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newscricket2 days ago

IND vs ENG | India can rely on 'clever cricketer' Jasprit Bumrah, attests Sunil Gavaskar

Sunil Gavaskar is of the opinion that Jasprit Bumrah is the kind of cricketer whom India can rely on when the team needs him. The former Indian cricketer further added that Bumrah is a clever cricketer who tries hard to get better by polishing his skills in bowling and batting after every match.
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newscricket5 days ago

IND vs ENG | English papers will never say or write anything good about Indian team, asserts Sunil Gavaskar

Following the cancellation of the fifth and final Test between India and England, Sunil Gavaskar has hit back at English media reports accusing Virat Kohli's men of refusing to take the field. Gavaskar minced no words and said that English dailies can never write anything good about Team India.
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newscricket7 days ago

T20 WC 2021 | Will benefit India if Ravi Shastri and MS Dhoni can get on the same wavelength, reckons Sunil Gavaskar

Sunil Gavaskar is of the opinion that if Ravi Shastri and MS Dhoni get on the same wavelength, it will benefit India in the 2021 T20 World Cup. He further added that he is praying there are no clashes between the duo regarding tactics and team selection which may have an effect on the team.
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newscricket8 days ago

ENG vs IND | No question Mohammed Shami has to come into the side, asserts Sunil Gavaskar

While talking about the team selection for the final Test of the India-England series, Sunil Gavaskar has stressed that the inclusion of Mohammed Shami was a must. The Indian legend also went as far as to say that Shami was likely to replace an ‘off colour’ Mohammed Siraj for the Old Trafford Test.
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newscricket9 days ago

T20 WC 2021 | Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma should open at the T20 World Cup, opines Sunil Gavaskar

Sunil Gavaskar is of the opinion that Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma should open for India in the upcoming T20 World Cup, as they had done in the home series against England earlier this year. Gavaskar overlooked Shikhar Dhawan and Shreyas Iyer while picking his 15-member squad for the tournament. 
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newscricket14 days ago

ENG v IND | Indian batsman need to stop playing just on the front foot, states Sunil Gavaskar

Sunil Gavaskar has criticized the Indian batting contingent’s tendency to play on the front foot after their abysmal show on the Day 1 of the fourth Test at The Oval. The Indian batting lineup had no answer to the English bowling led by Chris Woakes (4/55) as they were bundled out for 191.
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newscricket15 days ago

ENG v IND | Indian team wear black armbands in honour renowned coach Vasoo Paranjape

The Indian cricket team members wore black armbands in the honour of late cricket coach Vasoo Paranjape, who died on Monday, on the first day of the Oval Test. He is survived by his wife and son Jatin Paranjape, a former cricketer and national selector.
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newscricket15 days ago

IND Vs ENG | Experts left guessing as Ravindra Jadeja bats ahead of Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant

After India lost three quick wickets, Ravindra Jadeja, on Day 1 of the 4th Test at The Oval on Thursday, walked ahead of Ajinkya Rahane and Rishabh Pant. Former India cricketers Sunil Gavaskar and Sanjay Manjrekar were left guessing following the arrival of the southpaw in the middle.
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newscricket19 days ago

ENG vs IND | Virat Kohli let down by shot selection, needs to keep it simple, suggests Sunil Gavaskar

Sunil Gavaskar reflected on Virat Kohli’s recurring mode of dismissal in the ongoing England-India Test series and singled out the shot selection as a major factor to his downfall. Kohli has managed just 124 runs from five innings so far, with his lone half-century coming in his most recent outing.
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newscricket19 days ago

IND vs ENG | Losing 7 wickets in 54 minutes is a little hard to take, feels Sunil Gavaskar 

In the aftermath of India's defeat in the third Test, former Indian Test opener Sunil Gavaskar has asserted that losing seven wickets in the space of 54 minutes is very hard to accept. He also reckoned that once India lost their top three batsmen, it was clear that they wouldn't survive long.
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