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Ethnic Mongolians in China protest removal of traditional language in schools

first_imgTopics : China’s Education Ministry and Ethnic Affairs Commission did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Wednesday.Videos of the protests appeared on Chinese social media site Weibo on Monday, but have since been removed, according to Reuters checks.The advocacy group also said videos show curfews were put in place starting on Monday in Lubei town, in the region’s east.Traffic authorities in Fengzhen, a city southeast of regional capital Hohhot, released a notice on Monday that said they developed a plan for “emergencies involving ethnic languages” to “maintain the city’s political and social stability.”Local civil unrest is unusual in China, where the internet is tightly controlled and police crack down on gatherings quickly.Preserve the mother tongueThe changes have sparked protest in the independent nation of Mongolia, which shares a border with the Chinese-administered Inner Mongolia.”We need to voice our support for Mongolians striving to preserve their mother tongue and scripture in China. The right to learn and use one’s mother tongue is an inalienable right for all,” tweeted former Mongolian president Tsakhia Elbegdorj on Tuesday.In Mongolia’s capital, Ulaanbaatar, a small number of people gathered at the Chinese embassy on Monday to protest the changes.”Most of us have lost the ability to speak proper Mongolian, but Inner Mongolians have kept that tradition intact. I am here to show solidarity with my southern brethren,” philosophy teacher Tseren Tuvshinjargal told Reuters.The program to replace ethnic languages in core courses has been deployed in Xinjiang and Tibet beginning in 2017, areas known for unrest between authorities and ethnic minorities.”Mastering the national spoken and written language is the responsibility and obligation of every Chinese citizen. It is a concrete manifestation of love for the party and country,” said state media outlet Inner Mongolia Daily on Tuesday.  Ethnic Mongolians in China’s north have staged rare protests over changes to school curriculums that remove Mongolian language from core subjects, a show of defiance that has led to curfews in some areas, according to an advocacy group.New guidelines in the Chinese-administered Inner Mongolia region require elementary and secondary school subjects including history, politics and language to be taught in Mandarin beginning on September 1.Videos circulated by New York-based advocacy group, the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center, show angry crowds of students and parents gathering outside schools to protest the move.center_img The group said protesters number in the thousands. Reuters could not independently verify the figures.Director Enghebatu Togochog told Reuters they believe the program is part of a wider push by Beijing to wipe out Mongolian culture in the region, and said some parents pulled their children from the schools in protest.The standardization of national education is a key policy drive under China’s President Xi Jinping, largely focusing on promoting loyalty to China and the Communist Party.In a Q&A posted online, Inner Mongolian regional education authorities defended the changes, saying they “reflect the will of the Party and nation … and the inherent excellence of Chinese culture and advances to human civilization”.last_img read more

Diogo Jota reveals Jurgen Klopp advice before scoring his first Liverpool goal against Arsenal

