newscricket8 days ago

Shoaib Malik suffers concussion after Colin Munro throw hits him on the head

Shoaib Malik suffered a blow on the back of the head while running between the wickets during the fourth ODI against New Zealand in Hamilton which resulted in a concussion. However, after hitting the all-rounder’s head, the ball went to the boundary which gave Pakistan five overthrow runs.
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newscricket12 days ago

WATCH : Commentators left in splits after Kane Williamson's fielding blunder

Whether it's a bat flying out of batsman's hand or a horrible fielding mess-up, the cricket field has seen many funny incidents over the course of time. Kiwis' Kane Williamson produced the latest one in the game against Pakistan, as his a comical attempt at a run left the commentators in splits.
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newscricketa month ago

WATCH | Ross Taylor gives weird reaction after Rovman Powell bowls last ball wide to deny him a fifty

Sportsmanship is a quality, one cannot thrust upon a team or a player but is rather expected from them. West Indies chose not to show it today when bowler Rovman Powell's bowled a seemingly intentional last-ball wide that denied New Zealand's Ross Taylor his fifty, leaving the batsman speechless.
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newscricketa month ago

WATCH : Ian Gould changes his decision FOUR times for a simple DRS call

Although umpiring might be the most challenging job in cricket, the technology on offer seems to have made things easier for the officials or has it? The Day 3 of the NZ-Windies Test saw the third umpire forgetting to use ball-tracking for an LBW review that ensued in confusing drama at Seddon Park.
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newscricketa month ago

WATCH | Kiwi players cannot stop laughing as Sunil Ambris gets out hit wicket, AGAIN

Sunil Ambris’ Test career has just gone from being weird to weirder as he found himself being dismissed off an identical hit wicket for a second time in three innings. It was during the second Test and the Kiwi players couldn’t hide their laughter as the newbie remained shell-shocked.
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newscricketa month ago

WATCH : Trent Boult self-commentates during his 37-run cameo

The usage of stump mic in cricket has resulted in many funny incidents coming to the fore and MS Dhoni’s comments behind the stumps making people realize the kind of talk that occurs on the field. Yesterday, it was Trent Boult's turn to be laughably vocal during his unbeaten 37 against West Indies.
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newscricket2 months ago

WATCH : Sunil Ambris becomes the first batsman to be out hit wicket for golden duck on debut

West Indies’ debutant Sunil Ambris secured an unwanted record on his name by being the very first batsman in the history of Test cricket to be out hit wicket for a golden duck on Test debut. Ambris is also just the sixth batsman overall to be out hit wicket for a golden duck in a Test innings.
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newscricket2 months ago

Captaincy is not about being the boss, it's also about controlling your temper, says Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly has cited an incident, during the famous Natwest series win, where he lost his temper at Virender Sehwag but controlled his emotions which actually helped India win that game. Ganguly also praised the way Virat Kohli has come out in support of the under scrutiny MS Dhoni.
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newscricket2 months ago

Virat Kohli doesn’t need to protect MS Dhoni, says Kapil Dev

MS Dhoni has found support in the form of Kapil Dev who feels India's most successful skipper does not need to be protected from anyone. He added that Dhoni will quit the day he thinks he is not good enough and stated that the Virat Kohli knows what is good for the Indian team.
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newscricket2 months ago

“I’ll do it don’t worry”, Hardik Pandya had said Virat Kohli during the final over

Virat Kohli has showered praise upon Hardik Pandya, who not only kept his nerves during the last over of the third T20I against New Zealand but had also reassured the skipper claiming, “I’ll do it don’t worry”. Kohli also revealed that they had confidence that Pandya’s off-cutters will work.
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