Pant, who became the 291st player to play for India , took five catches on his debut which made him the youngest keeper to take five catches in an innings of an worldwide match, eclipsing Chris Read who did it against NZ at Birmingham in 1999 at an age of 20y 325d.
He says he's "at ease with the decision that I have made". Since then, he racked up 18 career wins in the Cup Series. Next on the schedule is Saturday's race at Bristol Motor Speedway . He added that "the highs didn't outweigh the lows". Beyond driving, he owns teams that compete in the World of Outlaws sprint-car series. On Wednesday, August 15, Elliott Sadler announced that he will retire from full-time NASCAR competition after the 2018 season.
That's when they brought in Jose Mourinho , who is seen as a victor, at all costs and one of those is the style of play, which has seemingly suffered. "I don't care", Mourinho said of the interview . The "again" was a dig at him having quit the club in 2012 to earn more money at Juventus before his £89million return two years ago.
As for Özil, he was also taken off in the second half, and with all that's going on around the German at this point of time, this is probably not the way he would have liked to answer his critics - with two poor performances against big teams.
With rumours that the pair weren't seeing eye to eye doing the rounds prior to the game at Wembley, it later appeared Willian had shown his feelings towards Conte through a creative use of emoji on his Instagram story . Now we have to continue, because next Saturday Arsenal is waiting, a great game, and we want to win. The Brazilian worldwide, despite being one of the London club's key players last season, appeared to fall out of favour with his former manager towards the end of the ...
Maddocks scored Australia's only try on his Test debut after replacing winger Dane Haylett-Petty for the final 25 minutes on Saturday night and Cheika said he'd have no hesitation starting the 22-year-old should Folau be ruled out. Australia's makeshift pack struggled at the set piece, turning over the ball at the lineout and conceding penalties at scrum-time. "We need to be disappointed about this result", said skipper Michael Hooper .