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Kohli retains top spot in ICC rankings


The Indian skipper Virat Kohli retained his number one spot in the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) Test batsmen rankings with a career-high 937 rating points, despite the defeat in the fourth Test against England.

Although India lost the fourth Test by 60 runs and conceded an unassailable 3-1 lead to England in the five match Test series, Kohli’s 46 and 58 in the two innings helped him retain the top spot.

Kohli, who has scored 544 runs in his eight innings this series, is 11th on the list of best ever in terms of rating points, just one adrift of a group of four — Gary Sobers, Clyde Walcott, Vivian Richards and Kumar Sangakkara, an ICC statement said on Monday.

Similarly, Cheteshwar Pujara stayed at the sixth position but his unbeaten 132, which helped India take the first innings lead, has lifted him from 763 to 798 points.

India fast bowler Mohammad Shami progressed back to the top 20 as his six-wicket match haul has lifted him three places to 19th position among bowlers, while his fellow fast bowler Ishant Sharma’s four wickets saw him move up one place to the 25th position.

Jasprit Bumrah continued the strong start to his Test career, moving to a career-best 487 points while retaining the 37th position after his fifth Test.

Among others, England all-rounder Sam Curran made quick gains in the ICC Test Player Rankings while spinner Moeen Ali also moved up after the Southampton Test.

The 20-year-old Curran moved up 29 places to the 43rd position among batsmen after producing crucial knocks of 78 and 46 in his fourth Test match.

The left-hander, son of former Zimbabwe cricketer Kevin Curran and younger brother of England player Tom Curran, also gained 11 places to reach the 55th place in the bowlers’ list and 15th position among all-rounders after gaining 27 slots.

Player of the match Ali’s haul of nine wickets helped him move up three places to the 33rd position with a huge gain in rating points.

The off-spinner, who grabbed five for 63 and four for 71 in the two innings, gained 66 points to reach 543 points in bowling, while also gaining one slot to reach seventh place among all-rounders.

Buttler gained 15 slots to reach a career-best 32nd position on the batsmen’s list and 584 rating points, just five behind England all-rounder Ben Stokes, who has also gained three places to reach 29th position. Opener Keaton Jennings is another one to gain, moving up four places to 86th position on the list for batsmen.

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We could have applied ourselves better, says Kohli


India skipper Virat Kohli today rued the lack of application and poor shot selection by his batsmen after their meek surrender paved the way for an England victory in the opening Test here.

The hosts drew first blood in the five-match series with a 31-run win at the Edgbaston.

Chasing 194, Kohli stood out again with a combative 51 but lacked support at the other end, as India were all out for 162.

“I think it was a great game. Glad to be part of such an exciting Test. Lot of times we came back, showed character there. But England were relentless. They made us work hard for the runs. It sets up the series nicely and gives us what we need to do going forward,” Kohli said after the match.

The captain added, “Our shot selection could have been better. We definitely need to apply ourselves better with the bat, but England came back superbly and we need to take the positives and move forward.

The second Test begins in Lord’s on August 9.

“(I) haven’t had the time to speak (to the team) but it’ll be about taking the positives. We can be proud of the team for starting like that in a big series.”

Kohli praised the lower-order batsman for showing grit and said India need to be fearless to make a comeback in the series.

“There is a lot to learn from the lower order in the first innings, Ishant and Umesh got stuck in the middle. Ishant showed character here, Umesh hung around with Hardik again,” he said.

“There is no hiding from this game; we need to be positive, relentless and whatever the feelings are would come out now in no time. We need to take the negatives out and build on the positives as we go on.”

Talking about his first-innings century, Kohli said: “From the team’s point of view, the century was probably up there. Second-best to Adelaide. One that I’ll remember. When you take your team close, it always feels good.”

England skipper Joe Root credited the bowlers for setting up the match.

“I am thrilled to bits. It has been a fantastic team performance despite the ups and downs the credit must go to the bowling unit. The easy thing to do is criticise the batters. We knew that if we stayed calm throughout, we would give ourselves the best chance to win,” he said.

