Out of Form Kohli Still World’s Best Batsman – CAC Member Madan Lal

Madan Lal, the newly-elected member of the Cricket Advisory Committee, feels Virat Kohli’s low-key tour of New Zealand was not something to worry and that it happens to the best of cricketers. Kohli scored just 38 runs from four innings, to go with a quiet limited-overs leg – which saw him go past fifty just…

Fatigue Was Bound to Happen – Mohammad Amir on Test Retirement

Fatigue had a role to play in Mohammad Amir’s decision to retire from Test cricket, the Pakistan fast bowler said. Amir had retired from the longest form of the game in July 2019 at the age of 27, having taken 119 wickets at an average of 30.47 in 36 Tests. “Everyone has their opinion. I…

Coronavirus – We Have to Live to Play, Says Jaydev Unadkat

Saurashtra skipper Jaydev Unadkat led his side to their maiden Ranji Trophy title after beating Bengal via first-innings lead on Friday and then spoke about the growing Coronavirus outbreak and said one has to live to play. Unadkat said, ‘I think the situation is prevailing. We have to be cautious. Whatever precautions have to be…

Five India Players Highly Unlikely To Get A Chance Under New Selection Panel

This month India’s national cricket team has got new selectors. With the end of the tenure of MSK Parsad and Gagan Khoda, Sunil Joshi gained the position of chief selector while Harvinder Singh replaced Khoda. Earlier, the Cricket Advisory Committee(CAC) comprising of Madan Lal, RP Singh and Sulakshana Naik took the interview of five shortlisted candidates….

Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar Fire India Legends to Seven-Wicket-Win

The Wankhede Stadium was once again back to its favourite roar ‘Saachinnn Saachinnn’ as Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar stepped onto the field of the iconic stadium seven years after retirement as a player. The enthusiasm of the almost packed venue remained the same as ever as it was last in 2013 when Tendulkar played…