Neymar’s return ‘better than expected’ – Brazil physical trainer

first_img“He has evolved well. He trains every day. I could even say that his development is better than expected,” the trainer, Fabio Mahseredjian, told journalists.Team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar, who led the operation on Neymar in March, said “he’s regaining his usual movements bit by bit. The next step is full group training and then play games. Everything is being done for him to feel at ease.”Neymar will have a chance to get back to match fitness with a friendly against Croatia on June 3 and Austria on June 10. The team opens their World Cup campaign against Switzerland on June 17.Meanwhile, winger Douglas Costa suffered a “minor muscular injury,” Lasmar said, and could miss the friendlies.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Happy returns: Neymar smiles as he trains with Brazil teammate Gabriel Jesus on Wednesday © AFP / Mauro PIMENTELTERESÓPOLIS, Brazil, May 23 – Brazil’s star forward Neymar is returning to training “better than expected,” after more than two months out with a broken foot bone, the Brazilian team physical trainer said Wednesday.The Paris Saint-Germain striker, who was injured in February and underwent surgery in Brazil, is in training with the national team in Teresopolis, near Rio de Janeiro, ahead of the World Cup in Russia.last_img read more

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Arsenal and Spurs in transfer fight, Man United to sell star, Fabregas to Italy?

first_imgDavid de Gea will wait to see if Jose Mourinho will remain as Manchester United manager next season before agreeing to a new contract beyond 2020. (Daily Mirror)Meanwhile, the Red Devils may look to sell centre-back Eric Bailly in January to help fund Jose Mourinho’s defensive overhaul.  (Manchester Evening News)Chelsea have opened talks with AC Milan over the sale of Cesc Fabregas to the Serie A side. (Calciomercato)Juventus are interested in signing Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey on a free next summer, but have identified Paris Saint-Germain’s Adrien Rabiot as their next target if the Welshman decides against joining the Italian champions. (The Sun) Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland 3 3 The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star West Ham will only hand Samir Nasri a six-month contract if they decide to sign him. The 31-year-old former Man City and Arsenal forward is training with the Hammers as he completes a doping ban which runs until January 1. (Daily Mirror)Arsenal and Tottenham are both keen on signing Hoffenheim midfielder Nadiem Amiri, despite the 22-year-old German not yet playing this season due to injury. (Bild)Manchester City’s 19-year-old Spanish midfielder Brahim Diaz has reportedly reached an informal agreement to join Real Madrid in January – FULL STORYMan City could look to replace the youngster in the same transfer window, with the Premier League champions favourites to sign Benfica’s 17-year-old Portuguese midfielder Tiago Dantas. (Manchester Evening News)Former Liverpool and City striker Mario Balotelli has been linked with a move to Major League Soccer with Philadelphia Union. The 28-year-old is currently at Ligue 1 side Nice, although has only made eight appearances this season. (Goal) moving on targets Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Transfer gossip on talkSPORT.com AC Milan attempted to sign Cristiano Ronaldo last summer, before he left Real Madrid to sign for Juventus, but the Italian club’s former owners would not sanction the deal. (Sportitalia)Former West Ham defender James Collins, 35, could join Aston Villa having been training with the club since his departure from the London club. Villa boss Dean Smith will make a decision on Collins in the near future. (Birmingham Mail)Leicester defender Filip Benkovic has been described as ‘top class’ and ready for the Premier League by Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers. The 21-year-old Croatian is on loan with the Hoops this season, and has been likened to Virgil van Dijk. (Daily Record) 3 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ LIVING THE DREAM REVEALED LATEST Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Latest talkSPORT.com EXCLUSIVES and transfer headlines:‘Liverpool were outclassed by Paris Saint-Germain and James Milner is NOT a central midfielder’, says Dean SaundersN’Golo Kante is being ‘wasted’ and may look to leave Chelsea if it continues, says Tony Cascarino ‘Maurizio Sarri is totally wrong’ – Dean Saunders slams Chelsea manager over his comments about N’Golo Kante‘I loved it, me!’ – Neil Warnock defends Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho over bottle-smash celebration Rangers boss Steven Gerrard eyeing Wolves defender Dominic Iorfa and urged to sign Ashley Cole Mario Balotelli could be on his way to the MLS targets Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father IN DEMAND Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Eric Bailly could be on his way out of Manchester United RANKED talkSPORT.com round up all the biggest transfer news from Friday’s papers and online…last_img read more