“We did a good job in staying calm. We made sure we didn’t get ahead of ourselves and after three days of fantastic cricket from both sides it gives us a lot of confidence going into the next game.

Root heaped praise on Sam Curran, who blasted a 65-ball 63 in the second innings to help England post a target of 194.

“Sam Curran has a great amount of skill, very exciting and promising cricketer. He just didn’t seem to feel any sort of pressure with the bat and we just love having him in our side, quite like two Ben Stokes in the side. He is only in his second Test and it is easy to get carried away, but a great prospect for us.

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After ODI triumph, Team India and Kohli look different


There is a marked difference in the India team from the time they started their tour of South Africa and now when they are about to end it. They wear the look of champions.

There is also a change in the tone and tenor of skipper Virat Kohli when he takes on the media after the One-Day Internationals (ODI) series.

The team played aggressive cricket and handed South Africa a 5-1 mauling in the ODIs. No visiting team has ever given the Proteas such a hiding in their own backyard, raising the question whether India could have possibly won the Test series if they had planned better.

You can’t fault Kohli or his teammates if they today think the result of the Test series could as well have been 2-1 in their favour looking at some of the sessions they dominated in the first two Tests. They had their moments, but they actually did not inspire confidence of winning the two matches the way they approached the task.

When the media tried to question Kohli after the first two Tests, like most losing captains he refused to believe there was something wrong with their effort. He was as aggressive with the media as he was on the field of play. He stonewalled most questions with counter-questioning or stubbornly refusing to accept the media logic on pitches, team selection and approach and attitude.

After the ODI series, an emboldened Kohli was more forthcoming, but with philosophical answers. He refused to even accept praise for leading from the front with his brilliant records-shattering batting. “Look, I am not going to live in a dreamland right now and accept all the praise and sit here and feel good about this, because it does not matter to me, honestly it doesn’t. It didn’t matter when we were 2-0 down and it doesn’t matter when we are 5-1 up because what matters is the change room.

After what happened in the first two Tests in South Africa, going into the first Test without proper acclimatisation or warm-up matches, serious thought is being given to going into major assignments with proper preparation, starting with the tour to England. There is speculation that some key India players would be going to England before the full tour in August-September.

Some unidentified cricket board officials were quoted as saying that a couple of young players would be playing for the touring India A team in England and the established ones in County Cricket in the run-up to the tour. The tour has become more important for players as most of them will be back in England for the 50-over World Cup.

It is mind-boggling to think that the players will have enough fuel to go through the long grinding season.

The India team’s two-month-long visit to South Africa ends on February 24 with their last three Twenty20 games.

A fortnight later, the One-Day team will be in Sri Lanka between March 8 and 20 to play a tri-series, with Bangladesh being the third side in the tournament to commemorate the 70th Independence Day of Sri Lanka.

On return from Sri Lanka the players will have a little over two weeks’ rest before they are all criss-crossing the country playing the lucrative Indian Premier League from April 7 to May 27. A month later, the team will leave for England. The team might go well before, though this time they begin the tour with Twenty20 and ODIs and not with Tests like they did in South Africa after playing the shorter formats against Sri Lanka at home before leaving.

Soon on return from England they will be playing the tough Asia Cup from September 15-30. The chances of the participation of Pakistan brightened with the Government clearing their participation in the World Cup hockey in November-December. But then cricket is a different kettle of fish.

Both Pakistani cricket and hockey teams are highly popular in India and their presence will make both the tournaments that much more exciting.

Even without Pakistan, the Asia Cup can be exciting with fast rising Afghanistan and Bangladesh there to challenge the two former world champions India and Sri Lanka.

India’s next assignment before they end the year and usher in the new one in Australia is against the West Indies in a full tour, playing three Tests, five ODIs and one Twenty20.

The tour to Australia from November to February will finally decide India’s status as the world’s No 1 Test and ODI team. Their overseas record will be compared with their impressive showing in the subcontinent in 2017.

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Aamir praises Kohli for supporting young sportsmen


Superstar Aamir Khan, who had earlier appeared on a chat show with Virat Kohli, praised the India cricket captain for supporting young sportsmen in the country.