first_imgDiogo Jota and Jurgen Klopp celebrate Liverpool’s 3-1 win over Arsenal (Picture: Getty Images)Diogo Jota scored his first goal for Liverpool as he netted in the 3-1 victory over Arsenal on Monday night and he has revealed the message Jurgen Klopp left ringing in his ears as he took to the field at Anfield.The 23-year-old was making his Premier League debut for the Reds after signing from Wolves earlier this month and immediately began to repay the £41m spent on him.The Portuguese came on with 10 minutes to play and volleyed home from the edge of the area in the 88th minute to complete the scoring.Thrilled to make an impact so early in his Liverpool career, the Portugal international is targeting plenty more goals for the Premier League champions and explained his new boss gave him as he replaced Sadio Mane.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘It is an amazing feeling,’ Jota told Sky Sports. ‘I just wish it could be with a full stadium but I am happy to seal the win for the team and get the result.‘In football sometimes you score, sometimes you miss and you have to believe you are going to score and fortunately I did. Comment Advertisement ‘[The manager] told me to keep pressing like we were doing and be happy with the ball and do what I used to do. Play good football and press without the ball.‘I will do my job in training every day, hard work and do my best on match day.‘The first one is always the hardest one, to keep on going is the is the most important think. I have one, I want more.‘We are pretty much in the beginning, three games in and we want to keep going and get three points in the next game.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityKlopp was delighted with Jota’s performance given that it can take new signings a while to adapt to how Liverpool play under the German.The Reds boss feels Jota is learning quickly and was thrilled to see him get an early reward for his efforts.‘Diogo came on, played his natural football, tried to defend the way we defend and he’s only on about 20 per cent of information for what we do exactly,’ said Klopp.‘We had team meetings to talk about it, but it will take time.‘Today he had like 60 or 70 minutes time to watch how Sadio is doing it and he came on the pitch and played incredibly well.‘He scored a super goal, nice first game at Anfield. So he will never forget that and I will never forget it, so a cool start.’MORE: Mikel Arteta reacts to Alexandre Lacazette missing ‘best chance in the game’ as Arsenal lost to LiverpoolMORE: Ian Wright begs Mikel Arteta to sign Houssem Aouar after Liverpool defeatFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisementcenter_img Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 29 Sep 2020 8:36 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link8.1kShares Diogo Jota reveals Jurgen Klopp advice before scoring his first Liverpool goal against Arsenal Liverpool maintained their perfect start to the season, while ending Arsenal’s, with a 3-1 victory at Anfield on Monday Night Football.— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) September 29, 2020last_img read more