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News in brief: Moses injury, loan moves for Blues and QPR youngsters

first_imgMoses faces a spell out of actionVictor MosesThe on-loan Chelsea winger could return to Stamford Bridge from Stoke after suffering a thigh injury that will keep him out of action for six to eight weeks. Moses, 23, was taken off during Stoke’s defeat against Burnley on Saturday and scans have shown a tear in his thigh muscle.Eden HazardThe Chelsea star is in contention for the PFA fans’ player of the month award for November. Hazard has been nominated alongside Sergio Aguero, David De Gea, Alexis Sanchez, Nathaniel Clyne and Moussa Sissoko.World XIChelsea duo Branislav Ivanovic and Filipe Luis are among 20 defenders shortlisted for the Fifa/Fifpro World XI for 2014. Former Blues centre-back David Luiz is also on the list. The midfielders and forwards will be unveiled over the coming days.Alex DaveyChelsea’s 20-year-old defeder has joined Scunthorpe on a short-term emergency loan deal. Davey, who has played for Scotland Under-19s, will be at Glanford Park until 3 January, in what is his first spell away from Stamford Bridge.Max EhmerThe QPR defender has signed a one-month loan deal with League One side Gillingham. The 22-year-old will be at Priestfield until 3 January and links up with fellow Rangers youngster Michael Doughty, who is also on loan at the Kent club.Eoin MorganThe Middlesex batsman made just one in England’s 25-run defeat to Sri Lanka in the first one-day international in Colombo on Wednesday. His county colleague Steven Finn was ruled out on the morning of the match with a groin injury.HarlequinsThe date for Quins’ LV= Cup third round match with Bath has been confirmed. They will meet at the Stoop on Saturday 31 January, with a 2.40pm kick-off.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Raiders place Feliciano on IR, sign two guards

first_imgALAMEDA — With both guard spots up in the air heading in to their Week 15 road game in Cincinnati, the Raiders added Cameron Hunt and Denver Kirkland Tuesday to the 53-man roster.Jon Feliciano, who started at left guard in a 24-21 win over Pittsburgh, was placed on injured reserve with a calf injury and will miss the last three games of the season. The Raiders also waived C.J. Anderson, the former Denver running back who was added to the roster last week and was not active against …last_img read more

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Ratto: Sharks’ Thornton line turns Game 1 against Avalanche

first_imgThe San Jose Sharks had less rest and more momentum than the Colorado Avalanche when this Western Conference semifinal series began, so they did what any team in their predicament would do.San Jose surrendered momentum in the first period and figured how to get its rest in the second and third, all in one night. Seems perfectly reasonable when you think about it … as long as you don’t think about it too long.The Teal Apology won Game One, 5-2, despite surrendering early operational control to …last_img read more

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Giants’ Posey hopes for minimum stay on injured list with hamstring strain

first_imgSAN FRANCISCO — In retrospect, Buster Posey thinks perhaps he shouldn’t have tried so hard to get an infield single.We last saw Posey on June 1, when the Giants beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-2 at Camden Yards. Batting against angular reliever Miguel Castro, Posey reached out and topped an infield grounder which was fielded by Orioles first baseman Trey Mancini.With Mancini’s momentum carrying him toward second, he turned and threw to Castro, who arrived at first base just before Posey. The …last_img read more

