Fashion model Aweng Ade-Chuol kisses wife on cover of Elle UK

Elle UK
Elle UK

South Sudanese fashion model Aweng Ade-Chuol has appeared on the cover of Elle UK magazine in a passionate embrace with her wife.

The US-based catwalk star married nail artist entrepreneur Alexus Ade-Chuol in Manhattan shortly before New York City went into lockdown.

Ade-Chuol, who covers the January issue, spoke about how their relationship had prompted abuse from people from the South Sudan community, leading to her attempting to kill herself.

(Elle UK/Meinke Klein)

She said: “That is really baffling to me, and I’m still processing it. We got married and the whole world, literally the whole of my community, were wishing that I passed, in a way.

“A few months later, I attempted (suicide). It was really absurd, because subconsciously I felt I was maybe drained by the fact we’d got married.

“It’s still a discussion now, like, ‘How dare she marry a woman?’ You can’t control what people say, and there were tabloids and newspapers back in Sudan… It was a whole thing.

“For me, it was like, with the political climate that’s going on, you really think that my marriage is the most significant thing in your life right now?

“It was saddening, because it was the happiest day of my life, and they couldn’t let me enjoy it.”

In June she revealed in a post on Instagram that she had attempted suicide two months earlier and spent three days in intensive care.

But Ade-Chuol, who was born in Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp, told her followers she was “in a much better place now”.

Addressing the decision to share her story widely, she told Elle UK: “Young kids came up and said, ‘I’ve been thinking about it… And I’m like, OK, OK now.’

“I can’t respond to everybody. I had to put a general announcement out to say, ‘Hey guys, I’ve announced what happened to me, I guess things could be happening in your life, too, but I’m still learning. I need to manoeuvre around this thing I went through, so I don’t know how to help you but here’s some suggestions: therapy and self-acceptance.’”

She also discussed working with Beyonce on her visual album Black Is King, which was released to critical acclaim in July.

“Every girl’s dream is to work with Queen B, and that was my dream as a kid,” she said.

The January issue of Elle UK is on sale from December 1.

Source Article

Read more

Black Friday 2020, Deals for Tesla Model X, S, 3, Y Accessories

Tesla, the electric car manufacturer, doesn’t have an official Black Friday sale. However, some companies are offering Black Friday deals on Tesla car accessories and other promotions, while used Teslas are available from both Tesla and private sellers.

Used Teslas across all four models (Model S, 3, X and Y) are on sale at the Tesla website.

Prices across all used Teslas available at the Tesla website currently range from $34,300 for a 2015 Model S 85-Rear Wheel Drive (with 3.99 percent APR for 72 months, $5,000 down payment) to $85,600 for a 2018 Model S 100D Ludicrous Performance All-Wheel Drive (with 3.99 percent APR for 72 months, $8,560 down payment).

Private sellers on websites such as MY EV, where currently used Tesla Model S cars are available from $26,898, also offer slashed prices for Teslas on an individual basis.

Evannex, the “aftermarket Tesla accessories” website, is offering a $10 discount on all orders over $100 by using the code “BFCM” at checkout. All customers making purchases of over $100 get a complimentary set of valve stem caps, the website noted.

Evannex is offering “BFCM [Black Friday Cyber Monday] specials” on accessories for every Tesla model, including trunk organizers, seat hoodies, cubby compartments, all-weather floor mats, center console inserts and more.

EV Items, which sells “premium accessories for your Tesla,” is also hosting a Tesla Black Friday sale. Customers get 30 percent off all accessories as well as a free air freshener and free shipping for purchases of more than $50 in the U.S. and Canada using the code “BLACKFRIDAY30” at checkout.

A Model S and Model X seat pouch organizer two-piece set is available for $24.99 (reduced from $32.99), while multi-purpose T-hooks for Model X are on sale for $27.99 (reduced from $34.99) at EV Items.

T Sportonline, which claims to be the “world’s first Tesla tuner,” is also offering Black Friday promotions with certain package purchases.

