newscricket14 days ago

IND vs NZ | Twitter reacts as Indian bowlers script series win with clinical effort in Raipur

India inked a dominant win against New Zealand in the second ODI courtesy of a magnificent effort from the bowling unit which resulted in an eight-wicket win in the second ODI. Mohammed Shami starred with the ball taking three wickets while Hardik Pandya chipped in with a couple of wickets.
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newscricket17 days ago

IND vs NZ | Twitter reacts as Shubman Gill stars with double hundred in India’s 12-run win

India started the ODI series against New Zealand on a positive note as they outplayed the visitors by a close margin of 12 runs after posting a challenging target of 350 for the opposition. Shubman Gill played a sensational knock with 208 runs from 149 balls and played a key role in the win.
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newscricket18 days ago

IND vs SL | Siraj should have been named Player of the Series along with Kohli, feels Gambhir

Gautam Gambhir reckons injustice happened with Mohammed Siraj after the recently-concluded series where the Indian quick took nine wickets in three ODIs. Gambhir believes Siraj should have been named joint Player of the Series along with Virat Kohli, who had notched two hundreds in three outings.
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newscricket20 days ago

IND vs SL | Twitter reacts as India register biggest win in ODI history by 317 runs

India racked up a mammoth 317-run victory in the final ODI against Sri Lanka on Sunday to wrap up a 3-0 clean sweep. Virat Kohli stroked his 46th ODI century and Mohammed Siraj ran rampant with the ball as his peers deliberately avoided taking wickets to give him a chance to tally a five-for.
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newscricket20 days ago

IND vs SL | Twitter reacts as Siraj's over-aggression manufactures run-out to send Kohli into splits

Pacers often take the flak for unnecessarily displaying aggression on the field with their sledging and antics with the ball. Mohammed Siraj was the latest proponent of such behaviour on Sunday but his tactics bizarrely led to a comical run-out that had the whole team trying to control its laughter.
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newscricket25 days ago

IND vs SL | Twitter reacts to Mohammed Siraj cementing bid for World Cup spot with inswinging jaffa

Mohammed Siraj is one of the young blokes who has burst through the ranks in recent years and impressed time and again with his discipline and swing movement. The quick displayed his skills once again against Kusal Mendis on Tuesday as he got rid of him with an absolute inswinging peach.
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newscricket1 month ago

BAN vs IND | Twitter reacts as Mohammed Siraj silences Litton Das after rattling his stumps

Fast bowlers are one of the most animated characters on the cricket field and they show their aggression time and again after taking a wicket. Mohammed Siraj also displayed an aggressive celebration after rattling Litton Das’ stumps by suggesting the batter to shut his mouth with his gestures.
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newscricket2 months ago

BAN vs IND | Twitter reacts as Mohammed Siraj comes up with best possible revenge by cleaning up Litton Das after war of words

Players show their patience and perseverance in Test cricket, and the skillset distinguishes the greats from the others. However, Litton Das failed to deliver on Thursday, after losing his wicket to Mohammed Siraj on the next ball following a heated exchange with the Indian pacer in Chattogram.
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newscricket2 months ago

BAN vs IND | Twitter reacts as Mohammed Siraj strikes with very first ball to get India off to dream start

Fans very rarely witness a fall of a wicket on the very first ball of an innings in Tests, and Mohammed Siraj on Thursday did exactly the same. Siraj found an outside edge off Najmul Hossain Shanto’s bat on the first ball of Bangladesh’s innings before Rishabh Pant took a diving catch.
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newscricket2 months ago

NZ vs IND | Twitter awes at Arshdeep Singh’s perfect yorker followed by Mohammed Siraj’s bull’s eye strike to complete team hat-trick

A team working in harmony to dismantle the opposition as they succumb to a devastating collapse can be a thing of beauty. Indian bowlers were on top of their game in the death in the third T20I, both with the ball and in the field, as one sweet strike after another kept the hosts to a sub-par score.
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