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featurecricket8 months ago

Nippy and Accurate, Josh Hazlewood is the real deal for Australia this series

Historically, it’s never comfortable facing Australia in Australia and every single team in the world would vouch for that. However, it is to the credit of this Indian team for what they have done so far to hang in there and keep the Border-Gavaskar Trophy level at 1-1.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket9 months ago

IND vs AUS - Adelaide Day 1 Talking Points - Australia's remarkable discipline and Virat Kohli's enterprising knock

Just when it looked like India are in a commanding position in the Test match with a set Kohli and Rahane at the crease, vice-captain's poor call turned the tide in favour of the hosts. Australia's discipline was remarkable but India also showed good application sporadically with the bat.
Harshit Anand
featurecricket10 months ago

Natarajan’s work-ethics, discipline and hard work has laid his path to glory, points out Sriram Somayajula

Thangarasu Natarajan’s IPL season with Sunrisers Hyderabad is widely celebrated as the success of the tournament but someone who has seen him in close proximity, analyst Sriram Somayajula has pointed out that his work-ethics, discipline, and hard work meant success was largely looming.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featurecricket10 months ago

Concussion Substitute : A case of sense and sensibility

The Brainline journal suggests that the dangerous collection of blood after a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or body might squeeze the brain against the skull. Concussion pushes the sportsman out of their comfort zone that might create a fatal situation later on.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket10 months ago

Matured Hardik Pandya’s ‘seasoned’ batting spells positive signs for Indian future

'Oh what has he done, Pandya has been utterly suckered into that shot from Mitchell Santner, this is looking like the end of India,' read the commentary in the aftermath of Hardik Pandya's wicket in the semi-final against New Zealand.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featurecricket10 months ago

Down but not out: Chance at redemption for Shardul Thakur and his bag of tricks

Shardul Thakur has to go down as one of the most confusing personas in the current Indian setup – having come under fire for donning the iconic jersey. Since then his career has been always about unfulfilled promises and trolls but right now, there is an opportunity for him to turn it around.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featurecricket2 years ago

IND vs AUS | Bengaluru ODI Takeaways - Steve Smith, the only anchor in Rohit Sharma led Bengaluru boat

Despite Australia getting off the right start in the series, their plot towards the end fell apart, with India attacking the visitors on all-fronts in the decider at the Chinnaswamy. All of this happened after Australia won the toss and elected to bat first and could only put up 286 on board.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featurecricket2 years ago

One last time: Battle of fringe players ft. Ashton Turner and Peter Handscomb

'Here, football is a daily part of life,' said Ben Kingsley when he opened narration for Man City's documentary ‘All or Nothing'. And for Australia, the line ‘Here, cricket is a daily part of life,’ raises the amplitude of criticism, with critics nitpicking every fault through the narrow lenses.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featurecricket3 years ago

India vs Australia 2019 | India’s predicted XI for third ODI in Melbourne

After levelling the ODI series with a six-wicket win in Adelaide, the Indian team will go into the third and final game keeping a series win in mind. The Indian team might still want to make a few changes in their playing XI to get a settled combination ahead of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.
Chiranjibi Pati
featurecricket3 years ago

Winner and Losers ft. Parthiv Patel, Tim Paine and Peter Handscomb

Amidst all the talks of “ elite honesty and establishing a new culture” Tim Paine led the team to possibly their happiest day since the Sandpapergate saga. The game, however, threw some lights on why it is good to have a long-term vision of playing a Test and not get blinded by first day pitch.
Bastab K Parida