21st Match,
Intercontinental Cup, 2015-17, Dublin

Ireland vs Netherlands

15 August 2017 15:30 (IST)

1st Test,
West Indies tour of England, 2017, Birmingham

England vs Windies

17 August 2017 18:30 (IST)

2-day practice match,
Australia tour of Bangladesh, 2017, Fatullah

Bangladesh vs Australia

22 August 2017 09:30 (IST)

2nd Semi-Final (A2 v B1), Edgbaston, Birmingham, 15 June 2017

Bangladesh vs India

India 2nd Inn:265/1 (40.1)

Virat Kohli* 96 (78);Rohit Sharma 123 (129);
Sabbir Rahman* 1.1-0-11-0; Shakib Al Hasan 9-0-54-0;

Last bat: Shikhar Dhawan

Result: India won by 9 wkts.

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India Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Rohit Sharma not out 123 129 15 1 95.35
Shikhar Dhawan c Mosaddek Hossain & b Mortaza 46 34 7 1 135.29
Virat Kohli(c) not out 96 78 13 0 123.08
Yuvraj Singh dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
MS Dhoni(wk) dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Hardik Pandya dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Kedar Jadhav dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Ravindra Jadeja dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Ravichandran Ashwin dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Bhuvneshwar Kumar dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Jasprit Bumrah dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 0, w - 0, nb - 0)0
Total(265 for 1 in 40.1 overs)265 (6.6 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/87 (Shikhar Dhawan, 14.4 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Mashrafe Mortaza (c) 8 0 29 1 3.63  
Mustafizur Rahman 6 0 53 0 8.83  
Taskin Ahmed 7 0 49 0 7  
Rubel Hossain 6 0 46 0 7.67  
Shakib Al Hasan 9 0 54 0 6  
Mosaddek Hossain Saikat 2 0 13 0 6.5  
Mahmudullah 1 0 10 0 10  
Sabbir Rahman 1.1 0 11 0 9.4  
               

Bangladesh Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Tamim Iqbal b Kedar Jadhav 70 82 7 1 85.37
Soumya Sarkar b Bhuvneshwar 0 2 0 0 0
Sabbir Rahman c Ravindra Jadeja & b Bhuvneshwar 19 21 4 0 90.48
Mushfiqur Rahim(wk) c Kohli & b Kedar Jadhav 61 85 4 0 71.76
Shakib Al Hasan c Dhoni & b Ravindra Jadeja 15 23 1 0 65.22
Mahmudullah b Bumrah 21 25 2 0 84
Mosaddek Hossain Saikat c & b Bumrah 15 25 3 0 60
Mashrafe Mortaza(c) not out 30 25 5 0 120
Taskin Ahmed not out 10 14 1 0 71.43
Rubel Hossain dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mustafizur Rahman dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 9, w - 7, nb - 2)23
Total(264 for 7 in 50 overs)264 (5.28 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/1 (Soumya Sarkar, 0.6 ov.) 2/31 (Sabbir Rahman, 6.5 ov.) 3/154 (Tamim Iqbal, 27.6 ov.)
4/177 (Shakib Al Hasan, 34.2 ov.) 5/179 (Mushfiqur Rahim, 35.2 ov.) 6/218 (Mosaddek Hossain, 42.3 ov.)
7/229 (Mahmudullah, 44.6 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 10 1 53 2 5.3 (1w)
Jasprit Bumrah 10 1 39 2 3.9  
Ravichandran Ashwin 10 0 54 0 5.4 (3w)
Hardik Pandya 4 0 34 0 8.5 (2w)
Ravindra Jadeja 10 0 48 1 4.8  
Kedar Jadhav 6 0 22 2 3.67 (1w)
               
All|Overs 1-50
4

to Dhawan, FOUR, classy shot! Hint of width provided and with the form Dhawan is in, he's right on top of it, transfers his weight onto the back foot and punches it through the crowded off-side field - in front of square and the ball raced away

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, consecutive boundaries and the Indian supporters are on their feet. Short and wide, Dhawan cracked it uppishly, but he was in control, placed it right between backward point and cover-point. No need to run for those

