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Old Trafford, Manchester

The action post COVID-19 started with England and West Indies Series. Here England's Ben Stokes runs as West Indies' Kemar Roach attempts to retrieve the ball during Day 2's play of the second cricket Test at Old Trafford in Manchester, England, Friday, July 17, 2020

Australia's Steve Smith raises his bat after scoring 200 runs during day two of the fourth Ashes Test cricket match between England and Australia at Old Trafford in Manchester, England.

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The likes of Jason Holder were no match for India's bowlers. The Men in Blue won by 125 runs, with Windies finishing up at 143 (all out).

Even Nicholas Pooran's patient approach failed, having scored 28 runs in 58 balls. He too was dismissed by Mohammed Shami.

Hardik Pandya cancelled out Sunil Ambris' effort.

West Indies' Sunil Ambris tried to anchor his side's display. He scored 31 runs in 40 balls.

Opener Chris Gayle was dismissed pretty early by Mohammed Shami, having scored six runs in 19 deliveries.

MS Dhoni's arrival shot India to 268/7. The former skipper scored 56 runs (not out) in 61 balls. It was packed with three fours and two sixes.

Virat Kohli's 72-run knock consisted of eight fours.

KL Rahul was few runs short of a half century, scoring 48 runs in 64 balls. While, Virat Kohli led from the front scoring 72 runs in 82 balls.

Swashbuckling batsman Rohit Sharma was dismissed pretty early by Kemar Roach.

India captain Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bat first.

Mohammed Shami was at his lightening best, as he carried on his good form in the ongoing Cricket World Cup. Against West Indies, he figures were at 4/16 in 6.2 overs.

Manchester United soccer team manager Ole Gunnar Solskaer holds a team shirt as he is unveiled as permanent Manchester United manager at Old Trafford, England.

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Manchester United soccer team manager Ole Gunnar Solskaer holds a team scarf as he is unveiled as permanent Manchester United manager at Old Trafford, England. Manchester United made coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a permanent hire, with a three-year contract.

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