Time Away from International Cricket Has Been Liberating, Says Moeen Ali
Moeen Ali has recently taken a break from international cricket and levelled this as ‘liberating’ and said he is in no rush to return in the cricketing circuit. He last played in the first Ashes Test, following that he decided to take a break. “In the past week I have read that I don’t take […]
By Shruti - Dec 12, 2019
James Neesham Gives Savage Response Involving Kane Williamson
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has been going through a great phase, especially after the World Cup 2019. Despite being so popular among fans, he is among those cricketers who are not on Twitter and he has not given any indication as to if or when he will join Twitter as well. Keeping this in […]
By Shruti - Dec 10, 2019
Bob Willis
Bob Willis, The Former England Cricket Captain Dies At 70
Former England captain and pace bowler Bob Willis has died at 70 on Wednesday. Willis, who captained his country between 1982 and 1984, had played 90 Test matches with the best of his 8 for 43 in the third Ashes Test against Australia at Headingley in 1981. Famous all-rounder Ian Botham later described him as […]
By Shruti - Dec 5, 2019
New Zealand Receives Spirit Of Cricket Award From MCC
New Zealand cricket team has received the Christopher Martin-Jenkins Spirit of Cricket Award for 2019 from MCC for their sporting conduct in the aftermath of the World Cup final against England. After losing to England in a thrilling final held on July 14 at the Lord’s — regarded as one of the most exciting ODI […]
By CricShots - Dec 3, 2019
New Zealand Police Investigate Racist Abuse of England’s Jofra Archer
On Tuesday, New Zealand police were asked to investigate the racial abuse to England cricketer Jofra Archer during the first Test, after the information supplied by New Zealand Cricket officials. NZC chief executive David White said they have lodged a complaint with police after checking their CCTV footage, listening to the audio, interviewing spectators and […]
By Shruti - Dec 3, 2019
Kane Williamson Shares How They Registered The Victory Over England
Patience and application at the crease were the keys to New Zealand’s innings and 65-run win over 50-over World Cup winner England in the first Test at Bay Oval on Monday said New Zealand captain Kane Williamson. After having declared on 615-9, England put up 353 in their first inning and then they were bowled […]
By Shruti - Nov 26, 2019
Jofra Archer Finds Support After Racial Abuse
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has come in support of the English pacer, Jofra Archer who has said that he was subjected to “racial insults” by a spectator during the fifth and final day of the first Test against New Zealand at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui. Replying to a tweet of Archer, Rashford […]
By CricShots - Nov 26, 2019
Jofra Archer To Receive Apology From New Zealand Cricket
The English fast bowler, Jofra Archer had suffered some racial insults at the conclusion of the first Test against New Zealand at Bay Oval on Monday. England suffered an innings defeat as New Zealand bowled out the visitors for 197 in the second innings. After the match, Archer took to Twitter to share his experience […]
By CricShots - Nov 26, 2019
Kevin Pietersen Thinks Joe Root Needs to Stamp his Authority in the New Zealand Series
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has said that Test captain Joe Root needs to ‘stamp his authority’ in the upcoming Test against New Zealand. “Joe Root really needs to stamp his authority on the England team in this series. He needs to bring out his ideas and say: ‘This is what I’ll be doing, this […]
By Shruti - Nov 20, 2019
Ben Stokes Gave a Shocking Comment on Alex Hales Before World Cup
England all-rounder Ben Stokes said that the decision to drop Alex Hales from the England World Cup squad was necessary to avoid any “off-field issue hanging over the team” throughout into the tournament. He also said that England captain Eoin Morgan had asked the senior players for their opinion on whether Hales should be there in […]
By Shruti - Nov 20, 2019
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