Own-label showcase: Aldi Lacura beauty & skincare

first_imgLacura BeautyProduct: Concealer PenWhat is it inspired by? YSL Touche Eclat (rsp: £25)Rsp:£3.29Aldi says:  Light-reflecting cream concealer especially for undereye shadows.  Lacura BodycareProduct: Chocolate Coffee ScrubWhat is it inspired by? Frank Body Women’s Coffee Scrub (rsp: £13)Rsp:£6.99Aldi says: If you’re looking for a natural and environmentally friendly way to look after your skin then this Lacura Chocolate Coffee Scrub is the perfect addition to your skincare regime. Containing cane sugar, an exfoliator which cleans pores, and vitamin E, which is known for keeping skin looking young and healthy, this scrub is both gentle and effective.Own-label showcase: Amazon private-label brands Lacura CharcoalProduct: Clearing MudmaskWhat is it inspired by? Glamglow Supermud (rsp: £42)Rsp:£5.99Aldi says: Clearing mudmask balances problem-prone skin. For a mattified and clearer complexion designed to reduce the appearance of imperfections.Expert verdictThis week our expert is Lucy Cornford, category director for beauty & personal care at Mintel What do you think?With its Lacura line, Aldi has done what Aldi does best: drawing inspiration for NPD from prominent brands, but attaching a more accessible price tag. Keen-eyed consumers will instantly recognise the shapes, styles, designs, functions and active ingredients borrowed from leading beauty brands, with this familiarity likely a comfort to buyers as a marker of quality.Aldi hasn’t stopped there. The retailer is also tapping the premium aspirations of today’s beauty shopper, such as with its Lacura Caviar line, which reflects both the style and substance of exclusive beauty brand La Prairie, but for around £300 less per product.I believe a further move towards more affordable, accessible luxury could see Aldi become as much a formidable player in the beauty market as it has across the rest of the grocery sector, particularly as finances continue to be squeezed but demand for premium beauty continues to rise.How interesting is the range?Whilst many of the products available are essentially duplications of top sellers, it is the approach that Aldi has taken to the structuring of its Lacura facial skincare and cosmetics portfolios that I feel is particularly unique in the own-label beauty space. Here we see the retailer challenge leading brands across all pricing tiers of the category – superluxe, prestige, masstige and mass – enabling shoppers to feel as though they are ‘trading up or down’ on individual products within the Lacura brand.Aldi is on point when it comes to targeting the semi-engaged beauty consumer too. It’s quick to piggyback trends that have hit the mainstream – such as charcoal in skincare – helping the Lacura brand appear fresh, relevant and innovative. I’d say the retailer has an opportunity here to become a destination for beauty as well as food. In a heavily saturated market, Aldi could stand out by offering more guidance and education around formulations, functions, ingredients and trends to help shoppers cut through the noise.And what does this tell us about the wider own-label strategy?Premiumisation is the way to go, driving growth in the retail sector over the last two years, but this doesn’t need to be reflected in the price tag as Aldi has demonstrated with its Lacura Caviar line.The stigma of buying from discount grocers is fast decreasing, and Aldi has found itself increasingly appealing to a more affluent consumer base. By extending its beauty offering to reflect the wants and needs of different shopper tiers it’s aiming to reduce the repertoire of outlets shoppers use to buy their core products. It’s now not only competing with other leading supermarkets but with department stores, high street health & beauty retailers and online shops.However, to truly challenge leading beauty brands and retailers, I think Aldi could maximise this opportunity even further by being a little smarter. Lacura sub-ranges may be significant in number, but they are small, with committed focus on the leading grooming essentials in each category (e.g. moisturiser, shampoo and conditioner). Expanding and innovating on the types of products available could see shoppers invest in a more comprehensive beauty routine through the retailer.Click here to apply for The Grocer’s Own-Label Accreditation Scheme Lacura Caviar IlluminationWhat is it inspired by? La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe Cream (rsp: £345)Product: Anti-age day creamRsp:£6.99Aldi says: With caviar extract this Lacura Caviar Illumination Day Cream with SPF15 adds a touch of luxury to your skincare routine. The anti-ageing formula ensures radiant and luminous skin. Lacura BeautyProduct: Superlash and MaxvolumeWhat is it inspired by?  Maybelline Great Lash (rsp: £5.99) and Maxfactor Masterpiece (rsp: £9.99)Rsp: both £2.69Aldi says:  Covers and coats eyelashes evenly without clumping, with a soft creamy texture made from rich waxes. Lacura Expert Intensive Care Product: Anti-Age Night CreamWhat is it inspired by? L’Oreal Revitalift Night Cream (rsp: £12.99)Rsp: £3.49Aldi says: Wrinkle depth reduced by up to 43%, skin elasticity improved by up to 47% and appearance of skin smoothness improved by up to 39% after four weeks.  Aldi has been hitting headlines with its own-brand health & beauty products for years. The disruptive range regularly expands with new in-store and online launches inspired by big players like L’Oreal and Nivea as well as cult brands like Pixi Skincare. Aldi sells the ‘dupes’ for a fraction of the original product’s retail price. To give you deeper insight into the range, we’ve selected eight of the new products to highlight what they are, what they’re competing against and what they tell us about Aldi’s wider own-brand strategy. This time, expert analysis is from Lucy Cornford, category director for beauty & personal care at Mintel. This showcase is part of a new series of articles examining key trends and developments in own label and has been introduced to support The Grocer Own-Label Accreditation Scheme. Under this new scheme all the products we review can apply for accreditation at any time, through a programme of continuous consumer testing and approval developed to help retailers and suppliers promote the best own-label products. Find out more details here.You might also be interested in our other own-label showcases – we’ve recently analysed Amazon’s private-label brands and the newly expanded Waitrose Cooks’ Ingredients range.,Lacura Q10 RenewProduct: Multi Intensive SerumWhat is it inspired by? Nivea Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Serum (rsp: £14.69)Rsp:£2.99Aldi says:  Made with the finest, results-driven ingredients this Lacura Q10 Renew Anti-Wrinkle Multi-Intensive Serum helps smooth skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines.last_img read more

