World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe illustrated his star quality both on and off the pitch on Saturday as PSG kept up their stroll towards the Ligue 1 title with a 4-1 win over Amiens. A day after his 21st birthday, Mbappe scored either side of Neymar's effort before Mauro Icardi added a late fourth at the Parc de Princes.
"Obviously we would have liked a few more wickets on our tally," said Boult. "I think the overheads [cloudy conditions] and the way the pitch played in the first hour or two, it's annoying not to have them a couple more down.
This is even more hard to fathom for modern players and fans given that there were no substitutes in those days.
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Giannakopoulos made the move after Olympiakos - who play in red - failed to show up for a February contest in Athens.
World Cup-winning cricketer Ben Stokes was 2019 BBC Sports Personality of the Year, after Tour de France winning cyclist Geraint Thomas in 2018, and also won the Sports Journalists' Association Awards.
Senior CAF officials say off the record that a return to January-February dates is likely, and with it the possibility that an increasing number of players will put clubs first.
Lewis Hamilton had to put his ambitions to be a Hollywood movie star on hold because he was too busy winning Formula One world titles.
"He's a box-to-box midfielder. He can drop deep, get it, play long passes. He can get it higher up and combine like he did today."
The scores have come down since.
Saints linebacker Alex Anzalone put a screenshot of Francis' tweet on his own Twitter feed.