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India vs England: no matter if the entry is not received, the tricolor will continue to wail

Highlights:

  • India and England teams are 1-1 on par in the three-match ODI series
  • There is no entry of audience in the stadium due to Corona
  • Sudhir Gautam boosting team’s enthusiasm from a hill near Pune stadium

Pune
It cannot happen if Team India matches and fan number one Sudhir Gautam is not present in the stadium. Sachin Tendulkar and ‘Jabra Fan’ Sudhir of the Indian team were cheering for Sachin in the Road Safety World Series which ended in Raipur a few days ago. Sudhir reached Pune at the end of that series.

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The entry of spectators into the stadium is prohibited due to Corona in the ongoing ODI series between India and England in Pune. But, here too Sudhir is getting caught in the camera, encouraging the enthusiasm of Team India. He is cheering Team India on every four-and-six waving tricolor in the same familiar style on the hill near MCA Stadium.

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Seeing Sudhir so far away from the stadium, a member of the commentary team asked if he could see anything from so far. The second answer to this was, when such a clear picture is being captured in the camera, then obviously they too must have seen something.

Stokes out of habit!

England all-rounder Ben Stokes is not getting out of his habit. In the ODI series after the Test series, he was also warned by the on-field umpires on the field. In fact, he was seen salivating at the ball in the fourth over of the Indian innings.

On-field umpires Nitin Menon and Virender Sharma warned captain Jose Butler. Interestingly, in the same over, Stokes also took a catch of Shikhar Dhawan in the slip of Reece Topley.

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Stokes received this warning for the second time. He also had saliva during the pink ball test in Ahmedabad. The ICC has banned the use of saliva on the ball when the game resumed after the Corona epidemic.

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