newscricket13 days ago

IND vs NZ | Twitter laughs as Rohit Sharma's 'ghajini' mode leads to confusion after winning toss

Rohit Sharma’s talks after the toss lead to a dose of laughter sometimes because of forgetting one thing or the other. He caused a similar incident by failing to remember what the team management had decided to do after winning the toss reminding everyone of a movie character ‘Ghajini’.
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newscricket16 days ago

NZ vs IND | Twitter reacts to Ishan Kishan's hilarious antics to mock Tom Latham

The first ODI saw a controversial dismissal as Hardik Pandya was given bowled after Tom Latham dislodged the bails with gloves. Ishan Kishan came up with a hilarious response to the incident in the second innings as he flicked the bails off with his glove while Latham was at the crease.
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newscricket16 days ago

IND vs NZ | Twitter rages at Tom Latham's cheap bail flick tactic leading to false Pandya dismissal

Technology often serves the purpose of bringing accuracy into cricketing decisions but sometimes it goes horribly wrong as errors in umpiring decisions continue to occur. Hardik Pandya was involved in a bizarre dismissal on Wednesday as he was adjudged out even after the ball missed the stumps.
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newscricket16 days ago

IND vs NZ | Twitter reacts as Shubman Gill gets 'double lifeline' on same ball by Tom Latham

Wicketkeepers have a challenging job where they have to make sure not to concede any bye runs while also displaying sharp reflexes to dismiss the batters. However, Tom Latham turned out to be sloppy with his glovework as he missed two opportunities to dismiss Shubman Gill on the same delivery.
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newscricket23 days ago

PAK vs NZ | Twitter reacts as Tom Latham outsmarts Babar Azam with 'Dhoniesque' glovework

Wicketkeepers have to be very sharp with their glovework to dismiss the batters and Tom Latham displayed it against Pakistan in the second ODI. Latham showed immaculate wicketkeeping skills by orchestrating Babar Azam’s dismissal with a swift stumping reminding everyone of MS Dhoni.
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newscricket23 days ago

PAK vs NZ | Twitter reacts as Mohammedd Nawaz stuns Tom Latham by challenging umpires twice in three balls

When luck is favouring a batsman on his day, he usually goes on to capitalise it and score a big knock against the opposition. However, Tom Latham failed to grab the opportunity to score big even after a lucky escape in an over from Mohammed Nawaz and was dismissed LBW within a space of one ball.
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newscricket2 months ago

Henry Shipley earns maiden call-up to New Zealand squad for ODI tours to Pakistan and India

New Zealand have announced their lineup for the ODI series against Pakistan and India starting next month and have handed a maiden call-up to all-rounder Henry Shipley. Kane Williamson will lead the side in the series against Pakistan while Tom Latham will take charge for the India series.
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newscricket2 months ago

NZ vs IND | Who said what ft. Kane Williamson, Shikhar Dhawan

New Zealand won the three-match ODI series by 1-0 against India after their third match, similar to the second, was washed out due to relentless rain. The Black Caps, after coming to chase 220, were in control, batting on 104/1 after 18 overs until rain took the center stage to play the spoilsport.
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newscricket2 months ago

NZ vs IND, 1st ODI | Who said what ft. Kane Williamson, Shikhar Dhawan

New Zealand registered a seven-wicket victory over India taking a 1-0 lead on Friday courtesy of Tom Latham’s career best knock of unbeaten 145 runs. Kane Williamson praised Latham for his superb knock while Shikhar Dhawan admitted that the areas where bowlers bowled should have been better.
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newscricket2 months ago

NZ vs IND | Twitter lauds Tom Latham and Kane Williamson for guiding New Zealand to 7-wicket win over India

Tom Latham’s stupendous 104-ball 145, ably supported by Kane Williamson’s 98-ball 94, helped New Zealand register a commanding seven-wicket victory against India on Friday in the first ODI of the three-match series. Riding on their unbeaten 221-run stand, New Zealand chased down 307 in 47.1 overs. 
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