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Kohli a 'tinker man' tinkers a little bit too much while captaining: Nasser Hussain

New Delhi, (UNI) Former England captain Nasser Hussain calls Indian skipper Virat Kohli a 'tinker man' as he tinkers a little bit too much when leading his side.

Speaking on Star Sports show Cricket Connected, Hussain talks about Kohli evolving as a captain over the years.<

Rohit Sharma, one of the greatest ever ODI openers : Kris Srikkanth

Mumbai, (UNI) Former India captain Krishnamachari Srikkanth has heaped rich praise on Rohit Sharma, saying the stylish batsman is one of the greatest ever ODI openers, considering his ability to convert centuries into daddy hundreds.

As an opener, Rohit has scored 7148 runs from 14

Thought we had no scope after being bowled out for 183, Srikkanth recalls 83' WC final

Mumbai, (UNI) Former India cricketer Kris Srikkanth has said that his teammates never thought they had any scope of winning the 1983 World Cup final after being bowled out for a paltry 183, but a pep-talk from captain Kapil Dev changed the atmosphere in the team, ultimately leading to victory.&nb

Vasant Raiji India's oldest First-Class Cricketer no more, BCCI, Tendulkar pay condolences

Mumbai, (UNI)

Vasant Raiji, India's oldest first-class cricketer and historian, breathed his last in wee hours on Saturday at his residence in Walkeshwar in South Mumbai due to old-age.

"It is with profound sadness that BCCI has learnt of the passing of Vasant Ra

First Lanka tour, now Zimbabwe series postponed by BCCI due to corona

Mumbai, (UNI)

Indian Cricket Team Zimbabwe tour comprising three ODIs starting August 22 this year has been cancelled due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Friday announced. 


Earlier, Team India was originally schedu

Australia pacer Starc keen for pink-ball Test against India

Melbourne, (UNI)

Australia pacer Mitchell Starc on Tuesday said that he is looking forward to the prospect of playing a pink-ball Test during India's next Test tour of the country.
On their last tour in 2018/19, when India secured their first-ever series win on Australian soi

Tendulkar more successful than Kohli in ODIs : Gambhir

New Delhi, (UNI)

Former cricketer turned politician Gautam Gambhir has termed batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar more successful batsman than current captain Virat Kohli in the ODIs due to change in rules and icon's career longevity. 


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Ganguly has leadership abilities to run ICC in future : David Gower

New Delhi, (UNI)

Former England skipper David Gower believes that chances are high that Sourav Ganguly will one day find himself in ICC, but feels leading BCCI is any day a bigger job.

The elegant left-hander is very impressed with Ganguly's leadership abilities and b

Mithali Raj urges BCCI to organise women's IPL from 2021

Agencies, New Delhi

India women's ODI captain Mithali Raj on Thursday urged the BCCI to come up with a plan to organise the Women's Indian Premier League (IPL) from the year 2021, even on a smaller scale, before gradually developing it.

"I personally feel they sho

Don't think Dhoni will come back in Team India: Sehwag

Ahmedabad, Legendary former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag on Tuesday said he did not think former skipper and wicket-keeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni would be able to come back in Team India, even if he performed well in the coming IPL.Talking to newspersons here, Sehwag, who was in Ahmedab