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newscricketa month ago

Talked to MS Dhoni and understood him better after 2013, recalls Ishant Sharma

Ishant Sharma, who has spent a chunk of career under MS Dhoni, has recalled that he only started talking to MS Dhoni in a bid to understand him better after 2013. The pacer added that Dhoni is always cool on and off the field before admitting that one can talk to him anytime.
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newscricket2 months ago

Workload management behind Indian bowling unit’s success, reckons Bharat Arun

Talking about workload management and how the management has taken steps to control the workload, Bharat Arun believes that managing the bowling unit’s workload has led to their success. He also revealed that finding the right balance has helped the bowlers bowl constantly at over 140 kmph.
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newscricket2 months ago

MS Dhoni is such a big player; have a lot of memories with him, reveals Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami has stated that MS Dhoni is a big player, with the pacer adding that he has a lot of memories with the former Indian skipper. While admitting that it would be fun to have him back into the team, he has recalled how Dhoni used to sit with everyone and have dinner.
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newscricket2 months ago

Jasprit Bumrah’s variety in bowling is one of a kind, hails Karsan Ghavri

Former India cricketer Karsan Ghavri has admitted that Jasprit Bumrah’s variations as a fast bowler are incredible and something he has never seen before. The veteran pacer also hailed the Indian pace unit, spearheaded by Bumrah and Mohammad Shami, as the best in the world, currently.
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newscricket3 months ago

Shami creates more pressure by bowling constantly in right areas, feels Michael Holding

Michael Holding has stated that Mohammed Shami creates more pressure on the batsmen by bowling in the right areas constantly, during his spells. Holding also added that Shami uses control as his strength in the absence of speed and height to move the ball and fox the batsmen at the crease.
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newscricket3 months ago

You can only keep learning from brilliant individual MS Dhoni, reveals Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami has admitted that one can only keep learning from the brilliance of MS Dhoni, with the pacer having made his debut under the former skipper. On top of that, Shami recalled an incident where Dhoni was cross with the pacer after he bowled a bouncer showing his anger over a drop.
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newscricket3 months ago

Hand-eye coordination takes time to align perfectly post lock-down, admits Rohit Sharma

The Indian vice-captain has revealed that it might take nearly a month or so for the batsmen to regain their hand-eye coordination and align it perfectly post the lock-down. He also did add that before cricket resumes, the batsmen will at least need a month’s intense practise to regain their rhythm.
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newscricket3 months ago

Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah compete even in the training sessions, reveals Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma has said that there is a heavy competition between Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah even in the training session. The 33-year-old also added that he practised playing wide yorkers since the 2013-14 season when he was still playing in the middle-order for India and the Mumbai Indians.
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newscricket4 months ago

Didn’t have any idea about reverse swing in beginning, admits Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami has revealed that he did not have an idea about how the ball would reverse swing during the beginning of his career, adding that he picked it up just like any other skill. The pacer also added that bowling in different formats requires a mindset change with the need to adapt.
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newscricket5 months ago

Legends and pundits react to India's first loss in World Test Championship

After a thumping T20I whitewash against New Zealand, India kept on disappointing every Indian fan with their shambolic performance in three-match ODI and first Test match. Cricketing fraternity took to Twitter to express their perception on Team India's drastic failure over Kiwis.
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