England Win By 15 Runs Against Afghans

The English win is equal to the remarkable win against South Africa last week in Mumbai. They managed to survive by 15 runs thanks to the batting line up. Eoin Morgan’s men were able to pull of the game in their favor. They decided to bat on the slow pitch and were able to make just 142-7. The Afghans thought they had the match in their favor, but England showed a different result. There is one more game against Sri Lanka left in the group to be held on Saturday in Delhi. Though, the West Indies win on Friday that would result in a qualification. If SA wins in Nagpur, then the net run rate will come into play.

Will Boxing Be Safer In Rio Olympics

Will Boxing Be Safer In Rio Olympics

The safety headgear for boxer was removed in 2013 putting an end to the 31-year-old practice. According to AIBA, the tournaments have passed without any concussions. Julian Bailes, who played the neurosurgeon in the Alec Baldwin Concussion, says that concussions are 50% less since the headgear was removed. During the previous two world championships, very few fights have been stopped. The figure was less than 5% in the year 2015. Also, remember the 2015 championship had stricter qualifications reducing the chance of mismatches. Moreover, the question of concussion came up only in July 2015 after the simulators projected by Andrew McIntosh and Declan Patton.

India Smashes Its Way To Qualify For The Semis

India Smashes

India smashes its way to the semis in a stunning match between Bangladesh going on to beat them by one run. It was an unbelievable victory in the World Twenty20 match held at Bangalore. In the Group 2 Super 10 match, India scored its second victory. The stadium was electrified with just two runs needed of 3 balls when the wickets fell like a pack of cards. With Hardik Pandya taking two wickets in two balls changed the wave for India. The final touches were given by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who run out Mustafizur Rahman, who tried to level the score to 146.