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Knew hard work will pay, still a lot to learn in the game, says...

In the recently ended Test series in Australia which India won to create a new history, Mayank Agarwal was included to the side after Prithvi Shaw got injured. And soon he became one of the finds of the series...
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Dreaming for a spot in the 2019 World Cup bound Indian team, says a...

When he received the news of his inclusion in the Indian team for the upcoming One Day International (ODI) and T20 series to be held in New Zealand, Shubman Gill was in seventh heaven. Soon after receiving the news,...
Carl Hooper

Feel proud to get the chance of representing the country, angry Carl Hooper to...

Former West Indies captain Carl Hooper is disappointed to see the downfall of Caribbean Cricket heritage. In a recent chat with the CrickerSoccer, he stated that he is ready to change the scenario if the Caribbean Cricket board takes...
India

Rishabh has to improve his skill of keeping wickets, feels Azharuddin

He is known for his instinct to find out young talents. During his stint as the captain of Team India, many fresh, but promising cricketers established themselves in the national team. Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin feels Rishabh Pant...
Tatenda Taibu

Cricket board is mostly responsible for the downfall of Zimbabwe cricket, says Tatenda Taibu

Till March of this year, Tatenda Taibu had been the convenor of selectors for Zimbabwe Cricket. But since then he along with head coach Heath Streak and skipper Graeme Cremer have been removed from their roles. In a recent...
Rohit Sharma

Rohit is passing through the best phase of his career, feels childhood coach Dinesh

Rohit Sharma has amazed many with a record three double hundreds in ODIs. But the only question raised about the cricketer from Mumbai is his lack of consistency which is why from the very beginning of his career, Rohit...
West Indies

The psychological aspect of batting – Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Steve Bull explain

They say, Cricket is a 'batsman's game'. Since the advent of the sport, batsmen are being considered as the privileged class and bowlers have always been at the receiving end at the 22-yard pitch, which is nothing less than a...
Prithvi Shaw, the choice of new generation

When Prithvi called his school team coach up and said, “Main taiyar hoon”

When Prithvi Shaw first came to get admission in his Academy, he was merely a 12 years old boy. There were almost none to believe that this kid, who looked like a stump, is going to make it to...
mashrafe

Bangladesh have established themselves as the new superpower in Asian cricket, feels Waqar

He has been considered as one of the greatest fast bowlers, which the game of cricket has ever produced. Waqar Yunis, the Pakistan legend, is full of pain to see his country failing to qualify for the Asia Cup...
Rishabh Pant of India hits six runs

Never wanted to be tagged as a one-day specialist, says Rishabh Pant

Life is not the same for Rishabh Pant after his splendid century at the Oval. A Delhi boy, who was clubbed as a specialist in limited overs cricket by many, has shut his critics up with that century against...
India's Mohammed Shami

My first preference is to get into the world cup frame of Indian team,...

With 16 scalps in 5 test matches, he was the second-best performer among the Indian seamers in recently concluded India vs England test series, just after Ishant Sharma. In fact, for Mohammed Shami, the test series in England was...
Hanuma Vihari of India bats

Hanuma won us a Trophy in school tournament the day after his father’s death,...

Hanuma Vihari is now India’s 292nd Test cricketer, and he may well go on to have a successful career. His fighting half-century in the first innings at the Oval got admiration from the likes of Sunil Gavaskar and Sourav...
Kaif

Mohammad Kaif: Current Indian team lacks adaptability in foreign conditions

Mohammad Kaif was a part of the Indian teams, which current head-coach Ravi Shastri considers inferior to the present Test team. The statement has created a huge controversy in the Indian cricket fraternity, especially after the recent back to...
Jasprit Bumrah

Bumrah was eager to prove himself in Test cricket, reveals his childhood coach

It's quite similar to that of Sachin Tendulkar's childhood story. At the Shivaji Park, Ramakant  Achrekar used to give batting practice to a young boy with a single stump behind him and a little coin was placed above the...
shane-warne

Shane Warne: Ideal opportunity for India to register series win in Australia

The caravan of the ongoing England-India series has reached Southampton. Till a few years back, this used to be the adopted home of Shane Warne, who had represented the Hampshire County Cricket Club for eight years and among those, he...
Prithvi Shaw

The experience of playing in English condition will help me, says Prithvi Shaw

Legends like Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar are full of admiration for him. Prithvi Shaw, the new wonder kid of Indian cricket, has been selected in the touring Indian side for the last two tests against England in the...
India's captain Virat Kohli salutes the crowd as he leaves the pitch after getting out lbw

Virat was desperate to prove himself on English soil, says his childhood coach

It all started in the West Delhi Cricket Academy, under the watchful eyes of Mr. Rajkumar Sharma. Virat Kohli, the now star Indian batsman and skipper of the national team, went to the Academy at a very young age...
Gundappa Viswanath

Indian batsmen forget to play on the back foot, feels Viswanath

He is considered as one of the finest batsmen Indian cricket has ever produced. With his technical perfection, Gundappa Viswanath was the face of Indian batting for more than a decade. 6080 runs in 91 Test matches with 14...
Indian cricketer Mohammed Shami leaves after batting in the nets during a training camp

With shorter stride, Shami is a different bowler altogether, feels his childhood coach

Mohammad Shami was considered one of the most promising faces of the art of pace bowling in the world cricket. But with a degraded level of fitness and controversy regarding his personal life, Shami was not the same bowler...
Derek Pringle

I am surprised at the number of Tests Ian Botham and I played together,...

It was never an easy task to play in the England side as an all-rounder in the 1980s and early 1990s. The enormous shadow of Ian Botham hovered constantly. Either the great man was in the team or just...

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The Victory Tests: Part 1 – The Backdrop

In this series, Arunabha Sengupta relates the tale of the Victory Tests played between England and the Australian Services as a celebration of the...