bat.

When Namibia slipped to 69-7 in reply after pace bowler Zahoor Khan picked up two wickets in four balls with his yorkers in the 13th over, the Dutch players who stayed to watch in the stands were clapping and cheering.

Things got more tense when Wiese (55) and Trumpelmann (25 not out) went on the attack and cut the equation to 20 runs needed from two overs, and suddenly Namibia appeared more likely to secure a spot in the next stage.

With 10 needed off the last three balls, Wiese tried to hit Waseem over the long-on boundary but didnt quite middle it and Alishan Sharafu took a catch just inside the rope to end Namibias hopes. Namibia finished 141-8.

It is a great moment. Really grateful, Rizwan said of the drought-breaking win. It was just a matter of time. Today, all departments clicked together.

We want to grow on this. We want to show were here not just to compete, but to make an impact.

That will have to wait until the next tournament.

Sri Lanka and Netherlands finished with two wins apiece, with the Sri Lankans in top spot due to a superior run-rate.

The Sri Lankans posted a competitive 162 for six, including 102 in the last 10 overs, on a two-paced wicket before restricting Netherlands to 146 for nine.

Kusal Mendis equaled his career best T20 international score of 79 and almost carried his bat through. He faced 44 deliveries and hit five fours and five sixes before being dismissed in the last over. By then, he had done the damage.

Netherlands was never really in the run chase, with spinners Maheesh Theekshana and Wanindu Hasaranga sharing five wickets between them.

Opener Max ODowd batted through the innings but played a mostly lone hand and finished with an unbeaten 71 off 53 deliveries, including six fours and three sixes.

Despite qualifying for the second round, Sri Lanka has major injury concerns with three players already ruled out of the tournament. And opening batter Pathum Nissanka didnt field against Netherlands as he had been taken for a precautionary scan.

We had a bad first game. We were not too sure of the conditions but I guess after that we settled down and played really well, said Mendis, who was voted player of the match. I just tried to bat the first 10 overs and once I was set, I tried to cash in.

Places in Group B will conclude in Hobart on Friday with all four teams still in contention with a win and a loss each. Two-time champion West Indies will take on Ireland, and Zimbabwe is against Scotland.

Qatar first World Cup hosts to lose opener with Ecuador defeat

Qatar first World Cup hosts to lose opener with Ecuador defeat

Qatar first World Cup hosts to lose opener with Ecuador defeat

Asian champions Qatar enjoyed backing of majority of crowd at 60,000-capacity Al Bayt Stadium

Ecuador proved too strong on the field as they cruised to a 2-0 victory

DOHA: Qatar became the first home team to lose their opening World Cup match as Ecuador cruised to a 2-0 victory over the hosts, with Enner Valencia scoring twice in the tournament curtain-raiser on Sunday.

Asian champions Qatar enjoyed the backing of the majority of the crowd at the 60,000-capacity Al Bayt Stadium, but could not follow a glitzy opening ceremony with a statement performance.

Ecuador thought they had made a dream start when they silenced the home fans as Valencia headed in, only for the goal to be ruled out by VAR for an offside in the build-up.

Valencia did break the deadlock with a penalty in the 16th minute and doubled his tally just after the half-hour mark.

Qatar improved slightly in the second period, but by the end of the 90 minutes, the excitement which greeted the build-up featuring Morgan Freeman and BTS star Jung Kook was a distant memory as thousands of fans left early amid a deflated atmosphere.

Felix Sanchezs Qatar will likely need a positive result in their second Group A match against Senegal on Friday just to avoid the ignominy of becoming only the second hosts, after South Africa in 2010, to be dumped out in the first round.

Hopes were high among the crowd that Qatar could make a winning start, but the deficiencies of the World Cup debutants were ruthlessly exposed by an impressive Ecuador.

Qatar failed to even muster a shot on target in the game, with spectators filing out of the stands long before the final whistle.

In the 92-year history of the tournament, home countries had previously won 16 and drawn six of their opening matches.

The South Americans had the ball in the net inside three minutes when captain Valencia nodded home from Felix Torres miscued overhead kick.

VAR officials spotted an offside against Michael Estrada in the build-up after Torres challenged for the ball with Qatar goalkeeper Saad Al Sheeb.

Ecuador were completely dominant in the early exchanges, though, and were awarded a penalty after Valencia was tripped by Al Sheeb when through on goal.

The former West Ham forward coolly sent Al Sheeb the wrong way from the spot and stroked the ball into the bottom corner to score his 36th international goal.

Ecuador did not have to wait long to double their advantage as, after a surging run from Moises Caicedo, right-back Angelo Preciado swung in a cross which Valencia met with a thumping header.

Even the small section of noticeably enthusiastic Qatari fans situated behind the goal, who arrived together after the majority of the crowd and wore matching t-shirts, briefly fell silent.

Almoez Ali, the hero of Qatars 2019 Asian Cup success, should have pulled one back on the stroke of half-time but could only steer a free header wide from eight yards out.

Ecuador allowed Qatar more of the ball after the break but still looked the more dangerous side, with Romario Ibarra bringing a diving save from Al Sheeb.

Valencia hobbled off in the 77th minute after being on the wrong end of a series of heavy challenges, although that would only have taken some of the shine off a famous night for Ecuador.

By the time an official attendance of 67,372 was read out over the tannoy, the stadium was barely half full.

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ABU DHABI: Double world champion Max Verstappen signed off on a dominant 2022 Formula One campaign with a record-extending 15th win of the year in Sundays season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, as Charles Leclerc secured second in the overall standings.

The Dutchman, who wrapped up the title last month in Japan with four races to spare, was unchallenged as he led from pole position to chequered flag.

