Documentary of 2020 Women’s T20 WC released on Netflix

first_imgDUBAI: Cricket fans will get a chance to relive all the action, excitement and emotion from the Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 as ‘Beyond the Boundary’, a retrospective documentary, makes it’s debut worldwide on Netflix. The documentary, which will be available from Friday on Netflix, celebrates the 17-day tournament, which culminated with hosts Australia beating India in the summit clash in front of a record 86,174 spectators at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The documentary is the first piece of ICC original content to be carried by a streaming service. It captures the progress of the teams and the emotions of players as they discuss preparing for such a big event and turning points in different matches stated ICC in a media release. IANS Also Watch: Assam Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma Condemns Attack in Zubeen Garglast_img read more

Nine players who could be part of Klopp’s Liverpool revolution next season

first_img 9. Ben Chilwell: Klopp to add another young Englishman to the ranks? – Chilwell is only 19, but the Leicester academy graduate is already being chased by Arsenal as well as Liverpool. The club held onto their left back in January, but he has yet to sign an extension to his contract that ends in the summer. 4. Bernd Leno: Bayer Leverkusen ace could play in the Premier League – Cologne’s Timo Horn has also been linked with a move away from Germany, but in February, Leno hinted at a move abroad. The 23-year-old has played for all of Germany’s age groups. 1. Marc-Andre ter Stegen: Barcelona’s Champions League goalkeeper – could he be the answer to Liverpool’s goalkeeping issue? Read all about what Jamie Carragher has said about Liverpool’s transfer needs, below, then click the arrow above to see eight more players who could be part of Jurgen Klopp’s plans from next season onwards… – Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher believes the Reds need to change things up, especially at the back. Speaking after the side’s League Cup final defeat to Man City, he said: “[Simon Mignolet] may have signed a five-year deal, and he has made some good saves, but things have to change.” Ter Stegen has been Barca’s Champions League goalkeeper and the 23-year-old has played just four times in the league. His name has been linked with a move away and Man City and Liverpool are both said to be interested. 8. Piotr Zielinski: Udinese central attacker – worth a punt by Klopp? – In 25 games for Empoli where he is on loan from Udinese, Zielinski has scored three times and created four goals. He has struck up a nice partnership with Riccardo Saponara who has been credited with nine assists this season. Jamie Carragher thinks changes are needed at Liverpool and singled out the left back and goalkeeper positions as two problems following the Reds’ League Cup final defeat to Man City.This is pretty much what he told Sport magazine last week when discussing the job manager Jurgen Klopp has in rebuilding the team and getting a decent spine.“If it were me, I’d be looking at the positions of goalkeeper, centre-back and central midfield.“The centre-forward one is difficult, because if you can get Daniel Sturridge fit you don’t need it as much.”And former Anfield stopper Carragher was also singing the praise of Marco Reus in an interview with Bild where he said he’d love to see the winger join Liverpool, believing he’d have an instant impact. “He’d be a great fit,” the Sky Sports analyst said, and many fans would not disagree.Centre back Joel Matip is coming in May, as is Marko Grujic and Lazar Markovic will return from his loan at Fenerbahce, so here, talkSPORT looks at some other options open to Klopp. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 5. Jonas Hector: The Cologne left back is one of many transfer options being touted, in light of Alberto Moreno’s inconsistency – Cologne’s 25-year-old defender Hector has been linked with an £8m move to Liverpool already. He has been a first team player since 2012 and has played for Germany 10 times. Add to this list Wolfsburg’s 23-year-old left back Ricardo Rodriguez, who scouts have been to watch play in a struggling Bundesliga team. Has he impressed enough to make the step up to Anfield? We’ll find out this summer. 7. Mario Gotze: Bayern and Germany attacker to reunite with Klopp – Gotze played and thrived under Klopp at Borussia Dortmund before the player left for Bayern in 2013. He has struggled with injury this season and in January he was linked with a transfer to Liverpool, but he stayed put. 2. Mattia Perin: Genoa’s no.1 – soon to be Liverpool’s? – A lot has been made of Gianluigi Donnarumma’s rise at Milan, but Genoa’s 23-year-old goalkeeper has earned rave reviews since bursting onto the scene in Italy. Man United have watched him this season in addition to Liverpool. 6. Jon Flanagan: Liverpool’s homegrown defender the answer at left-back? – Jordan Henderson thinks Flanagan, whose contract is up in May, must be offered a new one. “I don’t think players and people like Flanno grow on trees, to be honest,” the captain said. Former striker John Aldridge agrees and believes the full back should play the Premier League game against Man City instead of Alberto Moreno, while Jamie Carragher says Flanagan can’t be worse than the Spaniard. In addition to Flanagan, the Reds also have Joe Gomez as an option when the 18-year-old recovers from the knee injury suffered in October. 9 3. Jack Butland: Stoke goalkeeper is pushing Joe Hart for England no.1 shirt – Butland is England’s no.2 but he is pushing Joe Hart for that jersey with a string of excellent displays in the Stoke goal this season. Would he make the ideal addition to Klopp’s squad? last_img read more