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Faizan Qadiri

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Everything Sporty

featuresports5 days ago

What if Wednesday | What if Sourav Ganguly played in the 2010s

We know that Sourav Ganguly was born on July 8, 1972, and went on to play a grand total of 424 international games for the country in a 16-year-span between 1992 and 2008. But what if Ganguly, instead, was born a decade later, and what if the ‘Prince of Kolkata’ played in the 2010s?
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricket3 months ago

Super Sixes SRL | AUS vs SA Evaluation Chart - Classy Rassie leads Protea fire against desperate Aussies

A great performance with the ball by Imran Tahir (1/18) and a classy unbeaten 42 by Rassie van der Dussen helped South Africa beat Australia by eight wickets. Aaron Finch (60) was the only bright spot for the Aussies in a game where they were comprehensively outclassed in every department.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricket8 months ago

IND vs BAN | 2nd T20I Evaluation Chart - The most entertaining non-competitive game you will see

After the Delhi T20I, India were back to their very best, at least as far as batting was concerned, and sealed a comfortable 8-wicket victory to level the series. However, more than the result of this game, it was the way that it played out that will remain in the minds of many for quite some time.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricketa year ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | England's Predicted XI for Old Trafford clash against Afghanistan

After Jason Roy suffered a hamstring tear, James Vince will get his first start of the World Cup while Eoin Morgan seems to have been fit for the game. This will be the second encounter in the World Cup between both the teams and it will take a lot for the Afghans to get the better of the hosts.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricketa year 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
featurecricketa year ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | India's predicted XI for the high-voltage encounter against Pakistan

the most-anticipated game of the tournament is around the corner as arch-rivals India and Pakistan are all set to lock horns at Old Trafford on Sunday. India are without the services of Shikhar Dhawan, which creates an opportunity for Vijay Shankar to make an immediate impact at No. 4 spot.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricketa year ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Sri Lanka's predicted XI for the game against Australia

After two back to back washed out games that they could have won, Sri Lanka are up against another team from the Southern Hemisphere. A win could give them a chance to make it into the top four but a loss could very well end their chances of making the top four considering their remaining fixtures.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricketa year ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Australia's predicted XI for the encounter against Sri Lanka

Before England completed their fourth game today, Australia were the only team to be afforded that luxury by the Rain Gods. With three wins in four games, the defending champions will know that another two points against Sri Lanka tomorrow will see them take over the top spot from New Zealand.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricketa year ago

AFG vs NZ | Takeaways - Afghanistan’s biggest problem and ICC's passive approach to concussion

New Zealand continued their winning streak in the World Cup - notching up a hat-trick of wins - against an Afghanistan side that lost Rashid Khan for the second innings. While the game highlighted the Kiwi’s strengths, another Afghan defeat showcased the real problem as a painfully obvious one.
Faizan Qadiri
featurecricketa year ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | South Africa’s Predicted XI for tournament opener against England

And there you go. Another edition of the ICC World Cup is upon us and it will start with a game between South Africa and England at the historic Oval tomorrow. As the world is putting England as the favourites, South Africa could well be the dark horse and fly under the radar.
Faizan Qadiri