Author: Muhammad Hashir

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India’s cricket board, the BCCI, has released new dates for the tour of Sri Lanka next year, 2024. As per the new schedule that has emerged regarding the alteration of the fixtures, all three T-20 Internationals (T20Is) and the first One Day International (ODI) have been moved by a day. The tour will start with the T20I leg, all of which are set to be played at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium. The first T20I will now be held on the 27th of July, a day later than the initial schedule. The rest of the T20I cricket games are scheduled…

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The wedding of the year is the union of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant, happening right now in Mumbai, India. Anant is the son of business tycoon Mukesh Ambani and the owner of the Mumbai Indians IPL team. This big show is an elaborate mix of style and glitz, and it is graced by a plethora of the crème of society. From the cricket fields to the film fraternity to the music bands to the business tycoons and social media influencers. Everyone has heard of the flamboyant Ambani family, and they have yet again put on a luxurious party, which…

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A major update in Pakistan cricket is that the pace sensation Shaheen Afridi has agreed to play in the upcoming two-Test series against Bangladesh. Geo Super which is considered one of the leading media agencies hailing from Pakistan reported that the left-arm pacer has already conveyed to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) his preparedness to play in the crucial Test series to be held next month. This announcement has received a lot of applause and joy from many fans and selectors who are looking forward to seeing him play again. This will come as a major decision arising at a…

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Sometimes even the best of players get a raw deal, and one such day was on Saturday (July 13) for world-eminent Chennai Super Kings (CSK) skipper Ruturaj Gaikwad in the fourth T20I of the five-match series between India and Zimbabwe in Harare. Relatively, the match was very important for both sides, and there was a shocking event when Gaikwad dropped a simple catch on the ground. Which could have been among his career’s easiest to catch, which proved costly for the game. The Missed Opportunity http://gty.im/1685967279 The said incident took place when Zimbabwe was batting in the eleventh over. Bowling…

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Tushar Deshpande, a cricketer in the fast bowling family of CSK, got his breakthrough into international cricket during India’s fourth T20I match against Zimbabwe at Harare. It was the kind spell that could have been better had the whole world known his talent, but unfortunately, only the Australians did until the twenty-year-old heralded himself in style to domestic cricket. Deshpande got the call-up to the national squad after displaying impressive form in Sugar, different domestic, and the IPL competitions, where he stood up to the task. When coming to the crease, he looked like he owned the place, and yet…

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Recalling the moment when he first met the current SRH captain, Nitish Kumar Reddy, recently revealed an interesting story of his first meeting with Pat Cummins. Cummins, who was bought by KKR in the December 2023 IPL auction for a whopping amount of Rs . 20.50 crore, took over the captaincy of the team from Aiden Markram. During the interview, Kumar Reddy told the story of how he was rescued by the Australian pacer and the impressions it made on him. Cummins’ Encouraging Words http://gty.im/2153817634 Most of the respondents virtually narrated how they had a great time in practice games…

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Pakistan’s star fast bowler Shaheen Afridi faces the possibility of sitting out the upcoming two-Test series against Bangladesh due to a private and joyous reason. The imminent arrival of his first child with wife Ansha, whom he married in February last year. This personal milestone has prompted discussions within the team about granting Afridi time off to be with his family during this crucial period. Red-ball coach Jason Gillespie has affirmed the team’s support for Afridi, stating that they are prepared to accommodate his absence should he choose to prioritize his family commitments over cricket. This gesture underscores the team’s…

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As the recently concluded T20 World Cup in the US and West Indies drew to a close, two of the most senior functionaries of the International Cricket Council (ICC), who were entrusted with the major responsibility of arranging the tour, resigned. Event organized by the ICC, namely Chris Tetley as the Head of Events and Claire Furlong, the General Manager of Marketing and Communications, left the organization before the ICC annual conference in Colombo, Sri Lanka, where the ill-managed event that was expected to be a major topic of discussion was poorly handled. As reported by Cricbuzz sources, the top officials…

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Rohit Sharma strengthened his great status as a cricketing star by leading the Indian cricket team to their second consecutive victory in the T20 World Cup in the final match against South Africa in Barbados. Besides, it has been India’s T20 World Cup triumph to get rid of seven years later and also concludes the century’s eleventh year of their ICC trophy win, which proved Sharma’s captaincy and batting in international circuits. Having been recently crowned champion, Rohit Sharma shifted to another code by playing tennis at Wimbledon. Sporting a well-polished slicked-back hairstyle with a perfect black tuxedo costume and…

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Unleashing a major revamp, PCB announced a new selection committee on Friday before the much-anticipated two-match Test series against Bangladesh. This major change came after Pakistan’s poor showing in the T20 World Cup 2024, meaning there was a need for the reconstruction of positions within the team’s organizational structure. The new Pakistan selection committee has a balance of experience and leadership, like having captains for both the red-ball and white-ball teams, Babar Azam and Shan Masood. Head coaches of both Gary Kirsten and Jason Gillespie, respectively. Cult players like Asad Shafiq and Mohammad Yousuf have been kept due to their…