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Make Like a Dog, Owl, or Beetle: How Biomimetics Will Improve Our Lives

first_img(Visited 93 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 The greatest breakthroughs in health and engineering may be as near as the back yard: 13  14 more stimulating stories from biomimetics.Doggy human vaccination breakthrough:  Medical Xpress announced another reason to pat your dog.  “Common canine virus may lead to new vaccines for deadly human diseases,” the headline begins: Researchers at the University of Georgia have discovered that a virus commonly found in dogs may serve as the foundation for the next great breakthrough in human vaccine development.”  Since the virus does not cause disease in humans, it can be used as a vector for vaccine delivery to places hard to the human immune system.  “This approach not only ensures full exposure to the vaccine but also is much safer because it does not require the use of attenuated, or weakened, pathogens.”Make like an owl:  A beautiful shot of a great grey owl in flight, feathers outspread, graces a story on Science Daily about silent flight.  Owls’ specialized plumage reduces noise, enabling them to “hunt in acoustic stealth,” the article said.  That’s why “Researchers from the University of Cambridge, England, are studying the owl’s wing structure to better understand how it mitigates noise so they can apply that information to the design of conventional aircraft.”  Unlucky homeowners in the flight path of airports will be glad.  Surprisingly, little is known about this.  “No one knows exactly how owls achieve this acoustic stealth, and the reasons for this feat are largely speculative based on comparisons of owl feathers and physiology to other not-so-quiet birds such as pigeons.”  This is a good example of biomimetics motivating pure research.  Airplane wings are noisy because they create turbulent eddies.Owls, however, possess no fewer than three distinct physical attributes that are thought to contribute to their silent flight capability: a comb of stiff feathers along the leading edge of the wing; a soft downy material on top of the wing; and a flexible fringe at the trailing edge of the wing. At present it is not known whether it is a single attribute or the combination of attributes that are the root cause of the noise reduction.Useful noise:  Speaking of noise, it can actually power a machine.  At the Free University of Berlin, Science Daily reported, a team has taken interest in how a cell’s molecular machines can harness the noise of thermal motion for useful work.  Random fluctuations don’t have to be a nuisance if you have intelligent design.  “This noise is a source of energy and its utilisation for undertaking a task is a paradigm that nature has shown to be possible in certain cases.”  By designing a ratcheting device, they’ve made hydrogen molecules move a lever with a mass ten million trillion times greater than the hydrogen.Silk body scanners:  Imagine tiny mirrors made of biodegradable silk that can be implanted in your body to scan for problems.  They dissolve away harmlessly, requiring no further care.  That’s what Science Daily reported from Tufts University.  And that’s not all these wonders can do: “Implantable Silk Optics Multi-Task in Body: Dissolvable Micro-Mirrors Enhance Imaging, Administer Heat, Deliver and Monitor Drugs.” One of the researchers explained, “The important implication here is that using a single biofriendly, resorbable device one could image a site of interest, such as a tumor, apply therapy as needed and then monitor the progress of the therapy.”Pulling water from the air, like magic, like beetle:  Visualize a water bottle that fills itself up from the air.  Possible?  Beetles in the Namib desert, living in a climate so arid it only gets 0.5″ of rain a year, can do this trick.  PhysOrg wrote, “Biomimicry is the term given to using nature as an inspiration for sustainable technology ideas, and a young company has joined the biomimicry brigade with its prototype self filling water bottle, which mimics the Namib desert beetle.”  Yeah, but it takes a long time to fill, right?  Not so: “They say that, like this beetle, their bottle can pull water from the air. Their self-filling water bottle is said to be capable of storing up to three liters every hour.”  That’s enough to keep a desert hiker hydrated.  The company has developed a proof-of-concept prototype and hopes to bring it to market before long.  And that’s not all; they’re thinking global: “enhanced dehumidification for households; potable water for military operations; water for greenhouses to support plant life; and potable water for third world nations.”Fish leader:  This is a twist on biomimetics: imitating a fish for their own good.  Science Daily reported on work at Polytechnic University of New York on a robotic fish that imitates zebrafish, tail swishes and all.  They’re testing this “bioinspired robot” that “eventually may steer live animal or marine groups from danger.”Fast eye-like screen:  Ever think about how quickly your eyes can adjust between bright and shadow?  Wouldn’t it be nice if your phone or tablet screen could keep up?  Science Daily says, “Mathematics Helps Mobiles and Tablets Match Eyes’ Ability to Switch from Sunshine to Shadow.”  This seems to imply the eye knows some good mathematics.  The new streaming technology may offer “enormous benefits” to apps from gaming to security.  Researchers from the University of Warwick have “pushed the boundaries of High Dynamic Range (HDR) video to match our own eyes’ ability to cope with the real world’s ever rapidly changing light intensity — such as sun simply going behind clouds.”Get her an elegant hagfish gown for Christmas:  Don’t say yuck yet: “Nylon, Kevlar and other synthetic fabrics: Step aside. If new scientific research pans out, people may be sporting shirts, blouses and other garments made from fibers modeled after those in the icky, super-strong slime from a creature called the hagfish.”  