Customers can get a $120 prepaid Visa reward card with a purchase of select Michelin tires and T Sportline wheel packages. The offer is valid until December 9. The following packages qualify for the $120 Visa reward card, which can be redeemed online or by mail-in rebate:

  • Model 3 18-inch Wheel and Michelin X-Ice Snow Winter Tire Package.
  • Model 3 18-inch Wheel and Michelin All Season Tire Package.
  • Model 3 19-inch Wheel and Michelin Ultra High Performance Tire Package.
  • Model 3 20-inch Wheel and Michelin Winter Tire Package.
  • Model Y 19-inch Wheel and Michelin Ultra High Performance Tire Package.
  • Model Y 19-inch Wheel and Michelin All Season Tire Package.
  • Model Y 20-inch Wheel and Michelin Ultra High Performance Tire Package.
  • Model Y 20-inch Wheel and Michelin Winter Tire Package.
  • Model Y 21-inch Wheel and Michelin Tire Package.
  • Model X 20-inch Wheel and Michelin All Weather Tire Package.
  • Model X 20-inch Wheel and Michelin Winter Tire Package.
  • Model X 22-inch Wheel and Michelin Ultra High Performance Package.
  • Model S 19-inch Wheel and Michelin Winter Tire Package.

T Sportonline is also offering a $70

Read more

Halima Aden, model who wears a hijab, takes step back from fashion

Colleen Barry, Associated Press
Published 12:05 p.m. ET Nov. 26, 2020 | Updated 12:06 p.m. ET Nov. 26, 2020

CLOSE

Halima Aden, the first hijab-wearing model signed by a major agency walking in international shows is redefining beauty. Elly Park reports.
Video provided by Reuters

MILAN — Somali American model Halima Aden has announced that she is taking a step back from the fashion industry, saying the coronavirus pandemic slowdown has allowed her to see instances when her desire to maintain a hijab was not properly respected.

In a detailed Instagram story, Aden wrote this week that she was “not rushing back to the fashion industry” and that she had finally heard her mother’s pleas “to open my eyes.”

“My mom asked me to quit modeling a LONG time ago. I wish I wasn’t so defensive,’’ the 23-year-old model wrote. “Thanks to COVID and the breakaway from the industry I have finally realized where I went wrong on my hijab journey.’’

Aden became the first hijab-wearing model on the runways of Milan and New York, and has appeared on numerous magazine covers and in print campaigns.

Learn more: Hijab becomes symbol of resistance, feminism in the age of Trump

In this Feb. 23, 2017, file photo, Somali American model Halima Aden wears a creation part of the Max Mara women’s Fall-Winter 2017-18 collection, that was presented in Milan, Italy. (Photo: Luca Bruno, AP)

Born in a refugee camp in Kenya, she moved to the United States with her family at age 7 and was the first Muslim homecoming queen at her high school in Minnesota, the first Somali student senator at her college and the first hijab-wearing woman in the Miss USA Minnesota pageant.

In her Instagram posts, Aden detailed where she felt the religious covering hijab had been respected – for example in a campaign for Rihanna’s Fenty beauty line – and where it had gone astray, showing an instance when her head had been wrapped in jeans.

“I was just so desperate back then for any ‘representation,’ that I lost touch with who I was,’’ she wrote on one post, and on another, wearing a crystal-encrusted headscarf, she said “”I should have walked off the set because clearly the stylist didn’t have a hijab wearing woman in mind.”

She said her acceptance of situations that showed a lack of respect for her beliefs was due to a mixture of rebellion and naivete. “What I blame the industry for is the lack of MUSLIM stylists,” she wrote.

Yeezy NYFW show: Kanye West casts hijab-wearing model Halima Aden

Autoplay

Show Thumbnails

Show Captions

Last SlideNext Slide

Read or Share this story: https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/fashion/2020/11/26/halima-aden-model-who-wears-hijab-takes-step-back-fashion/6432684002/

Source Article

Read more

Hijab-wearing St. Cloud model Halima Aden takes step back from fashion

Associated Press
Published 1:24 p.m. ET Nov. 26, 2020

CLOSE

Apollo High School graduate Halima Aden — who walked the runway for Kanye West’s Yeezy collection in February 2017 — made a surprise appearance at the first place she ever walked on, the culture show at Apollo.

MILAN (AP) — Somali-American model Halima Aden has announced that she is taking a step back from the fashion industry, saying the pandemic slowdown has allowed her to see instances when her desire to maintain a hijab was not properly respected.

Born in a refugee camp in Kenya, Aden moved to the United States with her family at age 7. She was the first Muslim homecoming queen at St. Cloud’s Apollo High School, the first Somali student senator at St. Cloud State University and the first hijab-wearing contestant in the Miss USA Minnesota pageant. 

