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Ish Sodhi responds after reporter asks him to answer in Hindi after after India clash!

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Ish Sodhi was asked by a reporter to answer in Hindi during the post-match press conference after New Zealand's emphatic win against India by 8 wickets at the Dubai International cricket stadium on Sunday. Sodhi, who was born in Ludhiana in India, took the wickets of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli.

India were restricted to 110 as none of their batsman could cross the 30-run mark. Later, New Zealand chased down the target with as many as 33 balls remaining.

was adjudged Player of the Match for taking two wickets and bowling 9 dots in his four overs for 17 runs. During the post-match press conference, the 29-year-old was asked to explain the changes a bowler needs to make while bowling in the different halves of the game.

The twist to the question came when the journalist asked Sodhi to answer in Hindi.

Though in English, Sodhi was spot on with his reply.

“My Hindi is gonna be tested here, sir. I think if my mum is watching this and if I say something slightly wrong, she would give me a hard time about it. So, I will answer in English this time around but hopefully, I can develop my Hindi better,” said Ish Sodhi after the match between India and New Zealand," Sodhi told the reporter.

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Ahmedabad IPL establishment proprietors make first installment, sign on specked lines

Indeed, even as theory keeps on mounting over the qualifications of CVC Capital, projecting questions over its effective bid for the Ahmedabad establishment in the Indian Premier League (IPL), data has arisen that the worldwide Private Equity firm has as of now satisfied its first monetary responsibility. It has made an installment of INR 75 crore to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), as needed by an establishment after its triumphant bid, and the American speculation organization, with more than 120 billion turnover, is accepted to have additionally consented to the establishment arrangement.

All that it requires now is the counter signature from the BCCI specialists. CVC is presently anticipating the marked papers from the BCCI, something even the Lucknow establishment proprietors, Sanjiv Gaoenka's RPSG Group, is searching for. According to the understanding, the two new establishments need to pay 30% of their bid sum in the primary seven day stretch of January. CVC won the Ahmedabad establishment for Rs 5625 crore.

Questions have been projected over CVC Capitals' offered on account of its interest in a British wagering organization and the data has prompted hypothesis that the BCCI will audit the entire arrangement as connections with wagering firms is illicit in India. The counter-contention to the dispute has been that CVC interest in Sky Betting in UK isn't unlawful according to the British laws. Top BCCI authorities have been quiet over the matter, while sources near the trading company say they are sure that it is settled.

Indian group calls of training

In the mean time, in a totally unique turn of events, the Indian group canceled its booked practice meeting on Friday. Cricbuzz has discovered that the players were to have a net meeting in Abu Dhabi and the group the board felt that the players would be in an ideal situation without the three-hour go - to and starting from the earliest stage needed for the reason. The group remains in Th8 Palm in Dubai. Since collecting in Dubai recently, the group was constantly given practice ground in Dubai itself, for the most part at the ICC Academy Ground - however on Friday the ground designated was in Abu Dhabi, an hour and a half drive from Dubai.

Group sources have let this site know that they will have an undeniable meeting on Saturday, the night before their subsequent association match, against New Zealand. "The players have been out and about for right around a half year and it was felt that they can do well without the movement to Abu Dhabi," a group source said. The players, all things considered, went through the evening near the ocean near the inn playing volleyball, the pictures of which the BCCI posted on its authority online media handle. Inquired as to why the training plan for the Indian group was in Abu Dhabi, the International Cricket Council (ICC) authorities said the functional issues were being taken care of by the BCCI and Emirates Cricket Board (ECB), the hosts both.

In the event that the two new establishments are permitted to pick just from the gathering of players not held by the other eight, then, at that point, a player-draft framework is probably going to be set up. The IPL had held a player draft in front of the 2016 season after two new groups - Rising Pune Super giants and Gujarat Lions - supplanted Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals for two seasons while they served suspensions in the outcome of the 2013 spot-fixing case. In those days, Supergiants got the primary pick - which was Super Kings' chief MS Dhoni - based on the establishment having made the biggest offered during the sale for the two new establishments.


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