Sidharth Malhotra is a treat to the eyes, be it his well-sculpted body or super-stylish clothes, he knows how to keep all the eyeballs glued on him.Known for his dapper choice of clothes, and ever growing charm, Sidharth has constantly experimented with style, and rightly so.The Student Of The Year fame model-turned-actor, who is often spotted in quirky t-shirts and sneakers, got everyone talking again, for an entirely different reason though.The actor was sporting a cedar-brown hoodie, which we think was torn from places. No kidding.Photo: Yogen Shah Sidharth donned a pair of black jeans, and sneakers with his hoodie, and left us baffled over his choice of clothes.Also Read: Finally, we really like the dress Shraddha Kapoor’s wearingThe hoodie was so distressed that one could safely assume that Sidharth had been attacked by the Wolverine, in another parallel world.While Sidharth seemed extremely comfortable in his attire, we couldn’t help but wonder if it was the outcome of some DIY (do it yourself) practices he might’ve indulged in.His hoodie made us recall veteran actor Rishi Kapoor’s dig at Zara’s collection of torn clothes. Kapoor had stirred a controversy last year when he started a debate on how disrespectful these clothes are for the underprivileged, for whom distressed clothing isn’t a fashion statement, but a means of helplessness and poverty. Photo: Yogen Shah While Sidharth’s torn hoodie reminded us of actor Rishi Kapoor’s remarks, it also made us reflect on our insensitive fashion ideas.advertisementAlso Read: Here’s what’s absolutely wrong with Shilpa Shetty’s fusion attireWe have no idea why you wore a torn hoodie when you can afford everything in the world, Sidharth.
World Cup Alli vs Lingard: Scrap for World Cup spots won’t faze Spurs star, says Hoddle Chris Burton 06:14 2/7/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty World Cup England Tottenham Hotspur Manchester United Premier League Midfield stars at Tottenham and Manchester United are set to battle it out for a place in Gareth Southgate’s starting XI in Russia this summer Dele Alli has had an “indifferent season” at Tottenham but will not be fazed by a World Cup battle with Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard, says Glenn Hoddle.Heading into the 2017-18 campaign, Spurs star Alli was a guaranteed starter for club and country, with his performances in the Premier League and for the Three Lions earning widespread praise.Such a standing has come under threat this term, with the 21-year-old – who has nine goals to his name – forced to face uncomfortable questions regarding his form. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Among those now threatening to steal his spot in the England side is United midfielder Lingard, who enjoyed a recent purple patch with the Red Devils, but Hoddle feels the Spurs star will be relishing the challenge.The former Tottenham and England manager told football.london: “I don’t think he’ll be worried about it.”He’ll look to get on with his own job. It’s up to other people to assess what they’re looking for.”Gareth Southgate will look for something different in the plan if he goes for one player and not another because it suits what he’s looking to do in the team.”Dele Alli will just get on with his job and he’s a top threat. He’ll maintain getting into the penalty area and scoring goals.”He’s had a slightly indifferent season, but he’s still affected the game. He will affect the game as he’s a box threat and he likes to score goals.”He’s done that time and time again over the last few seasons and we forget how young he is.”It’s great seeing two young English players playing well in that position.”It’s such an important position nowadays in that role if they play the player in behind the striker. It’s not a free role, it’s the hub of the team.”It comes with a difference to winning games and being the difference.”Lingard has contributed 12 goals and four assists to the United cause this season, with Alli complementing his nine strikes with 10 efforts teed up for grateful team-mates.Both men will be hoping to be on the plane when England boss Gareth Southgate finalises his 23-man squad heading to Russia this summer.
Lees, who is a Sydney Uni Touch member as well as the Varsity Women’s Premier League coach, will referee the Melbourne Rebels versus the Bulls match at AAMI Park at 7.40pm on Friday night. Lees will be making his Super Rugby debut with the whistle in tonight’s match. He was named as one of five debutants picked in the SANZAR referee team last November. Touch Football Australia would like to wish Lees the best of luck for tonight’s game.