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Yuvraj Singh gave a glimpse of the past by terrorizing the bowlers of the Australian Champion and scoring 59 runs in just 28 balls in the semifinal of the 2024 World Championship of Legends. India Champions picturing themselves at the Northampton County Ground, the experienced all-rounder let out class, hitting five sixes and four boundaries. These explosive innings were crucial in taking his side to a dominating score of 254-6 in the stipulated 20 overs after they had been asked to bat. Continuing Dominance Over Australia http://gty.im/692213086 It was known from Yuvraj Singh’s fast half-century in the semifinal of the…

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Ever since Rohit Sharma triumphed for India to clinch the ICC T20 World Cup on June 29th in Barbados, he has asserted his dominance as the papal figure of Indian cricket. Besides being outstanding in leadership and batting, he led the team to triumph in a grand final match, which generated a victory celebration storm all over the country and ended in a triumphant motorcade in Mumbai. This great event has now placed Sharma’s role in Indian cricket beyond the earthly realm and has placed him among Indian heroes. Apart from the cricketing skills and records, one great quality that…

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Pakistan limited-overs fast bowler, Shaheen Afridi, has recently become the talk of the town for his aggressive behavior towards head coach Gary Kirsten and other coaching staff on the England tour and the T20 World Cup 2024. These reports indicate that there were some cases of physical confrontations with the members of the opposing team, and the team managers were aware of these events, but they never considered it fit to take any action against the pacer. There are existing rumors from Geo News that Shaheen Afridi was rude and abusive to the coaching staff during the recent tours. Nevertheless,…

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The Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya graced the fancied wedding ceremony held at Mumbai’s Antoine on July 12 between Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant along with the cricket sphere. It was a media and fans’ favorite night when Bollywood stars and Hollywood glamorous personalities graced the event. Cricket player Pandya, who is always energetic and cheerful, was also spotted partying with Bollywood actress Ananya Panday. His look characterized the convergence of two worlds of sports and entertainment, thereby depicting his fame in the social domain other than cricket. Pandya’s looks and generous portions of style were a hit with publishers and…

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Abhishek Sharma must have enjoyed a rather entertaining first week in India, or Harare, as it may be. Rising to the occasion to replace the big names of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, the attractive, intact left-hander, having played only his second T20I match, scored a century of fifty-four balls in the game. The ability of the 23-year-old failed to sparkle in the other two knocks. However, one thing that has not gone tossed out of the window is the obsession with targeting the deep mid-wicket area for big hits. On debut in that region, the Punjab and SRH batsman…

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Accumulating the latest information, the Indian head coach has recently suggested the name of Morne Morkel, a former South African fast bowler, for the post of bowling coach of the Indian cricket team. This possible appointment seems to have intrigued and excited many in the world of cricket because of what Morkel did as a player and then as a coach. The web sources reveal that Morne Morkel is among the frontrunners to bag the most sought-after job of bowling coach in India. He stands on a list of other ex-cricketers who have applied for the head coach position, some…

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For the West Indies cricket team, what was more emotional was that they had specifically planned to have a salute to England’s legendary fast bowler James Anderson in this solemn event of his final test match at Lord’s. But to show that they are not totally against the team, their gesture of forming a guard of honor was poorly followed by a run-out celebration during the said match. Before the final Test series at Lord’s and James Anderson played his final game, West Indies players had planned to give him a guard of honor when the left-handed batsman was going…

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Hardik Pandya has always been in the limelight for his splendid performance in the middle and swanky looks off the field. Currently, his private life has opened to public discussion, especially concerning the rumors about his marriage to Natasia Stankovic. Being an influential cricketer in the world and having thousands of followers on social media platforms, Hardik Pandya has developed a trend in which he does whatever he wants to do, whether it is a post on any social networking site or going out for any gatherings. The marriage to Natasa Stankovic, a Serbian actress and dancer, continues to fuel…

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Pakistan’s Test coach Jason Gillespie has highlighted a lot of issues, one of which is the workload issue when it comes to the team’s pacers, Shaheen Shah Afridi and Naseem Shah. Discussing this issue with a group of about ten journalists in Karachi, the former Australian Test bowler was very harmonic. Gillespie, who recently took up the responsibility of Pakistan’s Test team head coach, is yet to commence his series against Bangladesh. He was impressed by how much pressure there is on Shaheen and Naseem to perform in all formats and play franchise cricket as well.  Managing Workload and Player…

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The match was poetry in fast bowling in which Lockie Ferguson and Saurabh Netravalkar bundled out the Seattle Orcas’ batting unit for seven wickets. Orcas, after winning the toss chose to bat, but lost wickets early on and finished with a small total of 124. H. Klaasen was the only Orcas batsman to show some fight, which he did with 51 off 30 balls. However, this was not to be, as the rest of the batting line-up was a blunt force that could easily be swatted away like an insect. There was an early loss on both sides, with Lockie…

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