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RCB deserves to win IPL title, states Virat Kohli

India skipper Virat Kohli, who captains the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) side in the IPL, believes his franchise, that has finished as runners-up thrice, ‘deserves’ to win an IPL title. The Kohli-led RCB side has finished bottom in two of the last three editions of the tournament.
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newscricket14 hours ago

Bob Woolmer was in doubt about declaring early in 2005 Bangalore Test, reveals Inzamam ul Haq

Inzamam ul Haq has revealed that Bob Woolmer was not in support of declaring early in the 2005 Bangalore Test which eventually became Pakistan's one of the most memorable victories in India. Inzamam has also added that Virender Sehwag could have actually changed the game in India's favour.
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newscricket16 hours ago

ICC World Cup 2011 | Yuvraj Singh gave us that balance of the fifth bowler, reveals Zaheer Khan

On India's nine-year anniversary of the 2011 World Cup win, Zaheer Khan has opined that Yuvraj Singh gave a cutting edge to the bowling attack with his full quota of overs in almost every match. Yuvraj emerged as the biggest star for India, scoring 362 runs and picking 15 wickets to go with that.
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newscricket19 hours ago

Indian Cricket team wanted to win 2011 World Cup badly and we did it, reveals Zaheer Khan

Looking back at the win, Zaheer Khan has admitted that the team was desperate to win the 2011 World Cup at home, which he also saw as a great opportunity for the veterans to bow out. Zaheer added that the MS Dhoni and Gautam Gambhir partnership was instrumental in making his day a momentous one.
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newscricket19 hours ago

Was confident that I could open and attack New Zealand bowlers, recalls Sachin Tendulkar

Looking back at his career, Sachin Tendulkar has admitted that he was so confident that he could open the innings in place of the injured Navjot Singh Sidhu and attack the Kiwi bowlers in 1994. The Indian legend also revealed that it took some time to convince Mohammed Azharuddin and Ajit Wadekar.
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newscricket20 hours ago

Gautam Gambhir pledges two years’ salary as MP to PM - CARES relief fund

Gautam Gambhir has announced to contribute his two years’ salary as an MP to the Prime Minister Cares Fund to tackle the coronavirus pandemic by the central government. Gambhir had earlier pledged a month’s salary for the cause and had also released Rs 1 crore from his MPLAD fund.
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newscricketa day ago

2011 World Cup was won by entire India, not by one Six, states Gautam Gambhir

Gautam Gambhir is clearly not pleased with the importance given to the MS Dhoni World Cup final six, reminding that the WC was won by the entire Indian team and support staff. Gambhir scored a valuable 97 runs in the final to compliment MS Dhoni’s match-winning effort of unbeaten 91 runs.
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newscricketa day ago

AB de Villiers and Jos Buttler toughest to bowl in death overs, claims Jasprit Bumrah

In an Instagram live video, Jasprit Bumrah has revealed that AB de Villiers and Jos Buttler are the toughest batsmen to bowl to in the death overs, purely because of their ability to play all around the ground. He also revealed how the wickets at Hyderabad suited him over Wankhede as a bowler.
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newscricket2 days ago

We have not spoken about players pay-cut, reveals Arun Dhumal

BCCI Treasurer Arun Dhumal has stated that there has been no talk about players taking a pay cut yet and the decisions will be taken judiciously keeping the interest of all people in mind. Dhumal has further added that the things can be discussed once the COVID-19 pandemic subsides.
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newscricket2 days ago

MS Dhoni's 2011 World Cup final innings one of the best innings I had seen under pressure, asserts Simon Taufell

Simon Taufell has rewinded the clock back to the 2011 WC final and stated that MS Dhoni's 91-run innings was one of the best under pressure he had ever seen. The umpire has also added the fireworks after the game had him ducking for cover along with the players, who were diving for souvenir stumps.
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