Living near marijuana dispensaries makes youth more likely to use it

first_imgThe study is the first to show that storefront marijuana signage is extremely influential and substantially magnifies the associations between higher density of medical marijuana dispensaries with greater use of marijuana and positive views about the drug, according to the think tank. Young adults who live in neighborhoods with a higher number of medical marijuana dispensaries use pot more frequently than their peers and have more positive views about the drug, according to a study released by the Rand Corp. Los Angeles Times 17 June 2019Family First Comment: “Our findings suggest that as the marijuana retail outlets become more visible and more numerous, they may influence the way that young adults perceive and use marijuana,”  The results were strongest among young adults who lived near dispensaries that had storefront signs, suggesting that regulating such advertising could be one strategy if policymakers are concerned about curbing use of marijuana, according to Rand. Based on research from the same project, the city of Los Angeles adopted an ordinance in 2018 to restrict some storefront and billboard advertising.center_img “Our findings suggest that as the marijuana retail outlets become more visible and more numerous, they may influence the way that young adults perceive and use marijuana,” said Regina Shih, the study’s lead author and a senior behavioral scientist at the nonprofit research organization. California was the first state to legalize medical marijuana in 1996, and 33 states now having some type of medical marijuana law. In addition, California and nine other states allow the sale of marijuana for recreational use. Although research supports some medicinal benefits of marijuana, youth who frequently use cannabis are more likely to experience negative consequences such as increased risk of mental and physical health problems, school drop-out, relationship problems and motor vehicle accidents, according to the Rand researchers.READ MORE: https://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-marijuana-pot-dispensary-young-people-20190617-story.htmllast_img read more

Missing Amish man found safe

first_imgBrookville, In. — The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department says the missing Amish man, David Stoltzfus, 21, was found unharmed Tuesday evening.No other information was released.last_img

Area Restaurants Raided

first_imgIndiana Excise Officers served search warrants, Thursday morning, on at least four Mexican restaurants in the WRBI listening area. The state Alcohol and Tobacco Commission has confirmed the establishments have been targets of a 2-year investigation by the Indiana Attorney General and Indiana Department of Revenue. El Reparo locations in Greensburg, Brookville and Rushville, along with Mezcal Bar & Grill in Rushville share the same owner — according to paperwork on file with the Indiana Secretary of State. The popular establishments were closed Thursday afternoon after the raids occurred. ATC would not offer comment on the nature of the investigation or whether any arrests have been made.last_img

Barcelona star linked with MLS summer switch

first_img Loading… Promoted Content2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It Appeared7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseCan You Recognize These Cute Celeb Baby Faces?Playing Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyThe World’s 7 Most Spectacular Railway Stations9 Talented Actors Who Are Only Associated With One RoleBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World? Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal could be targeted by clubs in the MLS this summer, amid growing reports he wants to leave the Camp Nou.Advertisementcenter_img The Chilean international has been linked with a move away from Catalonia, after falling down the pecking order this season.The former Juventus man is rumoured to be on the radar of former boss Antonio Conte at Inter Milan, alongside Premier League side Newcastle United.However, according to reports from Mundo Deportivo, he has dropped a hint over a potential move to David Beckham’s Inter Miami side.The 32-year old re-shared an Instagram post from Telemundo, asking followers what impact Vidal could have on the MLS, if he opted for a move to the United States.Read Also: Ronaldo set for Turin return as jet finally landed in MadeiraVidal has since deleted the post, due to an increase in speculation over his future on social media.Barcelona could offload the veteran star in the coming months, as he is unlikely to extend his current deal at the club beyond June 2021.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Cardiff City sign Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo on season-long loan deal

first_img Ojo is delighted with the move and looks forward to helping Neil Harris’ men return to the Premier League. “I’ve got a point to prove and I’m really excited about the new challenge,” Ojo told Cardiff City TV. “Cardiff City is a massive club with great fans and great players – hopefully I can show what I can do here and fit right in. “Wherever the ball is, I want to be involved in the game as much as possible. I’m delighted to get here in time for a full week’s training with the team ahead of the first home game this Saturday. Now it’s important that we start right.” Loading… Cardiff is Ojo’s sixth loan spell away from Liverpool, having also played for Wigan Athletic, Wolverhampton Wanderers, and Fulham in England. The Anglo-Nigerian also featured for French side Reims before he teamed up with Scottish Premiership club Rangers last summer. The winger scored five goals for Steven Gerrard’s men in 36 appearances across all competitions before returning to Anfield at the end of his loan spell. Ojo has been with Liverpool since 2011 when he signed for the Premier League giants from Milton Keynes Dons, a club he joined at the age of ten. read also:Sheyi Ojo to Rohr: I want to play for Eagles The winger will hope to make his debut for his new club when they face Leeds United on September 12. The forward has featured for England at U16, U17, U18, U19, U20 and U20 levels but he still eligible to play for Nigeria. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Enigmatic Discoveries That Left Everyone Baffled6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest PocketGreatest Movies In History Since 19822020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without RechargingBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made Championship club, Cardiff City, have announced the signing of Sheyi Ojo on a season-long loan deal from Premier League side Liverpool. The Bluebirds confirmed the acquisition of the forward on Monday after successful medicals, and he becomes the third summer signing of the club following the arrival of Kieffer Moore and Jordi Osei-Tutu.last_img read more