“I think what Virat is doing and his entire effort to support to young sportsmen across the country is a wonderful idea,” Aamir said on the sidelines of the first edition of Indian Sports Honour Awards organised by the Virat Kohli Foundation on Saturday here.

Apart from Aamir, choreographer-filmmaker Farah Khan along with some of the cricket personalities attended the event.

Kohli and his girlfriend and actress-producer Anushka Sharma stole the limelight as they walked together on the red carpet.

Actor Sidharth Malhotra said that a lot needs to be done when it comes to sports. “Today, it’s a great thing that we are honouring all sport personalities for their contribution to the country.

“I have just come here to support them. While growing up, I used to play rugby, football and basketball so, I think a lot has to be done when it comes to sports. Today’s event makes it more important because they are supporting other sports apart from cricket. It’s a great initiative,” he added.

Tennis star Sania Mirza admired Kohli’s efforts. “Virat is doing an amazing job. We all know, the amazing batsman he is and the amazing captain we have. But it’s really nice, as an athlete what he is trying to bring in sports and trying to give exposure to every other sport in our country.”

Farah, a close friend of Mirza, was also excited for the awards.

“I feel a film should be made on Sania Mirza’s life. She has a great story. I don’t know if I can make it because I am not sporty, but if possible I would love to because she is one of my best friends. As of now, I don’t have such plans,” said the “Happy New Year” director.

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Team India Manager Submits His Report on Kohli-Kumble Row


India captain Virat Kohli has got an all clear in administrative manager Kapil Malhotra’s report on his differences with coach Anil Kumble, which primarily led to the former leg-spinner’s exit after the Champions Trophy.

While the administrative manager’s report is mandatory after every home or away series that India plays, it is usually perceived as a formality.

In the wake of Kumble’s resignation though, the BCCI had specifically instructed Cricket Club of India (CCI)’s Malhotra to report any incident of discord between Kohli and Kumble when the team was in England.

However, it has been learnt that Malhotra’s report does not have mention of any controversial incidents.

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“Kapil Malhotra has submitted his report. At least there is nothing in the report which suggests that skipper Virat Kohli was ever rude to the coach or mention of any incident which could be termed as a breach of discipline,” a BCCI source said on condition of anonymity.

When pointed out that coach and the captain were not interacting with each other during practice sessions, the official replied: “He was specifically asked to mention any incident worth reporting which may have affected the dressing room environment or morale of the team. Nothing of that sort is there in the report.”

It must be noted in this regard that BCCI has also sought reports from Anil Patel, who was the administrative manager during the 13 home Tests that India played during the season.

Malhotra is currently with the team in the West Indies and this will be the last assignment of any state unit official as administrative manager.

The administrative manager for West Indies tour was supposed to be Milind Kanmadikar of Madhya Pradesh CA but it was decided by the Committee of Administrators (COA) that Malhotra would continue for the West Indies leg.

It is expected that the board will hire a full-time manager, abolishing the convention set by the old guard of handing overseas ‘junkets’ to the state unit officials in order to keep their vote bank intact.

The BCCI is all set to conduct the coaches’ interview in Mumbai on July 10 with Ravi Shastri emerging as the favourite to come back.

The other two high-profile names are Virender Sehwag and Tom Moody. Richard Pybus, Venkatesh Prasad, Dodda Ganesh are the other candidates.


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Kohli should be boss of India team: Thakur


Asserting that the captain’s role is more important than that of the coach, former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCC) President Anurag Thakur has called for skipper Virat Kohli being allowed full control over the Indian team.

The Indian team, especially skipper Virat Kohli, has been at the centre of a controversy after Anil Kumble resigned as coach following a humiliating 180-run loss to Pakistan in the Champions Trophy final on June 18.

Kumble had hinted at differences with Kohli in his resignation letter to the BCCI. There have also been reports that several players were unhappy with Kumble’s strict disciplinarian approach.

Some players were also reportedly unhappy after Kumble handed a harsh dressing down to the team following the defeat in the Champions Trophy final.

