On This Day: Sunil Gavaskar Completed 10000 Test runs.
32 years ago the Indian legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar became the first ever batsman in the history of test cricket to unlock the achievement of 10000 runs trademark while playing the 4th test of the series against Pakistan at Sardar Patel Stadium in rural Motera outside Ahmedabad, he was batting at 57 with just one […]
By Viransh - Mar 7, 2019
WATCH – Its 13th Anniversary of Irfan Pathan’s Iconic Test Hat-Trick
Irfan Pathan is one of the cricketers whose career saw several ups and downs. Once he was the poster boy of Indian cricket and after a few years, he was unable to break into the Indian side. Though his iconic hat-trick against Pakistan was the peak of his career and everyone still has a fresh […]
By Aditya Pratap - Jan 29, 2019
On This Day: South Africa Almost Chased The Highest Fourth Innings Target
On this day in 2013, South Africa almost chased the highest ever fourth innings target in their home Test match against India. It was the same venue where South Africa chased the highest ever ODI target (target 435 runs; scored 438/9 in 49.5 overs) against Australia in 2006 – The Wanderers Stadium (Johannesburg). It was […]
By Sandy - Dec 22, 2018
On This Day: India-Sri Lanka Played A Thrilling High-Scoring ODI
On this day in 2009, there was an ODI between India and Sri Lanka where the cricket fans enjoyed a thrilling high-scoring game at Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground (Rajkot). It was the series opener of the five-match home ODI series for India where the visitors Sri Lanka decided to field first after winning the toss. […]
By Sandy - Dec 15, 2018
On This Day: Sachin Tendulkar Recalls His International Debut
The legendary Indian batsman, Sachin Tendulkar took to Twitter to recall the first time he stepped on the field to represent India. As a 16-year-old, Sachin made his international debut on November 15 in 1989, in the first Test of the four-match series against Pakistan at Karachi. In a Twitter post on Thursday morning, Tendulkar […]
By CricShots - Nov 15, 2018
On This Day: Rohit Sharma strikes the World Record in ODI cricket
Four years ago, on 13 November 2014, Indian limited-overs opening batsman Rohit Sharma created a history by scoring highest runs in an ODI innings. The record is still intact till the date. It was the fourth ODI of five-match ODI series between the hosts India and the visitors Sri Lanka at Eden Gardens (Kolkata). Before […]
By Sandy - Nov 13, 2018
On This Day: Chetan Sharma becomes the first bowler to hat-trick in World Cup history
On 31st October 1987, Indian right-arm pacer Chetan Sharma created a history by becoming the first ever bowler to claim a hat-trick in the World Cup history. It was the group stage (Group A) match between the defending champions & the hosts India and New Zealand at VCA Ground (Nagpur). Playing their final group stage […]
By Sandy - Oct 31, 2018
WATCH – When MS Dhoni Smashed Sri Lanka With 183
In 2005, today was the day when MS Dhoni blasted his way to his career-best ODI score of 183 against Sri Lanka at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium in Jaipur. However, before that game, he had already announced his arrival when he hammered 148 off 123 balls against Pakistan earlier the same year. That knock established […]
By CricShots - Oct 31, 2018
On This Day: India won the inaugural ICC World T20
Exactly 11 years ago, on 24 September 2007, Indian cricket team created a history under MS Dhoni’s captaincy as they became the first champion team in ICC World T20 history after winning the inaugural edition of ICC World T20 in South Africa. On this day, India beat Pakistan in the thrilling final of the tournament […]
By Sandy - Sep 24, 2018
When Yuvraj Singh Smashed Stuart Broad For Six Sixes
On this day, in 2007, the flamboyant Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh grabbed a lot of eyeballs when he pulled off something which had only been done once before in international cricket. In a group game during the first edition of the ICC World T20, Yuvraj smashed Stuart Broad for six sixes in a row at […]
By CricShots - Sep 19, 2018
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