Model and former Apollo student Halima Aden made an appearance Friday, May 5, at the Apollo High School culture show. (Photo: Jason Wachter, [email protected])

In a detailed Instagram story, Aden wrote this week that she was “not rushing back to the fashion industry” and that she had finally heard her mother’s pleas “to open my eyes.”

“My mom asked me to quite modeling a LONG time ago. I wish I wasn’t so defensive,’’ the 23-year-old model wrote. “Thanks to COVID and the breakaway from the industry I have finally realized where I went wrong on my hijab journey.’’

Aden became the first hijab-wearing model on the runways of Milan and New York, and has appeared on numerous magazine covers and in print campaigns.

Related: Kanye West casts hijab-wearing model Halima Aden in his Yeezy NYFW show

In her Instagram posts, Aden detailed where she felt the religious covering hijab had been respected — for example in a campaign for Rihanna’s Fenty beauty line — and where it had gone astray, showing an instance when her head had been wrapped in jeans.

“I was just so desperate back then for any ‘representation,’ that I lost touch with who I was,’’ she wrote on one post, and on another, wearing a crystal-encrusted headscarf, she said “”I should have walked off the set because clearly the stylist didn’t have a hijab wearing woman in mind.”

She said her acceptance of situations that showed a lack of respect for her beliefs was due to a mixture of rebellion and naivete. “What I blame the industry for is the lack of MUSLIM stylists,” she wrote.

Support local journalism. Subscribe to sctimes.com today.

Read or Share this story: https://www.sctimes.com/story/news/2020/11/26/halima-aden-hijab-wearing-model-takes-step-back-fashion-industry/6432642002/

Source Article

Read more

Model Halima Aden quits fashion shows over religious beliefs | Fashion

The model Halima Aden has said she is quitting runway shows because working in fashion has forced her to compromise her religious beliefs.

Aden, who was hailed as a trailblazer for being one of the first models to wear a hijab and walk for major fashion labels including Kanye West’s Yeezy, posted a series of images on social media that illustrated the times she had lost touch with who she is (from missing prayer times to being draped with pairs of jeans for a head covering).

“I can only blame myself for caring more about opportunity than what was actually at stake,” she wrote on Instagram Stories.

The model shared a post of herself in a campaign for Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty, writing: “(Rihanna) let me wear the hijab I brought to set. This is the girl I’m returning to, the real Halima.”

In another post, Aden spoke about the feeling that comes from being “a minority within a minority”, adding: “What I do blame the industry for is the lack of Muslim women stylists.” She said this had led to very little understanding of the hijab within the fashion industry.

Last year, she told the Observer that her hijab was a non-negotiable in her contract with the modelling agency IMG. “It’s not because I don’t think people are going to listen – it’s more so they know what to expect,” she said. In other social media posts, Aden wrote about feeling the weight of being the most high-profile modest fashion model.

“Fellow Muslim sisters would send me DMs and even publicly tag me at the start of my career to say ‘stop dressing like an old woman’… which made me feel like I was doing something wrong … I remember wanting to be the ‘hot hijabi’ as if that didn’t just defeat the whole purpose,” she wrote. “A hot mess is what it was truthfully.”

Aden shot to fame in 2016 following her turn in the Miss USA beauty pageant, when she caught the eye of the fashion editor Carine Roitfeld. She soon signed to the global modelling agency IMG and made her runway debut at New York fashion week where she walked for Kanye West’s Yeezy and Maxmara.

Eighteen months ago, Halima set conversations about modesty and fashion alight with both critics and supporters when she became the first headscarf-wearing model to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated.

Source Article

Read more

Gigi Hadid voices her support for Somali model Halima Aden over her regrets over Hijab use in fashion shoots



Gigi Hadid wearing sunglasses


© Bang Showbiz
Gigi Hadid

Gigi Hadid has thrown her support behind Somali model Halima Aden after she spoke out about her regrets of not wearing a Hijab in fashion shoots.

The 23-year-old fashion model took to her Instagram Stories this week to reflect on the various shoots she has done over the years, including her 2017 Arabia cover, and admitted she “made mistakes” when it came to representation of the head covering worn by Muslim women.

Alongside the cover, she wrote: “This wasn’t ‘representation’, this was mockery. I was too young and naive to see it back then.”

She said: “Thanks to Covid-19 and the break away from the industry, I have finally realised where I went wrong in my personal hijab journey.”

Halima admitted she wished she’d always worn her black Hijab like she did for her first campaign for Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty.

She wrote: “I wish I never stopped bringing my black hijab to set. Because the minute I got comfortable … well, let’s just say I got too carried away.”