Following Kumble’s departure, Vinod Rai, head of the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA), and several former players have come out in support of the legendary leg-spinner.

Thakur, however, defended Kohli and harked back to 2006-07 and the controversy between former India captain Sourav Ganguly and then coach Greg Chappell as an example.

“Why is extra pressure being created on Virat? It is not right to target Virat over these issues because this is not the first time such a thing has happened. Greg Chappell was also removed earlier.

“It has always been the case that the captain is more important than the coach. The captain’s opinion is given importance even in selection matters because ultimately it is he who has to make the team perform,” Thakur told IANS.

“Right now, there is no better batsman than Virat in Indian cricket. If we have to maintain the current standards of the Indian team over the next 10 years, and even improve our performance levels, then we have to depend on Virat,” he added.

Thakur, who was forced to step down as BCCI chief following the implementation of the recommendations of the Supreme Court-appointed Justice R.M. Lodha committee, also took a dig at the present dispensation over the issue.

Observing that such controversies never took place during his stint with the board, the current head of the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) alleged that the present BCCI management has “mishandled” the entire affair.

“As long as I was at the head of the BCCI, there were no controversies of this nature. We had conducted all our appointments in a transparent manner. The people running the BCCI at present should be asked why these things come into the public domain,” Thakur said.

“My opinion is totally clear in this matter. Virat should be the boss of the team. He must be the boss, he is the boss. He is the captain of the team and that is why he should be the boss,” he asserted.

Talking about the role of the coach, Thakur said: “The coach has his own importance. But it is the captain who leads the 11 players on the field, that is why his words and his needs should be given more importance.”

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Kumble-Kohli communication had stopped six months ago: BCCI official


The BCCI top brass had an inkling that all was not well but they were taken aback when they came to know that captain Virat Kohli and chief coach Anil Kumble were not in talking terms for the “last six months”.

Another important thing that has come out in the open was that the Chief Advisory Committee, comprising Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman, also didn’t straightaway give the green light to Kumble’s extension.

“There had been reports that the CAC had okayed Kumble’s extension. They had okayed his extension but with a rider. They had said that Kumble should be retained provided all pending issues are resolved,” a senior BCCI official, who was present in London during the whole episode, told PTI.

Post the ICC Champions Trophy final, there were three separate meetings at the Indian team’s hotel.

The first was where Kumble met the BCCI top brass and members of CAC followed by Kohli meeting them.

The last and the most “eventful” meeting was when Kohli and Kumble were made to sit across the table. The talks failed completely as there was no communication.

“The two had stopped talking to each other since December when the England Test series got over. There were problems but it was like shocking that the two didn’t have any proper communication for the past six months. On Sunday evening after the final, they were made to sit across table and they both agreed that it’s not working out.”

When asked what was the problem, the source said: “When we spoke to Anil separately and specifically asked him if there’s any problem, he said he has ‘no problems with Virat’. He was also told about the specific areas where Kohli has reservations about his functioning, while Anil said these were non-issues.”

The official sounded helpless.

“Look, if one of the two protagonists feel that there are issues which seemed to be non-issue to the other one, only these two can then sort out. Once they sat across the table, both realised after coming out that it has gone beyond repair. Anil’s tickets were booked for Barbados. His wife was also supposed to join him but he knew it was over,” the official added.

Asked if he could be more specific, the official said: “Let’s put it that Virat felt that Anil is entering an area which was his domain. For Anil, who has been a decorated player and an India captain, he has his own beliefs and ideas but the final call always stays with the captain,” he said.


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Glimpses of 1992 World Cup triumph in Pakistan’s ICC CT campaign

Pakistan’s unexpected journey to the final of the ongoing ICC Champions Trophy has more than one similarity to their 1992 World Cup triumph which was also a major upset of sorts.

Pummelled by arch-rivals India in their opening game on June 4, a team they will renew acquaintance with in the summit clash on Sunday, Sarfraz Ahmed’s unfancied side wears a distinctly similar look to the outfit 25 years ago when they lost their World Cup opener to the West Indies by 10 wickets at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia.

