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newscricketa month ago

Kyle Jamieson was definitely the standout player in WTC final, admits Dale Steyn

Dale Steyn has called New Zealand all-rounder Kyle Jamieson as the standout player in the WTC final between India and New Zealand, which the latter won by eight wickets. Steyn also said that the Indian bowlers were underprepared, and hopes for them to make come back against England.
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newscricketa month ago

WTC Final | Won’t be practical for India to come out on Day 6 all guns blazing, says Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami hinted at team India taking the safe route on Day 6 and insisted that it will not be practical to come out swinging with the mindset to score runs quickly. Shami revealed that India will prioritize run scoring and only think of a victory once they have enough runs on the board.
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newscricketa month ago

WTC Final | Rose Bowl Day 5 Talking Points: ‘Unlucky’ Shami turns MVP and Williamson’s unfamiliar innings

On day five, certainly not the last day, New Zealand were on the back foot, thanks to India’s pacer Mohammed Shami, who bagged a crucial four-fer, bowling the English length. However, at the other end, there was something unfamiliar, a Kane Williamson innings of 49 having faced 177 deliveries.
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newscricket2 months ago

WTC Final | Bumrah and Ishant have been bowling well but Shami holds the key, opines Parthiv Patel 

Former Indian wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel has termed Mohammed Shami as the key bowler for India in the WTC Final, ahead of Jasprit Bumrah and Ishant Sharma. He also added that India's no.3 Cheteshwar Pujara can turn out to be the leading run-getter in the inaugural WTC final against New Zealand.
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newscricket2 months ago

Ishant Sharma, Ashwin and Shami among the Top 5 bowlers in Test cricket, says Ian Chappell

Former Australian skipper Ian Chappell picked his Top 5 bowlers in the Test format and interestingly named the Indian trio of R Ashwin, Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami, while overlooking James Anderson. Chappell picked Australia’s Pat Cummins as the number one bowler in the longest format.
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newscricket2 months ago

India might field four seamers in WTC final if pitch is green, feels Ajit Agarkar

Former Indian speedster Ajit Agarkar thinks India might deploy a fourth pace bowler in the World Test Championship finals against New Zealand should the pitch at Ageas Bowl, Southampton, turn out to be green. Agarkar has picked Ishant , Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah as the sure-shot starters.
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newscricket2 months ago

India’s bowling unit forces opposition to think about wickets they want to offer, states Mohammed Shami

Ahead of the World Test Championship final in Southampton, Mohammed Shami has stated that the Indian bowling attack has forced the oppositions to think about the wickets they want to offer. Shami also praised the camaraderie between the juniors and the seniors in the dressing room.
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newscricket2 months ago

Virat Kohli has been highly supportive of the pace bowling unit, admits Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami, who recently came back from injury, has admitted that Virat Kohli has been highly supportive of the pace bowling unit, adding that the pace bowlers have utmost freedom. The pacer also added that the Indian skipper doesn’t put undue pressure on the bowler or interfere in their plans.
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cricket3 months ago

Deepak Chahar, Rashid Khan and more: who you should back to finish as each franchise’s Top wicket-taker

They call T20 a batsman’s game, but the first 16 matches of IPL 2021 have largely dished out wickets that have let the bowlers dominate proceedings. Plenty of individuals have stepped up, but we’re here to tell who you should be backing to finish as each franchise’s Top wicket-taker.
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featurecricket3 months ago

The Extensive IPL 2021 Preview | Punjab Kings edition ft. New season but old chinks

When someone asks you to describe Punjab, tell them the following: they are the only franchise in the history of T20 cricket to have taken the, ‘Hey, can I copy your homework’ meme seriously.
Anirudh Suresh