And on her American Eagle Outfitters campaign where she had a pair of jeans on her head, she added: “As if we ever needed these brands to represent hijabis. They need us. Never the other way around. But I was so desperate back then for any ‘representation’ that I lost touch with who I was.”

And following the post, supermodel Gigi – whose mother, Yolanda Hadid, is Dutch and father, Mohamed Hadid, is Palestinian – has said she is “proud” of her friend for speaking out on her regrets in order to “get back on track with what feels genuine”.

The 25-year-old beauty wrote on her Instagram Stories: “Everyone should go check out @Halima’s story right now.

“It is so important, as a hijabi or not, to self reflect and get back on track with what feels genuine to us – It’s the only way to feel truly fulfilled.

“I learnt through therapy once that if we are assertive with our boundaries, it does not mean that we are ungrateful for opportunity, and it will lead to an end result that does not feel hollow, one where we do not feel take advantaged of.

“Learning that helped me so much.

“My sis Halima, you have inspired me since the day I met you and you continue to make me proud.

“Keep shining, big love. (sic)”

Source Article

Read more

See Tracee Ellis Ross’ Fashion Evolution, From ’90s Model to Red Carpet Queen

She only gets better with time!

Tracee Ellis Ross to Receive the Fashion Icon Award at the 2020 E! People’s Choice Awards

UP NEXT

UP NEXT

Tracee Ellis Ross is the official 2020 E! People’s Choice Awards Style Icon, which should come as no surprise to fans who have been following the actress’ career for years. She always knows how to bring the unique looks and exciting style choices to any red carpet.

Not to mention, even when she’s lounging at home, her personal style always finds a way to make her followers green with envy. Who wouldn’t be?! Not only is she an award-winning actress who currently stars on the hit ABC show Black-ish, but she’s the daughter of soul queen Diana Ross and the sister of musician and actor Evan Ross.

Since starting out as a model in the ’90s, Tracee has been nailing the fashion game for decades and luckily we’ve rounded up all her best looks over the years. She didn’t just become a fashionista over night and these are all of the incredible photos to prove it.

Tracee Ellis Ross’ Best Looks

Scroll through all of the TV star’s incredible looks through the years and see how her enviable style has evolved.

Don’t forget to tune into the 2020 E! People’s Choice Awards this Sunday to see Tracee become the official Style Icon of 2020.

(Originally published Nov. 6, 2020 at 5 a.m. PT)



Tracee Ellis Ross standing posing for the camera: 1999 Tracee knew how to have fun while keeping it casual. In this tank top and beige oversized pants look, she proved that you don't have to go glam to make your fashion imprint matter.


© Marcelo Bengoechea/Corbis via Getty Images
1999 Tracee knew how to have fun while keeping it casual. In this tank top and beige oversized pants look, she proved that you don’t have to go glam to make your fashion imprint matter.



Tracee Ellis Ross wearing a costume posing for the camera: In 2000, she proved that you can look like a queen any day of the week. This powerful gold outfit complete with gold pumps was just the beginning of Tracee's fashion icon status.


© SGranitz/WireImage
In 2000, she proved that you can look like a queen any day of the week. This powerful gold outfit complete with gold pumps was just the beginning of Tracee’s fashion icon status.



Tracee Ellis Ross holding a sign posing for the camera: No one made it out of the year 2000 without at least one sequin dress to their name. Tracee was not immune to the sequin trend, and rocked this sleek gown during the TV Guide Awards.


© J. Vespa/WireImage
No one made it out of the year 2000 without at least one sequin dress to their name. Tracee was not immune to the sequin trend, and rocked this sleek gown during the TV Guide Awards.



Tracee Ellis Ross talking on a cell phone: During the first season of her hit TV series Girlfriends , Tracee started to become a major muse for her street-style. In this 2000 picture, she proved that you can mix and match and still come out on top.


© Arnaldo Magnani/Getty Images
During the first season of her hit TV series Girlfriends , Tracee started to become a major muse for her street-style. In this 2000 picture, she proved that you can mix and match and still come out on top.



Tracee Ellis Ross standing posing for the camera: She kept it classy with this fun and daring all-black ensemble at the 2001 Soul Train Awards in Los Angeles. A smoky eye, hoop earings and knee-high boots all make for the perfect early '00s fever dream.


© SGranitz/WireImage
She kept it classy with this fun and daring all-black ensemble at the 2001 Soul Train Awards in Los Angeles. A smoky eye, hoop earings and knee-high boots all make for the perfect early ’00s fever dream.