4

to Rohit, FOUR, not much of feet movement, but the hands get across to cream the square drive. Overpitched outside off, Rohit is half-forward as he drills it onto the ground, bounces over the short cover-point fielder and hurries across the turf

4

to Rohit, FOUR, that is the difference between and Mortaza. The latter is experienced enough to keep nagging on the same line and length, but the former isn't. Half volley outside off, Rohit is on bent knee as he drills the drive square of the wicket. Right off the screws and off she went

4

to Rohit, FOUR, glorious! Shot of the day, to me at least. Nothing much wrong with the delivery, angled in from round the wicket, on off and middle, Rohit presents the full face of the bat and drives it past mid-on. You don't get a better shot in cricket than an on-drive. The timing and placement was top notch. The balance and Rohit's head position very in sync

4

to Rohit, FOUR, wow! Not for nothing that he's called the most talented batsman in the Indian team. The off-cutter from on a shortish length, Rohit had no pace to work with, but those wrists are made of steel as he whips it wide of mid-on. All wrists there and the timing takes care of the rest. No chance for the fielder in the deep as well

4

Ahmed to Dhawan, FOUR, geez! That pull shot is top drawer from Shikhar Dhawan. Banged in short as decides to test the bounce on the wicket, gets good lift but Dhawan was into position quickly, pivots on his front leg and nails the pull shot behind square leg. The ball traveled at the speed of knots

4

to Rohit, FOUR, India are managing to get a boundary each over. This is not short by any means, but Rohit is so good on the pull shot that he picks the length very early, pulls off the front foot over mid-on, couple of bounces and into the fence

4

Ahmed to Dhawan, FOUR, shot! Just a short-arm jab and the ball is near the ad cushions. Back of a length and just outside off, Dhawan brings the bat down and connects at the right time, the ball hits the practice wickets and bounces over backward point

4

Ahmed to Dhawan, FOUR, there is a fielder at short backward square for the pull shot, but Dhawan hammers it well wide of him. Another short ball from that does not cause any problem to Dhawan, he swivels and pulls it over backward square

6

Ahmed to Dhawan, SIX, all the way! is not learning and this is where Mortaza has to step in. Dhawan has connected with three of the four pull shots against and he still keeps bowling it there. This time though the southpaw sends him into the crowd. He was on one leg ala Caribbean style to pull that

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, tickled away fine and can only blame himself as he stands there in disbelief. A poor short of a length ball down the leg-side, fine leg is very wide, Dhawan allows the 135kph nut to come and glances it to the boundary

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, he's way too tired to get those bumpers to the batsman's head. This one sits up nicely, Dhawan swivel-pulls through backward square leg, rolls his wrists to keep the ball along the ground

W

to Dhawan, out Caught by Mosaddek Hossain!! There you go, that's some sort of inspiration if Bangladesh were looking for some. didn't mind bowling seven successive overs previously, continued and now he's broken the 87-run opening stand. This is a bad shot one must say. Bad because is bowling the off-cutting slower delivery and Dhawan is playing right across the line after jumping out, targetting the wide mid-on region. The ball flew off the leading edge (outside half of the bat) and the man at backward point moved to his left to complete an easy chance. Dhawan c Mosaddek Hossain b 46(34) [4s-7 6s-1]

4

to Rohit, FOUR, oh that's square-driven and that's the captain himself unable to bend down in time at point to stop this ball. He's a tired man. goes very full, Rohit times the ball sweetly and it escapes for four

4

to Rohit, FOUR, where is sweeper cover? This is once again way too full from and Rohit is a quality player. Saw that the deep point region was open and drove the ball off the front foot to the right of point

OT

to Rohit, 1 run, third fifty of the tournament for Ro. Just a drive down the ground to long-on. He was injured and didn't have a great T20 League, but come the big stage, he's delivered quality goods. The raise of the bat gets him a lot of applause

4

to Rohit, FOUR, if it's short, it has to be at the batsman's head. Rohit easily rocks back and pulls through square leg, splitting the fielders in the deep

4

to Rohit, FOUR, edgeddd and there's no one at slip. Frustration for the bowler, while the Indian fans celebrate in joy. Short of a length delivery outside off stump, Rohit tries to cut, gets a thick edge as the ball jumps extra off the surface. Third man had no chance

