newscricket14 days ago

9 Things you missed | From Jason Holder cutting his nails on the sidelines to Rihanna crying over Brathwaite's dismissal

Windies - so close, yet so far. You must have been very busy watching all the mainstream things that happened today. But meanwhile, we were keeping an eye on incidents that most of you might have missed. So here are the 9 incidents from today's match that you might have totally missed.
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newscricket14 days ago

Twitter reacts as Fabian Allen takes a blinder to dismiss Kusal Mendis

A century by young Avishka Fernando helped Sri Lanka post over 300 on the board. Windies were terrible with their fielding but Fabian Allen's stunner to dismiss Kusal Mendis was one of the best moments from first innings of the match. Fans on Twitter went berserk and reacted on the same.
Soumil Khare
newscricket14 days ago

VIDEO | Shannon Gabriel escapes freak injury with bails narrowly missing his eyes

Mark Boucher’s career ended prematurely due to a bail hitting his eyes and it was no less than a heart-break for his fans and the fraternity. West Indies speedster escaped a similar tragedy during the game against Sri Lanka when a direct hit clonked the bails into his face and just missed the eye.
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newscricketa month ago

8 things you missed | From Cottrell's insane throw to West Indies fan furious after a dropped catch

Oh! You say you missed a lot of things in today's match between West Indies and Bangladesh? It's fine, don't worry. I have got your back! I knew this would happen and that's why I sat through the entire game to collect 8 things that you missed during the match! Go on and enjoy the article.
Srijith Gopal
featurecricketa month ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | West Indies' predicted XI for the encounter against Bangladesh

In a matchup between two teams who have an outside chance of making it into the semifinals of the World Cup, West Indies will definitely started as the favorites. However, they will need to be at the top of their game with Bangladesh already giving a few teams a run for their money in this WC.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricket2 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | West Indies’ predicted XI for the game against Pakistan at Trent Bridge

The surprise package of the tournament, West Indies will fancy their chances on the batting-friendly surface of Trent Bridge against Pakistan. With the return of few experienced players, Windies are the side to watch out for and have a well-oiled side, which is a combination of experience and youth.
Suraj Choudhari
newscricket5 months ago

Windies vs England | Ian Bishop feels instead of ban, education could be a better option for Shannon Gabriel

Legendary Cricketer Ian Bishop has stated that the punishment handed to Shannon Gabriel for a homophobic slur directed at Joe Root was a little harsh. While acknowledging that the bowler had erred in his choice of words, he stated that educating the players would have been a better option.
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newscricket5 months ago

Moeen Ali insists stump mic is essential to restrict sledging

England all-rounder Moeen Ali wants officials to turn up the volume of stump mics in order to curb sledging amongst opposition players in the near future. However, Three Lions’ coach Trevor Bayliss has a different opinion on the same as he wants to reduce the volume of mics to protect players.
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newscricket5 months ago

Windies vs England | Shannon Gabriel apologizes to Joe Root over his homophobic remarks

Windies pacer Shannon Gabriel has formally apologized to England skipper Joe Root and anyone else who was offended by his on-field homophobic remarks during the St.Lucia Test. Gabriel added that he was attempting to break through his own tension while sledging at Root and Joe Denly.
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newscricket5 months ago

Windies vs England | Shannon Gabriel banned for four ODIs after homophobic slur

Shannon Gabriel has been banned for the first four One-Day Internationals of the upcoming five-match series against England for abusive comments on captain Joe Root during the third Test in St. Lucia. Gabriel was found guilty of breaching article 2.13 of the ICC Code of Conduct.
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