newscricket2 months ago

IPL 2019 | Once your action is complete, you cannot go down, and hit the stumps, says Ravichandran Ashwin

Delivering his statement on the controversial Jos Buttler Mankading, Ravichandran Ashwin has stated that once a bowler loads his action, he can’t go down and hit the stumps to effect a dismissal. The spinner has further added that he doesn’t do illegal stuff and is not regretting the Mankading.
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newscricket3 months ago

VIDEO | Ben Stokes stops game midway to flaunt his handstand

Ben Stokes has always prioritized his fitness and his incredible out-fielding is just the byproduct of the amount of effort he puts in the gym every day. Yesterday, he stopped the game making teammate James Anderson wait to flaunt his fitness and did a proper handwalk, stunning Rob Key on air.
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featurecricket8 months ago

India vs England | Winners and losers ft. Hanuma Vihari, Kuldeep Yadav, and James Anderson

And one of the finest series of the current era has come to an end with a lot of stories to ponder about. And so we are also back with our Winners and Losers series to tell you who gained what and who lost what in the final rubber at The Oval - a Test in which fortunes fluctuated far too many times.
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newscricket8 months ago

India vs England | I don't like looking too far ahead, says James Anderson

James Anderson has stated that his short sighted approach towards the game has kept him consistent enough to bowl well throughout his journey and he added that he doesn't think about retirement. He also spoke largely of Alastair Cook and said that he will miss their on and off-field interactions.
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newscricket8 months ago

Make pitches that are seam friendly in the beginning and spin friendly later, suggests Shane Warne

Shane Warne has asked all the curators to start making pitches that are seam friendly at the beginning of the Test and spin friendly later on, so as to make it tough to bat and make the game exciting for both the sides. He has also stated that Kookaburra balls should be replaced with Duke balls.
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newscricket8 months ago

India vs England | Glenn McGrath tips James Anderson to breach 600-wicket barrier

Glenn McGrath backed James Anderson to cross the 600-wicket milestone in the future after the former surpassed the Australian as the leading wicket-taker in Test cricket amongst fast bowlers. McGrath believes Anderson still has more to offer and the next target for him will be Anil Kumble’s record.
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newscricket8 months ago

Joe Root pleased with the way Alastair Cook play his last innings in international cricket

After the last international game of Alastair Cook, English skipper Joe Root has stated that he is pleased seeing the former captain retiring in real style. Root has also mentioned that he is satisfied with the way the English lower order batsmen have contributed in the series against India.
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newscricket8 months ago

India vs England | Alastair Cook labels James Anderson as 'England's greatest cricketer'

Alastair Cook hailed teammate and best friend, James Anderson, as ‘England’s greatest cricketer’ after the pacer overtook Glenn McGrath as the highest wicket-taker in Test cricket amongst fast bowlers. Anderson now trails three legendary spinners - Muttiah Muralitharan, Share Warne, and Anil Kumble.
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newscricket8 months ago

VIDEO | James Anderson breaks into tears bidding farewell to “best mate” Cook

“What is sport without emotions” - tweeted journalist Boria Majumdar when James Anderson and Joe Root literally jumped off their chairs to celebrate Alastair Cook’s century. And today, Anderson, during an interview with Sky, almost broke down into tears when he was asked about Cook’s retirement.
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reportcricket8 months ago

India vs England | England wrap up India and end formality to reclaim Pataudi Trophy 4-1

England gave a fantastic farewell to Alastair Cook as they thrashed India by 118 runs in the fifth Test to win the series with 4-1. The batting of KL Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane in the first session gave India the hopes of drawing the series, but once Rahane got out, it was all hunky dory for England.
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