newscricket2 days ago

Hoping to learn from India pacers and become a better bowler, says Navdeep Saini

Navdeep Saini has stated that he is hoping to learn a few tricks from the likes of Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar as he will travel along with them during the World Cup. The Delhi pacer has been named as one of the four net bowlers who will be on the flight to England.
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newscricket21 days ago

IPL 2019 | Umesh Yadav is short on confidence after not being named in World Cup squad, says Ashish Nehra

Royal Challengers Bangalore’s bowling coach Ashish Nehra has stated that Umesh Yadav is lacking confidence after missing out in the 15-man Indian World Cup squad. Yadav last played an One Day International (ODI) for India against the Windies in October 2018 and has been on the sidelines since then.
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newscricketa month ago

VIDEO | Ashish Nehra left stunned in dressing room as Dale Styen castles Suresh Raina with inch-perfect yorker

It was pretty much like rolling the clock back to the past when Dale Steyn put up an exhibition of fine swing bowling at Chinnaswamy tonight. Once he managed to disturb Suresh Raina’s furniture with an inch-perfect yorker, even Ashish Nehra couldn’t believe it and gestured in an amusing manner.
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newscricketa month ago

IPL 2019 | Uncapped Navdeep Saini could make World Cup debut, says Ashish Nehra

RCB's bowling coach Ashish Nehra has backed Navdeep Saini's selection and feels that the latter could actually make his debut this World Cup. Saini, who has been impressive in the ongoing IPL, has been named among the standbys for the World Cup along with Ambati Rayudu and Rishabh Pant.
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newscricketa month ago

Twitter reacts to Hardik Pandya smashing RCB's Ashish Nehera-fuelled plans in one over

It was great to see RCB fight hard despite a below-par total, but what's disheartening to see is the way he failed to seize the moments. Twitter brutally lashed out on RCB for their poor decision of giving the ball to Pawan Negi with Hardik Pandya on the crease in the penultimate over of the game.
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newscricket2 months ago

IPL 2019 | Ashish Nehra calls for better bowling from RCB going forward

Ashish Nehra believes that Royal Challengers Bangalore can surely bowl better in the upcoming matches and need to fire together in order to secure a win. He has further clarified that changing the batting order is a part and parcel of T20 cricket and these alterations will happen no matter what.
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newscricket2 months ago

IPL 2019 | We certainly want to get the best out of each player, asserts Gary Kirsten

Gary Kirsten has revealed that he will not take things lightly in the upcoming edition of the IPL despite it being a World Cup year and wants his players to perform at the highest level. RCB bowling coach, Ashish Nehra, stressed on the fact that there is no better preparation than playing matches.
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newscricket2 months ago

Vijay Shankar can be a match winner for India in the future, claims Ashish Nehra

Ashish Nehra reckons that Vijay Shankar still has room for development to become a top all-rounder but added that he has the ability to be a match winner for India in the future. Shankar proved decisive in the last ODI win against Australia picking the last two wickets in the final over of the game.
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newscricket3 months ago

Mohammed Shami is going to be a “big asset” for India, believes Ashish Nehra

Ashish Nehra is of the opinion that Mohammed Shami is going to be a big asset for the Indian team in near future. The former left-arm pacer has also added that Shami has done well in Tests since the South Africa tour last year by bowling long spells and his fitness has been really impressive.
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newscricket3 months ago

India vs Australia | Ashish Nehra terms KL Rahul’s half-century as “biggest positive” for Team India

Ashish Nehra believes that the way KL Rahul batted in the first T20I in Vizag, it was bound to glad the team management and was the biggest positive from the game. The former India pacer has also added that the opener could have carried on for a bit longer so as to guide the team past 150 runs.
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