Jhulan Goswami
NZ series to give enough time to prepare well in windy conditions, says Jhulan Goswami
Veteran Indian pace bowler Jhulan Goswami stated that the upcoming ODI series against New Zealand will help the Indian team adjust to the windy conditions before the Women’s World Cup 2022. Goswami, who is the leading wicket-taker in ODIs, may be playing in her last ICC mega event as well. However, the ODI series against […]
By SMCS - Jan 8, 2022
Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma Wants India’s Middle-order To Prepare For Worst Situations
India limited-overs skipper, Rohit Sharma has asserted that he wants the middle-order of teh team to prepare for worst situations like 10 for 3 in ODI World Cup 2019 semi-final. Rohit further added that Men in Blue are preparing well for the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022, and they will avoid repeating the same mistakes […]
By CricShots - Dec 11, 2021
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India’s Blind Cricket Player Now Working As A Laborer In Gujarat
There have been a plethora of instances where choosing to be a cricketer has turned out to be a life-changing decision for many players. There are few instances where the cricketers went from rags to riches after witnessed an eccentric growth in their career. Whereas on the other hand, sadly, there are few players too […]
By CricShots - Aug 9, 2021
George Bailey
George Bailey becomes Australia’s chief selector; replaces Trevor Hohns
George Bailey has been appointed as the chief selector of the Australian men’s cricket team after the retirement of Trevor Hohns. Hohns served as Australia’s chief selector from 1995 and 2005 before taking over the responsibility again in 2016. However, The former all-rounder has done the job for 21 years, out of which he was […]
By SMCS - Aug 1, 2021
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Gautam Gambhir Changes His Facebook Cover Pic, Twitterati React
Former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir has once again made headlines on the 40th birthday of former skipper MS Dhoni. Gambhir changed his cover picture on social media on Wednesday where he can be seen in his iconic knock of 97 in the 2011 World Cup final as well. While both Gautam Gambhir and MS Dhoni […]
By SMCS - Jul 7, 2021
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Jay Shah Points Out The Importance Of June 25 In Indian Cricket
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah has pointed out that June 25 is a Red Letter Day for Indian Cricket. It was on June 25, 1932, Team India played its first Test under the captaincy of CK Nayudu at Lord’s and it was also on the same day that […]
By CricShots - Jun 25, 2021
Umesh Yadav Also Feels WTC Final Is Similar To A World Cup Final
Over the past few years, the Indian pace attack has risen through the ranks to be counted as one of the best in international cricket. With the big-picture UK tour coming up — World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand and five Tests against England — fans will be having a lot of expectations […]
By CricShots - May 21, 2021
Vijay Shankar
Vijay Shankar Opens Up About His India Return
India all-rounder Vijay Shankar, who was picked up ahead of Ambati Rayudu in the 2019 ICC World Cup squad, has seen a rough patch since then. Later, his knee injury ruled him out of the team and eventually out of the radar too. And now, there are several players ready to take his place in […]
By SMCS - May 14, 2021
ICC Cancels 3 European Qualifiers For T20 World Cup Due To COVID-19
On Friday, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that they have cancelled 3 T20 World Cup sub-regional European qualifiers for the upcoming edition in Australia in 2022 owing to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The tournaments were slated to take place from June 13 to July 10 in Finland and Belgium. However, Italy, Germany, and […]
By SMCS - May 8, 2021
On This Day in 1996 : Sri Lanka Claims The Ultimate Glory
17th March 1996 is perhaps the most important day for not only a Sri Lankan cricket fan but also for the entire Lankan nation. A Cricket World Cup win establishes the team’s authority on a global level. For any cricketer, it is the ultimate dream. The Sri Lankans cricketers realized it in the 1996 edition. […]
By P - Mar 17, 2021
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