IND vs ENG: Joe Root called these two Indian stars great players of the new era IND vs ENG: Joe Root called these two Indian stars great players of the new era

IND vs ENG: Joe Root called these two Indian stars great players of the new era

IND vs ENG: Joe Root called these two Indian stars great players of the new era

IND vs ENG: In the second Test match, Yashasvi Jaiswal's stormy innings of 209 runs in the first innings and Shubman Gill's third Test century helped India register a 106-run win and level the five-match series 1-1.

IND vs ENG Test Series: Joe Root
IND vs ENG 3rd Test: Before the third Test in Rajkot, England's star batsman Joe Root has created the atmosphere for the third Test with his statement. Team India has presented a big challenge to England by winning the second test match and now the England team would like to make a comeback in the third test at any cost. Talking about the five-Test series (IND vs ENG), Rohit (Rohit Sharma) has not been able to leave his mark despite opening in the last two Test matches and his scores have been 24, 39, 14 and 13 runs. Kohli (Virat Kohli Ruled Out from 3rd and 4th Test) had withdrawn his name from the first two matches due to personal reasons. Meanwhile, before the third Test, Root talked about the discussions held in the dressing room to decide the game plan for the match.

"We don't really have team meetings anymore. That's one of the cool things is how we do all our conversations away from the game and spend time with each other and discuss. We don't have to sit in a meeting room. "And I think it's more real when you can talk around the dinner table. Having coffee in the morning or doing something else I think that's when you learn your best," Root said. Said in an interview with Geo Cinema.

Referring to Rohit and Kohli, Joe Root said
"We will definitely pay attention to this because we know (Joe Root on Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli) what good players they are and they are also very senior players in the Indian batting lineup at this time, so they have a big role in this Test team. Have a role to play. So we have to try from the beginning to stop them early because they have the ability to score big and we have reached wrong results many times, so it would be good to try and not give them a chance. And we can do this in the remaining matches," Joe Root said.

Recalling the second Test in Vizag, Yashasvi Jaiswal's blistering 209 in the first innings and a clinical outing with the ball coupled with Shubman Gill's third Test century helped India register a 106-run win and level the five-match series 1-1. Helped to equalize.


The Paris Olympics 2024 medal will use the iron of the Eiffel Tower

Since 2004, all Olympic medals have featured the Greek goddess Nike flying over the historic Panathenaic Stadium in Athens, the original site of the ancient Olympic Games.

Organizers of the Paris Olympics and Paralympics unveiled designs for the medals to be awarded in 2024 on Thursday, saying that this year the medals will feature a six-cornered piece of iron taken from the original Eiffel Tower.

Among the 5,084 gold, silver and bronze medals of the Paris Olympics, this metal piece with six corners can be seen in the center. It will be set like jewels on the design of the French jeweler house Chaume.

"We want to present a piece of the Eiffel Tower from 1889 to all the athletes who won medals at the Paris Olympics and Paralympics," said Tony Stinguit, head of the local organizing committee.

The medals are 'a combination of the most precious metals of gold, silver and bronze and our country's most precious metal, which is the Eiffel Tower.'

Showme's designs, whose jewelery has been worn by the aristocracy and the aristocracy since the 1780s, also feature high and low stripes intended to sparkle with light and reflect the sun's rays.

The Iron Hexagon is a shape similar to the map of mainland France. The metal for the medal was taken from a warehouse in Paris used to store off-cuts by the operating company that maintains the 330-metre (1,083 ft) landmark. Affectionately known as the 'Old Lady' in France.

Event director Thierry Rebol explained to the media during the pre-unveiling of the medals: 'We found that during the maintenance of the Eiffel Tower, they change some pieces of the original structure. We used these pieces. There were more pieces than we needed.'

Along with logos, mascots and opening ceremonies, medal design is also an important part of the aesthetic aspect of every game.

All medals since 2004 have featured the Greek goddess Nike flying over the historic Panathenaic Stadium in Athens, the original site of the ancient Olympic Games.

Paris Olympic organizers received a concession from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) that allowed them to change the design slightly to include the Eiffel Tower.

The iron used in the Paris medals, which weigh about half a kilogram, has been recycled.

Japanese organizers also included recycled metal during the last Olympics in Tokyo, with each medal made from scraps from used consumer electronics such as mobile phones and laptops.

'like a precious stone'

The mint has strongly denied a recent report that it was having trouble finding a non-toxic material that would be plated on each medal.

The iron used in the construction of the Eiffel Tower has to be specially protected from wind and moisture.

"We have no problem with that," Joachim Ronkin, head of design for the Paris Games, told reporters.

Chaume, whose clients included tower designer Gustave Eiffel and his family, is one of more than 70 leading luxury brands owned by French group LVMH, a major corporate sponsor.

Chaume, which is headquartered in the exclusive Paris location of Vendôme, also typically fulfills orders for diamond jewelry for weddings and events for royals and billionaires.

Benoît Verholle, the head of the jewelery store at Chaume, said: 'We knew that everyone would be watching the event in 2024 and we also knew that we couldn't go there.

'We decided to take a piece of the Eiffel Tower as a gemstone. We installed it using our expertise as a jewelery house.'

Other LVMH brands, including Berloti, Dior and Louis Vuitton, will also participate in the Paris Olympics under the company's sponsorship agreement.

The Eiffel Tower will take center stage at the Games from July 26 to August 11 and the Paralympics from August 28 to September 8.

The opening ceremony will see sports teams descend the River Seine and land in front of the landmark, while there is speculation that the Olympic torch will be placed on the tower during the games.
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