Suraj Choudhari

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Suraj Choudhari is an Editor with Sportscafe. He is an avid follower of the game, and plays the sport at club level. He has a radical understanding about the subtle nuances and intricacies of cricket, and tries to express it through paper and pen.

featurecricket3 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | SportsCafe's Team of the Tournament

Penning down the team of the tournament is no less than a dream come true, where you can actually imagine yourself being the chief selector and handpicking 11 players for the side. With the World Cup coming to an end yesterday, here is the combined XI from all the teams from this season.
Suraj Choudhari
featurecricket3 months ago

ENG vs NZ | Takeaways – Ben Stokes historic outing and New Zealand incredible adaptability

If the last ball of the match was not enough, this final went down to the final over where England just managed to emerge victorious on the back of number of boundaries hit in the innings. Ben Stokes produced a match-winning knock to ensure England stayed alive in the hunt till the end.
Suraj Choudhari
featurecricket3 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | England’s predicted XI for the final against New Zealand

England have finally managed to live up to the expectations and made it to the finals after 27 long years. After a potential knockout threat, England have beaten best of the teams on a trot and are now looking in ominous form, which should infuse immense fear in the minds of opposition.
Suraj Choudhari
featurecricket3 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | England’s predicted XI for the semi-final against Australia

Having finished third in the group, England would be pretty much pleased with the late bloom and will look to continue their winning momentum in the semi-final against Australia. They lost the league game against the same side and would seek revival of fortunes in the game that matters the most.
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newscricket3 months ago

IND vs NZ | Takeaways – Virat Kohli’s big match failure and Ravindra Jadeja’s day out

In what could be considered as the biggest upset of the tournament, a direct hit from Martin Guptill resulted in MS Dhoni’s fall, a throw that subsequently ended India’s hopes of qualifying for the final. The Kiwi bowlers successfully defended a modest total of 239, to sculpt a spot in the final.
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featurecricket3 months ago

India’s team combination for the semi-final is baffling, really baffling

Prior to the start of the semi-final, seven out of ten people would have backed Mohammed Shami or Kuldeep Yadav to make the cut. But many eyebrows were raised when Virat Kohli revealed his playing XI at the toss as both the players were axed from the playing XI, in favour of Bhuvi and Jadeja.
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featurecricket3 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Will Australia continue to bask in Mitchell Starc’s glory?

Stokes is valiantly leading the English fight back with 89 runs under his belt while Australia are relentlessly banking on Starc to hammer the final nail. All elated eyes are set at Lord’s, Stokes breathes heavily, Starc steams in, gets into his giant stride, releases the ball and gets it dead right
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featurecricket3 months ago

IND vs SL | Takeaways – No weak-link in India’s top-order and India’s selection conundrum

On the back of fighting tons from Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul, India romped home to another convincing win to finish with 15 points in their kitty at the end of the group stages. Angelo Mathews century went in vain as Indian bowlers did well to keep others quiet and were well supported by the batsmen.
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featurecricket3 months ago

WI vs AFG | Takeaways – Ikram Ali Khil’s brilliant elevation and West Indies’ future in safe hands

In what happens to be a dead rubber, both Afghanistan and West Indies brought their A game to the fore and put up a solid fight till the very last ball. Afghanistan remained winless throughout the tournament while West Indies registered an emphatic win to end up with five wins in their basket.
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featurecricket3 months ago

WI vs SL | Takeaways – Avishka Fernando scales new heights and Sri Lanka’s over-reliance on Lasith Malinga

Sri Lanka snatched their third win by beating the Windies in a run-fest. After Avishka Fernando’s century set the stage ablaze, West Indies replied with a fiery ton by Nicholas Pooran. Thanks to their experienced men, Sri Lanka managed to pull things back in the last three overs and pull off a win.
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