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featurecricket6 days ago

India’s panic button provides undesired results

A panic button is an electronic device that is designed to assist in alerting somebody in emergency situations where a threat to a person or property exists. Hitting the panic button has the potential to rise in amplitude enough to damage the speakers or other components in the sound system.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
newscricket13 days ago

IND vs NZ | KL Rahul was seeing the ball like a football, quips Shreyas Iyer

Shreyas Iyer, during the post match press conference, joked that when he asked KL Rahul, who scored 88* in just 64 balls, if he was seeing the ball like a football, the KXIP skipper just nodded and laughed. Despite Iyer scoring a maiden century, India were handed a four wicket loss in Hamilton.
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featurecricket15 days ago

Green, Red and Yellow - Where does every Indian player stand ahead of the World T20

India’s WT20 preparations started on 3rd August, 2019, in Lauderhill against the Windies, and now, 19 matches, 6 series and 185 days later, the team has landed at its first pit stop. The next destination is the IPL, which is a good 2 months away, but where does each and every player stand as of now?
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket15 days ago

ICC T20I Rankings | KL Rahul claims second spot as Rohit Sharma breaks into top 10

India’s breakout star KL Rahul sealed his career-best T20I rankings as he finished second in its latest update as Rohit Sharma breaks into the top 10 after a long absence. Making a comeback, Jasprit Bumrah crept up to 11th position, jumping 26 places, as Yuzvendra Chahal finished 30th among bowlers.
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featurecricket16 days ago

IND vs NZ | 5th T20I - Today I Learnt - Jasprit Bumrah still No.1 and Shivam 'not Hardik' Dube

From needing 66 runs off 60 balls, New Zealand delivered their third straight choke against the visitors India to lose the series 5-0. However, that was not the only thing I learnt today. What I learnt included Samson's failed experiment at the top of the order and Bumrah's comeback with the ball.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
newscricket18 days ago

IND vs NZ | India will be looking to whitewash New Zealand at Bay Oval, attests Manish Pandey

Manish Pandey, whose unbeaten fifty rescued India from a precarious position on Friday, attested that the team will be aiming to whitewash the hosts in the fifth T20I on Sunday. Pandey further revealed that coach Ravi Shastri’s valuable inputs have helped him adapt to the No.6 position.
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newscricket18 days ago

IND vs NZ | Not easy batting at No. 6 but happy with my performance today, admits Manish Pandey

Manish Pandey has declared that even though batting at No. 6 is not an easy task, especially being the last main batsman to come in and bat, he was pretty happy with the way he batted in the 4th T20I. After India’s middle-order collapsed, Pandey carved out an unbeaten half-century.
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newscricket18 days ago

IND vs NZ | Couldn't have asked for anything more in these two games, reveals Shardul Thakur

An ecstatic Shardul Thakur, who bowled India to victory with a stunning last over, has revealed that the last two game finishes are exactly what a cricketer plays the sport for. He has also added that he will bat more responsibly from the next game and wants to stay in the middle till the last over.
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featurecricket18 days ago

IND vs NZ | 4th T20I - Today I Learnt - Shardul Thakur a settler in death, Tim Seifert belongs to top-order

New Zealand might have lost the series but they still have one weapon - to turn every dead rubber into thriller by adding the Super Over element to it. So credit to New Zealand where it is due, it’s the hosts who brought the game alive from the dead and India, who eventually won it.
Sritama Panda
newscricket18 days ago

Twitter reacts to Shardul Thakur's breathtaking final over to take game to Super Over

It was deja vu all over as New Zealand, for the second time in two games, choked comically in the final over to take the game to a super over and eventually lose it. And this time around, it was Shardul Thakur who was the hero for India and the Twitterati lauded the pacer for his ice-cold last over.
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