Ryan ten Doeschate talks to the media after Essex's win David Rogers / © Getty Images
Ryan ten Doeschate talks to the media after Essex's win David Rogers / © Getty Images

Ryan Ten Doeschate Will Retire From Professional Cricket At The End Of 2021

Ryan Ten Doeschate, Netherlands and Essex all-rounder will retire from professional cricket at the end of 2021, the County confirmed. Netherlands has picked the 41-year-old for the upcoming T20 World Cup in UAE and Oman.

Ryan Ten Doeschate made his international debut in 2006, but began his unbreakable association with Essex way back in 2003, after impressing Graham Gooch during a pre-season fixture in South Africa. In the 19 seasons at the club, Ryan Ten Doeschate has made 554 appearances across formats, amassing 17,046 runs and picking 348 wickets.

Ryan Ten Doeschate © Cricbuzz
Ryan Ten Doeschate © Cricbuzz.

Ryan Ten Doeschate To Retire From Professional Cricket At 2021 End

Ryan Ten Doeschate averages a high 67 in 33 ODIs where he amassed 1541 runs including 5 tons apart from playing 22 T20Is where he averages 44.41 scoring 533 runs. He has the highest batting average in ODIs ever among all players. He debuted in 2006 in ODIs and 2008 in T20Is. His last ODI came in 2011 and his last T20I in 2019.

“From the bottom of my heart, I’d like to thank everyone who has been involved with Essex during my time at the Club. It’s been the greatest professional experience to grow in this environment, to watch the organisation and the individuals within it evolve and become something that I am extremely proud to have been a part of,” Ten Doeschate said in his statement following the decision.

Ryan Ten Doeschate Photo: Reuters
Ryan Ten Doeschate Photo: Reuters

Ryan Ten Doeschate won the limited-overs tournament (Totesport League) in two back-to-back years in 2005 and 2006 – a year in which he smashed 259 for the Netherlands against Canada, his highest first-class score. In 2008, Ryan Ten Doeschate was named the ICC Associate Player of the Year for the first time, before bagging the award again in 2010 and 2011.

Ryan Ten Doeschate Won Two Titles With Kolkata Knight Riders In 2012 And 2014

He also tasted success in the IPL, winning two titles with the Kolkata Knight Riders in 2012 and 2014. Ryan Ten Doeschate’s bond with Essex only got stronger as he was named club captain in 2016 when they forced their way back to the top-tier of the domestic competition by winning the second division title.

They followed that up by ending a 25-year wait to win the County Championship title – while going unbeaten through the season. Under the veteran, Essex pulled off this achievement once again two years later in a remarkable campaign. Though he gave up the captaincy in 2019, Ryan Ten Doeschate continued to play a pivotal role in taking Essex forward and was key to them winning the inaugural Bob Willis Trophy in 2020.

“Coming from Cape Town to be given a chance to pursue my dream seems a million moons ago. We’ve shared some remarkable times but for me, the biggest achievement has been making a home away from home. I have a collection of memories from Chelmsford to keep me happy long into retirement,” Ten Doeschate said.

Ryan Ten Doeschate, Kolkata Knight Riders
Ryan Ten Doeschate, Kolkata Knight Riders (Image Credit: Twitter)

Ryan Ten Doeschate played 29 IPL games averaging 23.28 amassing 326 runs and picked up 2 scalps. His best season was his debut season in 2011 where he managed 107 runs in 6 games averaging 53.5. His only 50 came in that season. He played for Kolkata Knight Riders from 2011-2015.

USA players with the World Cup (Credits: Twitter)

US Women’s National Team Wins The Women’s World Cup 2019

US defeated Netherlands 2-0 to win their second consecutive Women’s World Cup.

US Women’s national team became world champions for the fourth time and second time consecutively, as they see off Netherlands 2-0 in Lyon, France. USWNT manager, Jill Ellis becomes the first manager ever to win the World Cup twice.

Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle scored from the US side, with both goals coming in the second half. The first half saw US fiercely attacking but the Netherlands defence just being able to keep the ball from the goal. Netherlands goalkeeper Sari van Veenendaal pulled out some amazing saves and looked to be an unbreakable wall in the final.

Just before halftime, American right back Kalley O’Hara and Dutch attacker Lieke Martens collided in the air, bumping heads. Martens was able to continue, but O’Hara had to leave the match, and was replaced by Ali Krieger at halftime.

The second half saw US earning a penalty from a foul on Alex Morgan in the box. The penalty was given by a VAR review, which was converted by Megan Rapinioe to give the US a deserved lead.

The goal was Megan’s 50th goal for the US National team.Only 8 minutes later US’ lead was extended with a splendid solo goal from Rose Lavelle. She carried the ball from near midfield and after dribbling past a few Dutch players took a magnificent shot with her left foot to make the score 2-0.

Megan Rapinoe who played her 4th World Cup seemed joyous and said  “It’s surreal, “I don’t know how to feel. It’s ridiculous.”