4

to Kohli, FOUR, he wanted Kohli to fall in the trap by bowling a slower ball and having a fielder at short cover for the uppish drive, but this is a little closer to the batsman than it should be for a cover-drive and Kohli essays a solid straight drive between the umpire and the non-striker

4

to Kohli, FOUR, and those wrists for you from Kohli. So easy for him! will argue that he didn't bowl a bad ball, but such is Kohli class that he can flick them at will from outside off stump to mid-wicket

4

to Kohli, FOUR, that's a gift from the bowler. A ball to better the strike-rate and Kohli doesn't miss out. Overpitched outside off stump, Kohli leans forward, no real bat swing on it, just gentle on the drive, but the timing isn't gentle. Sweetly timed for successive fours

4

to Kohli, FOUR, wowww! Just wowww! People said he has a problem chasing wide ones outside off stump, but did they tell you he has a problem with the cover drive? You can't bowl full and outside off stump to this lad when it's not swinging. He's creamed this off the front foot and the man sweeping the off-side fence can only watch the ball rocket past him

4

to Rohit, FOUR, that's class from Ro! Not a bad ball actually. Just a hint of width on offer on this short of length delivery, but the key to Rohit's success this ball was bending his knees to make extra room and he guides this past backward point

4

to Rohit, FOUR, now that's a rank bad nut from . Short and way outside off stump, no real conviction from the bowler, Rohit cuts hard, this time to the right of backward point to make that a 17-run over for India

4

Hossain to Kohli, FOUR, he's been driving so well today. Anything up there and he goes for the shot. Tosses up this time does Hossain and sees himself get driven past extra cover

4

Ahmed to Kohli, FOUR, 42nd fifty for Kohli. So used to seeing these now. Short ball and Kohli does the sane thing, rolls his wrists on the pull and hits well in front of square, past the man in the ring at mid-wicket. Beats the fielder coming across in the deep as well

OT

to Kohli, 1 run, to long off, the partnership between Kohli and Rohit is now 100 runs. tossed up outside off and was driven down to long-off

4

to Rohit, FOUR, and what does is throws a rank long hop. Rohit goes back, contemplates life and all... before pulling to the deep square leg fence

4

to Kohli, FOUR, amazing wrists from Kohli. Drives against the turn but as long as he is on top of the ball, how does it matter. Was a floater outside off and he cracked the drive through cover

4

to Kohli, FOUR, was a slower ball around off and would have thought he deceived Kohli there. Might have done as well but Kohli punches and mid-off is so wide that is redundant there, races to the long-off fence

6

to Rohit, SIX, 11th ODI ton for Rohit . Second against Bangladesh, first in Champions Trophy. Was a short ball. And mind you he is a compulsive puller so went for the shot. The man at fine leg ran to his right, dived as well. For a moment Rohit would have had his heart in mouth but much to his delight the fielder could not get there. What's worse for Bangladesh is that it hit the rope on the full so given as six. The umpires had to go upstairs to find out that. Hugs Kohli after reaching the milestone, no exaggerated celebration as such

4

to Kohli, FOUR, Mustafizur seem to have got there. Was running to his left at long-off but Kohli had imparted enough power behind this drive. Was a tossed up delivery and Kohli cracked it past extra cover

4

Ahmed to Rohit, FOUR, no Ahmed manages to pull out another half-volley gift from his bag. Just outside off and Rohit shows full blade and beats mid-off to his right

4

Ahmed to Kohli, FOUR, if he continues like this, he sure will. Gets a bag full of room outside off and slashes hard, only just clears the deep backward point fence

4

Ahmed to Rohit, FOUR, things that you should not do: first, whatever you don't want to. Second, bowl short to Rohit. Ahmed does not think so and gets punished. Easily pulled to the deep backward square leg fence

4

to Kohli, FOUR, tickles it fine, really fine. The ball races past the man at 45 degrees and Kohli is into the 80s

4

to Rohit, FOUR, smacks the inside out shot and over the man at cover. That was flat and outside off and the batsman shedding all his inhibitions just went aerial. No chance for the man at long-off. Only 16 needed now!!

