newscricketa month ago

IPL 2019 | Steve Smith and David Warner to miss end stages of IPL

Australian batsmen, Steve Smith and David Warner, who play for Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League, would miss the end stages of the tournament. The World Cup-bound duo is expected to leave for a national training camp, scheduled from May 2 in Brisbane.
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newscricketa month ago

ICC World Cup | Steve Smith, David Warner make it to Australia squad

Steve Smith and David Warner, who will make a return to international cricket after a year, have been directly included in Australia’s 15-man World Cup squad. Wicketkeeper Peter Handscomb, who’s played all of Australia’s last 13 ODI games, and pace bowler Josh Hazlewood have been left out.
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newscricketa month ago

IPL 2019 | Dale Steyn all set to replace injured Nathan Coulter-Nile at Royal Challengers Bangalore

South African pacer Dale Steyn, who had played 28 games for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the past, has been roped in by the side as a replacement for injured Nathan Coulter-Nile. The Bengaluru-based franchise is sitting at the bottom of the table without a single win in six games so far.
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newscricket3 months ago

VIDEO | Aaron Finch almost injures teammates’ with wild celebration following Rohit Sharma wicket

Despite being categorized amongst the non-contact sports in the world, Cricket does have numerous situations that increase injury chances of the participants. And Aaron Finch could have added one new to the list after his wild celebration following Rohit Sharma’s wicket knew no bounds.
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newscricket3 months ago

India vs Australia | MS Dhoni played a hell of an innings, says Nathan Coulter-Nile

After India’s six-wicket win against the Aussies in Hyderabad yesterday, Nathan Coulter-Nile has said that it was a hell of an innings played by MS Dhoni. The Aussie pacer has also added that the game was a competitive one and the rest of the matches in the series will be tighter.
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newscricket3 months ago

VIDEO | Nathan Coulter-Nile not given run-out despite his entire body being in the air

After the run-out rule change by the MCC and ICC, batsmen have been breathing easily and a lot of run-out options have died down drastically. Nathan Coulter-Nile was the beneficiary of the same as he was declared safe despite his entire body was in the air when the ball hit the stumps.
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newscricket3 months ago

India vs Australia | When Jasprit Bumrah has an over at the death, it is always hard, says Aaron Finch

Aaron Finch has stated that the game can always turn around when Jasprit Bumrah has an over to bowl in the death. The Australian skipper also commended the efforts of Nathan Coulter-Nile and Glenn Maxwell as Australia prevailed over India in the first T20I of the series in Vizag.
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newscricket3 months ago

VIDEO | MS Dhoni fools cameraman for “huge six” to play a normal dot ball off Nathan Coulter-Nile

MS Dhoni’s inability to hit clean was so evident that India could only manage a single boundary in the last 10 overs. That frustrated spectators and cameraman alike as the latter even turned the camera upward, thinking the MS Dhoni shot went for a six, but as it turned out, it was a dot ball.
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newscricket4 months ago

VIDEO | Third umpire declares Ben Dunk “Out” despite fielder admitting the "drop"

The soft-signal rule has done more harm than good in the cricketing world and the ongoing edition of the BBL has been hugely affected by it. Yesterday, Ben Dunk had to rue his luck after the on-field umpire gave the soft-signal as “Out” despite the fielder admitting that he had dropped the catch.
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newscricket5 months ago

VIDEO | Rashid Khan invents ‘Dhobi Pachhad’ shot to smash Coulter-Nile for a six

Ever since the start of T20 cricket, batsmen have come up with innovative shots and surprised one and all with their improvisation in modern day cricket. After MS Dhoni’s ‘Helicopter Shot’ and Tilakratne Dilshan’s ‘DilScoop’, now we have a new shot in cricket and this one came from Rashid Khan.
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