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ENG vs IND | Virat Kohli passed the captaincy Test with flying colors, remarks Nasser Hussain

Former England captain Nasser Hussain has lauded Virat Kohli for his spectacular captaincy during the fourth-Test against England at The Oval. Kohli managed his bowlers in an organized manner on the final day, which helped the visitors seal a 157-run victory and take a 2-1 lead in the series.
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newscricket17 days ago

ENG vs IND | Virat Kohli bears the extra burden of captaining India, reckons Nasser Hussain

After India’s poor performance with the bat in the first innings of the fourth Test at Oval, Nasser Hussain is of the opinion that Virat Kohli bears the extra burden of captaining India. He added that the English pacers have executed their plans well against the Indian batsmen in the series.
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newscricket19 days ago

ENG VS IND | Ravichandran Ashwin must play at The Oval, asserts Nasser Hussain

Nasser Hussain has asserted that Ravichandran Ashwin should have played the third Test at Headingley, which India lost by an innings margin, and added that the all-rounder should certainly play at The Oval. Ashwin, the second-ranked Test bowler, didn't feature in any of the first three Tests.
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newscricket20 days ago

ENG vs IND | 'Don't write India off' – Nasser Hussain warns England ahead of the fourth Test

After England's thumping victory against India by an innings and 76 runs in the third Test at Headingley, Nasser Hussain has warned the hosts not to write India off the series. Hussain recalled India's fightback in Australia after they had been bowled out for 36 in the first Test in Adelaide.
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newscricketa month ago

Sunil Gavaskar hits back at Nasser Hussain, claims that no previous Indian side was bullied

Sunil Gavaskar expressed his displeasure at Nasser Hussain's Daily Mail column, where he had suggested that previous Indian sides were bullied unlike Virat Kohli's men, and disagreed with the assertion. He also added that aggression doesn't necessarily mean to be in the face of the opposition.
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newscricketa month ago

IND vs ENG | Headingley looked flat this year, but England and India are two vulnerable batting line-ups, says Nasser Hussain

Ahead of the third Test between India and England at Headingley, Nasser Hussain has called the batting line-ups of the two sides vulnerable, while pointing out that the game can change at any given juncture over the course of five days. India, after their emphatic win at Lord's, lead the series 1-0.
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newscricketa month ago

ENG vs IND | Don't write off England yet, they played lot of good cricket at Lord's, asserts Nasser Hussain

Former English skipper Nasser Hussain has warned people from writing off England for the remainder of the Test series against India and stated that they did play a lot of good cricket at Lord's. He also had words of praise for all-rounder Ollie Robinson and reckoned that he's the find for England.
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newscricket2 months ago

Alex Hales’ continued omission must be down to ‘some other reason’, not just drugs, claims Nasser Hussain

Nasser Hussain, astonished by England’s continued omission of Alex Hales, asserted that the opener’s exclusion cannot be just down to his failed drug test, claiming that there must be ‘some other reason’ for his absence. Despite picking a ‘C’ team against Pakistan, ECB overlooked an in-form Hales.
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newscricket3 months ago

ENG vs IND | Bhuvneshwar Kumar should be called up for England Tests, reckons Nasser Hussain

Former English skipper Nasser Hussain has stressed the inclusion of Bhuvneshwar Kumar over his ability to swing the ball when India take on England in a five-match Test series in August. Hussain feels even if Bhuvneshwar gets to play for two-three games it will largely benefit India.
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newscricket3 months ago

WTC Final | Kohli's dismissal today reminiscent of his struggles against Anderson in 2014, opines Nasser Hussain

England commentator Nasser Hussain has compared the bowling line of Kyle Jamieson, who dismissed Indian skipper Virat Kohli twice in the WTC final, to that of James Anderson in the infamous 2014 tour. Poking at one wide of off stump, Kohli threw his hands to perish to the lanky seamer.
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