• 27 Funniest India Vs Bangladesh Memes That Will Make You Laugh Hard

    For all the cricket lovers who enjoy every single detail of the match here, we bring you some of the very funny India vs Bangladesh memes that will make you laugh uncontrollably: Haha! That Reaction! Totally! Exactly! Nacho! LOL! Oh Yeah! Take That! Hehe! Do The Dance! Funny! Absolutely! The Difference! Before And After! No Need! So True! Oops! Challenge…

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    5 Best Ever Hat-Tricks in Test Cricket

    A Hat-trick is a very rare feat to be achieved in cricket where the bowler needs to take 3 wickets in 3 consecutive balls. With batting moving on to next best levels each day, it becomes difficult for a bowler to strike three out of three deliveries especially in Tests, where the mindset is to defend and not to attack.…

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    Top 5 Bowlers in T20I Cricket

    T20 is not cricket, it’s a pure entertainment. The spectators spent a huge amount on the tickets to see fast action in a short time. They expect fours and sixes on every ball without any mercy on the bowlers. But has anyone ever thought how difficult is it to bowl in a T20 match which actually is a hell of…

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    India vs West Indies: 5 Things to Know

    Despite India’s attacking bowling and Kohli’s aggressive approach, Roston Chase didn’t let the cooldown and stood there firmly for his team to draw a match from tough chances beginning with 48-4. It’s almost a win for the inexperienced West Indies and a lot to learn for India. Let’s have a look at some facts and statistics collected from the match:…

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  • Top 5 Opening Pairs of India in ODIs

    Let it be an ODI cricket or Tests, the opening batsmen of any team sets the tone of the match by laying a solid foundation. They construct a platform for the next coming players to play accordingly. Thus, the role of openers is very crucial in the game of cricket. India initially had a drawback with its openers especially in…

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  • 5 Fast Bowlers of Indian Cricket

    Spin has been the magic mantra of Indian cricket since the inception. The conditions here support spin and the wickets are not that fast and bouncy to aid the fast bowlers. Despite these odds, India still has managed to produce some fast bowlers in the past decade or two which regularly clocked over 150. Let’s have a look: Ashish Nehra…

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    Australia vs Sri Lanka 1st Test – 5 Things to Know

    Despite Australia’s solid defense, Sri Lanka stunned them with a beautiful display of spin bowling. However, patience was the main key required by both the teams to come to a conclusion of the match. It became very frustrating when the 9th wicket stand between Peter Nevill and Steve O’Keefe started to block everything and even some shorts were not running…

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    5 Most Underrated Cricketers of India

    While India produced some extraordinary league of cricketers in the last 50 years or so, many of them got to touch the peaks of the name, fame, and glamor. However, may were left unnoticed in their hard careers and despite some excellent performances. Let’s put a shadow on these players to know more about them: Rahul Dravid A player who…

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    The Sri Lankan Cricket Issue

    The first day of the first Test match between Sri Lanka and Australia saw a very disappointing start from the hosts Sri Lanka who couldn’t even stand the first day and were crumbled by the Aussies on 117 in mere 34 overs. Sounds very surprising that the home team, in their own backyard got assaulted brutally by the opposition. After…

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    India rocks at Antigua Test- 5 things to know

    West Indies never really looked good in the game and it was India who dictated the terms all four days. First, it was India’s batsmen who really played well on this track and then the bowlers at their very best. At last, India easily won the match by a huge margin of an innings and 92 runs. Here’re 5 things…

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    India vs West Indies – Expectations vs Reality

    India is in a commanding situation after a three-day play in Antigua. The hosts trail by a mammoth score of 302 at stumps on Day 3. While the West Indies would be itching not to give any more wicket to the opposition, this fight would be a very difficult one to hold on for two days. On the other hand,…

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    India vs West Indies Match Story

