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MessagePosté le: Ven 29 Juin - 05:16 (2018)    Sujet du message: at the track. Robinson and Morlu w Répondre en citant

Misbah-ul-Haq proved his pedigree in Pakistans first Test victory over England at Lords and should be saluted by the cricketing world, says Saj Sadiq. David Justice Braves Jersey ... When Pakistans Test captain recently raised his hand in a salute to commemorate his first Test century at Lords, the joy on his face was more than an obvious reflection of achieving a fantastic milestone at the home of cricket.Similar to how Misbah-ul-Haq must have felt then, for the millions of Pakistan fans watching that moment live on television or the privileged few present at the ground, the relief felt as three figures came up against the name of the 42-year-old Misbahs name was simply a final and much-belated confirmation of the batsmans importance to Pakistan cricket.  Its unfortunate that in todays world, Test cricket is fast becoming irrelevant to many of the global audience, which seems to thrive on an almost unlimited supply of fast-paced games played in coloured clothing.It is no surprise, therefore, that to many the most memorable innings from Misbah-ul-Haq would be in a losing cause during the 2007 World Twenty20 final against India in South Africa or the semi-final against the same opposition in the World Cup of 2011. Misbah-ul-Haqs first visit to Lords was certainly one to remember Unfairly given the nickname name Tuk Tuk (an attempt to describe his careful and calculated approach to batting), Misbah was ushered away from the shorter forms of cricket in face of stinging criticism which seemed to reach epic proportions after Pakistan bowed out of the 2015 World Cup.The proof of Misbahs pedigree as a batsman can be found in the shape of him currently being third on the list of most runs scored after the age of 40, behind Sir Jack Hobbs and Patsy Hendren. Apart from his recent hundred at Lords, one can also consider his magnificent innings against Australia in Abu Dhabi - where he equalled the record held by the great Sir Vivian Richards for the fastest Test century in history - to appreciate the true worth of Misbah as a batsman. Alastair Cook and Misbah give their reaction after Pakistans 75-run victory over England His Test batting average of just below 50 is testimony to what a magnificent batsman he is. He has not had things his own way though and had to win over the public after an indifferent start to his Test career where he was labelled by many as not good enough for international cricket.     Misbah is a serious man of few words who prefers to stay out of the limelight and instead prefers family time and to let his cricket do the talking. He isnt one for ridiculous statements and perhaps thats the reason he isnt always flavour of the month for the Pakistani media.However, the intangible aspect of Misbahs presence for the Pakistan team may not appeal to some but is equally important when judging his legacy. To put it simply, he has been the source of stability on and off the field to a team well known for internal squabbles and disunity. Over the past couple of days weve seen a press-up craze, but who is the press-up king? He took over the team in the aftermath of one the toughest crises to hit Pakistan or indeed world cricket. This was the time when the actions of the trio of Mohammad Amir, Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif threw Pakistan cricket into a nightmare which was only rescued by Misbahs calm leadership.Undaunted by the challenges he has faced since that dark period, Misbah continued to toil away with the results of his many years of endeavour plain to see in Pakistans current Test ranking, which puts them within striking distance of the No 1 position. The presence of Pakistan among the top teams in the Test rankings under Misbahs leadership assumes even greater significance when one factors in the fact that Pakistan has not played a single Test match on their own soil since March 2009, when the Sri Lankan team was the subject of a terrorist attack in Lahore.  Any person with lesser character, let alone a captain, would have probably chosen to walk away but Misbah, with his single-minded determination to achieve greatness for his country, has ably lead a team of mainly young players through what can be classed as all tours away from home. Along the way he has faced criticism of a very personal nature from experts of all descriptions but, using his own performance and a calm demeanour to absorb any negativity about his team or himself, he has ensured that neither he nor his team lost the focus on the goal of restoring the Pakistan side to its previous greatness. Also consider the fact that Pakistan teams rarely go through a tour without any controversies but as remarkable as his record as captain it might be, Misbahs ability to lead Pakistan through series without anything untoward undoubtedly deserves accolades as well. It is no wonder that even a mere hint by Misbah about retiring caused ripples of concerns among followers and administrators alike, resulting in clarifications and reassurances by the much-respected Test captain that he would be around to guide his team during the ongoing series against England. David Lloyd was on hand to show Misbah how to do some proper press-ups! Compared to the great Imran Khan for his influence on Pakistan cricket as well as the results he has provided for his country so far, Misbah-ul-Haqs determination to lead his team towards more glory shows no sign of diminishing. He is still there, leading his team with the same fervour, passion and calmness. The legacy of excellence in his performances as a player and as a captain will be a hard one to follow for any mortal who aspires to lead a mercurial side such as Pakistan.Misbah may have saluted the Pakistan flag at Lords, but in the opinion of many in the cricketing world, he is the one who should be saluted. Watch day one of the second