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newscricket5 months ago

Dom Bess must immediately seek help and advice of Herath to get back on track, opines Monty Panesar

Former England spinner Monty Panesar is fearful that the India series might have shattered Dom Bess’ confidence, and thus wants the youngster to immediately seek the help of his former mentor Rangana Hearth. Panesar, at the same time, insisted it will be important for Bess to not overanalyze.
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newscricket5 months ago

Dhammika Prasad hangs up his boots from international cricket

Former Sri Lanka pacer Dhammika Prasad, who last played for Sri Lanka in 2015, has announced his retirement from international cricket, aged 37. Prasad, who finished with 75 Test wickets at an average of 35.97, had played a crucial role in Sri Lanka winning their first Test series in England.
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newscricket2 years ago

SL vs NZ | Tried to follow the template of Rangana Herath, reveals Ajaz Patel

Ajaz Patel has claimed that he learnt from the way Rangana Herath used to bowl on the Galle wicket and attempted to reproduce his style of consistent bowling in the match against Sri Lanka. He is a newcomer to international cricket and has so far been highly successful in his team’s tours to Asia.
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newscricket2 years ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Chaminda Vaas backs India to make semi-finals

Chaminda Vaas is confident that the Indian team under the leadership of Virat Kohli and guidance of Ravi Shastri will definitely make the semi-finals of this year’s World Cup in England. Meanwhile, Rangana Herath backed the Indian spinners to shine in next month’s global showdown.
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newscricket3 years ago

Only regret will be not winning a series in India, says Rangana Herath

40-year old Sri Lankan spinner, Rangana Herath, who is set to retire after Sri Lanka 's Test against England declared that the only regret in his career was not winning a series in India. Herath will retire after having played a total of 142 Test matches for Sri Lanka in which he picked 430 wickets.
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newscricket3 years ago

Rangana Herath set to hang up his boots after first Test against England

Veteran Sri Lankan spinner Rangana Herath will call time on his career with the Sri Lankan Test team after the first Test match against England at Galle. Herath made his debut back in 1999 and has bagged a total of 430 wickets from 92 matches in the longer format for the national team.
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newscricket4 years ago

Jeffrey Vandersay replaces injured Rangana Herath for Delhi Test

After losing the second Test of the three-match series to India, Sri Lanka have been handed another blow as Rangana Herath has been ruled out of the final Test after experiencing back pain. The Lankans have called up uncapped leggie Jeffrey Vandersay as a replacement for the veteran spinner.
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newscricket4 years ago

Ravi Shashtri confident that Team India will do well on South Africa’s fast tracks

Ravi Shastri has asserted that the Indian team is prepared to play on the fast-paced wickets in the upcoming tour of South Africa and is confident of a good result. Shastri reserved special praise for Bhuvaneshwar Kumar for his work ethic and the time he spends on developing his skills.
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featurecricket4 years ago

India vs Sri Lanka | Talking points from Day 2 of the second Test

After Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara’s 209-run stand helped India overcome Sri Lanka’s lead without any trouble, Virat Kohli’s quick 54 helped India end the day with a 107-run lead. The Sri Lankan bowlers failed to make any impression whatsoever as they claimed just one wicket on the second day.
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newscricket4 years ago

Dinesh Chandimal happy with a ‘less grassy’ Nagpur track

Dinesh Chandimal has stated that the ‘less grassy’ Nagpur pitch will help his side as it will support the batsmen for the first few days before the spinners become vital. He also hopes that the experienced Rangana Herath shows what he is capable of in Nagpur after a disappointing display in Kolkata.
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