4

Rahman to Kohli, FOUR, that wa hort, poor and Kohli pivot back to mack the leather away pat the man at deep mid-wicket. One bounce into the fence

OT

Rahman to Kohli, 1 run, flattih delivery and the batman punche the ball down to long-off to cale 8000 ODI run! King Kohli ha another feather to hi crown. The fatet to do o a well

4

Rahman to Kohli, FOUR, Drive and drive well! That i it!! India win. India comprehenively rout Bangladeh by 9 wicket with 59 ball to pare. That wa a well toed up delivery and Kohli hovelled the drive out into the cover to follow it up with a fit pump in the air. Tamim and Kohli walk back with ome chatting

W

to Soumya Sarkar, out Bowled!! bowls out Soumya Sarkar. The Indians in the crowd go wild. Poor stroke from Soumya Sarkar. Second ball he throws his bat at a full delivery outside off, with his feet planted. As is the case most often, the inside edge takes out the leg stump. That's the start India wanted, not what Bangladesh had in mind. Sarkar's scores this CT: 28, 3, 3 and today 0 - thanks to my scorer Venky who is sharp as ever. Many thanks to him. On replays I see pumped after taking the wicket. Soumya Sarkar b 0(2)

4

to Tamim, leg byes, FOUR, down leg, a faint tickle from Tamim, Bhuvi from fine leg puts in a lazy bending down dive, allows the ball to go under his left-hand. He has just bowled an over, so can understand him not being at full pelt. Still that should've been stopped

4

to S Rahman, FOUR, good start for Rahman. The fullish delivery outside off, allowed him to lean on the front foot and essay the square drive. With an open face and well wide of point. Raced away. Is off the mark in fine fashion

4

to S Rahman, FOUR, looks like Rahman has come out with an aggressive intent. Given the license to play his free-flowing game. Down the track and lofts it over mid-off. Sort of sliced it but got good enough bat on it

4

to S Rahman, FOUR, fine cover drive. There are only three fielders on the off-side - point, cover and mid-off. So anything in the gap will go for runs. searches for swing by bowling full outside off, Rahman gets forward and drives wide of cover and the fast outfield takes it to the ropes

4

to S Rahman, FOUR, the Bangladeshis are up and cheering. Rahman takes a risk and it pays off. Comes down the track and lifts it over Kohli at mid-off. He is standing well in front of the 30-yard circle. Charging at the batsman and that allows Rahman's not well-timed stroke to clear his head and run away. This is good counter-attackin batting

4

to Tamim, FOUR, leading edge and four. Bounces in front of the diving second slip and goes away. Down leg, Tamim closes the face of the bat too early and the flick takes the edge. Can't call that as a chance as it bounced in front and then beats the third man to his right. Streaky but Tamim will take it

W

to S Rahman, out Caught by Jadeja!! Wow! Look at Kohli. He is mouthing one expletive after another in celebration. Punching his right fist in the air as he runs towards his mates. Even is a charged up man. They have relied on patience and Rahman's runs dry. A slower cutter outside off, sat up to be cut, but Rahman went too hard on the cut, one hand came off the bat handle and he could only lob a dolly to backward point where Jadeja reverse-cups with ease. 's unsettling tactic where he mixed the short balls, with other assorted stuff has paid rich dividends. A well-set up and planned dismissal that one. Replays show that it was a knuckle slower delivery. S Rahman c Jadeja b 19(21) [4s-4]

4

to Rahim, FOUR, streaky and almost hits the leg-stump. Charges and swings, the thick inside edge misses the leg pole and runs away with fine leg too square. Hands on head moment for the Indians. Looked ugly as well

4

to Rahim, FOUR, when you can play strokes like these, why slog? This is a beautiful cover drive. Half a stride forward and a gentle caress - that's all and it raced wide of mid-off. Too full from and Rahim latched on

4

to Rahim, FOUR, make that three in a row. Short and wide outside off, too much width for Rahim, who stood tall and cuts it wide of point. That was superbly timed and placed right in the gap. Suddenly the Bangladeshis are buzzing in the crowd