Tiara out to spoil AP celebrations

first_img Dan Downie, racing manager for the Axom Syndicate, said: “We wouldn’t be running him if he hadn’t come out of Aintree bouncing. He seems in really good form. “We don’t think he’s gone over the top, but you never really know until you run them. He’ll be going out in the field in a couple of weeks. “You can pick holes in a few of the other horses in the race, so we thought it was worth a go. Going right-handed obviously isn’t an issue and the ground should be fine.” The once-brilliant Sprinter Sacre appeared a shadow of his former self when pulling up in the Champion Chase at Prestbury Park last month, but trainer Nicky Henderson is keen to give him one more chance to prove the fire still burns bright. With stable jockey Barry Geraghty still on the sidelines, Sprinter Sacre’s regular work rider and Gold Cup winner Nico de Boinville will get on board for the first time in public. Henderson said: “He’s in good form and he looks great. We are very happy with him. “Nico has had a fantastic year, obviously. He knows the horse backwards. He’s ridden him nearly every day for the last three years. “Barry (Geraghty) will be feeling odd watching him, but there we go. It’s hard luck on him.” Irish hopes in Saturday’s bet365 A P McCoy Celebration Chase at Sandown rest with Special Tiara. Paul Nicholls would love to provide Tony McCoy with the perfect send-off as Mr Mole goes for glory. The JP McManus-owned seven-year-old has been called plenty of names in the past, but has won three of his four starts this season, completing the hat-trick in Newbury’s Game Spirit Chase in February on the day McCoy made the shock announcement he would be retiring at the end of the season. Mr Mole disappointed in the Queen Mother Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival last month, but has been carefully prepared by Nicholls since in a bid to ensure he is in the best possible shape to give McCoy a fairytale ending to his incredible career. “There is nothing I would like more on Saturday than to provide AP McCoy with a winner on his final day in the saddle,” Nicholls told Betfair. “He has already won on Mr Mole several times and I’ve kept the horse fresh since Cheltenham for the AP McCoy Celebration Chase at Sandown. Just imagine the reception he will get if he comes home in front on Mr Mole in the green and gold colours of his greatest supporter JP McManus. “He (Mr Mole) worked great on Wednesday morning, but then he always does work great. He’s in good shape, he’s fresh and well so I’m really looking forward to running him. “AP got to like him a bit more this year, he’s won three good races on him and he’s been very progressive. Saturday is a highly-competitive race and it’s going to be on quick ground but we’re happy with him anyway.” Mr Mole is one of two runners for the master of Ditcheat, with leading novice Vibrato Valtat also in contention. T he grey has won four times during an excellent first season over fences, including the Grade One Henry VIII Novices’ Chase at this track. He was fourth in the Arkle Trophy at Cheltenham and runner-up in the Manifesto Novices’ Chase at Aintree. Press Association Henry de Bromhead’s charge put up a magnificent front-running effort in the Champion Chase before weakening into third. “He’s in super form. He ran well there last year so we’re hoping for a good run,” said de Bromhead. last_img read more