Believe it or not; Science Daily introduced “Hagfish Slime as a Model for Tomorrow’s Natural Fabrics.”  Apparently hagfish, which can generate quarts of slime in seconds, are competing with spider silk for material of the future.  “The slime consists of tens of thousands of remarkably strong threads, each 100 times thinner than a human hair,” the article said.  The lady doesn’t have to know where it came from.Birthday suit:  What could be finer than skin for protection?  It breathes, it cools, it adjusts to absorb or repel moisture.  For those not ready to make like Adam and Eve, researchers at the University of Amherst and other institutions are developing a “second skin” fabric that could provide these benefits in clothing.  PhysOrg said it will be great for military uniforms of the future.  Their “nanotube-based fabric that repels chemical and biological agents” can provide both comfort and protection.  Here’s what the federal funding might bring to our defense forces, and maybe to the rest of us, too:The researchers say the fabric will be able to switch reversibly from a highly breathable state to a protective one in response to the presence of the environmental threat without the need for an external control system. In the protective state, the uniform material will block the chemical threat while maintaining a good breathability level. “The uniform will be like a smart second skin that responds to the environment,” says [Francesco] Fornasiero.The sea monster against the insect:  Who would have thought sea anemones would inspire insect repellants?  They give off a powerful toxin that scientists in Belgium are looking into, Science Daily said.  “Are toxins friend or foe? The more we understand these toxins, they are more friend, and less foe,” a co-author said.  The article explained the possible benefits, “Since these toxins disable ion channels that mediate pain and inflammation, they could also spur drug development aimed at pain, cardiac disorders, epilepsy and seizure disorders, and immunological diseases such as multiple sclerosis.”Spider web insect repellant:  Speaking of materials and insect repellants, just the sight of a spider web may be enough to scare insects away.  Live Science reported on work by researchers at Miami University (in Ohio) who found that plant damage was significantly reduced in the field when spider silk was detectable by the insects, even if from spiders not natural to the area.  Why invent artificial poisons, when a natural substance can do the trick?DNA toy story:  Scaled up to our size, they look like toy blocks, Rubik’s cubes, or toy space shuttles, but they’re made out of DNA.  Science showed pictures of Lego-like structures that a Harvard team made out of short pieces of DNA that can be stacked at will into various shapes.  Why?  Sorry, kids; “The method opens a new route to complex self-assembled (3D) nanostructures that may serve as addressable templates for placing guest molecules with high precision, with possible applications in biophysics, medicine, and nanoelectronics.”Bee-bite medicine:  “Honeybees never cease to amaze us,” begins an article on PhysOrg. Now, “their bite contains a natural anesthetic.” Why re-invent what nature already produces?  Because the bee’s anesthetic is non-toxic to humans and animals, “this natural substance is likely to find many applications in both human and veterinary medicine.”____It’s clear that biomimetics remains one of the hottest trends in science.  Did evolution have anything to do with these advances?  Nada.  Most of the stories did not even use the word.  Even when mentioned, evolution was not at all vital to the story, especially the Darwinian kind.  Here’s a sample of the E-word from the story about DNA Legos: “DNA nanotechnology evolved from Seeman’s pioneering ideas in the 1980s about using immobile DNA junctions to create periodic DNA lattices  and bioelectronic devices.”  Needless to say, that’s not Darwinism; that’s intelligent design.This just in: another beetle inspiration:  Science Daily just reported that researchers at the University of Tennessee want to imitate the whirligig beetle.  Why? “The propulsive efficiency of the species has been claimed in literature to be one of the highest measured for a thrust-generating apparatus within the animal kingdom,” a researcher said; “inspiration for developing energy-efficient propulsion mechanisms for swimming vehicles and robots.”  The beetle’s secret was a mystery till they studied it with high-speed cameras and found that each of the beetle’s three pairs of legs performs a different function.  Mingjun Zhang remarked, “I am always amazed how nature does this with the small organism.”Zhang’s team looks to nature for inspiration in engineering. By studying the movements of the whirligig beetle, the team is applying nature’s principles to bio-inspired swimming and diving robots. He is designing the robots for the Office of Naval Research through their Young Investigator Program award which he received in 2011. The award gives him $170,000 in annual research grants for three years.See, kids?  Robots are not only cool; there’s money to be made in biomimetics.We hope you enjoy these true examples of good science as much as we enjoy reporting them.  Biomimetics is helping lead the world out of the dark ages of Darwinism, and opening up a golden age of inspiring, interesting and useful research that everyone can benefit from.  Use these stories to motivate and encourage a great awakening of science as it used to be: understanding nature to benefit the world.last_img read more