Tracee Ellis Ross standing posing for the camera: The dress over jeans ensemble was a look in the early '00s. Tracee is nothing if not always aware of the times and fully embracing the fun and quirky staples that made the year 2002 such a fashion year to remember.


© J. Vespa/WireImage
The dress over jeans ensemble was a look in the early ’00s. Tracee is nothing if not always aware of the times and fully embracing the fun and quirky staples that made the year 2002 such a fashion year to remember.



Tracee Ellis Ross standing posing for the camera: Tracee was caught leaving a private residence in the early '00s and proved that you can look comfy and haute couture all at the same time. Matching your headwrap with your dress? Don't mind if she does!


© J. Vespa/WireImage
Tracee was caught leaving a private residence in the early ’00s and

Read more

Chromatography Accessories Market Research 2020: Competitive Landscape and Development Model in Different Regions of The World

The MarketWatch News Department was not involved in the creation of this content.

Nov 06, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
“Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.”

“Chromatography Accessories Market” has several changes in recent years and expected to vary significantly within the forecast year because of developments in production sources, shifts in consumer preferences changes to business policies. Chromatography Accessories Market is gaining important adoption among recent business across the globe. Global Chromatography Accessories Market Report 2020 gives complete research about the industry size by key players, regions, product types and end user with history data and forecast data to 2025. This report analyses the Chromatography Accessories with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.

Get a Sample Copy of the Report at- https://www.industryresearch.co/enquiry/request-sample/16591895

Most important Regions play dynamic role in Chromatography Accessories market share are: North America, Europe, China, Japan, Middle East and Africa, India, South America, Others.

Chromatography Accessories Market Report Scope:

● Chromatography Accessories market report provides in-depth data about company Profiles, Chromatography Accessories launching and Market Positioning, their Production, Value, Price, ratio and Target Customers. ● Report share our perspectives for the impact of COVID-19 from the long and short term. ● Report provide the influence of the crisis on the industry chain, especially for marketing channels. ● Specialist update the timely industry economic revitalization plan of the country-wise government.

To Understand the Impact of COVID-19 on Chromatography Accessories Market: – https://www.industryresearch.co/enquiry/request-covid19/16591895

Research report contains data about following major players in Chromatography Accessories market, which strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyse their growth strategies.:

Key players in the global Chromatography Accessories market covered in report:

● Pall Corporation ● Metrohm AG ● GRACE ● GE Healthcare ● Bio-Rad Laboratories ● Thermo Fisher Scientific ● Phenomenex ● Tosoh Bioscience ● Sigma-Aldrich ● Agilent Technologies ● Shimadzu Corporation ● Waters Corporation ● EMD Millipore Corporation

On the basis of types, the Chromatography Accessories market from 2015 to 2025 is primarily split into:

● Columns and Column Accessories ● Chromatography Detectors and Accessories ● Other Accessories

On the basis of applications, the Chromatography Accessories market from 2015 to 2025 covers:

● Academics and Research ● Hospitals and Diagnostic Laboratories ● Pharmaceuticals ● Food and Agriculture ● Others

The In-depth industry chain includes analysis value chain analysis, porter five forces model analysis and cost structure analysis. This Chromatography Accessories Market report describes present situation, historical background and future forecast. It Comprehensive data showing Chromatography Accessories sale, consumption, trade statistics, and prices in the recent years are provided. The Chromatography Accessories report indicates a wealth of information on Chromatography Accessories vendors. Chromatography Accessories Market forecast for next five years, including Market volumes and prices is also provided. Raw Material Supply and Downstream Consumer Information is also included.

Inquire or Share Your Questions If Any Before the Purchasing This Report- https://www.industryresearch.co/enquiry/pre-order-enquiry/16591895

Years considered for this report:

Historical Years: 2015-2019

Base Year: 2019

Estimated Year: 2020

Forecast

Read more

Angel City FC’s ownership model could shape the future of women’s sport

In mid-October, the National Women’s Soccer League’s newest expansion club, Angel City FC, announced they had added several more celebrity names to their already star-studded list of investors.

Alongside the likes of Julie Uhrman, Serena Williams, Alexis Ohanian, Natalie Portman, Uzo Aduba, Jennifer Garner, Casey Neistat, and over a dozen former USWNT players, the franchise now also includes Billie Jean King, Ilana Kloss, Lindsey Vonn, James Corden, PK Subban, Cobi Jones and Candace Parker.