Test between England and Pakistan live on Sky Sports 2 this Friday from 10am. Also See: How it happened First Test scorecard Players of the Test Reckless England Deion Sanders Braves Jersey .A. Dickey, even though he was coming off a Cy Young Award in 2012. Many felt the Jays would regret giving up righthanded pitcher prospect Noah Syndergaard and catcher Travis DArnaud over the long haul. Scott Kazmir Braves Jersey . -- The Chicago Bears say they have agreed to a one-year contract with centre Roberto Garza. http://www.bravesapparelsshop.com/ender-inciarte-jersey-c-39/ . The Calgary Stampeders announced both moves on Wednesday. Parker played 17 regular season games with the Stampeders in 2013, setting career-highs in catches (21) and yards (217).INDIANAPOLIS -- Kurt Busch just made his attempt at completing The Double a lot tougher after crashing during Mondays practice at Indianapolis. Busch spun coming out of the second turn on the 2.5-mile oval and slammed hard into the outside wall. It was the biggest crash of the month. Andretti Autosport said Monday night the car would not be repaired by the Indy 500 and Busch will drive teammate Marco Andrettis backup car. Busch will still start 12th. Debris flew into the air, there was a small fire and one of the tires rolled dangerously down the track as the car rolled to a stop on the infield grass. But the hardest part for Busch was contemplating all the work that must be done now as he becomes the fourth driver to attempt completing both the Indianapolis Indy 500 and NASCARs Coca-Cola 600, 1,100 total miles, on the same day. Both races will be held Sunday. "This created a lot of work for the Andretti guys. I feel bad for that," he said. "As a rookie, theres things you learn and put it up on the edge and get away with and then theres times when it will bite you. Its just tough." Fortunately, Busch was not seriously hurt. IndyCar medical director Dr. Michael Olinger checked him at the infield medical centre and immediately cleared him to drive. Busch said he was fine and ready to return to racing Friday when the final 1-hour practice sessions will be held. Busch said it wasnt a big deal he had to switch cars because he completed his Indy rookie orientation program earlier this month in a different Andretti Autosport car. "The ability of the Andretti Autosport team to field the car, it doesnt matter how it starts, or where it comes from, theyve been very accurate with everything," Busch said by phone. "Ill get over it quick. Ive wrecked cars before." In the garage area, crew members covered the damaged right side of the car with blankets before moving in into the garage and closing the door. When some fans attempted to take parts from the car, Andretti Autosport team members chased them down and retrieved the parts. The team then took the car back to its Indy shop to determine whether the car could be repaired. "Weve already worked our crews to death, trying to work with this schedule," said Kyle Moyer, Andrettis director of racing operations. "But well get it done." Initially, officials said Busch would start from the back of the field if he used another car in the race. Series officials later clarified that would not be the case, something that should help Busch. He qualified 12th, the outside of Row 4 on the 33-car starting grid. No driver has won Indy after starting 33rd. What happened? "I was starting to feel comfortable," Busch said. &quuot;Thats when I made the mistake of just letting my guard down or settling into that long run-type mentality whereas with an Indy car you have to be on edge. Braves Gear. You have to keep track of where you are at all times and the adjustments in the car." Other IndyCar drivers thought Busch may have been done in by his NASCAR roots. "It looked like he just got loose in two and it looked to me like he overcorrected, like you would in NASCAR," Josef Newgarden said. "The thing looked like it almost snapped straight, but then it went in on its side." Here are five other things from practice. NEW LEADER: Though the speed chart from Mondays practice means little because teams were working on race setup in traffic, Newgarden, who drives for Sarah Fishers team was the fastest of the day. His best lap was 227.105 mph. Juan Pablo Montoya, the 2000 Indy winner who drives for Roger Penske, was second at 226.532. Scott Dixon, also a previous Indy winner, was third at 226.433, for Target Chip Ganassi and Russias Mikhail Aleshin was the fastest rookie at 226.371. Aleshin was fourth. ACTING PRESIDENTIAL: NCAA President Mark Emmert got a chance to show a different side at Indianapolis. He opened practice waving the green flag and also got a chance to ride around the track with three-time Indy winner Dario Franchitti, who retired last fall. "That was the best ever," Emmert said. "He (Dario) was always my favourite driver. It was a complete surprise that he was driving it. It was wonderful to chat with him, and of course, ride around the track with him." MARRIAGE VOWS: Long-time Indianapolis 500 fans Cory and Linlee Patterson of Lafayette, Indiana, were married Sunday in one of the Tower Terrace suites. They met speedway president Doug Boles, pole-winner Ed Carpenter. They have attended the past five 500s together. OLYMPIC QUEST: Dallas Robinson and Abe Morlu, who worked with the U.S. bobsled and luge team at the Sochi Olympics, were at the track working with Buddy Laziers team Monday. They met Laziers engineer, David Cripps, at the Olympics and were reunited at the track. Robinson and Morlu worked with the team and took a ride in the 2-seater driven by Mario Andretti. THE SWITCHBACK?: NASCAR driver Parker Kligerman started his career in open-wheel cars. Now the 23-year-old is considering a move back. He would replace Busch in the Coca-Cola 600 if Busch doesnt make it back in time. "I have a love for open-wheel cars and its something that me and my manager Bob Perona have talked about," Kligerman said. 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