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Suddenly from Maharaj, I had joined the ranks of the oppressed, recalls Sourav Ganguly

Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly admitted that the whole situation involving then India coach Greg Chappell and himself catapulted his image from an undisputed king to just another peasant. Ganguly said that losing the captaincy in 2005 was a big disappointment at that time in his career.
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newscricket4 hours ago

Despite series loss, Ottis Gibson decides to focus on the positives

After losing the T20I series 1-2 to India yesterday, South African coach Ottis Gibson believes that there are enough positives to take away from the series. Gibson has also added that Chris Morris is a match-winner in his own right, but needs to introspect in order to perform better.
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newscricket5 hours ago

MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli rested for Nidahas Trophy; Rohit Sharma to lead India

The Indian senior selection committee has decided to rest MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli for the upcoming tri-nation T20I tournament in Sri Lanka, BCCI announced today. In the absence of two talismanic players of the team, Rohit Sharma will lead the side with Shikhar Dhawan acting as his deputy.
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newscricket5 hours ago

Rahul Dravid takes a pay cut to establish parity in Under-19 prize money

To ensure every member of the support staff and even those who worked with the squad in the past would get an equal cash incentive, Rahul Dravid has taken a pay cut from the U-19 WC prize money. According to a revised list of cash awards, every member of the coaching staff will receive Rs 25 lakh.
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newscricket7 hours ago

Suresh Raina thanks Virat Kohli for sacrificing his No.3 spot for him

Suresh Raina has shared his gratitude towards Virat Kohli for letting him bat at the No.3 position despite the Indian skipper having an excellent record in that role. The Chennai Super Kings star has also added that it is just a matter of time before he makes his comeback to India's ODI side.
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featurecricket16 hours ago

Suresh Raina finds new lease of life with little contributions

He can make you happy and can let you vent out the frustrations at equal measure. Has there ever been a bigger superstar in the Indian Premier League than him? The answer is simply No. For all his majesty, Chris Gayle and Virat Kohli haven’t been greater than him and there is a reason behind it.
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featurecricket16 hours ago

Indian players rated and slated from their thrilling win to clinch series

India wrapped up the T20I series with a seven-run victory at the place where it all started to cap off the series on a high. While Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s excellent bowling was the main reason behind India’s victory, Suresh Raina was the star of the show with his sublime all-round performance.
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newscricket17 hours ago

India vs South Africa | India wrap up tour with thriller at Newlands

After the Indian batting order could only manage 172 in the first innings, the Indian bowling attack showed up and ensured the score was enough to secure a seven-run win for the visitors. Despite, Christiaan Jonker scoring a valiant 49, he failed to get his side over the line in the final T20I.
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newscricket18 hours ago

Twitter reacts as Tabraiz Shamsi drops sitters to help India win the T20 series

While Rohit Sharma went out for cheap and Virat Kohli didn't turn up, it was Tabraiz Shamsi who took away the cake after dropping catches of Shikhar Dhawan and Suresh Raina, who helped India set up the target. A ruthless Twitterati left the wrist spinner no slack while trolling his buttery fingers.
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newscricket19 hours ago

VIDEO | Sunil Gavaskar’s “curse” results in Suresh Raina’s wicket

Since the start of the limited-overs series, almost everything has gone Indian’s way - ALMOST. After messing up Virat Kohli’s stats during commentary and attempting a crass joke at Jaydev Unadkat, Sunil Gavaskar put the commentator’s curse on Suresh Raina, who got dismissed on the very next ball.
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