    What more do we expect from a Caribbean wicket? As anticipated, the wicket is slow and dry which offers nothing to a seam bowler except a mild wind blowing due to near seas. For spinners, it will be definitely a good place to try their variations. A lot will be expected now from the duo Indian spinners Ashwin and Mishra.…

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    The Destroyer- Virender Sehwag

    India had a player whom the fastest bowlers feared. He is known by many names- Viru, Nawab of Najafgarh and Multan ka Sultan. Sehwag and first ball four were the everyday story in Indian cricket. He has not only been an aggressive batsman, but also an entertainer for the fans. Here are 5 reasons that prove Virender Sehwag was the…

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    A Full Drama at Lord’s – A match to remember

    Though it was just a series opener between the clash of pace vs pace, still cricket witnessed so much happening on each of the four days play. From action to drama, thrill, and suspense, this match wasn’t less than a movie. For the fans, surely it would have been a treat to watch so much happening at the home of…

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    So Much Happening in the Lord’s Test- Some Stats and Numbers

    The first match of the England-Pakistan test series at Lord’s started with many talks around the world. Firstly, it was Amir’s long return to test cricket after six years, then the key bowler Anderson missing the Lord’s test. No one would have thought that Pakistan would be in such a commanding position on the second day itself of the match.…

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    England vs Pakistan Test Review

    What seemed to be a perfect batting wicket turned out to be very opposite when bowling had to do all the talking on Day 2. When bowled in right areas and right length proved to be very fruitful for the bowlers. The Lord’s pitch has always been a very unusual wicket to bat on which again got reflected in the…

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    Mr. Calm and Composed- Misbah-ul-Haq

    A player whose cricketing career started very late but soon made a name for himself throughout the world. There are great players in the world who have big records under their kits while there is a second category of players like Misbah-ul-Haq, the ones who leaves an impact on the cricketing world with their strong performances. Let’s know more about…

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    5 Reasons Why England Vs Pakistan Will Be A Cracker Of A Series

    It’s always a special moment when cricket returns in white clothes and that too at the home of cricket-The Lord’s. England Vs Pakistan is not less than a pure entertainment when it’s all about the battle between two equal oppositions. It’s about a competition where both teams have the same weapon- the pace. This clash will not be less than…

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  • India’s tour of West Indies- Too Much Wait for Nothing?

    While the Indian fans had been eagerly waiting for the real cricket to kick off in white jersey against the West Indian team in their own backyard, their captain Jason Holder already seems to be in a low tone. Before the start of the series, Holder has said something which does not suit the spirit of the game. Despite the…

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    Rahul Dravid: The Wall of Indian Cricket

    Cricket is regarded as a gentleman’s game because of some great players like Rahul Dravid from India. If not the most loved, he is undoubtedly the least hated cricketer in the world. A player who never disregarded the game and the players won many cricketing hearts, not just in India, but in the entire world. It’s not just his nature…

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    India’s most aggressive captain- Sourav Ganguly

    Indian cricket history has witnessed many successful captains. One among those is Sourav Ganguly, popularly known as ‘Dada’. He was the most successful and aggressive captain to lead his team to many famous victories using his aggressive approach. Let’s know more about his success and his achievements: A Devastating Batsman Sourav Ganguly was the most furious and dangerous batsman in…

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    MS Dhoni- Born to be a Leader

    A player who helped millions of cricketing fans to enjoy and cherish numerous Indian victories, a player who helped the God of Cricket to achieve his dream of winning the world cup, a player who turned the game on his own when everyone else failed to score and still a player who is criticised the most in our country- Mahendra…

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  • Mohammad Amir returns to England for Test tour: Reactions & Greetings

    The Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir returned to England after a long span of 6 years, cricket fraternity was expecting something odd from the people there. He was involved in spot-fixing when he deliberately bowled ‘no-balls’ against England when Pakistan visited back in 2010. After serving his punishment of 5 years of a ban from international cricket, Amir has successfully made…

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    New Coach and New Strategies- Will it help?