Rapinoe was awarded the golden boot with 6 goals and 3 assists and was also given the golden ball; naming her the best player of the tournament.

“They put their heart and soul into this journey, and I can’t thank them enough,” said United States Coach Jill Ellis

Credits: Twitter

Portugal win the inaugural UEFA Nations League at home

Goncalo Guedes’s strike sealed the match as Portugal beat Netherlands 1-0 in the UEFA Nations League final.

Portugal sealed their second international trophy in three years by lifting the UEFA Euro in 2017 and now the UEFA Nations League 2019.  The celebrations began at the Estádio do Dragão with the success for the home team, as captain Cristiano Ronaldo lifted the trophy.

Valencia winger Goncalo Guedes had the title sealed with a decisive strike in the 60th minute breaking the deadlock and  winning it for Portugal. The Portugal defence remained strong and unbreakable throughout the game as the Dutch could only take 4 shots out of which 2 were on target but couldn’t go pass the Wolves Goalkeeper Rui Patricio.

Netherlands had the major possession in the game but could not go past the Portugal defence while Portugal were quick to break on counters. Portugal had 18 shot attempts out of which 9 were on target. The Dutch had their defence strong with Van Dijk and De ligt solving all the problems at back with ease, until De Ligt went ahead to tackle and miscued. Bernardo Silva bursted into the Dutch box and passed the ball to Guedes who was lightning quick to put the ball past Cillesen in the 60th minute.

The goal fumed the Dutch and they started attacking more with Depay coming deep to build the play. They introduced attacking substitutes Quincy Promes, Van De beek and Luuk De Jong and played long balls in the end quarter of the game causing much trouble in the Portuguese box.

Ruben Dias, the Portugal centre back was awarded Man of the Match for his solid performance at the back, keeping a much important clean sheet for the team.

Frenkie De Jong, the 21 year old Dutch midfielder won the Young Player of the Tournament award. Bernardo Silva won the Player of the Tournament. The Mancity star created the most chances in the whole tournament with 16.

Portugal win the inaugural UEFA Nations League at home 1
Credits: Twitter

Silva had the most take-ons with 15, the most tackles with 11, and the most assists with two. Silva had an extremely good season as he won the domestic treble with Manchester City, was awarded the Man City Player of the year, was in the Premier League Team of the season, and now winning the UEFA Nations League and being named the Player of the Tournament.

Credits: Twitter

Netherlands beat England in extra time to reach Nations League finals

Netherlands came back from a one goal deficit to win 3-1, with goals from De Ligt, a Kyle walker own goal and Quincy Promes.

Gareth Southgate came into questioning as he did not field his best 11 on the pitch. With Harry Kane, Delle Alli and Jordan Henderson on the bench the team lacked the experience.

The young newly set up Dutch team proved out to be too much for the English. Netherlands dominated the game with possession and more attacking football. England struggled to keep the ball in midfield and were failing to put in the key passes for the forwards to attack.

Sterling who captained the side was seen defending at most of the times in the game, such was the Dutch pressure. In the 32nd minute De Ligt failed to control a pass, and the quick United forward Rashford got the ball who was then tripped by De ligt and the England forward slipped past him, giving away a penalty. The penalty was calmly converted by Rashford sending Jasper Cillessen the wrong way and giving England the lead.

Netherlands beat England in extra time to reach Nations League finals 2
Credits: Twitter

The Dutch came back stronger after conceding and were creating more chances but lacked finishing. In the second half De Ligt capitalised for his error by scoring a thumping header from a corner in the 73rd minute.

England thought they had taken the lead in the 83rd minute when Lingard scored from a sumptuous pass by Ross Barkley. VAR checked the goal and Lingard was called offside by a fraction of  margin, thus cancelling the goal. The match was taken to extra time as it ended 1-1 at the 90 minute mark.

Seven minutes into the extra time Stones was dispossessed by Depay, whose shot was blocked by Pickford and deflected towards Promes, who couldn’t make the perfect contact but the shot deflected from Walker and went inside the goal, giving Netherlands a one goal lead.

Another error in the 114th minute by Ross Barkley caused a Netherlands goal. Barkley took a heavy touch from a pass in the box and gave Depay the ball, who swiftly passed it to Quincy Promes infront of an open goal, who scored with his first touch.

“We made too many mistakes in our third of the pitch, partly because of that pressure and partly because of errors by us,” England manager Gareth Southgate said.

“It’s very painful for everybody, it’s a night where we have learned so much. It was tough to take in the end because you get to another semi-final, it should be a positive but everybody leaves even more deflated.”

Netherlands deservedly won 3-1 against England to qualify for the finals of the first edition of the UEFA Nations League. They will play against Portugal on 10 June in the final at the Estádio do Dragão stadium.

“It was a war of attrition,” Netherlands coach Ronald Koeman said. “We have beaten Germany, France and now the number four team in the world — this reflects our development. We haven’t played semifinals and finals so this is new to us but we’re taking it in our stride.”



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