Live Covid-19
United States 42,840,971
Cases: 42,840,971
Deaths: 691,288
Recovered: 32,460,485
Active: 9,689,198
India 33,447,010
Cases: 33,447,010
Deaths: 444,869
Recovered: 32,663,592
Active: 338,549
Brazil 21,102,536
Cases: 21,102,536
Deaths: 589,744
Recovered: 20,180,106
Active: 332,686
United Kingdom 7,400,739
Cases: 7,400,739
Deaths: 135,147
Recovered: 5,958,691
Active: 1,306,901
Russia 7,254,754
Cases: 7,254,754
Deaths: 197,425
Recovered: 6,485,264
Active: 572,065
France 6,949,519
Cases: 6,949,519
Deaths: 116,002
Recovered: 6,626,528
Active: 206,989
Turkey 6,820,861
Cases: 6,820,861
Deaths: 61,361
Recovered: 6,309,910
Active: 449,590
Iran 5,408,860
Cases: 5,408,860
Deaths: 116,791
Recovered: 4,736,896
Active: 555,173
Argentina 5,237,159
Cases: 5,237,159
Deaths: 114,286
Recovered: 5,090,449
Active: 32,424
Colombia 4,937,596
Cases: 4,937,596
Deaths: 125,826
Recovered: 4,776,169
Active: 35,601
Spain 4,929,546
Cases: 4,929,546
Deaths: 85,783
Recovered: 4,633,527
Active: 210,236
Italy 4,632,275
Cases: 4,632,275
Deaths: 130,284
Recovered: 4,388,951
Active: 113,040
Indonesia 4,188,529
Cases: 4,188,529
Deaths: 140,323
Recovered: 3,983,140
Active: 65,066
Germany 4,146,128
Cases: 4,146,128
Deaths: 93,555
Recovered: 3,882,700
Active: 169,873
Mexico 3,552,983
Cases: 3,552,983
Deaths: 270,538
Recovered: 2,906,771
Active: 375,674
Poland 2,897,395
Cases: 2,897,395
Deaths: 75,487
Recovered: 2,659,020
Active: 162,888
South Africa 2,880,349
Cases: 2,880,349
Deaths: 86,116
Recovered: 2,728,961
Active: 65,272
Philippines 2,347,550
Cases: 2,347,550
Deaths: 36,583
Recovered: 2,126,879
Active: 184,088
Ukraine 2,344,398
Cases: 2,344,398
Deaths: 54,829
Recovered: 2,230,306
Active: 59,263
Peru 2,165,533
Cases: 2,165,533
Deaths: 198,948
Recovered:
Active: 1,966,585
Malaysia 2,082,876
Cases: 2,082,876
Deaths: 23,067
Recovered: 1,840,450
Active: 219,359
Netherlands 1,983,252
Cases: 1,983,252
Deaths: 18,111
Recovered: 1,893,592
Active: 71,549
Iraq 1,972,705
Cases: 1,972,705
Deaths: 21,775
Recovered: 1,857,873
Active: 93,057
Czechia 1,685,878
Cases: 1,685,878
Deaths: 30,429
Recovered: 1,650,292
Active: 5,157
Japan 1,668,136
Cases: 1,668,136
Deaths: 17,097
Recovered: 1,564,097
Active: 86,942
Chile 1,646,994
Cases: 1,646,994
Deaths: 37,339
Recovered: 1,603,507
Active: 6,148
Canada 1,570,614
Cases: 1,570,614
Deaths: 27,383
Recovered: 1,497,587
Active: 45,644
Bangladesh 1,541,300
Cases: 1,541,300
Deaths: 27,182
Recovered: 1,498,654
Active: 15,464
Thailand 1,462,901
Cases: 1,462,901
Deaths: 15,246
Recovered: 1,317,527
Active: 130,128
Pakistan 1,221,261
Cases: 1,221,261
Deaths: 27,135
Recovered: 1,129,562
Active: 64,564
Live Covid-19
United States 42,840,971
Cases: 42,840,971
Deaths: 691,288
Recovered: 32,460,485
Active: 9,689,198
India 33,447,010
Cases: 33,447,010
Deaths: 444,869
Recovered: 32,663,592
Active: 338,549
Brazil 21,102,536
Cases: 21,102,536
Deaths: 589,744
Recovered: 20,180,106
Active: 332,686
United Kingdom 7,400,739
Cases: 7,400,739
Deaths: 135,147
Recovered: 5,958,691
Active: 1,306,901
Russia 7,254,754
Cases: 7,254,754
Deaths: 197,425
Recovered: 6,485,264
Active: 572,065
France 6,949,519
Cases: 6,949,519
Deaths: 116,002
Recovered: 6,626,528
Active: 206,989
Turkey 6,820,861
Cases: 6,820,861
Deaths: 61,361
Recovered: 6,309,910
Active: 449,590
Iran 5,408,860
Cases: 5,408,860
Deaths: 116,791
Recovered: 4,736,896
Active: 555,173
Argentina 5,237,159
Cases: 5,237,159
Deaths: 114,286
Recovered: 5,090,449
Active: 32,424
Colombia 4,937,596
Cases: 4,937,596
Deaths: 125,826
Recovered: 4,776,169
Active: 35,601
Spain 4,929,546
Cases: 4,929,546
Deaths: 85,783
Recovered: 4,633,527
Active: 210,236
Italy 4,632,275
Cases: 4,632,275
Deaths: 130,284
Recovered: 4,388,951
Active: 113,040
Indonesia 4,188,529
Cases: 4,188,529
Deaths: 140,323
Recovered: 3,983,140
Active: 65,066
Germany 4,146,128
Cases: 4,146,128
Deaths: 93,555
Recovered: 3,882,700
Active: 169,873
Mexico 3,552,983
Cases: 3,552,983
Deaths: 270,538
Recovered: 2,906,771
Active: 375,674
Poland 2,897,395
Cases: 2,897,395
Deaths: 75,487
Recovered: 2,659,020
Active: 162,888
South Africa 2,880,349
Cases: 2,880,349
Deaths: 86,116
Recovered: 2,728,961
Active: 65,272
Philippines 2,347,550
Cases: 2,347,550
Deaths: 36,583
Recovered: 2,126,879
Active: 184,088
Ukraine 2,344,398
Cases: 2,344,398
Deaths: 54,829
Recovered: 2,230,306
Active: 59,263
Peru 2,165,533
Cases: 2,165,533
Deaths: 198,948
Recovered:
Active: 1,966,585
Malaysia 2,082,876
Cases: 2,082,876
Deaths: 23,067
Recovered: 1,840,450
Active: 219,359
Netherlands 1,983,252
Cases: 1,983,252
Deaths: 18,111
Recovered: 1,893,592
Active: 71,549
Iraq 1,972,705
Cases: 1,972,705
Deaths: 21,775
Recovered: 1,857,873
Active: 93,057
Czechia 1,685,878
Cases: 1,685,878
Deaths: 30,429
Recovered: 1,650,292
Active: 5,157
Japan 1,668,136
Cases: 1,668,136
Deaths: 17,097
Recovered: 1,564,097
Active: 86,942
Chile 1,646,994
Cases: 1,646,994
Deaths: 37,339
Recovered: 1,603,507
Active: 6,148
Canada 1,570,614
Cases: 1,570,614
Deaths: 27,383
Recovered: 1,497,587
Active: 45,644
Bangladesh 1,541,300
Cases: 1,541,300
Deaths: 27,182
Recovered: 1,498,654
Active: 15,464
Thailand 1,462,901
Cases: 1,462,901
Deaths: 15,246
Recovered: 1,317,527
Active: 130,128
Pakistan 1,221,261
Cases: 1,221,261
Deaths: 27,135
Recovered: 1,129,562
Active: 64,564

