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newscricket4 days ago

Mayank Agarwal will get better with time after early promise, asserts Ashish Nehra

Heaping praise on Mayank Agarwal, Ashish Nehra has asserted that the talented batsman will only get better by time after his early promise in Indian colours. The former pacer also stated that the opener will bounce back after the learning curve in the earlier series against New Zealand.
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newscricket5 days ago

Ravi Shastri gives Virat Kohli his space which extracts the best out of him, states Ashish Nehra

Ashish Nehra has stated that Ravi Shastri gives Virat Kohli his space, which helps the management get the best out of the Indian captain. While adding that they share a good relationship, Nehra admitted that it should be a 50-50 partnership between the two which would help the team.
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newscricket6 days ago

IPL 2020 | Hope no Jofra Archer-like breach happens in IPL, says Ashish Nehra

Former Indian pacer Ashish Nehra hopes for no Jofra Archer-like breach to happen in the forthcoming edition of the IPL in the UAE where players will be kept secure inside a bio-bubble. Last month, Archer was dropped for one Test after breaching bio-bubble protocols to visit his house in Hove.
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newscricket25 days ago

James Anderson looked half the bowler when the ball stopped swinging, states Ashish Nehra

Ashish Nehra has stated that James Anderson looked half the bowler when the ball stopped swinging during England’s first Test against West Indies due to lack of saliva. On the other hand, Irfan Pathan gave a solution to the lack of saliva issue, opining that pitches should be 60-40 to the bowlers.
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newscricket2 months ago

My biggest legacy was I left a side who went on to win 2011 World Cup, admits Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly has admitted that his biggest legacy was that he left a team, that had at least seven-eight players who started their career under the former skipper. He also reckoned that MS Dhoni’s 2011 WC winning six will forever remain immortal in the Indian cricketing history.
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newscricket2 months ago

Jokingly bragged to Ponting that I had scored more Lord’s hundreds than him, reveals Ajit Agarkar

Ajit Agarkar, whose only 50+ score in Test cricket was a century at Lord’s, revealed that in his stint with KKR in the IPL, he had mocked Ponting for not having scored a ton at Lord’s. Batting at No.8, Agarkar scored a blistering 109* against an England attack that comprised Hoggard and Flintoff.
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newscricket2 months ago

We have to respect MS Dhoni’s call of being unavailable, reckons Kiran More

Kiran More has stated that the Indian management and cricket fans must respect MS Dhoni’s decision of being unavailable for national team selection. He also evaluated that it would be difficult for Dhoni to make a comeback but revealed discipline and fitness as key factors to his comeback.
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newscricket3 months ago

Calm MS Dhoni was a very calculative captain, reveals Ashish Nehra

Delhi pacer Ashish Nehra has admitted that MS Dhoni was both a calming presence and a very calculative skipper in the Indian dressing room. Nehra also revealed that Dhoni’s job as a skipper was to try and give plenty of opportunities to the youngsters, with the seniors having established the core.
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newscricket3 months ago

Yuvraj Singh left out; Rohit Sharma included in David Warner’s combined IPL XI

David Warner left out the likes of Yuvraj Singh and Shane Watson from his combined India-Australia IPL XI, alongside former KKR opener Chris Lynn. However, Warner did include some veterans in the form of Ashish Nehra, Mitchell Starc, Suresh Raina and CSK’s skipper MS Dhoni alongside 'Kulcha.'
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newscricket3 months ago

Impulsive Virat Kohli’s captaincy is still a work in progress, reckons Ashish Nehra

Ashish Nehra has revealed that Virat Kohli’s captaincy is still a work in progress before admitting that he is a little bit impulsive in his tenure. The former pacer also disagreed on Kohli’s statements that ODI cricket in 2020 is not relevant by adding that it is as relevant as the other formats.
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