    Anil Kumble recently joined team India as their new coach. He has a different mindset for sure which is reflected in the unique and new things happening in Indian cricket. A change for the players will surely help them to come out of stress situations and prepare for the upcoming Caribbean tour for which the coach has got a very…

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    5 Things to Know About Sanath Jayasuriya

    The concept of one day cricket was not the same back in 25 years. So how does it changed? Who brought in the revolution in the game? It’s Sanath Jayasuriya who is known for his hard-hitting ability of the new white ball and a trickster for the Sri Lankan team who won the matches single-handedly for his team through his…

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    5 Reasons Why Anil Kumble Is The Right Pick For Indian Head Coach

    Finally, India has their new head coach and it’s none another than the famous legendary Indian spinner Anil Kumble. This coming year would be very crucial for the Indian team to adjust to the new coach as well as for Kumble, who would be judged ahead for his performance and team’s success in this period. A coach’s responsibility and hard…

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  • A Happy 33 to Steyn Gun: 5 Things to Know About Steyn

    On 27th June 1983, Dale Steyn was born in Phalaborwa, Transvaal Province, South Africa. This man has shown his exceptional talent with the ball at the big stage where bowling seems to be the most difficult part of the game. He has successfully been able to dictate the terms of the match in his own way and has tamed the…

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    Iconic Day for Indian Cricket: 25th June

    25th of June is regarded as one of the most important days in the history of Indian cricket as they started their Test match campaign on the same day back in 1932. India played a Test match against the English team at the home of cricket i.e The Lords. It was the most important day in the history of not…

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    The Pink Ball Review: 5 Things to Know

    The revolution in test cricket is slowly taking place with experiments being held with the new pink kookaburra ball firstly in Australia and now in India. The day-night test cricket has been introduced by ICC to attract visitors and the fact that people have started losing interest in the Test format particularly. We still may see few spectators in countries…

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  • T20: The Most Unpredictable Format in Cricket

    India lost to Zimbabwe in a T20 game yesterday. But the question is- was it really a one-sided encounter keeping in mind the recent ODI series which India dominated entirely? The Indian hearts will surely say yes to this question but when we realise deeply the unpredictable nature of this particular format, we suddenly get to know how dangerous it…

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    Hashim Amla- The Wall of South Africa

    While the Indian media and fans continue to compare Virat with Sachin, South Africa’s Hashim Amla is in his own league to hunt down every record made by Virat Kohli. In the recent past few years, it’s been a situation where Virat loves to chase down targets for his team and Amla loves to chase Virat’s records. In the recent…

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    India Ends the Losing Streak

    There is a sigh of relief for the Indian cricket fans as the men in blue put an end to the losing streak in ODIs. India clinically defeated Zimbabwe and won the match easily by 10 wickets. It was only the Indian players who dictated the terms throughout the series. Zimbabwe didn’t have a clue against the young Indian rookies.…

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    5 Things To Know About Recent Investec Test Series

    It was a fine pleasant English summer as usual and the rain too had a part to play in the recent Investec Test Series held recently between England and Sri Lanka. A lot happened during the 3 test matches. Here’s what we know: Cook enters into Hall of Fame Before the start of the test series, there were a lot…

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    5 Similarities between Adam Gilchrist and Jonny Bairstow

    After the recent back to back performances by Jonny Bairstow, the Australian wicket-keeper batsman Adam Gilchrist has praised for his efforts not just with the bat, but also for keeping wickets. Let’s see some key similarities between these two players: Wicket-Keeper Batsmen Just like Gilchrist, Bairstow also is a wicket-keeper batsman for England Test Cricket Team. England has been unable…

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    India vs Zimbabwe – 5 things to know

    The young Indian rookies will find themselves for a bigger role after the end of IPL season although it will be quite a task for Zimbabwe as they lost to Afghanistan 3-2 months back. As the ODI series commences from tomorrow, here are 5 things you should know:   Dhoni’s Tour To Zimbabwe After 11 Years It will be a…

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  • Alastair Cook- The perfect Gentleman of Test Cricket

    The English player is set to become the youngest to join the 10,000 test runs club. This will be the first time an English player will achieve the feat. Alastair Cook will be the youngest to mark his place in the legendary list with some great names like Sachin Tendulkar, Sunil Gavaskar, Steve Waugh, Ricky Ponting, Jacques Kallis, Dravid, Sangakkara,…

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  • Is Virat Kohli the new Sachin Tendulkar?

