#1 top-scored with an unbeaten 91, to von mary123 07.10.2019 05:39

New season. New roles. New goals.Those factors dont always bode well. Players who performed well last season dont always repeat their success the following season. The reverse is also true: Some players go from being small-time contributors one season to headliners the next.A players season is largely defined by whether he reaches his potential and how he does it. And it doesnt always have to do with positioning for a professional career.Heres a look at what players have the most to gain and the most to lose on each of the top 25 teams. NMD Skor Sverige . NBA officials ruled the court unplayable in the Bucks final exhibition game on Oct. 25 because players were slipping, and the game was cancelled midway through the first period. Adidas NMD Rabatt . Following a lopsided 5-2 loss against the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday night, Paul MacLean told reporters that "theres a lack of focus, theres a lack of leadership and theres a lack of preparation" with his struggling team. That came on the heels of Bryan Murray taking the unusual step of going into the locker room at the Prudential Center and addressing the players himself. http://www.nmdsverige.com/ . Numbers Game looks into the Canadiens securing the services of Thomas Vanek in a trade with the New York Islanders. The Canadiens Get: LW Thomas Vanek and a conditional fifth-round pick. Adidas NMD R1 Billigt . Jim Rutherford, President and General Manager of the Carolina Hurricanes, announced Wednesday that the team would assign Swedish forward Elias Lindholm to his nations team for the upcoming tournament. Adidas Superstar Dam Sverige . The return match will take place next Wednesday. Udinese leads Fiorentina 2-1 in the other semifinal. Napoli staged a second-half comeback from two goals down after Gervinhos opener and a stunning strike from Kevin Strootman. New Zealand Women 267 for 2 (Satterthwaite 115*, Bates 74, Martin 50*, Mir 2-43) beat Pakistan Women 263 for 6 (Maroof 91*, Javeira 73, Satterthwaite 2-65) by eight wicketsScorecard Amy Satterthwaites two wickets and fourth ODI century studded New Zealand Womens dominance in the third ODI, which they won by eight wickets to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series against Pakistan Women. Satterthwaite struck an unbeaten 115 off 101 balls - her second consecutive century, coming on the back of a career-best 137 not out in the second match - as New Zealand chased down 264 in 44.2 overs at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln. That, after Pakistan backed their captain Sana Mirs decision to bat by putting up 263 for 6, their third-highest total in ODIs and the best against New Zealand in ODIs.Satterthwaite walked out at the fall of Rachel Priest, who had laid a good foundation with New Zealand captain Suzie Bates, putting on 60 for the first wicket. Satterthwaite consolidated with her captain, taking New Zealand to 162 for 2 in the 31st over, before Mir struck for a second time, having Bates caught on 74. Katey Martin joined Satterthwaite and slammed an unbeaten 50 off 45 balls to see New Zealand through. Satterthwaite ended up with 11 fours.Shes so good to watch. Amy has been outstanding. In South Africa, she really led from the front with the bat and she has just continued to score runs and doesnt even look like getting out, Bates said. And then, Martin at No. 4, pretty new in that role, and for her to show her huge potential at this level and score fifty after fifty, shes brilliant for the team going forward, and in going into the World Cup, weve got two batters in really good form. Weve asked our top-four in the last few seasons to be consistent and noow were starting to see that.dddddddddddde knew it was a really good wicket. Bowling out there, there was no margin for error. No demons in the wicket at all, we just had to play good cricket shots and (there were) plenty of runs out there.Pakistan used seven bowlers and Mir had the best figures, finishing with 2 for 43 in 10 overs.New Zealand could have been potentially chasing a stiffer target had Pakistan finished better. Ayesha Zafar (30) and Nahida Khan (25) made steady starts, before Javeira Khan (73) and Bismah Maroof, who top-scored with an unbeaten 91, took them to 200 for 2 in the 40th over. The 117-run partnership, Pakistans joint third-highest in ODIs, ended with Satterthwaite dismissing Javeira, and though Dar stayed on, regular wickets prevented a late surge with Pakistan scoring just 59 runs in the last 10 overs.Bates, however, still felt New Zealands effort on the field could have been better. Very disappointed with the way we started with the ball and we never really pulled it back. And credit to Pakistan, they batted outstandingly, she said. Not taking anything away from them, but I dont think we had our lines as often as we would have liked and we were perhaps on the backfoot in the field, so theres a huge learning to take from that fielding performance.Satterthwaite had a busy day, topping the wickets column and finishing with 2 for 65 in 10 overs, apart from taking two catches and being involved in a run-out. New-ball bowler Lea Tahuhu took 1 for 30 in 10 overs and Bates finished with none for 31 in 10 overs.The fourth ODI takes place on Thursday at Nelson, before the series concludes on Saturday at the same venue. ' ' '

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