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featurecricket8 days ago

Capitals now, Daredevils then: A trip down the memory lane with Greg Shipperd

‘One of my proteges, Ricky Ponting, is the new coach. I still talk to him, I still have a big place in my heart for Delhi and I see Shikhar Dhawan and Amit Mishra, who were there when I was coaching, still playing, so I gravitate towards Delhi.’
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newscricket8 days ago

IPL 2020 | Happy to be retired and talking than facing Jofra Archer, says Virender Sehwag 

RR pacer Jofra Archer continued to impress with his performances in the IPL, which made the former Indian opener Virender Sehwag say that he is better off talking about Jofra than facing him on the 22 yards. Archer has been delivering rockets in the 2020 IPL and has been the X-factor for RR.
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newscricket16 days ago

IPL 2020 | Let Chris Gayle open with Mayank Agarwal against RCB, urges Virender Sehwag

Former KXIP mentor Virender Sehwag has urged the franchise to allow Chris Gayle to open the innings alongside Mayank Agarwal, with them slotting KL Rahul at No.3. Sehwag has been highly vocal about the Windies opener being part of the playing XI, stating his stats against RCB as support.
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newscricket20 days ago

IPL 2020 | Have never seen MS Dhoni hit the panic button so early, claims Virender Sehwag

Virender Sehwag has stated that MS Dhoni hitting the panic button is an indicator of Chennai Super Kings’ current state of mind and a reflection of their season so far. Meanwhile, Ajay Jadeja has also added that CSK’s mentality in the run-chase has really been disappointing this season.
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newscricket22 days ago

 IPL 2020 | Chennai Super Kings batsmen think of CSK as a government job, claims Virender Sehwag

Former Indian batter Virender Sehwag has taken potshots at the Chennai Super Kings batsmen and has stated that they think playing for the Men in Yellow is akin to a government job. With just four points after six games, MS Dhoni's men are struggling big time in the 2020 IPL and failed to impress.
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newscricket25 days ago

IPL 2020 | Seemed as if Stoinis took out all the anger on Bangalore bowler’s, reckons Virender Sehwag

Virender Sehwag, on a funny note, reckoned that Marcus Stoinis’s brilliant 26-ball 53 against RCB came because he had quarrelled at home and took out all his anger on RCB bowlers. He added that it seemed like RCB were finally free from misfortune but it suddenly returned against Delhi.
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newscricketa month ago

IPL 2020 | Mayank Agarwal’s mistake cost Kings XI Punjab the game, feels Virender Sehwag

Virender Sehwag has blamed Mayank Agarwal for his careless stroke on the penultimate ball of the innings, which ended Kings XI Punjab’s hopes of winning the game. The former KXIP mentor has also added that only CSK have the ability to pull off the game from precarious situations.
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featurecricket2 months ago

IPL 2020 | Why your team sucks - Kings XI Punjab

My god the thought of berating Kings XI Punjab, in itself, is funny. I mean, think about it: why would someone waste their time ranting about Punjab of all teams? You wanna know how seriously they take themselves? Alright. They once appointed Murali Vijay as their full-time captain.
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newscricket2 months ago

Virender Sehwag was CSK’s preferred choice of captain, reveals Subramaniam Badrinath

Former CSK veteran Subramaniam Badrinath has revealed that it was Virender Sehwag who his franchise had lined up as their first pick, before being forced to change their decision due to the latter becoming Delhi’s icon player. It was after the Sehwag hijack that CSK went ahead and signed MS Dhoni.
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newscricket2 months ago

Irfan Pathan suggests charity farewell game for former cricketers; names custom ‘retired XI’

Irfan Pathan, in the wake of fans wanting the BCCI to arrange a farewell game for MS Dhoni, has come up with a farewell match idea where he wants the current Indian players to go toe-to-toe with Indian cricketers of the yesteryear. Pathan named an Indian XI comprising retired cricketers.
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