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featurecricketa year ago

Goodbye 2020, Hello 2021: what to expect from from the world of cricket this year

So now that we have got 2020 out of our system and swooped right into the new year, what’s really going to happen in the world of cricket? A lot of things. For starters, we are going to witness 12 months of non-stop Indian cricket action, but apart from that, what other things to expect?
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featurecricketa year ago

2020 - A year that changed Cricket in many ways

We are on the last day of this strange monochrome called 2020 - a year that tested everyone’s patience to the limit while giving many lessons on the go. Yet rewinding it feels like a dogmatic exercise that one couldn’t really fathom. It has been a year that changed our lovely sport in many ways.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricketa year ago

One of India’s most confusing questions in limited-overs - Kul or Cha

In 2015, one of India’s trending and the most confusing questions that prevailed was ‘Why did Katappa kill Bahubali’ but it was answered two years after. Five years after that question, Indian cricket dealt with a similar question, which of the two spinners to choose- Kuldeep Yadav or Chahal.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featurecricket2 years ago

Time for Cricket to do its own self-introspection during quarantine

The Coronavirus-induced lock-down has brought the entire world to a stand-still and surely created a ripple effect in the way we see the world. Suddenly, embracing someone dear has become a wrong thing or a slight cough or sneeze has made people look at you with a tinge of suspicion.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket2 years ago

Not qualifying for T20 World Cup is a tough pill to swallow, says Ryan Burl

Zimbabwean cricketer Ryan Burl has revealed that the country’s suspension from the ICC has been a tough pill to swallow for the players, mainly due to the fact that they missed out on qualification for the 2020 T20 World Cup. He also heaped praise on the “inspirational” Hamilton Masakadza.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket4 years ago

2007 T20 World Cup final – A night that changed the course of Indian cricket

In the aaiirrr... and Sreesanth takes it...” - These lines yelled out by Ravi Shastri shall reverberate in the minds of the Indian fans for a lifetime.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket5 years ago

MS Dhoni- Awards and Accolades

The achievements of MS Dhoni as India's limited-overs captain are unparalleled as he remains the only captain to win all the three ICC major trophies. During his tenure as the skipper of the Indian side, Dhoni added honors at will to his overflowing Trophy cabinet.
SportsCafe Desk
featurecricket5 years ago

Top five achievements of Dhoni as India's limited-overs captain

The achievements of MS Dhoni as India's limited-overs captain are unparalleled as he remains the only captain to win all the three ICC major trophies. As a tribute to the great leadership, we bring to you his top five achievements as India's limited-overs captain.
Samarendranath Soory
featurecricket5 years ago

2016's Top five performers in cricket

2016 has provided us with some of the many memorable batting performances across the globe while the bowlers have tasted success only one fewer occasions. With cricket all around the world reaching the business end of the year, we bring to you the top five performers of 2016.
Samarendranath Soory
featurecricket5 years ago

Top five chases by Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli is without a doubt the best chaser in the history of limited-overs cricket, having scored 16 ODI hundreds with an astonishing average of 90 while chasing, 14 of them in Indian wins. On the eve of Virat Kohli's 28th birthday, we bring to you the best chases by the dashing batsman.
Samarendranath Soory