MSK Prasad Tries To Justify Rayudu’s Exclusion, He Gets Challenged
On Sunday, the Indian selection committee headed by MSK Prasad announce the official squads for Team India’s tour of the West Indies, which comprises of 3 T20Is, as many ODIs and two Test under the leadership of Virat Kohli. During the press conference, Prasad received a lot of questions about the former Indian middle-order batsman, Ambati […]
By CricShots - Jul 22, 2019
Kumar Dharamsena Acknowledges The Mistake He Did In The ICC WC 2019 Final
The veteran ICC umpire, Kumar Dharamsena was the one who awarded England six runs from a freak overthrow in the last over of the World Cup 2019 final to England. He has now acknowledged that he made an “error” and should have given one run fewer, as per a report said on Sunday. A throw […]
By CricShots - Jul 22, 2019
MSK Prasad Termed Ambati Rayudu’s 3-d Glasses Tweet As Funny
The chairman of the Indian selection committee, MSK Prasad has expressed that he found Ambati Rayudu’s tweet on him not being selected for the World Cup squad a funny one. During a press conference on Sunday, Prasad said, “Ambati Rayudu’s tweet was lovely. I enjoyed it. That was sarcasm. That was really good. It was […]
By CricShots - Jul 22, 2019
BCCI Announces Squads For The Complete Windies Tour
The Indian skipper, Virat Kohli will be leading the team in the complete Windies tour which comprises of 2 Tests, 3 ODIs and 3 T20Is, starting on August 3. the Board of Control For Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the complete squad on Sunday. Rishabh Pant has been selected as the first-choice wicket-keeper in the […]
By CricShots - Jul 21, 2019
MS Dhoni Not Retiring, But To Miss The Windies Tour?
Former Indian skipper, MS Dhoni has made himself “unavailable” for the tour of West Indies but he has clarified that he has no intention of retiring any soon. Ever since the ICC World Cup 2019, the rumors of his retirement have been making rounds, bu, Dhoni has told the BCCI that he will take a […]
By CricShots - Jul 20, 2019
MCC Will Reconsider The Overthrow Rule After The World Cup Final
The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), who are responsible for managing and making the Laws of Cricket, is planning to make some apt changes to the overthrow rule in light of the incident that occurred during the 2019 World Cup final. According to The Times, the MCC reckons that the rule needs to be reviewed in […]
By CricShots - Jul 20, 2019
ICC Suspends Zimbabwe From International Cricket For Violating Constitution
On Thursday, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has suspended Zimbabwe Cricket with immediate effect as they have found violating the apex body’s constitution which doesn’t allow any government intervention. They will not be receiving any funds from the apex board as a consequence of suspension and its team will not be allowed participation in any […]
By CricShots - Jul 19, 2019
Sachin Tendulkar Gets Inducted Into ICC Hall Of Fame
On Thursday, the legendary Indian cricketer, Sachin Tendulkar, South Africa’s Allan Donald, and Australia’s Cathryn Fitzpatrick have been inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame at a ceremony in London. In his career, Sachin played as many as 200 Tests and holds the record for the most number of Test runs and centuries and […]
By CricShots - Jul 19, 2019
Virat Kohli Made Himself Available For The Windies Tour
Indian skipper Virat Kohli has made himself available for the upcoming Windies tour as a report in India Today has suggested that will travel with the team for the complete duration of the tour. Earlier, it was reported that Virat will take rest from the tour. Kohli could have taken rest had India won the […]
By CricShots - Jul 18, 2019
MS Dhoni Will Not Be A Part Of Playing Anymore: Reports
Former Indian skipper, MS Dhoni is arguably the one the most legendary cricketers to have ever played the game, the game has ever known but in the twilight years of his career, he has attracted a lot of criticism because of his low scoring rate and sluggish innings. According to latest reports, Dhoni was expected […]
By CricShots - Jul 17, 2019
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