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Joshua hits back at Wilder

first_imgRelatedPosts Tyson Fury to Anthony Joshua: Don’t risk fighting Usyk Anthony Joshua, Okolie plot world title double Anthony Joshua wants Tyson Fury, Wilder fight Anthony Joshua has defended his measured and tactful display against Andy Ruiz Jr, which saw him become a two-time heavyweight world champion.Joshua outfoxed and outboxed Ruiz Jr in Saudi Arabia last weekend to claim a unanimous points win and revenge for his shock defeat six months ago.As a spectacle, it was not one for the casual boxing fan, and although Joshua mostly received praise for executing his game plan from those inside the sport, there were some who critcised the BritWBC champion Deontay Wilder was unimpressed by Joshua’s performance and blasted his “jab-and-grab” technique in the hours after his victory.Wilder told The Athletic: “Joshua did what he had to do to get the win. He ran around the ring and was on his bike all day.“You want to dominate guys, man. I’m not coming in, after losing to this guy, to just dance and grab and jab and hold. I’m going to show the world and convince them I am the very best and that no one is close to me.”AJ hit back at his rival’s comments, insisting that he deserves credit for showing the discipline to box smart and prise back the heavyweight world titles.“That’s Wilder’s opinion,” Joshua said. “A lot of people don’t have a good bone in their body to say a positive thing anyway. I outboxed the heavyweight champion of the world for 12 rounds. I don’t think I lost a round. Maybe one“I come in there with a great game plan, I’m successful. Isn’t that good enough?“You can’t box to keep everyone happy; you have to box for the win. And I feel like when I’m at home celebrating, he’s there talking about negativity. Negative energy breeds failure so I’m just going to keep a positive mindset and build on that victory.”Tags: Andy Ruiz JrAnthony JoshuaDeontay Wilderlast_img read more

Rabada fires as South Africa close on WACA win

first_imgPERTH (Reuters) – Kagiso Rabada took three wickets and Temba Bavuma produced a stunning piece of fielding as South Africa closed in on a first Test victory by reducing Australia to 169 for four, still 369 runs behind, at the end of the fourth day yesterday.The hosts had started their pursuit of their unlikely victory target soon after lunch when South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis declared at 540-8, a lead of 538, having all but batted Australia out of the contest.Bavuma’s brilliant run out ended David Warner’s bright start before 21-year-old Rabada removed Shaun Marsh, Steve Smith and Adam Voges to finish the day with figures of 3-49 off 16 overs.Usman Khawaja survived an early scare when a DRS review saved him from a duck and will resume unbeaten on 58 with all-rounder Mitchell Marsh, who was 15 not out, as the Australians look to bat out the final day at the WACA.Warner appeared ready to chase down the full 539 target himself when he opened the innings at a fair lick with 35 runs from 33 balls.South Africa’s pace attack, reduced to Vernon Philander and Rabada after the loss for the series of an injured Dale Steyn, were struggling for the breakthrough until the intervention of Bavuma.Having just hit his sixth four, Warner was cantering down the wicket for a single when the diminutive Bavuma acrobatically swept up the ball and, while still airborne, flicked it at the base of the middle stump.Marsh departed four balls later for 15, catching an edge to a Rabada delivery, but after Khawaja’s reprieve off the first ball of the next over, Australia made it to tea without any further damage.Smith looked set on 34 until Rabada finally got his length right and found a bit of outswing in a beautiful delivery that caught a fine edge off the bat and carried to Quinton de Kock behind the stumps.Another superb Rabada delivery in his next over had Voges flummoxed and he departed for one run in similar fashion.Australia captain Smith had earlier bowled Philander for 73 to bring an end to three hours of frustration for the hosts as South Africa added another 150 runs to their overnight tally of 390-6.De Kock made 64 before he was caught at short leg but Philander and debutant spinner Keshav Maharaj (41 not out) continued to plunder runs off the exhausted Australian bowlers.The highest successful fourth-innings run chase in Test cricket was the 418-7 West Indies scored to beat Australia at Antigua in May 2003, while South Africa scored 414-4 to beat their hosts at the WACA in 2008.The Proteas will therefore be confident of taking a 1-0 lead in the three-match series, which continues in Hobart before concluding with a day-night Test in Adelaide.SOUTH AFRICA 1st innings 242 (Q. de Kock 84, T. Bavuma 51; M. Starc 4-71)Australia 1st innings 244 (D. Warner 97, S. Marsh 63; V. Philander 4-56)South Africa 2nd innings (Overnight: 390-6)S. Cook c S. Marsh b Siddle 12D. Elgar c Starc b Hazlewood 127H. Amla b Hazlewood 1J. Duminy c Nevill b Siddle 141F. du Plessis c Nevill b Starc 32T. Bavuma c Khawaja b M. Marsh 8Q. de Kock c Voges b M. Marsh 64V. Philander b Smith 73K. Maharaj not out 41Extras (b-10 lb-13 nb-1 w-17) 41Total (for 8 wickets declared, 160.1 overs) 540Fall of wickets: 1-35 S. Cook,2-45 H. Amla,3-295 J. Duminy,4-324 D. Elgar,5-346 T. Bavuma,6-352 F. du Plessis,7-468 Q. de Kock,8-540 V. PhilanderDid not bat: D. Steyn, K. RabadaBowling: M. Starc 31 – 8 – 114 – 1(w-1),J. Hazlewood 37 – 11 – 107 – 2(nb-1), P. Siddle 26 – 9 – 62 – 2,M. Marsh 26 – 4 – 77 – 2(w-4),N. Lyon 34 – 3 – 146 – 0, A. Voges 5 – 1 – 8 – 0,S. Smith 1.1 – 0 – 3 – 1.AUSTRALIA 2nd innings (Target: 539 runs)S. Marsh c du Plessis b Rabada 15D. Warner run out (Bavuma) 35U. Khawaja not out 58S. Smith c de Kock b Rabada 34`A. Voges c de Kock b Rabada 1M. Marsh not out 15Extras (b-8 lb-2 w-1) 11Total (for 4 wickets, 55 overs) 169Fall of wickets: 1-52 D. Warner,2-52 S. Marsh,3-144 S. Smith,4-146 A. VogesTo bat: P. Nevill, M. Starc, P. Siddle, J. Hazlewood, N. LyonBowling:K. Rabada 16 – 2 – 49 – 3(w-1),V. Philander 12 – 3 – 36 – 0,J. Duminy 8 – 1 – 18 – 0K. Maharaj 17 – 6 – 40 – 0, S. Cook 2-0-16-0last_img