    Well its too early to compare Virat with our cricketing God but the way he approaches his game, we all have started to love watching him play. Some old people who left watching the game after the retirement of some great legends few years back have again started to develop the same interest in the sport which is just because…

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  • Is IPL really a Batsmen Paradise?

    While some people argue that this shorter format is just about scoring maximum runs and offers a fantasy world for the batsmen where they can just come and enjoy, but we still need to believe the fact it’s a platform suited more for the bowlers than batsmen. The team combination becomes perfect when they have some good quality bowling line…

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  • 5 Unique Facts About Sachin Tendulkar

    Let’s see some of the unique facts about the game we all worship just because of the MASTER SACHIN TENDULKAR : Superstitious Sachin Sachin Tendulkar is superstitious. He wears his left pad before putting on the right one before his batting. His another superstitious act was observed in the match against Pakistan in Ferozshah Kotla, where Anil Kumble took his…

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  • 5 Favorite Teams of IPL this Season

    This IPL season started with some turnarounds where teams and franchises got some changes from the last edition. Many controversies related to water crises in the state of Maharashtra also turned up which has not led to any final decision yet. The fans are enjoying the season of the league with same fun and excitement and here we look at…

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  • IPL Insanity and the Water Crises

      Cricket is treated as a religion in India where one can search for the extreme and insane level of this sports lovers. This religion has the biggest festival to celebrate in the early summers, that is known as Indian Premier League. Despite many oppositions in the initial period, the format began and rose dramatically over a period of time.…

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  • 5 Probable Reasons Why Harsha Bhogle Lost Out This IPL Season

      With the onset of cricket’s biggest festival in India this summer, people would love to hear out from their favourite commentator and India’s icon Harsha Bhogle. But unfortunately, he will be highly missed in this IPL season. Here’s why: BCCI’s Intervention Clearly, BCCI won’t tolerate any comments on their working or players and it has got all the supreme…

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  • Rahane Must Start Against Kangaroos

    A condition which demands sheer power to mentally bludgeon the opposition, Ajinkya Rahane is found just too noble a man. As India go head to head  against Australia with a do-or-die situation for Dhoni’s men, Ajinkya must start. Ajinkya has made a name for himself after some stellar performances in the past year & a half. It’s not just in…

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  • 5 Turnarounds in India vs Bangladesh World Cup T20 Match

    No one would have expected such a thrilling and nail-biting finish in a match where India had to win by a handsome margin to improve their NRR. Although, this wasn’t a typical Bengaluru wicket but India made a target of 147 look a tough mountain to climb for Bangladesh. There were many instances of turnaround in the match and here…

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  • T20 Cricket and its Infinite Limits

    When the shorter format initially began, we all cherished its beauty that it gave all that fun, enjoyment and entertainment in 3 hours. Now, the concept of T20 is slowly changing the same way ODI cricket gained momentum after that 438 run chase by South Africa. Let’s see why this format has no limits: Over-utilisation of Batting Powerplay Earlier, the…

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  • 5 Reasons Why India vs New Zealand will be a Cracker of a Match

    Every World Cup tournament witnesses some great battles. The coming match, which will be India’s first match will be a tough one for them and a great competition in cricket. This match will be a worth to watch out for the cricket fans. Here’s the list of reasons:   The unknown contenders The kiwis have hardly played in India recently…

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  • 5 Reasons Why Team India is Perfectly Poised To Lift ICC T20 World Cup

