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Virat Kohli invites Team India for a fun evening at his restaurant in Delhi

first_imgVirat Kohli invited the Indian cricket team to dine at his restaurant Nueva at Delhi’s RK Puram.Team India is currently in Delhi, Kohli’s home town. The Men in Blue will take on New Zealand in the first of three T20 Internationals at the Feroz Shah Kotla.The Indian team, in the middle of another hectic home season, however, made the most of a night out in Delhi which is gearing up to welcome the winter.The likes of MS Dhoni, Hardik Pandya, Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, Manish Pandey, Jasprit Bumrah and coach Ravi Shastri were seen at the fine dining restaurant which specialises in authentic South American food.Great fun with the boys at Nueva. ?????And a very Happy Anniversary to Jatt ji @SDhawan25 and Aesha. [email protected] #StumpedAtNueva #TeamIndia #SouthAmericanCuisine pic.twitter.com/LNFaWerGVb- Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) November 1, 2017Kohli has been in top form throughout 2017 and is the leading run scorer in ODIs this year. He has also hammered six hundreds and has led India to series wins over England, West Indies, Sri Lanka, Australia and New Zealand.Besides, Kohli also oversaw India’s journey to the final of the Champions Trophy final which they lost to Pakistan.India will play New Zealand at the Kotla on Wednesday evening.India, 2007 World T20 champions, have never won a T20 match against New Zealand. The two sides have played five matches so far and the Black Caps have emerged victorious in all those games.India and New Zealand had last clashed in the shortest format during the World T20 last year.advertisementlast_img read more

Neil Lennon offered Celtic job immediately after winning treble treble

first_img 4 5 51 Hickey Substitutes Neil Lennon Celtic 18 Rogic CEL54HEA46% Facebook Pinterest Hearts Hearts 1-2 Celtic: 2019 Scottish Cup final – as it happened 16 13 Share on WhatsApp match reports The announcement overshadowed all that had preceded it. Two goals in the last 30 minutes from Odsonne Édouard, the first from the penalty spot, quickly cancelled out Ryan Edwards’s opener for Hearts.While the game as a spectacle will be quickly forgotten, the occasion will forever be etched in the minds of the Celtic players and fans, and especially Lennon. He returned to the club for his second stint when Brendan Rodgers suddenly departed for Leicester in February.“There’s a good chance I will accept the job,” he said with understatement. “It’s probably one of the best days of my life. You won’t ever see it again [the treble treble] so you can see the emotion on the pitch. They stretched themselves to the limits to win.“The first half we looked flat and pedestrian. I did say to them that Hearts may score, but we would score too. There was no need to panic. The Hearts goal almost gave them a jag. The urgency and response from that was fantastic. 3 Hearts Off target 5 Celtic 3 Hearts On target 1 Celtic 3 Shaughnessy 54 46 15 Hayes Facebook 5 Haring Topics Goal attempts Share on Twitter Odsonne Édouard is brought down in the area. Photograph: Jeff Holmes/PA Share on Facebook (s 70′) 1 Zlamal 13 Doyle 10 Djoum “The players are immortal now. To win the treble three years running is unbelievable. It was a privilege to manage Celtic the first time and now it has come the full circle.”While the afternoon ended on a personal and professional high for Lennon, the Hearts manager, Craig Levein, who also faced speculation about his future in the run-up to the final was visibly deflated. He had watched his team stifle Celtic for 52 minutes, then go ahead through Edwards, but his hopes of what he had dryly described as the “single single” disappeared as Celtic finally mustered up some urgency.Remarkably, Levein, a fine central defender and also a former Scotland manager, remains without a career trophy. He set out his team well and he refused to blame his players for the goals.“Terribly disappointed to end up on the losing side,” he said. “I’m very proud of the way the players performed. I feel the pain they feel.“The plan was to try, if possible, not to give up any opportunities and that was going particularly well. It’s very difficult for me to be critical of anybody – they all tried ever so hard to implement the gameplan.“It’s a bitter blow, though I must congratulate Celtic. They have done the treble three times and it’s only right to mention it’s the first time it has been done in Scottish football.” 24 De Vries 22 Edwards Scottish Cup 20 Cochrane Corners Share on Messenger 2 Smith (s 78′) 6 Bitton 18 MacLean (s 75′) 8 Brown 15 Wighton Substitutes Share on Pinterest 7 Bozanic 21 Ntcham 31 Burns Read more 23 Lustig Match stats 5 Simunovic 35 Ajer (s 89′) Twitter 42 McGregor (s 72′) 49 Forrest CEL HEA 22 Edouard Possession 2 Toljan Fouls Ryan Edwards puts Hearts 1-0 up. Photograph: Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/Getty Images 11 Sinclair Celtic Lineups (s 81′) Share via Email 32 Benkovic 77 Dembele 73 Johnston 23 Mulraney The Observer Hearts Pinterest 29 Bain Twitter 9 Clare 4 Souttar Hearts took the lead when Arnaud Djoum played a short pass to Sean Clare and his clever back-heel allowed Edwards to beat Scott Bain from close range. The turning point arrived 10 minutes later when the Hearts goalkeeper, Bobby Zlamal, hesitated before coming out for a through ball and when he made a move it was to dive at the feet of Édouard and bring him down. Willie Collum gave the penalty and although Zlamal got a touch on the penalty he could not keep it out.The winner was one Hearts will want to forget. An ill-judged ball towards the halfway line was firmly headed forward by Mikael Lustig and the only player to react was Édouard. He was left with only Zlamal to beat and did so with aplomb. Share on LinkedIn If their play was largely under whelming, especially in a first half when they could make little impression on a well-organised Hearts side, the prizes for Celtic and Neil Lennon were immense. The interim manager took his side over the line to an unprecedented treble treble, and within an hour of Scott Brown lifting the Scottish Cup, the club’s chief executive, Peter Lawwell, announced that Lennon had earned his second full-time spell.“I’m delighted to announce that after today’s event we’ve offered Neil Lennon the job of being the permanent Celtic manager,” Lawwell said.“It has been a fantastic day, fantastic achievement – probably never to be repeated.“Neil Lennon in our moment of need stepped up to the plate. He’s done a fantastic job in difficult circumstances. He’s a Celtic man and is made for Celtic and he’s a winner.“Over the next few days we will work out the details. Today was a big occasion for him, but Neil would still have been the manager, no matter what happened. He didn’t know that before the game.” 19 Ikpeazu 6 Berra Reuse this contentlast_img read more