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newscricket24 days ago

IND vs ENG| Virat‌ ‌Kohli‌ ‌has‌ ‌‘personal‌ ‌reasons’‌ ‌for‌ ‌benching‌ ‌Ravichandran‌ ‌Ashwin‌ ‌in‌ ‌the‌ ‌series,‌ ‌alleges‌ ‌Nick‌ ‌Compton‌

Former England cricketer, Nick Compton alleged that Virat Kohli does have some personal reasons for not including Ashwin in the playing XI for successive games. However, Kohli has stated that Ravindra Jadeja perfectly fits the playing XI as he provides balance to the team with the bat as well.
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newscricketa month ago

Kohli gets very abusive and needs to realize that he's an inspiration to youngsters, slams Nick Compton

Former England Test opener Nick Compton has slammed Virat Kohli and stated that he needs to understand that he's a role model for youngsters and shouldn't get as abusive as he does. He added that Kohli is a character, who brings a lot to the table but he shouldn't use foul-mouthed language.
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newscricket7 months ago

IND vs ENG | Pitch conditions challenging but there were runs to be had in third Test, feels Nick Compton

Former England opener Nick Compton has stated that even though the pitch conditions in Ahmedabad were challenging that shouldn't be an excuse for the lack of runs from the batsmen. Compton further added that Rohit Sharma and Zak Crawley proved that runs could be scored on that surface.
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newscricketa year ago

Virat Kohli’s on-field persona similar to Michael Jordan, opines Nick Compton

Former English cricketer Nick Compton, who was a part of the England side which won in India in 2012, compared Virat Kohli to the great Michael Jordan and noted how the former always tries to push the bar. Compton, however, also opined that Kohli needs to be more consistent with his selection.
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featurecricket2 years ago

England, white-ball specialists, and the David Warner myth

If T20 cricket is a 100m sprint and ODIs are a 200m sprint, then maybe you can call Test Cricket as a 10,000m marathon. But this also begs to ask the question - is it fair to consider all three events one and the same, mix the personnel, and expect them to deliver the same results?
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket2 years ago

England’s consistency in being inconsistent with their batsmen - a recipe for disaster

Since the start of 2014, England have handed a whopping 14 batsmen maiden Test caps. While the number in itself is concerning, the performances of the players and the way their selections have been handled have been an abomination, and if not addressed, might turn out to be fatal.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket3 years ago

Credit for India’s formidable pace attack should go to Duncan Fletcher, believes Nick Compton

English cricketer Nick Compton has stated that Duncan Fletcher has played a major role in shaping the current Indian pace attack and should be credited for his work. Compton has added that the former Zimbabwean cricketer should be praised for handling the toughest transition phase in Indian cricket.
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