4

Pandya to Tamim, FOUR, backs away to a low full toss and hammers it wide of mid-off. Got hold of that and put the free-hit away. Good positive blow

4

to Tamim, FOUR, cheekily played. Quicker and outside off, Tamim uses all the pace that has to offer, dabs it late and even the quick Jadeja chasing can't haul it back in. Too much pace on the ball

6

Pandya to Tamim, SIX, breaks the shackles. Comes down and gets outside leg, a slowish cutter and it's been flicked away with disdain over deep mid-wicket. There is just a deep square and Tamim has put it in the gap. A mini six and one can see that Tamim had a stare at Pandya after hitting the biggie

4

to Tamim, FOUR, Tamim gets to fifty! Again gets lucky. This is a pre-meditated reverse sweep, it takes the splice and lobs Bumrah at backward point. Too far over his head. A patient disciplined innings. But knows he needs to kick on. No big celebration

4

to Rahim, FOUR, good reverse sweep. Takes it from around leg and hits it over Dhawan at backward point. Good connection and it has the legs to cross the ropes. Positive batting to the first ball of the over

4

to Tamim, FOUR, good square drive. Slow and wide of off, the fielder at sweeper cover is too wide to cut that off. A flashing blade and the ball trickles away into the ropes. The field was changed before this ball and Kohli didn't want that from Ash

4

to Tamim, FOUR, beautiful shot. In to out. He is playing with Ash's thinking here. Bowled slower and it hung in the air, Tamim used his feet and got the room by moving outside leg a bit, lifted it over extra cover. Successive fours and there is a swagger in Tamim now

4

to Tamim, FOUR, make that three. Poor bowling. With fine leg up, he drifts down leg. Deft glance and it raced away. The Bangladeshis in the crowd are going wild

OT

to Rahim, 2 runs, the 100-run stand has come up. Rahim had decided to play the paddle come what may. Lifts it over MS's head. Yuvi from fine leg mops up

OT

to Rahim, 1 run, a thick inside edge on the drive. Rahim wanted to get it wide of cover, but it went away to deep backward square. 50 for Rahim as well. He has been the perfect foil for Tamim

W

Jadhav to Tamim, out Bowled!! The round-armish darts of Jadhav work and boy Kohli is pumped again. The pressure got to Tamim and he has got himself out. No need to play that shot. They were doing really well. Had Ashwin out of the attack and even Jadeja wasn't his miserly stuff. But the change in bowling has worked as a blessing in disguise for India. was brought on as a change and he dismisses Tamim. Flat and skids under the attempted slog of Tamim. He tried to play the same shot two balls back, but that was outside off, this on the stumps and he goes. A route back for India? They will certainly feel so. Tamim b Jadhav 70(82) [4s-7 6s-1]

4

to Shakib, FOUR, poor from the fielder at point. Not sure who it is. Will get back on that. In fact it is Rahane - subbing for someone. Cut straight to him and he allows the ball to slip away. Should've been stopped. Four bonus runs. A pressure-releasing four. First one after 10 overs

W

to Shakib, out Caught by Dhoni!! India are fighting back. has Shakib. Quicker and the length wasn't there for the cut, an audible and clear edge and neatly taken by Mahendra Singh Dhoni. He throws the ball up in the air to celebrate, while has both arms aloft in triumph. The spinners bowling in tandem have piled on the pressure and made it count. Shakib was never allowed to settle and that's a big big wicket. Replay is in and it shows that the ball took the toe end of Shakib. Which makes the catch even more special. Soft mitts and it nestled in there. Shakib c Dhoni b 15(23) [4s-1]

W

Jadhav to Rahim, out Caught by Kohli!! Jadhav is all smiles. As is Kohli. And the Indian captain sticks his tongue out and has a long look at the departing batsman. Kohli for sure looked a bit scary there with that tongue out move. Far more intimidating than Rossco's trademark celebration. Anyway, full marks to Jadhav for deceiving Rahim in the air, the batsman stepped out and the full toss was dipping, still went through with the slog. Off the toe end and it looped to short mid-wicket. Actually Kohli had anticipated by making an initial move to his left. That mini hop helped him immensely. Rahim is crestfallen. Closes his eyes and walks off head bowed. Another huge wicket for India. Rahim c Kohli b Jadhav 61(85) [4s-4]

