Members of the Habtoor Polo team pose for a picture after the presentation ceremony.
The IFZA Silver Cup 2021, the first tournament of the Dubai Polo Gold Cup Series, ended on a high note for Habtoor, who emerged champions following a thrilling win over team UAE Polo in the final at the Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club on Friday.
Making an impressive comeback, Habtoor overcame their rivals with Facundo Sola scoring in the dying minutes of the match, which took place at the Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club.
Sheikha Maitha Bint Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum-led UAE Polo defeated Battistoni 8-4.5 in the final of Polo Masters Cup as the second tournament of the Dubai Polo Gold Cup Series ended on high note at the Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club grounds.
Eighteen Pakistan players and 15 support staff are due to travel to India. Earlier, the PCB had expressed its disappointment with the ICC over the delays.
UAE Equestrian and Racing Federation announced that its four-strong dressage team has passed the vet check and will go on to compete on Tuesday, in the team competition and individual qualification.
Lock Thibaud Flament studied at Loughborough University in England, full-back Melvyn Jaminet had never played a Top 14 game and winger Gabin Villiere was a second-team scrum-half in the French fifth-tier before bursting onto the international scene.
Batting first India reached 116-7 in their 20 overs with Smriti Mandhana (46) and Jemimah Rodrigues (42) putting on 73 for the second wicket. Sri Lanka's chase started badly when they were reduced to 14-3 in the fifth over by a devastating spell from right-arm seamer Titas Sadhu.