While these names have grabbed international headlines and drawn public attention to the NWSL, Angel City FC’s glittering list of backers also highlights one of the biggest — if under-discussed — forces that could shape the future of women’s sport: team ownership.

Stream FC Daily on ESPN+
– USWNT Camp: Culmination of a year of adapting for Andonovski

A brief glance across various lists of professional sports team owners shows an unsurprising pattern: the vast majority are wealthy, older white men. This applies to women’s sports teams, too, such as those in the Women’s National Basketball Association and NWSL, where almost every team is owned by an individual from this demographic, while emerging women’s teams like Manchester United and Real Madrid are entirely dependent on a “big brother” model of top-down investment from a men’s club.

Some clubs and leagues have bucked the trend, leaning more towards majority fan-owned models, while others such as the WNBA’s Seattle Storm have more diverse ownership groups.

However, Angel City FC is unique. Its owners are a diverse group of younger, savvier investors whose wealth has been generated in technology, sport, Hollywood and new media. Unlike traditional owners, these investors aren’t just bringing money to the team — they’re also bringing star power, reputation, connections, brands, and an entirely new audience to it, too. Furthermore, the growing number of owners/investors also acts as its own fail-safe mechanism whereby the financial collapse of one investor won’t necessarily lead to the collapse of the entire franchise.

For Julie Foudy — former US women’s national team captain and part of the club’s new ownership group — this unique structure could point the way forward not just for the NWSL, but for professional women’s sport, especially as it recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.

“Everyone’s worried about what’s going to happen to women’s sports,” Foudy told ESPN.

“You look at the ownership group that our group is… it’s just a really cool group of actresses and women and creative types and creative minds that I just hope will think outside the box in terms of women’s professional sports — not just soccer — and how to build out a franchise in this country. They’re really interested in creating a road map for other women and other franchises.

Jota scores hat-trick in Liverpool UCL win
• USMNT announce 24 man squad
• Maradona to have brain surgery
• Koeman: I get on with with Messi

Read more

‘Hard work never goes out of fashion,’ Mohammad Kaif names ‘the ultimate role model for every youngster’

Ajinkya Rahane has been getting a lot of plaudits for his innings against Royal Challengers Bangalore. Rahane wasn’t able to get going in the five matches he played earlier in the tournament and his selection in the playing XI against RCB raised some eyebrows. But Rahane repaid Delhi Capitals’ faith in him with an assured knock of 60 to take his team to the playoffs.

DC were in a spot of bother as Prithvi Shaw had just lost his wicket cheaply. But Rahane along with Shikhar Dhawan helped DC register a comprehensive six-wicket win over RCB.

READ | England rest Archer, Stokes and Sam Curran for ODIs on tour of South Africa

After the win, DC’s assistant coach Mohammad Kaif heaped praise on Rahane, calling him the ultimate role model for every youngster.

Chasing 153 against RCB, Dhawan and Rahane started with the bat for Delhi as both batsmen played knocks of 54 and 60 respectively. Delhi won the match by six wickets with six balls to spare.

With this win, Delhi Capitals qualified for the playoffs and the side will now get two chances to qualify for the finals after finishing second on the points table.

“If you fail to prepare you are preparing to fail. @ajinkyarahane88 lives by this dictum and is the ultimate role model for every youngster with his single-minded approach. His role in winning the most crucial game for @DelhiCapitals proves why hard work never goes out of fashion,” Kaif tweeted.

 

If you fail to prepare you are preparing to fail. @ajinkyarahane88 lives by this dictum and is the ultimate role model for every youngster with his single-minded approach. His role in winning the most crucial game for @DelhiCapitals proves why hard work never goes out of fashion pic.twitter.com/xxwkmFvdGM

— Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) November 3, 2020

Rahane has so far played six matches in the ongoing edition of the IPL, managing to score 111 runs at an average of 18.50.

With this win, Delhi will now play against Mumbai Indians in the first qualifier and the winner of that match will qualify directly for the finals.

Earlier, Devdutt Padikkal and AB de Villiers played knocks of 50 and 35 respectively as Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) posted a total of 152/7 in the allotted twenty overs.

For Delhi Capitals, Anrich Nortje scalped three wickets while Kagiso Rabada took two wickets.

(with ANI inputs)

Sign on to read the HT ePaper epaper.hindustantimes.com

Continue Reading

Source Article

Read more