"Ronaldo celebrates his first birthday in his new home. Happy Birthday to our Captain @Cristiano. Wishing you another year full of achievements," the club posted.
Juventus were deducted 15 points for the current season by an Italian football court investigating the club's transfer dealings in January, leaving the country's most successful team marooned in mid-table.
Queiroz replaces Spaniard Felix Sanchez, who led Qatar through their ill-fated World Cup campaign, in which the hosts lost all three of their group matches and only scored once.
Modi had congratulated Argentina and Messi after they had won the World Cup in Qatar after beating France in a thrilling final.
The fast bowler himself had thought it was too early for him to get back into the Test arena. But the 39 overs he bowled on the placid Ranchi surface in 2017 helped him throw off the shackles of his injury-ridden past.
The Asian Cricket Council will discuss the hosts and venue next month when the committee meets again.
Asked to field, the Indian bowlers blew away the Australian top order but tail-enders Georgia Wareham (32) and Jess Jonassen's (22) unbeaten 50-run partnership powered Australia to 129 for 8.
Nooshin's restless will to compete helped her transition from an elite player to an elite coach.
The Brabourne Stadium and the DY Patil Stadium will host all the matches with the tournament opener expected to be played between Gujarat Giants and Mumbai Indians-owned franchise.
Leeds hasn't won any of its last seven games in the league and has dropped into 17th place in the 20-team division, only out of the relegation zone on goal difference.
Shilji struck in the second, 37th, 74th and 76th minutes while Manisha Kumari (13th), Pooja (18th) and Sanjana (90+1) were the other goal-scorers at the Prince Mohammed Stadium.
Atsu joined the Magpies after impressing on loan and made 107 appearances for the club while scoring 8 goals before joining Saudi side Al-Raed in 2021.
Shubman Gill, while he played a clutch of sweeps and reverse sweeps, was keener on honing his defensive bearings. Cheteshwar Pujara, too, barely swept but intensely drove the spinners.
"When you are playing a World Cup and suddenly the spotlight is on you, things will be different but it's important you have a mentor with you, it can be a coach, a friend or parents," Jhulan said.
Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, forward Karim Benzema and defenders Eder Militao, Lucas Vazquez and Ferland Mendy will not make the trip to Morocco on Monday but the first three may be available for a possible final on Saturday if Real advance.
Back then, India had suffered the ignominy of being restricted to its lowest-ever total in Test cricket, collapsing to 36/9 in the terminated second innings against Australia on the third morning of the first Test of the 2020/21 series.
Marnus Labuschagne's coach Neil D'Costa on how he helped the Australian batsman overcome his fear of getting LBW while playing on the leg-side and what made the batsman, with a sweet tooth, stay away from sugar.
"He's actually changed a generation of players around him to believe that 'I can be successful' from here. Look at Ishan Kishan, look at the way he plays international cricket," Ganguly said about MS Dhoni.
The Border-Gavaskar Trophy has grown to be one of the most highly anticipated Test series for cricket fans worldwide since its inception in 1996.
The pitch at the Jamtha Stadium in Nagpur looks green three days before 1st Test but going by the trend since 2015, on match day. it will look brown; Ashwin, Axar, Jadeja and Kuldeep could form India's spin quartet.
Rain meant just 89 overs were possible on the first two days of the match after West Indies had opted to bat, but the visitors accelerated the scoring on day three.
PSG needs Messi with Bayern Munich coming up on Feb. 14 in the first leg of their round-of-16 game in the Champions League.
The Spanish league said Monday it will investigate the latest attacks after television images showed someone calling him a monkey during Real Madrid’s 1-0 loss at Mallorca on Sunday.
Australian legend Ian Chappell said that Rishabh Pant was the sort of player who would give opposition captains sleepless nights.
Ian Chappell said whenever he had asked curators what kind of pitch they thought was a good one, they said that one which saw a team winning on the fifth day after tea.