newscricket24 days ago

Twitter reacts to Nathan Lyon recreating Moeen Ali catch against Mark Stoneman

There were some moments in the game of cricket which left the viewers in an unusual moment and one of them came during the 4th Test of Ashes. Nathan Lyon took a stunning catch off Mark Stoneman with one hand while bowling and that left the fans awestruck and they went berserk on Twitter.
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reportcricketa month ago

Australia go 2-0 up after England succumb to Mitchell Starc bowling

Australia registered a comprehensive 120-run victory on the last day of the second Test at Adelaide after England's lower order failed to survive Mitchell Starc's onslaught. With this loss, England's hopes of retaining the Ashes urn further faded as they have only three more matches for a comeback.
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newscricketa month ago

Twitter reacts to Barmy Army trolling Steve Smith for messing up reviews

Cricket can be a cruel game at times as fortunes can change faster than the weather in England. After Steve Smith was criticized by the English for his incessant laughter in the press conference after the first game, it was the Aussie captain who was on the receiving end, after his DRS gaffe.
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newscricket2 months ago

WATCH | Michael Slater goes berserk after Nathan Lyon takes a one-handed stunner

There are moments when even people who have been watching the sport for ages are left dumbfounded by moments that occur on the field. After Ali was dismissed by a stunning catch by Nathan Lyon, Slater, while commentating, could not control his emotions to the amusement of Vaughan and Pietersen.
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newscricket2 months ago

WATCH | Tim Paine successfully appeals alone twice and Twitter went crazy

In the social media era, where fans have numerous ways of criticizing players, Tim Paine is no exception. However, after getting rid of Moeen Ali earlier today, when another one of Paine's successful lone appeals saw Stuart Broad returning to the pavilion for which Twitter heaped praise on him.
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newscricket2 months ago

WATCH | Tim Paine’s lone appeal results in controversial Moeen Ali departure

It is very hard to avoid controversies in cricket, especially when two rival teams face each other. On Day 4 of the Gabba Test, after Tim Pain’s lone appeal for a Moeen Ali stumping was referred to the TV umpire, cricket pundits found themselves on two ends of the spectrum about the final decision.
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newscricket2 months ago

WATCH | Tim Paine drops a sitter; gets trolled on Twitter

Tim Paine's selection in the Australian squad, ahead of Mathew Wade and Peter Nevill, created a huge debate all around the world and, today, Paine has added fuel to the fire. On Day 1 of the first Ashes Test, he missed an easy sitter behind the stumps when James Vince (83) was at 68.
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newscricket2 months ago

MasterChef ? Nathan Lyon's kitchen antics delay Sheffield Shield match by 30 minutes

Cricket matches have been interrupted innumerable times before, for reasons strange and stranger, and Nathan Lyon’s kitchen incident would definitely enter the top bin. He was busy watching cricket in the dressing room forgetting his burnt toast until it set off the fire alarm and stopped the game.
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newscricket4 months ago

ICC Test Rankings : Virat Kohli slips one place; Nathan Lyon enters top 10

Virat Kohli has dropped to 5th place in the latest ICC Test rankings, after scoring just 161 runs in 4 innings against Sri Lanka, With David Warner replacing him in the top-5. Meanwhile, Nathan Lyon reached career-best eighth position after claiming 22 wickets in two Tests against Bangladesh.
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newscricket5 months ago

Sabbir Rahman’s aggressive approach reminds Nathan Lyon of Virat Kohli

Australia off-spinner Nathan Lyon feels there are shades of Virat Kohli in Bangladesh’s Sabbir Rahman after the youngster pulled off an aggressive 66 runs coming at number seven. His timely knock has helped Bangladesh put up a fighting score of 305 in the first innings of the second Test.
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