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ch against Denmark in ICC World Twenty
« on: April 11, 2018, 08:34:05 PM »

SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium -- Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Max Verstappen reminds him of some F1s greatest drivers but fears the 18-year-olds aggressive style could lead to a big accident.The Red Bull driver has incurred the wrath of his fellow drivers at the last three grands prix and has even been a subject on the agenda of a driver briefing after he was accused of moving under braking while defending from Kimi Raikkonen at the Hungarian Grand Prix. In Sundays race at Spa-Francorchamps he angered both Ferrari drivers while battling for position but said he does not care what his rivals think.Back in 2014 Wolff wanted to sign Verstappen to a Mercedes development driver contract, but was effectively outbid by Red Bull, which was able to offer him a full time race seat at Toro Rosso. The Mercedes boss says he still admires Verstappen, but worries that he could end up in a big accident in the future.Hes maximum attack! Wolff said.Hes refreshing, for me. Hes a young boy that I like a lot. He comes in here [to F1], no fear, no respect, puts the elbows out and it reminds me of the great ones.It reminds me of Lewis [Hamilton], it reminds me of Ayrton Senna and you can clearly see that some guys around here are starting to think twice how to overtake him. Until now all that has proven that hes on the right track.The FIA has not penalised it, the only thing that happened is he was given a hard time in some driver briefings, maybe next time hes going to have an even harder time in the next driver briefing. I just fear that it might end up in the wall heavily one day. As much as we like his [unpredictability] ... for me its refreshing but its dangerous.Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene refused to apportion blame for the contact his drivers experienced with Verstappen at the first corner, but said he would talk about the incidents in the proper place.I dont want to be involved in this kind of fight, accusing one or the other, he said on Sunday night. The reality is that we had a very good start and an accident at the first corner and we were damaged for the rest of the race. This is the reality and if we have to talk we will talk in the proper place.The drivers have the driver briefing, [FIA race director] Charlie Whiting is there and we have another way to talk with the proper people if necessary. Nike Roshe Two Flyknit Womens . -- Canadian Andrew Wiggins got the ball on the wing, made a nifty spin move and then let go with a soft floater from about 10 feet that swished through the net in Allen Fieldhouse. Nike Air Max 2017 Black . 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Banks told TSN on Jan 2 that he had no interest in playing out the option year of his contract with the Lions in 2014, and he again made that clear in a conversation with Lions GM Wally Buono last week.Hong Kong squad for 2016 ICC World Twenty20: Tanwir Afzal (captain)- Took 4-21 in just his second T20 match against Denmark in ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2011/12- First played for Hong Kong at Under 15 level in Asian Cricket Council Under-15 Cup Elite Division 2007/08- Part of the Hong Kong side that reached the final of the Asian Cricket Council Twenty20 Cup 2011/12Nadeem Ahmed- Player of the match for his 4-21 as Hong Kong defeated Bangladesh in ICC WT20 2014- Took six wickets in six matches in the qualifying competition in 2015- His figures of 5-12 against Namibia at Dublin were the best in the competition- Made his ODI debut against Pakistan in 2004 at the age of just 16 Kumar Sangakkara gives a brief history of the ICC T20 World Cup Haseeb Amjad- Leading wicket-taker for Hong Kong in the qualifying competition with 12 wickets in seven matches- His figures of 4-16 against Nepal in that competition are the best for Hong Kong in T20I cricket- He is Hong Kongs leading wicket-taker in T20I cricket (24)- He took 5-12 in his first-ever Twenty20 match - against Italy in ICC WT20 Qualifier 2013Tanwir Ahmed- Awaiting his T20I debut- Took 2/4 for Hong Kong A against Japan in the East Asia Mens T-20 Championships last NovemberMark Chapman- Made his maiden fifty with an unbeaten innings of 63 against Oman in November 2015- Studied at the University of Auckland- Became just the 10th player to score a century on his ODI debut with 124* against the UAEAnshuman Rath- Part of Middlesex CCC Cricket Academy - represented Middlesex Second XI in 2015 while attending Harrow School- Scored 43 on his Twenty20 debut against Jersey at Bready in July 2015- Made three fifties in first five ODIs, including an innings of 97 against Scotland at Townsville Who will walk away with the trophy? James Atkinson- Captained Hong Kong in four Twenty20 Internationals, winning the toss every time- He was the first player born in the 1990s to play in a One Day International- His father Steve played in the ICC Trophy for both the Netherlands and Hong KongWaqas Barkat- Scored 130 runs in six matches in ICC U/19 World Cup 2010- Scored an undefeated 51 against Italy in ICC WT20 Qualifier 2013Ryan Campbell- Played two ODIs for Australia in 2002- Moved to Hong Kong in 2012 to become Head Coach at Kowloon CC- Scored 55 and took 2-26 in just his second Twenty20 match for Western Australia in 2006- Represented Ahmedabad Rockets in the 2008 Indian Cricket League, scoring 237 runs in eight matchesChristopher Carter- Scored 34 and dismissed Joe Root as Hong Kong took on an England XI in Abu Dhabi in November 2015- Toured England with Hong Kong in the summer of 2015- Made his first-class debut in the 2015-17 ICC Intercontinental Cup against the UAE last NovemberBabar Hayat- His innings of 122 against Oman in the recent Asia Cup qualifiers is the highest for Hong Kong in this form of the game- Scored 113 and 73 in Hong Kongs 276-run victory over the UAE at Dubai last November in the ICC Intercontinental Cup- His century was the first ever in first-class cricket for Hong KongNizakat Khan- Took 3-19 in his four overs in Hong Kongs victory over Bangladesh in the 2014 competition- Scored his maiden fifty in Twenty20 cricket with an innings of 57 against the USA in ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2013/14- A regular wicket-taker earlier in his career, his best Twenty20 bowling figures came in the same tournament, when he took 3-10 against the NetherlandsAizaz Khan- First played for Hong Kong at U-15 Level in the Asian Cricket Council Under-15 Cup Elite Division 2007/08- Player of the Match for his figures of 2-4 in four overs as Hong Kong beat Nepal by two wickets at Colombo in November 2014- Took 5-25 against the USA at Dubai in the 11th place play-off in ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2011/12Waqas Khan- He is the youngest player to ever participate in a Twenty20 International match at the age of 15 years 259 days- His twin brother, Sarfaraz, has played for Hong Kongs Under 19 team- Played against both England and Pakistan In November 2015- Won the Hong Kong Premier League One-Day Tournament 2015/16 with his side Diasqua Little Sai Wan Cricket ClubKinchit Shah- Took 4-21 in just his second Twenty20 match against Denmark in ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2011/12- First played for Hong Kong at Under 15 level in Asian Cricket Council Under-15 Cup Elite Division 2007/08- Part of the Hong Kong side that reached the final of the Asian Cricket Council Twenty20 Cup 2011/12Sky Sports is the only place you can watch all 35 games in 27 days of the 2016 ICC World T20, starting with Zimbabwe v UAE on Tuesday 8th March at 9am on Sky Sports 2 HD.dddddddddddd  Or watch from £6.99 without a contract, on NOW TV. 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