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  • Ben Stokes just aged 31 takes early retirement from ODI Cricket

    Following Tuesday’s match between England and South Africa at Chester-Le-Street, Ben Stokes will retire from One-Day International cricket. Unsustainable to play three formats: Stokes: Stokes, who was recently named England’s Test captain, claimed that playing in three different formats was “simply unsustainable” and that he felt as like he was preventing other players from having […] More

  • Ricky Ponting : A Legend, A Leader And A Superior Guide

    We all are familiar with Ricky Ponting, someone who needs hardly any special introduction. Not to mention that his batting abilities were second to none. There was a period between 2002 and 2006 when Ponting came closest to Bradman in terms of average scoring 5813 runs with a brilliant average of 74.52. One just can’t […] More

  • 5-New Cricket Records That can Occur in the Decade 2020-2029:

    There is a popular saying :- “Records are made to be broken”. It’s pretty remarkable to think how much things have changed over the past decade (2010-2019). Cricket began 2010 with no ODI double century by a man’s player, just quite a few number of 400+ scores in ODIs and not to mention T20 quiet heavily […] More

  • Sunil Manohar Gavaskar : The Man Yet To Retire

    When I went through the ‘True story’ of how a birthmark had made a difference in the future life of Sunil Gavaskar, a fearless cricketer of this generation, from holding his bat in hand against those rocket-fires rather than sitting with a fishing rod before the pleasant Mumbai sea hours after hours. A look at the […] More

  • Kumble’s 10-fer: When Honest Sweat Spins The Kotla Magic

    In the romantic fruitful Indian history, there are so many records that the future generations can dream of breaking. But, some records can never be broken; at best can only be touched. Today, myself, Subhradeep Choudhury, will revisit the 22nd anniversary of Anil Kumble’s honest sweat that spins the Kotla magic and is still waving into the autonomic nerves […] More

  • Versatile Sir Alastair Cook : The Master Of Brilliance

    When you arrive before the whole world initially doing some extra-ordinary jobs, people all around you raise a question in themselves often, “For how many times ??” Then if you repeat that activity enough with ease, it becomes true or rather an accepted wisdom. One part of the universe suddenly pushes their expectations on a higher scale […] More

  • Phil Hughes: Cricket Still Misses You

    Cricket is a gentleman’s game; it’s never been watched as a dangerous sport like boxing and racings. We often use these words for describing the game. Those West Indian pacers with trench coat & floppy hat, steaming in to charge the fire to the batsman is just the series of horror stories of past era. The production […] More

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