Hope guides Windies to epic Headingley win with twin tons

first_img…Hope incredibly scored his first and second Test match hundreds in the same match in Leeds to level the series 1-1LEEDS, England (Reuters) – Shai Hope became the first man to score a hundred in both innings of a first-class match at Headingley as he inspired the West Indies to a truly magnificent and wholly unlikely five-wicket win over England in a thrilling second Test yesterday.Kraigg Braithwaite hit 95 and shared a fine partnership of 144 ruba with Shai HopeHope and fellow Barbadian Kraigg Brathwaite reprised their first-innings heroics to inspire a side written off and dismissed as “pathetic” after a crushing innings defeat in the first Test at Edgbaston.The pair, who both scored hundreds first time around, again combined superbly, compiling another century partnership to provide the backbone of the Windies’ gripping chase of 322 runs to level the three-match series.Jermaine Blackwood then muscled the visitors towards the finish line with Hope, smashing a typically thunderous 41 off 45 balls including two sixes.It was the Windies’ first victory in a Test in England for 17 years and one of the most unexpected triumphs in the game’s history such have been the recent woes of Caribbean cricket.Hope, 23, proved the visitors’ hero with his unprecedented achievement of twin centuries in a match after 118 years of first-class cricket at the famous Yorkshire venue.Hope, who had scored his maiden Test hundred with 147 in the first innings, batted for 211 balls for his unbeaten 118, playing with remarkable skill and composure to guide theShai Hope is congratulated by Jermaine Blackwood after reaching his century (Image: PA)Windies to victory.England will rue dropped catches – Alastair Cook spilled Hope and Brathwaite at first slip off Stuart Broad – but there could be no complaints about the defeat as Caribbean cricket enjoyed a dramatic reawakening.With a healthy crowd of over 5 000 on the fifth day, the visitors had been given little or no chance of scoring the 317 more runs they needed.CLOUD COVERThe pitch was turning and the cloud cover gave England’s pacemen real hope but young Bajans Brathwaite and Hope negotiated the testing conditions superbly.A mixture of calm defiance combined with judicious attacking frustrated the England bowlers to the point that James Anderson, who had a run-in with opener Kieran Powell, and Stuart Broad, who was warned for kicking the pitch petulantly, became increasingly disgruntled.This was only the fourth time a pair had registered two century stands together in a single Test for the Windies and the first since Brian Lara and Ramnaresh Sarwan achieved the feat in 2001.In 534 first-class matches at Headingley, no batsman had scored a century in both innings – but, though Brathwaite missed out, caught at slip off Moeen Ali just before tea for 95, Hope battled on to reach the landmark in 276 minutes.As the day wore on, Cook’s early miss, dropping Brathwaite, had looked ever more costly and when he spilled Hope after he had scored 106, the game was effectively up for England.Brathwaite again made the best of his good fortune to mix caution with admirable aggression as he faced 180 balls, striking 12 fours.Hope remained unfazed and, coming into the last hour with the Windies still needing 47 to win at just over three an over, Blackwood’s unorthodox hitting, including a straight six off Anderson in the first over with the new ball, powered them home.ENGLAND 1st innings 258 (B. Stokes 100, J. Root 59; S. Gabriel 4-51, K. Roach 4-71) WEST INDIES 1st innings 427 (S. Hope 147, K. Brathwaite 134; J. Anderson 5-76) ENGLAND 2nd innings 490 for 8 decl. (M. Ali 84, J. Root 72, C. Woakes 61 n.o, D. Malan 61, B. Stokes 58, M. Stoneman 52) WEST INDIES 2nd innings (o/n 5-0; target: 322 runs)K. Brathwaite c Stokes b Ali 95K. Powell c Stokes b Broad 23K. Hope run-out (Broad) 0S. Hope not out 118R. Chase c sub. b Woakes 30J. Blackwood stp. Bairstow b Ali 41S. Dowrich not out 0Extras: (b-4, lb-9, nb-1, w-1) 15Total: (for 5 wickets, 91.2 overs) 322Fall of wickets: 1-46, 2-53, 3-197, 4-246, 5-320.Bowling: J. Anderson 24-6-73-0, S. Broad 25-4-91-1, M. Ali 25-3-76-2 (nb-1), C. Woakes 12.2-2-44-1 (w-1), B. Stokes 5-0-25-0.last_img read more

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