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Cinematography Tip: Working with Motivated Camera Movement

first_imgMotivated camera movement helps narrate your film visually. Here are a few examples you can put into action in your own work.On the surface, camera movement appears to just be a technique to make a shot more interesting and keep the audience engaged. When the movement is done well, it can increase the audience’s opinion of your production value. Sometimes, camera movement is necessary to keep up the film’s pace. If suddenly there’s a bunch of action taking place and people running around but the camera is locked down, it tends to slow everything down.But there’s an important factor to keep in mind when planning your shots, blocking, and camera movement: the camera is the film’s silent narrator. You can use movement to guide the audience through the scene, slowly revealing certain people or objects in order to create suspense — or simply control the pacing of the scene.Broadly speaking, camera movement, like the narration of a book, can fall into three categories:Point-of-view/first-personMotivated camera movement/third-person (limited)Unmotivated camera movement/third-person (omniscient)Let’s dive a bit deeper into motivated camera movement. This is movement that the actions on screen dictate. We are literally following the action, whereas unmotivated camera movement means the camera essentially moves freely, detached from any specific action. Keep in mind that motivated camera movement can be as simple as tilting or panning to follow a character walking across the room — or lowering his hand under a table during a shady deal — but you can use it for more than that.The lens is the storyteller. Think about why the camera is moving in the first place. Spielberg is known for a lot of oners, and using motivated camera movement is a reminder that just because we’re following movement doesn’t mean that we’re limited as storytellers. In Raiders of the Lost Ark, we get an excellent example of this during Marion’s introduction.In this one shot, we go through several movements. The movement mimics our own entry into the bar, as if we are a customer coming upon the riotous drinking game. The second movement focuses on the two characters involved in the game. We follow their facial expressions and hand movements. (These close-ups allow us to feel what the characters are going through.) As we follow their hands, we see the focused standoff between Marion and her drinking partner, and even though Marion plays up how drunk she is, her handling of the class (which the camera movement focuses on) clues us in that she has the upper hand in the game — compared to her opponent’s sloppy lack of gross motor control.Motivated camera movement should logically follow the blocking. Gareth Evans uses this idea wonderfully in The Raid: Redemption.Nearly every camera move in this scene follows a fist, a kick, or a blade, which yields a powerful and amped-up “narration” of this fight scene. Paul Greengrass, director of the Jason Bourne sequels and one of the architects of the shaky cam trend, might have simply added superfluous and nauseating camera shake to this scene to try and amp up the action. However, through strong motivated camera movements, Evans adds incredible kinetic energy while maintaining clear visual narration.Unless the camera is a character’s POV, it should not have sway over the blocking of the characters. The camera should either follow the blocking or provide an independent, third-person perspective. If the camera alone dictates the blocking, the scene will feel unnatural. Don’t move the characters aimlessly around a room as an excuse to use fancy camera movements. Cover image via Paramount Pictures.Looking for more articles on cinematography? Check these out.Video Gear: Is the Fuji X-T3 a Viable Option for Filmmakers?The Most Exciting Camera Rumors of 2019New Filmmaker Tips For Using The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4kThe Cinematic Power of Hitchcock’s Dolly Zoom TechniqueHands-On Review: The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4Klast_img read more

