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Sports Top 10 News: Many incidents took place in the sports world from Thursday to Friday morning. Many news came out from cricket to Indian wrestling. It becomes very difficult for fans to keep an eye on all the news simultaneously. In such a situation, you will get all the big news related to sports together on India TV’s Sports Top 10. Let’s take a look at all the updates and news related to the game.

10 big news from sports world

India won T20 series against South Africa

The Indian team defeated South Africa by 78 runs in the third ODI. The bowlers and batsmen performed amazingly for India. In the match, South African captain Aiden Markram won the toss and decided to bowl first, which proved wrong. Sanju Samson and Tilak Verma batted well for India. It is because of these batsmen that Team India was successful in making a big score of 296 runs. After this the entire South African team was all out for 218 runs. India has won the series along with the match.

KL Rahul created history

Team India has created history under the captaincy of KL Rahul by winning the match against South Africa. India had won the 6-match ODI series played in the year 2017-18 by 5-1. Virat Kohli was handling the responsibility of captaincy for Team India in this series. Now after Kohli, KL Rahul has created history. He has become the second Indian captain to win an ODI series on South African soil.

This player of Team India got injured

The opener batsman of the Indian team got injured in the middle of the series against South Africa. He suffered a finger injury during the second ODI match. Now he has not been able to recover completely from this. He was not able to perform well in the first two ODI matches against South Africa. He scored 5 runs in the first match and 4 runs in the second match. Due to injury, he could not play in the third match against South Africa. Rajat Patidar got a chance to open in his place.

Sanju made a record against South Africa

Sanju Samson performed amazingly in the third ODI match against South Africa. He presented an excellent example of batting. Sanju scored a stormy century in the match and after scoring the century, he made many big records in his name. Sanju has become the first player from Kerala state to score a century in international cricket. He has completed his century in 110 balls. He played an innings of 108 runs in 114 balls. Which included 6 fours and 3 sixes.

Team India made a record with victory against South Africa

The Indian team has performed amazingly in ODIs in the year 2023. But Team India has to face defeat in the final of ODI World Cup 2023. In the year 2023, India has played 35 matches, out of which the team has won 27 matches. This also includes the victory in the last match against South Africa. At the same time, the Australian team played 37 ODI matches in the year 1999, out of which Australia won 26. In this way India has broken Australia’s 24 year old record.

ICC reprimanded Usman Khawaja

Usman Khawaja had written messages like ‘Freedom is a human right’ and ‘Life is equal for all’ on his shoes. However, citing rules prohibiting the display of personal messages related to politics, religion or ethnicity, the ICC warned him that he would face sanctions if he wore the shoes during the match. Subsequently, during the match, his shoes were covered with message tape but Khawaja wore a black band around his left arm. This move has led to a reprimand from the ICC for the first breach of the rules.

Phil Salt’s havoc continues

England batsman Phil Salt registered some big records in his name in the five-match T20 series against West Indies. Phil Salt recently became the second player among ICC full members to score two consecutive centuries in T20Is. He achieved this feat in the fourth T20 when he scored 119 runs in 57 balls, which was the highest score by an England batsman in T20. Despite scoring only 38 runs in the fifth T20 match, he has now broken an old record of Pakistan star Mohammad Rizwan. Salt has broken the record of scoring most runs by a player in a T20I series.

Announcement of new president of WFI

The Indian Wrestling Association elections were held on 21 December. Where Sanjay Kumar Singh, close to Brijbhushan, has won in the wrestling federation elections. Sanjay Singh was competing for the post of president against Anita Sheoran, who had won a gold medal in the Commonwealth Games. Where he got a bumper victory. Sanjay Kumar Singh is originally from Chandauli, Uttar Pradesh. The name of his village is Jhansi. Sanjay Singh has a long association with wrestling. His father and grandfather used to organize riots. He has been an office bearer in both the Wrestling Association of Uttar Pradesh and the National Wrestling Association.

Sakshi Malik announced to quit wrestling

Sanjay Singh has been elected as the new Chief of Wrestling Federation of India. Earlier the President of WFI was Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh. But wrestlers including Sakshi Malik, Vinesh Phogat and Bajrang Punia had made sexual allegations against Brij Bhushan Singh. For this reason he did not contest the elections. Whereas Sanjay, who is considered close to Brij Bhushan, had contested the elections and was facing Anita Sheoran, who had won the gold medal in the Commonwealth Games. Where he got a bumper victory. Sakshi Malik has given up wrestling as soon as Sanjay Singh won the elections.

Pakistan got a big blow

Fast bowler Khurram Shehzad, who made his debut in the first match of the Test series against Australia, has been injured. He has suffered a stress fracture. He suffered a stress fracture in his left 10th rib and also sustained injury to his abdominal muscles. In such a situation, he will not be able to play further in this series. Khurram Shahzad bowled brilliantly in the first match of the Test series and took 5 wickets.

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