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Virat Kohli trolls Ravindra Jadeja over ‘DRS’ post on Instagram

Virat Kohli was involved in a friendly-banter with teammate Ravindra Jadeja over the all-rounder’s post on Instagram where he posted an image with the caption ‘I didn’t tell you to take the review.’ In reply, Kohli trolled the all-rounder and revealed that he would never trust Jadeja’s call.
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newscricket2 months ago

Impulsive Virat Kohli’s captaincy is still a work in progress, reckons Ashish Nehra

Ashish Nehra has revealed that Virat Kohli’s captaincy is still a work in progress before admitting that he is a little bit impulsive in his tenure. The former pacer also disagreed on Kohli’s statements that ODI cricket in 2020 is not relevant by adding that it is as relevant as the other formats.
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newscricket3 months ago

Sachin Tendulkar advised me to play my natural game, admits Prithvi Shaw

Prithvi Shaw has revealed that it was Sachin Tendulkar who asked him to play his natural game and according to the situation while being calm. Shaw commented that Sachin also had told him not to change his grip and added that he takes it as a challenge to be compared with Sachin himself.
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newscricket3 months ago

KL Rahul is in his career’s best form wherever he comes to bat, reveals Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami has revealed that KL Rahul is in his career’s best form - smashing the ball - regardless of wherever is he asked to bat by the management. He also added that Rishabh Pant’s lack of confidence has hindered his batting performance and said that he will back to his best soon.
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newscricket3 months ago

Being caught up in two minds hindered my performance in New Zealand, reveals Prithvi Shaw

Despite scoring 98 runs in two Tests, Prithvi Shaw has revealed that he was caught in two minds, which hindered his performance in New Zealand. He also has set a target of playing in the World Cup for India and admitted that both Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri constantly advise him on getting better.
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newscricket3 months ago

Was confident that I could open and attack New Zealand bowlers, recalls Sachin Tendulkar

Looking back at his career, Sachin Tendulkar has admitted that he was so confident that he could open the innings in place of the injured Navjot Singh Sidhu and attack the Kiwi bowlers in 1994. The Indian legend also revealed that it took some time to convince Mohammed Azharuddin and Ajit Wadekar.
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newscricket4 months ago

IND vs NZ | Our intent today definitely a positive takeaway, feels Hanuma Vihari

India batsman Hanuma Vihari pointed out that India showed greater intent in the first innings in Christchurch while sharing his disappointment on not being able to cross the 300-run mark. Vihari feels that the wicket will get better with the passage of time and which will be an advantage for India.
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newscricket5 months ago

Twitter reacts to Virat Kohli lashing out at umpire allowing New Zealand’s late DRS call TWICE

Even after a decade of the DRS, the New Zealand team hasn’t looked too bright while using it and that has been hurting their cause more often than not. Today, after the Kiwis took a late DRS call, Virat Kohli was left furious and the Indian captain, twice, lashed out at the umpire for allowing it.
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newscricket5 months ago

Twitter reacts to Yuzvendra Chahal emulating Dhoni Review System to save India a review

While MS Dhoni’s absence is felt by the team and fans quite often, the former captain has sure left a part of him behind. A hint of Dhoni’s mastermind, that has helped India several times, was seen in Yuzvendra Chahal’s insistence of not going for the DRS today, saving the team a valuable review.
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newscricket5 months ago

IND vs NZ | New Zealand turning into South Africa when it comes to choking, claims Zaheer Khan

Zaheer Khan believes that New Zealand are gradually becoming like the South African side when it comes to choking in dire times after they lost yet another super over. Zaheer pointed out that regularly losing in super overs can hamper the psychology of the side, hence denting their confidence.
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