Regular captain Imran Khan was unavailable for the first game and subsequently did not play against England too. He captained the side in the rest of the matches.

Put in to bat by Windies skipper Richie Richardson, Pakistan rode on Rameez Raja’s 102 and Miandad’s unbeaten 61-ball 57 to post 220/2 in 50 overs.

But Desmond Haynes (93 not out) and Brian Lara (retired hurt 88) were too strong for the Pakistani bowlers to even take a wicket as they won with 19 balls to spare.

In the current championship tournament against India at Edgbaston, Pakistan pacers and spinners looked blunt as India recovered from a slow start with ease to post 319/3 in a revised 48 overs tie.

Pakistan’s batting, unlike 1992, looked out-of-sorts and the inexperience showed as none could keep their composure in the face of Indian bowling battery losing by a mammoth 124 runs.

Pakistan were battered by India in 1992 also when Imran’s boys were guilty of an abject surrender chasing India’s modest 216 and getting skittled out for a paltry 173.

But the defeat did not hurt them in their quest for a semi-final berth which was eventually secured because of the fortuitous win over England.

After their comfortable win against Zimbabwe, Pakistan were shot out for 74 and just when England looked to canter to a facile win, rain spoiled play and points were shared.

That was the tipping point for a turnaround and from there Pakistan qualified to the semi-finals riding a string of good performances against Australia, Sri Lanka and the do-or-die encounter against New Zealand who had not lost a game until that point.

This year also, albeit with a share of luck, Pakistan morphed from just-about qualified team — they beat Zimbabwe to edge past the West Indies as the eighth team in the competition — to the surprise packages who punched above weight and overawed the mighty England in the semi-final with elan.

Pakistan were fortunate to get a point from their South Africa game where they managed to restrict the Proteas to 219/8 in 50 overs but were tottering at 119/3 when the skies opened up and Pakistan won by 19 runs via Duckworth Lewis method.

Skipper Sarfraz Ahmed’s wards were up against a buoyant Sri Lanka fresh from their win against India, in a must-win match.

Down in the dumps chasing a modest 237, Sarfraz smashed an unbeaten 61 which helped Pakistan recover from 137/6 to an incredible three-wicket victory.

In the semi-finals, Pakistan bowlers — sans the services of their prime bowlers Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Amir — tamed hosts England, who had till then not lost a single game quite like the 1992 side which downed favourites New Zealand to surprise all.

A distinct similarity has been the roles of Inzamam-ul-Haq, who had just made his ODI debut in 1991, and Fakhar Zaman who like Inzamam played a crucial knock in the semis.

Inzamam (60 off 37 balls) joined hands with Miandad (57 not out) to engineer a 87-run stand for the fifth wicket to stem the rot, while Zaman showed no big-game nerves to notch up a 58-ball 57 which eventually helped Pakistan sail through to the final with ease.

Amir is likely to be fit for the final, but even without him the green brigade have looked sharp in the bowling department, which has always been Pakistan’s strength over the years.

The likes of Hasan Ali, tournament’s highest wicket-taker so far with 10 scalps to his name in four matches, Junaid Khan, who has picked seven wickets in just three games and Rumman Raees, who on debut grabbed two wickets in the semis against England, have stepped up making the team a strong force to reckon with all of a sudden.

Amir would like to lead the pack like Wasim Akram did in that final against England, sending Allan Lamb (31) and Chris Lewis (0) back in two consecutive deliveries returning with man-of-match figures of 3/49.

India have never lost to Pakistan in the final — or a knockout game — of a major ICC tournament.

If India are to emerge victorious on Sunday, it would be like the 1985 Benson & Hedges Cup in Australia, where they first defeated Pakistan in the group stages and then upended them again in the final.

But Pakistan can draw confidence from the fact that even England were favourites to lift the Cup on March 25, 1992 at the MCG.

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Champions Trophy 2017: Everybody Wants India-England Final, Says Kohli

Done with the tough part of making it through the league phase, Indian captain Virat Kohli says opposition hardly matters in the Champions Trophy semifinal and final even though an India-England final is what everybody seems to want.

