Karun Nair, the future star of Indian cricket. Image: Cricinfo

I was trying to pace my innings in order to play a long innings:...

Karun Nair has been one of the most talked about cricketers over the past few weeks after his record breaking knock of 303 not out. Thus  he became only the second Indian cricketer after Virender Sehwag to notch up...

ICC should allow us to play more Test cricket: Enamul Haque jnr

The smile of Enamul Haque Junior is always full of life and a matter of charm for the people surrounding him. But while he starts operating with the ball, he will give you tough times with dizzy and tricky...

Representing your country internationally is always a matter of great pride: Aminul Islam

When you think about Aminul Islam, the picture of a composed and disciplined character comes into your mind. In his playing days, he was the symbol of hope and assurance for Bangladesh cricket. His services towards Bangladesh cricket are...

Reverse swing will be crucial: Mitchell Starc

The young Australian fast bowler, Mitchell Starc, in a candid interview with Cricketsoccer, said, he is confident to bowl well on Indian pitches.

I have never seen a player like Sehwag: Geoffrey Boycott

They are miles apart in their approach to build an innings. Geoffrey Boycott was one of those master technicians while Virender Sehwag loves to play strokes not found in the grammar books of cricket! But Boycott, the Yorkshireman, saw someone completely different to him, playing his hundredth test at the Wankhede and wondered at the Delhite’s instincts.


Don’t write off Antoine Griezmann

But don’t write off Griezmann yet, especially with El Cholo in charge as he knows how to get the best out of him, but it's been a disappointing start to his comeback and the seeds of doubt are beginning to be sown about whether Atleti has signed the Griezmann they remember or the Griezmann that played for Barcelona.

Barcelona win against Levante