    The Indian team which now has started to dominate cricket in both Tests and ODIs in the recent past, is now looking more enthusiastic and very dominant in the shorter format as well. After the recent performances against Australia and the Asia cup, it seems that MS will now set his eyes on World Cup at home. Let’s now look…

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  • 5 Things You May Not Know About R.Ashwin

      Though Ashwin seem to be a very serious and concerned modern player who is working very hard every day in the nets in search of better variations in his bowling and improving game by game. However, his serious approach towards the game and our perception towards him changed when he told us about his `Not so serious approach’ and…

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  • Is Jaspreet Bumrah the New Dawn of Indian Pace Attack?

    Indian bowling and the coming T20 world cup are the two main issues and current topic of debate in every match conference these days. But this young boy from Surat may solve all the difficulties that the Indian team is facing currently with its bowling department. Let’s find out how: Unique bowling action The guy has got a totally different…

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  • A True Gentleman Retires from International ODI Cricket

    A perfect blend of a leader, nice hitter of the ball, an entertainer and a gentleman of the game will be missed from the game of cricket as Brendon McCullum retires from the one-day format of the game. Here’s a look at some of his virtues and what he has really accomplished in his career:   Destructive batsman Brendon Mccullum…

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  • Is Team India the New Favorites in T20 Cricket?

    Before the onset of ICC T20 World Cup 2016 being played in India, the team will be playing many games in the shorter format for the early preparations. The way India has performed in Australia, surely makes them one of the favourites and prime contenders to win the cup at home. Let’s find out why India is perfectly poised to…

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  • Is India Becoming the New “Choker” Side in Overseas Cricket?

      While India continues to play overseas cricket, they didn’t realise that spinners won’t get it for them. Gambling with duo spinners has cost them two matches till now. So, whats next? The batsmen also need to step up, especially in those slog overs to cruise the run rate. Here are five reasons for second straight loss against the “Not…

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  • 5 Quirky Stats in International Cricket

      Though cricket is a game played between two teams, the ideal objective is to win the match. However, the game is all about numbers and statistics which automatically formulates with each and every game passing by. Let’s now look at some unique facts and records related to the game which will blow your mind:   Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar (God…

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  • 5 Cricket Legends Who Called It a Day in 2015

    Every year rather every day witnesses some or the other cricketer retire from the game, but this year saw so many cricket legends retire from the game of cricket, especially after the World Cup. Let’s take a look at some of them:   Michael Clarke (Australia) Michael Clarke, nicknamed as `Pup’ is regarded as one of the greatest Australian captain…

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  • Martin Guptill – The Most Under-rated Kiwi Batsman

    Having succeeded in all the formats of the game, the Kiwi Batsman Martin Guptill still remains in the controversies as a regular opening batsman for New Zealand Cricket team. The Aukland player has scored more than 6000 runs in international cricket at the age of 29. A thing which few people know about him is that he was involved in…

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  • 5 Memorable Cricket Moments from 2015

    The year which gave so much cricketing fun, starting from the ICC World Cup till the last day’s Big Bash League match which involved nail-biting finish. We experienced some amazing display of cricket all over the world which will be very hard to forget for cricket fans. Let’s take a look at some of the best moments from the year…

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  • 5 Reasons Why AB de Villiers is made of Legendary Stuff

        Abraham Benjamin or AB de Villiers is the first name which comes to our mind when we talk about cricket these days. The best batsmen all over the world, who is regarded as the most “innovative batsman” of modern cricket, is also known by many popular nicknames like ABD, Mr. 360 & Superman. This man is the most…

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  • Virat Kohli’s Worst Year, Still Not Bad Enough!