He crossed the line 8.7 seconds ahead of Leclerc, who having made just one stop, held on to second ahead of Verstappens two-stopping team mate Sergio Perez to edge him in their battle for second.

The pair had gone into the race level on points with Leclerc ahead on a countback of wins.

Sundays victory was the 35th of Verstappens career and second in a row at the Yas Marina track.

However, unlike last season, it was a straightforward race that required no safety car interruptions.

Incredible to win again here and 15th win of the season unbelievable, said Verstappen.

Its been really enjoyable to achieve something like this this year, I know it will be hard to replicate but it is good motivation to try and do the same next year.

Perez, who completed a front row lockout for Red Bull in qualifying, was unable to hand the team a one-two finish on Sunday.

He chased down Leclerc at the end on fresher tires but, delayed by slow moving backmarkers, ran out of laps.

Its how it is sometimes, said Perez.

At the end of the day, I have to be happy as I gave it my all and Im sure well be back stronger next year.

I was 110 percent from the first lap to the last lap, he said.

I knew the only way to beat Checo was with a different strategy.

Carlos Sainz, who went wheel-to-wheel with Lewis Hamilton early in the race, was fourth for Ferrari ahead of Mercedes racer George Russell, who served a five-second time penalty for an unsafe release from his pitstop.

Seven-time world champion Hamilton had his hopes of keeping intact his record of winning a race every season dashed by a hydraulics failure.

The Briton pulled into the pits to retire his Mercedes on the 55th of the races 58 laps.

Mercedess misfortunes, a week on from taking a resurgent one-two in Brazil, meant the formerly dominant champions were unable to overhaul Ferrari and had to settle for third behind the Italian team in the overall standings.

Sebastian Vettel scored the final point in 10th on what has been an emotional swansong weekend for the Aston Martin driver.

The German raced hard from his ninth-place grid spot but a long first stint compromised him and dropped him down the field.

He signed off with some tire smoking donuts on the start-finish straight.

Daniel Ricciardo took points in his last race for McLaren with a ninth-place finish.

Fernando Alonso, replacing Vettel at Aston Martin next year, failed to finish his last race for Alpine but the French manufacturer still secured fourth in the overall team standings ahead of McLaren.

Mick Schumacher, out of a drive next season after being replaced by Nico Hulkenberg at Haas, finished 16th ahead of team mate Kevin Magnussen.

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ABU DHABI: The UAEs Zayed Al-Kathiri created history on Saturday by becoming the first-ever black belt holder in the country to win gold at the Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championships.

The star of Baniyas Club and the national team took the medal on the final day of the competition at the Jiu-Jitsu Arena in Zayed Sports City by outperforming Brazilian Nathanael Fernandes, who was competing for the UAEs Commando Group, in a match that stoked the passion of the spectators.

Saturday saw 12 fights in the professional division in various weight classes, with black belt men, and brown and black belt women, taking to the mats.

The Commando Group emerged the winner in the professional division, with Brazils GFTeam in second and the UAEs ADMA in third. The UAE champions excelled over the course of three days, taking home nine medals, including a gold medal, seven silver medals, and a bronze medal.

Abu Dhabi proved yet again that it is a global hub of jiu-jitsu, it is capable of hosting events of the highest caliber and raising the bar for hosting major sporting events. Its the favorite destination for legends from around the world to realize their dreams and ambitions, said Abdul Moniem Al-Hashemi, chairman of the UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation, president of the Asian Ju-Jitsu Union and senior vice president of the Jiu-Jitsu International Federation.

Todays performance by the Emirati champions was spectacular and they showcased their greatest accomplishments to the entire world. Now we can proudly say that the nations athletes have won every title available in this sport on the national and international levels, he added.

Following his historic feat, Al-Kathiri dedicated his medal to Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, president of the UAE, and thanked the leadership for supporting sports and athletes in the country.

I would like to express my gratitude to the UAEJJF, my coaches, and everyone else who supported me along the way. I greatly value everyones support, he said.

I am overjoyed with this accomplishment. It was a tough fight as the competitions in the black belt category are different from others as the participants are very strong and experienced. I approached my fight today with optimism and careful analysis of my opponents style, (so) I was able to succeed, he said.

In the finals, Meyran Alves of Brazil from the ADMA academy won gold in the 62 kg division by beating Omar Alfadhli of the UAEs Al-Jazira Jiu-Jitsu Club.

Todays bout was good, and I want to congratulate Alves for his outstanding performance. Even though I didnt get the gold today, it was still a positive experience that will help me do better in future events, Alfadhli said.

Brazilian athletes including Clube Feijaos Raimundo Sodre (69 kg), Commando Groups Lucas Protasio (77 kg), ADMAs Fellipe Silva (85 kg), GFTeams Catriel Fernandes Rodrigues (94 kg), and ADMAs Yatan Bueno (120 kg), also won gold in the mens black belt division.

Meanwhile, Brazils Brenda Larissa from Commando Group won gold in the 49 kg category of the womens brown/black belt competition. Other gold medal winners were Ana Rodrigues from ADMA (55 kg), Julia Alves from GFTeam (62 kg), and Gabrieli Pessanha of Infight Brazil (95 kg).

Larissa, who overcame Margarita Ochoa from the Philippines, who competed for ATOS in the finals, said: I feel very happy with my performance and being able to win the title. I am grateful to all the organizers of the championship and to the UAE, especially Abu Dhabi, which gives us the opportunity to compete at the highest levels.

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The players trained at their seaside venue under the supervision of coach Herve Renard.

Player Hassan Al-Timbukti said he was happy with the progress made in training.

Midfielder Riyad Sharahili revealed that he had suffered a muscle injury.

Sundays training session begins at 4 p.m. and would be open to the media for 15 minutes.

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