India will take on Bangladesh in the second semifinal on Thursday after England and Pakistan play out the first last-four clash tomorrow.

The Indian cricket captain was joined by some of his teammates, including former captain M S Dhoni, and coach bowler Anil Kumble at a special reception at the Lord’s
Cricket Ground last evening.

The event was hosted by the Indian High Commission to mark the UK-India Year of Culture.

“It would not have mattered who we were playing in the semis. The league phase is the toughest. We have an opportunity to win one game and enter the finals. Everyone wants to see an India-England final. If both teams play well, people might get what they want to see,” he said.

Asked which team he would prefer to come up against in the finals, he added: “Anyone. We would just be happy to be in the finals.”

Kohli said it was a treat to be welcomed by”massive crowds wherever we play”.

“If there is a sunny day in England, there is no better place to play cricket. The white ball hasn’t historically swung as much here. When the clouds comes in, the conditions
become a bit more difficult,” he said.

“You have to respect the conditions here regardless of what score you are batting at. That is the beautiful thing about playing here, it challenges you as a batsman,” he added.

The reception marked the launch of ‘Cricket Connects’ exhibition, which opens at the Nehru Centre in London and will be touring Edinburgh and Birmingham as a celebration of
cricketing ties between India and the UK.

“What better way to connect than cricket. Everyone is hoping for an India-England final at The Oval in this special UK-India Year of Culture. May the better team win,” said Indian high commissioner to the UK, Yashvardhan Kumar Sinha.

The reception was attended by a number of former India and England cricket personalities including Farookh Engineer, Dilip Doshi and former England players Andrew Strauss and Monty Panesar

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Kohli Says No to Endorse Pepsi

Indian cricket team’s captain Virat Kohli has set a great example for other celebs by refusing to endorse soft drink giant PepsiCo citing that he would only be the promoter of products that he uses or consumes.

“If I myself won’t consume such things, I won’t urge others to consume it, just because I am getting money out of it,” said Kohli when media questioned him about his decision of not renewing his multi-crore deal with PepsiCo. He had been the face of Pepsi for six years.

With this audacious decision, Kohli has set a fine example for celebs, who are often criticized by sane people for endorsing products that they don’t relate to, only for the sake of money.

Interim, Kohli-led Team India has reached the semi finals of the ongoing ICC Champions Trophy 2017. Enroute, India thumped Pakistan and South Africa to top the Group B table. Team India will play the semifinal against Bangladesh on June 15.

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Dhawan Receives More than Kohli from Revenue Share of BCCI

Captain Virat Kohli is among the highest grossers in endorsement deals, but his share of the tax-free spoils from the gross revenue of BCCI from international games in 2015-16 is slightly lower than his Delhi and India teammate Shikhar Dhawan’s.

While left-handed opener Dhawan has received 87.76 lakh, Kohli has pocketed Rs 83.07 lakh as his share, according to information on the website of the Indian cricket board on payments over Rs 25 lakh made in May.
The third highest in this category is Ajinkya Rahane (Rs 81.06 lakh) while in joint fourth place are Ravichandran Ashwin and Rohit Sharma (Rs 73.02 lakh each).

The lowest amount has been secured by Varun Aaron (Rs 32.15 lakh). The players have also received their match fees for the three home series held last season – versus New Zealand, England and Australia.

Players have also been given the tax free portion of the cash award announced by the BCCI and Test ranking prize money that the Board has received from the International Cricket Council as well as a portion of retainers.

Senior left-arm paceman Ashish Nehra has received Rs 1.52 crore as injury compensation for IPL 2016.
Five former women cricketers, including Diana Edulji who is a member of the Supreme Court-appointed BCCI Committee of Administrators, have received Rs 30 lakh each as one-time benefit from BCCI.

The other four are Anjum Chopra, Neetu David, ShubhangiKulkarni and Sudha Shah. BCCI has also spent Rs 3 crore as land registration cost for the NPA in Bengaluru.

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