England vs West Indies: Jason Holder Hails Shannon Gabriel’s “Massive Heart’ As Windies Beat England


West Indies captain Jason Holder praised the “massive, massive heart” of Shannon Gabriel following the tourists’ four-wicket win in the first Test against England at Southampton on Sunday. Fast bowler Gabriel was named man-of-the-match after taking combined figures of nine wickets for 137 runs as international cricket returned from lockdown. The 32-year-old Trinidad quick was originally only named as a travelling reserve as he recovered from ankle surgery. But he proved his fitness in two intra-squad warm-up matches and then showed his class as West Indies went 1-0 up in this three-match series.

Gabriel now boasts a fine career record of 142 wickets in 46 Tests at an average of under 30, with Holder telling reporters after stumps: “What Shannon has done in this game is nothing surprising.

“Shannon is just one of those guys who keep doing it. He has a massive, massive heart and he’s been through a lot.

“He wants success so badly. His body hasn’t held up the way he would like but to see him back out there fit and well and bowling fast for the West Indies is always a pleasing sight.

“He deserves every bit of success he’s had in this game. I’m really, really happy for Shannon, I know what he’s been through.

“We kept in contact while he was doing rehab. At some stages he was very frustrated by how things were going but he stuck it through,” added all-rounder Holder, who himself took a Test-best 6-42 in England’s lowly first innings 204.

“We all know when Shannon is fit and healthy, he is a handful and he proved it in this game.”

For all Gabriel’s heroics, the West Indies still needed to bat well after being set a target of 200 to win on Sunday’s final day.

‘No slouch’ Blackwood

They got there largely thanks to Jermaine Blackwood’s 95.

Blackwood might not have played had fellow batsmen Darren Bravo and Shimron Hetmyer decided to tour rather than opting out of a campaign taking place against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic.  

Holder said of Blackwood: “He had an outstanding first-class competition — his case to get back in the team was pretty strong.

“He’s not a slouch at this level either, he has done well for us and I hope he can kick on.”

England stand-in skipper Ben Stokes said he had no regrets over either leaving out veteran paceman Stuart Broad or deciding to bat first in overcast, bowler-friendly, conditions on Wednesday.

Broad, England’s second-most successful Test bowler of all time, revealed how “frustrated and angry” he felt at being left out of a home Test for the first time in eight years during a mid-match interview.

“We made a decision based around thinking pace was going to stand us a better place in the long game. Stuart is a fantastic bowler and he understands the reasons why,” said Stokes.

“If I was to regret that, I don’t think that sends the right message to the other guys I picked.

“Looking at the interview he gave I thought it was absolutely brilliant, to see the desire and passion that he showed.”

Promoted

Stokes said he was looking forward to handing the reins over to regular captain Joe Root for next week’s second Test after the star batsman missed this match following the birth of his second child.

“He’s one of the best players in the world, so he is a big miss when he doesn’t play — and obviously next week I don’t need to make any of the decisions, so good luck Joe.”

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