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BCCI moves HC against arbitrator’s stay to Royals’ termination

first_imgThe Cricket Board on Thursday moved the Bombay High Court against the arbitrator’s stay to the termination of contract with IPL franchisee Rajasthan Royals by it.The High Court will fix a date of hearing of BCCI’s appeal on Friday.Justice BN Srikrishna, who was appointed as arbitrator with the consent of both the parties, on November 30 stayed the termination saying that prima facie it was ‘illegal’.Meanwhile, in an other development, Kings XI Punjab today alleged before the High Court that the BCCI “deliberately” kept silent on arbitrator Justice Srikrishna’s disclosure that he might have to pull out of arbitration.The BCCI terminated franchisee contract with Kings XI too and this dispute has also landed in the High Court as Justice Srikrishna yesterday recused himself from arbitration.The former Supreme Court judge disclosed that he had once represented (as a lawyer) Bombay Dyeing, whose owner Ness Wadia has a stake in Kings XI. Following which, BCCI said that it had some “reservations”, and Srikrishna decided to pull out of the proceedings.But today, Kings XI lawyer and senior counsel Darius Khambata alleged that Justice Srikrishna had disclosed this fact on November 23, during arbitration proceedings between BCCI and Rajasthan Royals, but BCCI did not take exception to his acting as arbitrator in Kings XI dispute until yesterday.”BCCI kept silent deliberately… They strung us along for one week as the deadline for negotiating with ‘marquee players’ is to expire on December 6,” said advocate Khambata.Justice S J Vazifdar, who was hearing the case today, remarked: “The learned judge (Srikrishna) ought not to have recused.” .advertisementAs the High Court is going to hear both Kings XI’s petition, as well as BCCI’s appeal against arbitrator’s stay in Rajasthan Royal’s case next week, Kings XI today said that BCCI should postpone the date by which IPL franchisees are to submit list of contracted ‘marquee players’.As per the current schedule, teams are to conclude their contracts with four marquee players by December 6.Marquee players are the ones who had been with the franchisee for the previous three years. Every team can retain four marquee players, including a maximum of three Indians.After December 6, those players who have not been signed up by their existing team, can enter into contract with other franchisees.Kings XI’s case is that since its franchisee contract is terminated, it is at a disadvantage while negotiating with players.But BCCI lawyer advocate CA Sundaram said that the cricket body was not ready for this, though it was ready to postpone the next stage, when teams can start signing up remaining players, till December 10.Justice Vazifdar said he would pass order on this on Friday.last_img read more

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Ind vs Eng: England have worked very hard for the No.1 spot, says Strauss

first_imgEngland captain Andrew Strauss on Saturday lauded his team for working hard to become World No.1 Test team, replacing India.England won the third Test by an innings and 242-run loss and took an unassailable 3-0 lead in the four-match series that ended India’s 22-month stay at top.”Getting to No. 1 has been a goal for a long time and it fills me with a lot of pride to know we have completed something very special. We have had to work very had and the guys have put a lot of hard graft to get to No.1,” said Strauss.The England captain was all praise for opening batsman Alastair Cook, who batted for 13 hours, for his career best 294. Strauss (87) and Cook set the tone of the innings with their 186-run opening stand.”It was fantastic to get runs myself and then sit on the sofa and watch Cookie bat for two days. He has amazing concentration and determination, he’s in this patch at the moment where he’s very clear what his game was and he’s an example for us all,” he said.Asked about his decision to bowl, Strauss said: “It wasn’t a massive gamble to bowl first, there was probably less in the wicket than we thought there would be, and by the time we batted the wicket had gone flat. The wickets have been shared around the bowlers and the pressure they have applied has been relentless.”Cook, who was adjudged as Man of the Match, said he was pleased with his efforts despite missing out on a deserving triple century.advertisement”The work put in over the week off has paid dividends for me. Over the last 12 months scoring big hundreds was what I needed to work at and I’m glad that’s happened. You want the attacking middle order players to go at the tiring bowlers later in the day. I am very pleased but it’s a huge team effort to bowl a team like that (India) out for less than 250 on a flat wicket in both innings,” he said.- With inputs from IANSlast_img read more

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