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Pakistan great mocks Babar Azam for ‘ruining’ Haris Rauf’s career

Former Pakistan pacer Aaqib Javed has launched a stinging tirade against current skipper Babar Azam for playing a key role in fast bowler Haris Rauf’s latest injury. Haris Rauf was part of the Pakistani playing XI that featured in Pakistan’s first Test loss against England in Rawalpindi but has been ruled out from the remainder of the series due to a grade-II strain in his right quad.
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David Warner withdraws captaincy ban appeal following 'offensive' panel comments

David Warner has announced he will withdraw an application to have his Cricket Australia leadership ban overturned, accusing the independent panel conducting the review of wanting to put him through a "public lynching". In social media posts published on Thursday evening, Warner also alleged that the independent counsel assisting the...

Legendary cricketer tears apart Pakistan after stunning England loss

Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar ripped into Babar Azam and his boys for their stunning loss in the opening Test match of the three-match series against England in Rawalpindi this week. Shoaib Akhtar pointed out that the Pakistan team didn’t show any kind of resilience to even draw the game,...
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Mike Hussey respects Marnus Labuschagne an Australian hitter

Labuschagne helped Australia defeat the West Indies by 164 runs. Mike Hussey, a legendary Australian cricketer, is in awe of Marnus Labuschagne, the batsman who just helped his country defeat the West Indies by 164 runs in the inaugural Test at Perth. Mike Hussey says he is astounded by the player’s turnaround.
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Five Players Who Have Played International Cricket For 2 Different Countries

Representing the nation is the prime aim of any cricketer and they work hard to raise to that level. While cricket has witnessed many greats like Sachin Tendulkar, Don Bradman, Wasim Akram and others, there have been players who have represented two different countries on the international stages. To add...
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West Indies capable of putting fierce challenge despite Australia being overwhelming favourite.

Adelaide[Australia], December 7 (ANI): Australia continues to hold the Frank Worrell trophy, as it has done since 1995, and there was little doubt that this would be the case even though they had to fight hard for their triumph in Perth. Because of this reality and the grit West Indies displayed, there is some optimism that Australia won't get a free pass in the now-customary day-night Test in Adelaide.
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‘Saste nashe…’ – Fans mock cricket’s governing body as Shaheen Afridi gets nominated for women’s player of the month

Cricket’s governing body has announced the nominees for the player of the month award for November on Tuesday, 6th of December. The body has announced the names in both men and women categories. Speaking of the men’s category, the list of nominees includes the likes of Shaheen Shah Afridi, England skipper Jos Buttler and his fellow English teammate Rashid Khan.
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David Warner withdraws bid to lift his lifetime ban from Australia captaincy

Melbourne [Australia], December 7 (ANI): Australia's star batter David Warner announced that he had withdrawn his application for overturning his captaincy ban, claiming the independent panel put in place to review the matter wanted to put him through a "public lynching" in an explosive post on Wednesday. In a lengthy...
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Only one captain has transformed Test cricket more than Ben Stokes

Two captains have transformed Test cricket – re-energised it in a word – and revived it as a form of mass entertainment. One is Ben Stokes, the other Sir Frank Worrell. “Test cricket is the pinnacle and it needs to be looked after,” Stokes said, and it could well have been the mantra of Worrell, the Barbadian who was one of the three Ws, along with Everton Weekes and Clyde Walcott, until he died of leukemia aged 42.
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Things to Consider When Buying an English Willow Bat

If you’re looking to buy an English Willow cricket bat, there are several factors to consider. From the size and weight of the bat to the price and quality of the wood, choosing the right English Willow cricket bat is essential for your performance. In this blog post, we’ll explore the various aspects to consider when selecting an English Willow bat and how the English Willow cricket bat price plays a role in your decision.
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IND vs BAN: “Rohit Sharma, Deepak Chahar, Kuldeep Sen excluded from 3rd ODI, Rohit Sharma also doubtful for test series” – Rahul Dravid

The Indian cricket team suffered a heartbreaking loss in the 2nd ODI match against Bangladesh in Dhaka. The Men in Blue would be disappointed for not being able to capture key moments of the game. Skipper Rohit Sharma showed tremendous courage as he came to bat with an injured hand and nearly won the game in front of a billion people.
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Injured Rohit Sharma Likely To Miss 3rd ODI, Could Be Racing Against Time For Tests: Report | Cricket News

India skipper Rohit Sharma is likely miss the third ODI against Bangladesh after splitting the webbing between his left thumb and index finger during the second match of the series, here on Wednesday. Standing at second slip, Rohit was left with a bloodied hand when he dropped Anamul Haque off Mohammed Siraj in the fourth ball of the second over. He was escorted off the field by the team physio. He was rushed to a Dhaka hospital for scan and the affected area required multiple stitches during the initial treatment.
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Rabada: I ran out of steam!

PROTEAS speedster Kagiso Rabada has admitted that his performances at the recently concluded T20 World Cup in Australia were not good enough and believes fatigue played a big role in that. The 26-year-old fast bowler was operating well below his best Down Under in a World Cup campaign that ended...
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‘Some things are more important than cricket’: David Warner withdraws bid to qualify for Australia captaincy

David Warner has withdrawn his bid to have his lifetime leadership ban from Australian cricket overturned. Warner has described how the Cricket Australia trial has been devastating for his family in a detailed Instagram account of the behind-the-scenes events. Here’s what Warner posted:. Former Australian captain Ian Chappell previously...