newscricket1 month ago

BBL 2022-23 | Twitter reacts to Alex Hales’ show of sportsmanship after his big hit injures spectator's eye

With the tendency of batters to clear the fence frequently in recent times, spectators often get hurt with a body blow. One such incident occurred in the BBL on Tuesday as Alex Hales’ huge hit injured the eye of an individual but the batter immediately followed it up with an apology.
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newscricket2 months ago

Abu Dhabi T10 | Twitter reacts to Chris Lynn's 'scissor' ripping both Alex Hales' 'paper' and dreams of avoiding taking strike

When cricketers from around the world come together to play for franchises, their preferences often overlap which can either cause friction or lead to some hilarious. Alex Hales and Chris Lynn chose the latter path in the Abu Dhabi T10 as they indulged in a silly game to decide who takes the strike.
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newscricket2 months ago

Haven’t put much thought into playing ODI World Cup, states Alex Hales

Alex Hales has hinted at the possibility of not playing the ODI World Cup in India next year saying he hasn’t put much thought into focusing on the format. Hales also remarked that playing in subcontinent conditions helped him improve his game against quality spin bowlers in franchise cricket.
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newscricket3 months ago

ICC World T20 | Twitter reacts as Shaheen Shah Afridi produces Wasim Akram-esque inswing to outfox Alex Hales

Shaheen Shah Afridi is one the most fearsome fast bowlers in world cricket because of his ability to trouble the best batters by swinging the ball both ways. The 22-year-old displayed his brilliance in the T20 World Cup final once again by bowling a superb swinging delivery to dismiss Alex Hales.
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newscricket3 months ago

ICC World T20 | Twitter reacts as stellar show by England openers axes India’s hopes of final with 10-wicket win

England showed no mercy during their run chase against India in the semi-final as they slaughtered the bowlers en route to a record 10-wicket victory. Despite setting a commendable target of 169, the English openers proved to be too good on the day and ran away with the game right from the word go.
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newscricket3 months ago

ICC World T20 | Twitter and Rohit Sharma fume at Mohammed Shami's bizarre decision allowing England to run four

High-pressure moments can cause the brain to work in bizarre ways and make decisions even amateurs would never even think about. Mohammed Shami while fielding attempted an unnecessary relay throw on Thursday only to end up banishing the ball to no man’s land thus costing his team two runs.
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newscricket3 months ago

ICC World T20 | England have always risen to big occasions in last few years, remarks Alex Hales

Alex Hales has stated ahead of the semi-final clash against India that England have always stepped up on big occasions and they will continue to do so in the upcoming game. Hales further added that they have a lot of match winners and confident cricketers which makes them a strong side.
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newscricket4 months ago

T20 World Cup 2022 | India, Pakistan, Australia, and England will make it to semi-finals, predicts Alex Hales

England batter Alex Hales has claimed that India, Pakistan, Australia and England will reach the semi-finals in the T20 World Cup 2022. Hales also stated that he would like to prefer Babar Azam to open with him as his batting partner and it would be a nice feeling to pair up with the Pakistan star.
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newscricket4 months ago

PAK vs ENG 2022 | Scoring a fifty on return is stuff dreams are made of, states Alex Hales

While reflecting on his half-century for England on his return against Pakistan in the first T20I, Alex Hales has stated that it was stuff dreams are made of. Hales also added that three years of being out of the team felt like forever and it was a special feeling to script an international return.
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newscricket5 months ago

I did not think the chance would come again, admits Alex Hales on England comeback

Alex Hales has opened up on his return to the England side after a three year exile, expressing the pain he felt sitting out of the team and seeing them win the World Cup without him. He went on to affirm that he believes he has matured and learnt from his past errors to be where he is now.
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