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highlights Mumbai Indians secured their highest run-chase at home in the IPL.Kieron Pollard’s knock included three fours and 10 sixes.Mumbai Indians secured their second straight win after beating Sunrisers Hyderabad. New Delhi: Mumbai Indians looked all but out of the contest against Kings XI Punjab at the Wankhede stadium on Wednesday. The needed 54 runs off the last four overs and Kings XI Punjab was heading towards victory but Kieron Pollard, who was captaining the Mumbai Indians in place of Rohit Sharma who had suffered a leg injury, played a sensational knock by blasting 83 off 31 balls and the knock included three fours and 10 sixes. The knock by Pollard helped Mumbai Indians secure a thrilling three-wicket win off the last ball to register their highest successful chase at the Wankhede. Speaking after the end of the match, Pollard outlined what was going through his mind when playing the knock“When I saw we needed 104 off 48, I knew we had to break it down. We got two big overs. We had a couple of bowlers whom we had to target and we did that and got the much needed two points chasing down 198. The guys rallied really well. That’s why it’s a team sport,” Pollard said. When asked whether this was his best knock, Pollard had mixed reactions but said the start provided was good in the big chase. “You can say yes, you can say no (whether it was his best knock ever). It’s more important that we won the game. I stayed calm under pressure. I wanted to finish off the game. Keeping that calm head, in the end, was good. We got a start, 50-1 in power play at ten runs (actually a shade over 8) an over. We knew what we had to do. Well done boys. It was a very good batting track, brilliant (track),” Pollard said.Pollard said Rohit Sharma being rested was precautionary and that he would be back for the next game. The knock by Pollard was described by Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya as ‘legendary’.“Heart is pumping pretty fast. Pollard is a legend! One guy who could do this, it was Kieron Pollard. That time and situation needed, both of us had to go for it but I could not connect much. Pollard was backing himself and for the first time in my life while sitting outside I thought 17 per over is a par score. It was still better from the situation we started off from. If Polly was there, he could have finished it off one ball and obviously we didn’t have any set batsman. Four runs, four balls I thought we got this game,” Pandya said. For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
GAYSTARNEWS- A new report revealed the startingly statistic that 4 in 5 transgender teens have attempted suicide over a 36-month period in the United States. The American Academy of Pediatrics released the report, Transgender Adolescent Suicide Behavior, this month.Authors Russell B. Toomey, Amy K. Syvertsen, and Maura Shramko wrote their objective was to understand suicidal behavior in 6 gender identities among youth. Overall, they looked at: transgender male-to-female, transgender female-to-male, non-binary, questioning, cisgender female, and cisgender male.They used data from the Profiles of Student Life: Attitudes and Behaviors survey. This survey gave the information of 617 teens from the ages of 11 to 19.In their report, the authors took information from June 2012 to May 2015.What did they find?In their findings, there appeared a large discrepancy among gender identity and suicide attempts.During their time period of data, 50.8% of transgender female-to-male identifying people reported attempted suicide. This was the highest number among all groups. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… This is able to be stopped | Photo: Unsplash/Tim Marshall Next, 41.8% of non-binary people and 29.9% of transgender male-to-female identifying people reported it.For the two transgender groups combined, that is 80.7% of all transgender teens during this time. Reduced even further, it means 4 in 5 trans teen who were surveyed attempted suicide from June 2012 to May 2015.Finally, 27.9% of questioning teens, 17.6% of cisgender females, and 9.8% of cisgender males reported attempts.‘These harrowing statistics lay bare the urgency of building welcoming and safe communities for LGBTQ young people, particularly for transgender youth,’ said the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Director of Children, Youth and Families Program Ellen Kahn in response to the study.‘The distressing reality reflected in this study is preventable, and our nation’s schools, political leaders and communities can take concrete steps to combat this epidemic.’More from Gay Star NewsOlly Alexander poses with ripped rainbow flag to show scale of LGBTQ suicide riskRead the letter a trans boy wrote to his neighbor, making her cryQueer Eye’s Karamo Brown opens up about past suicide attemptGot a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Read the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/transgender-teens-attempted-suicide-report/