    It is normal around nowadays to hear that this has been Virat Kohli’s worst year. Well it has been a pretty bad year by his high standards. Surely! Virat Kohli is the new hope of the Indian cricket fans after the retirement of Sachin Tendulkar. He has some pretty big boots to fill. He has done it quite well for…

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  • Ten Fastest Centuries in ODI Cricket

    We all like it when BOOM BOOM comes to the crease and smash a few out of the park. We all love it when Corey Anderson comes to the middle and smashes them like rockets into the stands. We absolutely love it when the South African Superman ABD comes and smashes them beautifully all around the park in the most…

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  • The Only Five To Have Scored Double Hundreds In ODI’s

        Till very recently a double hundred in the ODI’s was considered to be a very hard task. It was seen as next to impossible to accomplish. Saeed Anwar’s was considered to be the limit of it. Then Charles Coventry of Zimbabwe reached that limit and even when he failed to convert it to 200 then it was considered…

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  • Six Best Innings Played by Suresh Raina

      Suresh Kumar Raina, it has been a long time since he has been around in international cricket. In 2005 we saw an 18 year old boy make his debut against Sri Lanka at Dambulla. Surely it wasn’t a debut to remember as he got out for a 2nd ball duck in that match but after that we have been…

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  • Things to watch out for in the Pakistan vs England T20 series

    Pakistan won the test series 2-0 courtesy of some brilliant performances from the seniors with the bat and great bowling by Yasir Shah especially. England clinched away the ODI series 3-1. Although Pakistan started on a high by winning the first  one day but after that three poor performances on the trot just gave away the series to England. Taking…

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  • Five Reasons Why Imran Khan was so Vital for Pakistan Cricket

    Imran Khan, known as the cornered tiger. Arguably one of the best to have played the game. He had an impact on the game and left a mark on it. Imran Khan brought a new aspect to Pakistani cricket. He actually changed the whole mentality of the team. He made them think aggressively, he made them play aggressively and he…

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  • The First Ever International Day Night Test to be Played with Pink Ball

    From quite some time developments were being made to make test cricket more engaging and more attractive to people. Efforts were being made and plannings were being done in order to attract crowds for test matches. Some suggested tests to be reduced to four days instead of five. Others suggested to play day night tests and so on. There was…

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  • Gabbar Owned the Champions Trophy 2013…

        Gabbar owned the Champions Trophy 2013 and it wouldn’t be wrong to say it this way. Shikar Dhawan was adjudged as the player of the tournament of the Champions trophy 2013 for his breath-taking and scintillating performances with the bat. Team India eventually went on to win the tournament and they had Dhawan to thank it for. Although…

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  • The Tale of Mitchell Johnson

    Mitchell Johnson made his test debut against Sri Lanka at Brisbane in November 2007 and made his ODI debut against New Zealand at Christchurch in December 2005. And now after a decade long international career the pace-man from hell has announced to retire from all forms of cricket in the international field. Johnson has given us some memorable bowling spells…

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  • The Father of All Comebacks, the Comeback By Shoaib Malik.  

     About 10 years ago Shoaib Malik was deemed to be the next big thing in Pakistan Cricket. Malik even was on his way to prove this prophecy by the general public and experts’ right. He went on to win matches for Pakistani and played a lot of crucial knocks with the bat and also proved to be a fruitful right…

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  • Rejuvenated Ravindra Jadeja

    Ravindra Jadeja is the man in the Indian team who was the player of the final of ICC Champions Trophy 2013 which India won. He has been a match winner for India but in recent times he was not in form and was smashed greatly by the critics all around. Jadeja won India the Champions Trophy in 2013 with a…

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  • The Only Three To Have Scored Twin Hundreds Thrice

        Twin hundreds is rare feat to achieve in test cricket. Many players over the years have achieved it but there are only three special players to have scored them thrice. These players are in a league of their own. Sunil Gavaskar (India) Gavaskar is said to have the most perfect technique ever in cricket and is hailed as…

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  • A Unique Record Held By Two Unique Cricket Players

        In the history of the game there have been a lot of players who have scored hundreds in both innings of a test match. Then there have been quite a few to score a double hundred and a hundred in the same test. But there are only two players who have scored a triple century and a century…

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