World Cup 2019: Pakistan and Chris Woakes set ODI records at Trent Bridge

first_imgWorld Cup 2019: Pakistan and Chris Woakes set ODI records at Trent BridgePakistan got bowled out for 105 in their first match against West Indies and today, playing against hosts England, they have posted their second-best total in a World Cup match.advertisement Saurabh Kumar NottinghamJune 3, 2019UPDATED: June 3, 2019 19:42 IST Chris Woakes celebrates catching out Imam-ul-Haq. (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSChris Woakes became the first England fielder to take four catches in an ODIWoakes became fourth outfielder to 4 catches in World Cup matchPakistan posted their 2nd highest World Cup totalEngland’s Chris Woakes took his fourth catch of the match when he removed Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed, equalling the World Cup record for most catches for an outfielder, in Nottingham on Monday. Earlier, only India’s Mohammad Kaif, Bangladesh’s Soumya Sarkar and Pakistan’s Umar Akmal had achieved this feat.Woakes also became the first fielder to take four catches in an ODI for England. He took the catches of top 4 scorers of Pakistan, Mohammad Hafeez(84), Babar Azam (63), Sarfaraz Ahmed(55) and Imam-ul-Haq (44), thus helping England to stop Pakistan from posting 350 plus total. Later, Woakes also snapped up the wickets of Shoab Malik, Wahab Riaz and Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed.His first catch was a diving stunner at the cover boundary to send back Imam ul Haq, who was on course to his first World Cup half century. Woakes chased the ball from long off to grab on to Imam-ul-Haq’s inside out shot against Moeen Ali.Later, Pakistan posted 348/8, which is now the highest total in World Cup without an individual century. Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez and Sarfaraz Ahmed scored solid half-centuries but none of them reached the century mark, thanks to agile fielding effort by Chris Woakes. Moeen Ali was the hero for England dismissing Azam after snaring both the Pakistani openers in an excellent display of off-spin bowling.If England manages to win this match, they will break another World Cup record. England will register their name as the team with highest successful chase in a World Cup match. Surprisingly, as of now, Ireland holds this record as they hunted down 329 to upset England during World Cup 2011 in India.advertisementAlso Read | Watch: MS Dhoni, KL Rahul in full flow at nets ahead of India’s World Cup 2019 openerAlso See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySaurabh Kumar Tags :Follow World Cup 2019Follow England vs PakistanFollow Chris Woakeslast_img read more

Lamprell Completes Construction of ‘Jindal …

first_imgzoom Lamprell, a leading provider of diversified engineering and contracting services to the onshore and offshore oil & gas and renewables industry, announced yesterday the completion of construction of the jackup rig “Jindal Star” and its delivery to Jindal Pipes (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. (Jindal) a D. P. Jindal Group Company.Completion and delivery of the rig, on budget and 20 months after initial steel cutting, was marked with a ceremony at Lamprell’s Hamriyah facility in the UAE on 6 November, which will be followed by the rig’s departure from the facility to its drilling location in offshore India.The project was completed with more than 3.6 million man-hours without any lost time incidents. The Jindal Star, weighing 10,500 tonnes at delivery, is a LeTourneau Super 116E (Enhanced) with a self – elevating, 477 ft leg design. The spud cans were redesigned and fitted with extensions to meet Jindal’s requirement with regard to the maximum ground bearing pressure, which is specific to Indian waters.With this delivery, the Group has now completed a total of 13 new build jackup drilling rigs, six of the ‘LeTourneau Super 116 E’ design and seven of the ‘Friede & Goldman Super M2’ design.The Group has eight more LeTourneau rigs at various stages of construction.Lamprell, November 7, 2013last_img read more