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first_imgNew Delhi: June 23, 2018 (PTI) EDITORS: Photos withCaptions released today. To view thumbnails of thesePhotographs, visit PTI website at..http.//www.ptinews.comNATINONALAhmedabad: Seychelles President Danny Faure’s visit(B+A)New Delkhi: 38th death anniversary of Sanjay Gandhi(B+A)Shimla: Virbhadra Singh celebrates his 84th birthday(B)Bhopal: Death anniversary of Shyama Prasad Mukherjee (B)New Delhi: Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan during a pressconference(B+A)Jammu: Protest in Jammu(A)Jammu: Amit Shah in Jammu(B)New Delhi: Hot Summer day(B)New Delhi: Rajat Sharma felicitated at GurudwaraBangla Sahib(B)New Delhi: International Widows Day 2018(B+A)INTERNATIONALChicago: U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill. at a newsconference(B)Washington: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Jordan’s King Abdullah II appear for members of the media(B)Washington: President Donald Trump speaks about immigration at the South Court Auditorium(A)Athens: Greek PM Alexis Tsipras during his speech tolawmakers in Athens(B)Undated: File..Sayfullo Saipov. Saipov, charged with murdering eight people on a New York Citybike path(B)Riom de Janeiro: Women protest demanding the legalization of abortion without exception, in Rio de Janeiro,(B)Islamabad: A woman walks on a dry bank that provideswater to Islamabad and Rawalpindi(A)Toronto: Bill Clinton speaks during at the BeanfieldCentre in Toronto(A)Izmir: Thousands of supporters of Muharrem Inceattend a rally in Izmir(B)Seoul: Kim Jong-pil died(B)Cuba/ Havana: President Ram Nath Kovind is on aadvertisementtwo-day official visit to Cuba.(A)Fort Worth: Texas Democratic Convention in Fort Worth (B)Chicago: Jackie Wilson leaves the Cook County Jail inChicago(B)Chicago: File.. Eric Johnson pauses during a newsconference in front of his childhood portrait (B)New Orleans: American Library Association annualconference in New Orleans(B)Rockford: Thunderstorm brought heavy rains acrossthe Rock River Valley Palmira/CALI: Police carry the body of one of three Ecuadorean press workers kidnapped and killed in the conflictive border region with Ecuador(B)McAllen: Immigrants were processed and released byU.S. Customs and Border Protection(B)Hong Kong: Xiaomi’s Founder, Chairman and CEOJun Lei at a news conference (A)SPORTSKaliningrad/Yekaterinburg/Podolsk/Volgograd/Bern/ Sochi: 2018 soccer World Cup(B+A)Shimla: Olympic Day celebrated in Shimla(B)Detroit: WBC and WBO women’s middleweightchampionship(B)PTI PHOTO VNA DLDLlast_img read more

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World Cup 2019: Prime Minister Theresa May hosts victorious England team at 10 Downing Street

first_imgBritish Prime Minister Theresa May hosted the victorious England cricket team at her Downing Street office on Monday, after a “brilliant performance” that will live forever in the country’s sporting history, her spokesman said.England ended their 44-year wait for a maiden 50-overs World Cup title by beating New Zealand in a thrilling final Super Over on Sunday.”Yesterday was a brilliant performance by a brilliant team. They showed flair, courage and an absolute determination to become world champions. The achievement delivered in such a thrilling style on home soil will live forever in our sporting history.”It’s also exciting to think just how many children will be inspired by this victory to pick up a bat for the first time and hopefully become the great cricketers and World Cup winners of tomorrow,” said the spokesman for May, who is a keen cricket fan.England’s World Cup winning cricketers welcomed to No 10 Downing Street by the Prime Minister for a victory reception this evening pic.twitter.com/EQN9wmTXedDan Roan (@danroan) July 15, 2019After more than nine stomach-churning hours, the first Super Over in Cricket World Cup history, and one of the most extraordinary overs ever played, England ended its agonizing 44-year wait to be world champion of the sport it invented.”The most ridiculous game of cricket to have ever been played,” was how Buttler, England’s wicketkeeper, summed up a crazy World Cup final against New Zealand on Sunday that had pretty much everything.A sporting contest for the ages finished with England winning courtesy of a tiebreaker that few inside the home of cricket had likely ever heard of, or even understood: Boundaries countback.advertisementThat was because England and New Zealand – both bidding for a first Cricket World Cup title – couldn’t be separated after the regulation 50 overs a side (each team scored 241) and then a nerve-shredding Super Over (both teams scored 15) played in early evening sunshine in northwest London.In the end, England prevailed because it hit a total of 26 boundaries – fours and sixes scored across both the 50 overs and the Super Over – compared with New Zealand’s 17.Also Read | Overjoyed for Ben but I am still a New Zealand supporter, says Stokes’s fatherAlso Read | Sharing World Cup should be considered if finalists can’t be separated: New Zealand coachAlso Read | England vs New Zealand World Cup 2019 Final: Great show by both teams, says Virat Kohlilast_img read more

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