newscricket20 days ago

New Zealand vs England | Kane Williamson lauds the steel shown by his team in second Test

After New Zealand managed to eke out a draw in the second Test, skipper Kane Williamson lauded the efforts of his teammates and said that the guys showed a lot of steel during the game. He has also praised Neil Wagner and Ish Sodhi for their performances and termed them as ‘phenomenal’.
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newscricket24 days ago

I get a bit ahead of myself and try too much: Mark Wood

England pacer Mark Wood, who scored a vital 52 in the ongoing second Test against New Zealand, revealed that he tries to get ahead of himself while batting. He credited the New Zealand bowlers for bowling well before his partnership with Jonny Bairstow has turned the momentum in England’s favor.
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newscricket25 days ago

SRH skipper Kane Williamson: David Warner is not a bad guy by any means

Sunrisers Hyderabad's new skipper Kane Williamson has come out in support of disgraced Australian batsman David Warner who has been given a 12-month ban for the whole ‘Sandpapergate’ incident in the Newlands Test. Williamson has also added that Warner will have to learn from his mistake and move on.
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newscricketa month ago

Kane Williamson: Respect is certainly there for Martin Crowe and what he’s done for the game

Kane Williamson shot down claims of him being the best kiwi batsman of all time by reminding people of the legendary Martin Crowe, who has clearly been the best they have ever produced. This came after Williamson scored a record-breaking 18th Test ton, surpassing Ross Taylor and Martin Crowe.
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newscricketa month ago

New Zealand vs England 2018 | Trevor Bayliss feels England played like rabbits in the headlights

England head coach Trevor Bayliss admitted that he was embarrassed after England collapsed for 58 against New Zealand in the first Test which left him struggling for answers. He has also criticized the batsmen’s footwork and said that they looked a little bit like rabbits in the headlights.
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newscricketa month ago

IPL 2018 | Mitchell Santner ruled out of Chennai Super Kings' campaign due to knee injury

Mitchell Santner will not be able to play for Chennai Super Kings in the upcoming IPL as he suffered a knee injury, the New Zealand team said on Wednesday. The spinner has also been ruled out of the upcoming England Test series and will not play in the first ever Day Night Test in New Zealand.
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newscricketa month ago

ICC Test Rankings | Ravichandran Ashwin moves up two spots; Kagiso Rabada rises to top

Kagiso Rabada regained the top spot and Ravichandran Ashwin moved up two spots in the newly released ICC Test rankings. Australia, England and New Zealand are in contention of winning the riches for a third or fourth spot finish as India and South Africa are guaranteed the top two spots.
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newscricket2 months ago

Eoin Morgan: If this happens consistently, we will have to do something about it

Eoin Morgan admits that the collapse of the English batting order was a rare occurrence as he called for a sense of calm amidst fears of a repetition of the same display in the future. Morgan added that losing four wickets for just 20 runs ultimately made the difference in the outcome of the game.
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newscricket2 months ago

VIDEO | Mark Chapman pulls off a Chris Lynn but Mitchell Santner balances it in true Jasprit Bumrah style

Boundary-line efforts have been hyped after Chris Lynn's catch during the 2014 IPL and many fielders try to recreate it every now and then. While Mark Chapman would have been proud of the way he plucked one out of thin air today, he was left disappointed after the umpire ruled the ball as no-ball.
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newscricket2 months ago

Smith will step down from T20I captaincy if he feels workload, says David Warner

David Warner has stated that it would depend on Steven Smith to step down from T20I captaincy for him to take over, after his brilliant captaincy in the ongoing tri-series has led many to suggest it. Many former players and coach have been in favour of having different captains in different formats.
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