one-down

one-down

adj
informal having conceded an advantage or lead to someone or something
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Taneja was at his destructive best in also removing one-down batsman Himanshu Yadav as Old Hawks were reeling at 3 for 34.
He in particular mentioned the performance of debutant Fakhar Zaman and one-down batsman Babar Azam.
It is after a long time that Pakistan have found a player at the one-down position who is very strong on the back foot.'
This is referred to as "one-up, one-down" recordkeeping.
Upon a reasonable belief that a food is adulterated and presents a threat of serious adverse health consequences or death (whether or not caused by terrorism), FDA may demand access to the one up, one-down records as well as all other records relating to the manufacture of the food (excluding access to recipes, pricing data and certain other sensitive information).
Winger Wayne Corden's eighth of the season after just five minutes - by which time Cheltenham were already one-down at Argyle - calmed nerves, and striker Andy White's third in four games started the Stags' party.
Kruze cut the deficit to three at the turn and won the 14th and 16th holes to move to one-down. But that effort seemed to take it out of the teenager who missed a 20ft putt on the last.
Fakhar Zaman, who came on one-down position, scored 10 runs off nine balls.
One-down batsmen Mohammad Akhlaq was also bowled by Anwar Ali on the duck in the same over.
For FATA, who scored 114 runs in the allotted 20 overs, seasoned batsman Yasir Hameed scored 35 of 34 four balls, while one-down batsman Bilal Asif scored 29 off 30 balls.
One-down batsman Iftikhar Ahmed departed on 15, while middle-order batsmen Fakhar Zaman and Sohaib Maqsood made unbeaten 18 and 11, respectively.
Captain Khalid Latif, who came one-down, scored 17 off 12 balls.