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featurecricket2 days ago

IPL SRL | KXIP vs RCB Evaluation Chart - Bangalore’s collective effort steamrolls Punjab in one-sided affair

Royal Challengers Bangalore have now registered their second consecutive win in the IPL SRL after having defeated Kings XI Punjab by 70 runs on Thursday. Moeen Ali, amongst the other middle-order batsmen, played a crucial role and Washington Sundar completed the deed with the ball.
Sritama Panda
newscricket13 days ago

Adjusted to role of playing at No.6 and No.7 as bowling all-rounder, states Washington Sundar

Washington Sundar has stated that since his U-19 days, after Rahul Dravid’s advice, the left-hander has adjusted his role to a bowling all-rounder batting in the middle order. The all-rounder also admitted that he enjoys the challenge and the sense of adventure batting at No.6 or No. 7.
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featurecricket18 days ago

Champions League SRL | RCB vs SS Evaluation Chart - Kohli and Morris lead RCB’s charge against Sixers

RCB did not let their momentum die out, with an impressive victory against the BBL side, Sydney Sixers in a one-sided encounter at home. For the IPL side, it was skipper Virat Kohli, whose 48 led the initial charge, before the late surge from all-rounder Chris Morris both with bat and ball.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featurecricket24 days ago

Champions League SRL | RCB vs Notts Evaluation Chart: De Villiers goes all bonkers as RCB cruise to victory

AB de Villiers was the single biggest differentiator tonight as Royal Challengers Bangalore overcame a sure loss to emerge victorious against a spirited Nottinghamshire by four wickets. The Saffer found able support from Washington Sundar, whose 14-ball 28 helped RCB finish the game off in style.
Bastab K Parida
newscricket2 months ago

Increased revs on ball without decreasing my speed, admits Washington Sundar

Washington Sundar has revealed that his aim last season was to increase the revs that he imparts on the ball without decreasing his delivery speed. Washington also admitted that he received constant guidance from both Bharat Arun and Ravi Shastri which has been influential on his game.
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newscricket4 months ago

IND vs NZ | Came out to bat in the super over because of my experience, reveals Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli, on the back of his side’s second super-over win in as many games, revealed that he sent himself to open with Rahul in the super over owing to his experience in handling crunch situations. After India were set 14 to win the super over, the duo of Kohli and Rahul took the visitors home.
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newscricket4 months ago

IND vs NZ | Washington Sundar must adapt to bowl in middle overs, feels Zaheer Khan

Zaheer Khan feels that Washington Sundar must adapt to bowl in the middle overs, and not only in the powerplay, so as to seal a place in the competitive Indian side. Zaheer pointed out that the youngster relies on the hardness and bounce of the new ball, a reason why powerplay is his comfort zone.
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newscricket4 months ago

Twitter reacts to Tom Bruce-Daryl Mitchell duo bagging synchronised acrobatic catch to dismiss Shivam Dube

New Zealand are inarguably one of the best fielding sides in the current international scene. Those crazy catches by Mitchell Santner had already set the standards high for fielding in the ongoing 4th T20I, and to add to it, there were the newcomers in the series who lit up the stage even further.
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newscricket4 months ago

Twitter reacts to 'clueless' Shreyas Iyer giving away wicket twice on same ball

If there are ten different kinds of dismissals in the game of cricket, India’s Shreyas Iyer added another one to the sport’s dictionary. Tackling Ish Sodhi’s googly, India’s much-celebrated No.4 gave away his wicket through an outside-edge, after which Seifert followed it with a bizarre stumping.
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featurecricket5 months ago

India and Spin - No more the same old love story

Two ODIs down and without two of their top three batsmen, Australia were in danger of starting the year with a whitewash against India. Do you know what happened after that? Spin, India and the home advantage, all of it lost its plot as Australia came out on top in India to take the series 3-2.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam