Earlier, the ICC had asked the BCCI to get the sign removed, saying that it was against regulations. In an editorial, news website The Print said Dhoni had "erred by wearing" the military logo on his gloves. Gayle's request was rejected for the same reason as Dhoni's. The Army insignia, or the "Balidaan badge", was spotted when MS Dhoni affected a stumping to help India pick up a wicket in the 40th over of the South African innings in India's World Cup opener on Wednesday (June 5).
Fast-forward to Sunday afternoon. Kevin Durant is listed as questionable for game 5 of the NBA Finals after practicing for the first time since hurting his calf on May 8th. "That's what I did from that point on, bet on myself and trust that I really felt what I was doing and really believed in it". "If that's win a game and be patient, then we got to go do that".
Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates with the trophy after his final match against Austria's Dominic Thiem . Thiem, who has never made it to the final at another Grand Slam , is looking to become the first Austrian to win a major since Thomas Muster lifted the Musketeers Cup at the French Open in 1995.
Virat Kohli is the world´s top-ranked batsman in one-day internationals and Tests while Mitchell Starc is Australia´s left-arm pace spearhead. The innings mirrored South Africa's World Cup campaign to date as their batsmen struggled to find form or fluency on wickets that were good for striking.
Jason Roy made the highest individual score of the World Cup so far as his dynamic century powered England towards a huge total against Bangladesh in Cardiff on Saturday. Roy completed his century in weird fashion when, running to the non-striker´s end as he completed what should have been a single to take him to 97, Mohammad Mithun at deep square leg misfielded and the ball went for four.
Hazard , 28, is one of Chelsea's best-ever players and has been one of the Premier League's biggest stars since his 2012 arrival at Stamford Bridge. He won two Premier League titles, two UEFA Europa League titles, one FA Cup title and one League Cup title. The Stamford Bridge hierarchy want their eventual new manager to arrive with the potential to make new recruits, with Barcelona's Philippe Coutinho a possible target as Hazard's replacement.