4

Jadhav to Mosaddek Hossain, FOUR, too short outside off, put away. Mosaddek Hossain backs away and cuts in the gap at backward point. Raced away. Is off the mark. Bad ball to end the over

4

to Mosaddek Hossain, FOUR, the point fielder is in and Mosaddek Hossain cuts it wide of him. The width was there and he cut it away. Once it passed the man, there was no-one on the fence to cut that off

4

Pandya to Mahmudullah, FOUR, dropped by Ashwin at third man. "Even Tahir fields better than him." "Far better." "Why at third man." Three aghast responses from some of my colleagues. I won't name them. Slashed hard in the air as the width was there outside off, Ashwin got there, bit lazily it must be said. Two hands to the ball and out it goes. What's worse it trickles away to the ropes. That must hurt more. Kohli shakes his head while Pandya shows disappointment. Once he got there, should've been taken. A nervy moment for Mahmudullah

4

to Mosaddek Hossain, FOUR, that's a top drive. Full on the stumps, Mossadek backs away and drills the drive, hit it really hard and the ball goes wide of mid-off. Split cover and mid-off to perfection there. Stand and deliver stuff

4

to Mahmudullah, FOUR, reverse swept away. Takes it from the stumps and plays the shot so well. Short third man was inside the ring and Mahmdullah took the calculated risk. Middled it really well too. A boundary to start the over

W

to Mosaddek Hossain, out Caught&Bowled!! gets him. Kohli almost got in the way of that catch. A splice-jarring back of a length delivery into Mossadek, following the batsman who was charging the bowler, a tame attempt at a pull, off the splice and the easiest of return catches back to . Kohli and share a smile. Perhaps happy that the wicket was completed without any hassles.Mosaddek Hossain c and b 15(25) [4s-3]

4

to Mortaza, FOUR, mows it away over mid-wicket. Picks the length ball and stands in the crease, got good meat on that and picked the vacant spot. He will play his shots, does Mortaza

W

to Mahmudullah, out Bowled!! Cleaned up. Fast yorker, at the base of off, beating the advancing Mahmudullah. Too good from . He is a specialist in these yorkers at the death and the Bangladeshi innings's nosedive continues. Mahmudullah made room as well to put bat to ball. Couldn't. Mahmudullah b 21(25) [4s-2]

4

to Mortaza, FOUR, luck for Mortaza. A short ball, Mortaza pulls and the top edge lobs Mahendra Singh Dhoni. All these runs count

4

to Mortaza, FOUR, more luck for Mortaza. smiles. This was a beautiful yorker, at the base of middle, dug out and the ball beats Mahendra Singh Dhoni to his left. He didn't dive and fine leg was too square

4

to Taskin Ahmed, FOUR, toe end and four to MS's left. Spoils what was a good over. Low full toss, missed the yorker, Taskin Ahmed drove and got lucky. Needed that boundary. Is seen talking to Mortaza after that four

4

to Mortaza, FOUR, I can remember three top edges from Mortaza going to the fence. On a back of a length and on the stumps, Mortaza pulls and the top edge proves to be lucky for him. He is swinging wildly at anything after backing room

4

to Mortaza, FOUR, again isn't a happy man. Why? Because it is Yuvi at mid-off who is a bit slow on the dive to his left. The ball escapes under the body. wanted that to be stopped. Has a chat with Kohli. Flat-batted with a lot of muscle, bounced in front of Yuvi and went away. Crucial runs these

India tour of West Indies 2017
Date Match RESULT
Jun 23 1st ODI
No Result
Jun 25 2nd ODI
India won by 105 runs
Jun 30 3rd ODI ---
Jul 2 4th ODI ---
Jul 6 5th ODI ---
Jul 9 Only T20 ---
Complete Schedule
India tour of West Indies 2017
Date Match RESULT
Jun 23 1st ODI
No Result
Jun 25 2nd ODI
India won by 105 runs
Jun 30 3rd ODI ---
Jul 2 4th ODI ---
Jul 6 5th ODI ---
Jul 9 Only T20 ---
Complete Schedule