While Indian cricket is known to have produced a number of great batsmen and a few fine bowlers, it has also given the sport some brilliant fielders. Although not all of them were the most athletic of the lot, it is their catching ability that set ... Yahoo! India, 1 week ago
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Since 1953, when Vijay Hazare's team took on Jeffrey Stollmeyer's side at Queen's Park Oval, India have played West Indies 45 times in Tests in the Caribbean. Of those, they have won just five while losing 16 and drawing 24. Ahead of the four-Test ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago India in the West Indies: A brief Test history, part 1 Times of India, 2 weeks ago
With the team in capable hands, good things are in store for it. Since the advent of cricket in this country, the Indian team has been marshalled by notable coaches — be it a renowned foreign player or an Indian stalwart. But, we have never ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
In the month of March we will eagerly await to see the two leading Buddhist schools in Sri Lanka lock horns at their Big Match. While the cricket stars from Ananda and Nalanda take the field to match their skills in the Battle of the Maroons their ...Sri Lanka Daily News, 3 weeks ago
When Indian veteran batsman forgot what format he was playing during the inaugural 1975 World Cup PHOTO COURTESY: ESPNCRICINFO The World Cup turns 41 today and contrary to modern belief, the event hasnot always been as glamorous as ...The Express Tribune, 1 month ago
One of the benefits of T20 tournaments like the Indian Premier League, Big Bash, Caribbean Premier League and many others is the spectacular catching and fielding one gets to see. Gone are the days when casual and sloppy fielding was tolerated. Now ...News18.com, 1 month ago Thank the T20 Leagues for Those Stunning Catches IBNLive, 1 month ago
An upcoming film on Mohammad Azharuddin promises to be a potboiler, though not a true biopic, says Shakya Mitra. In December 1984, Kapil Dev was dropped for the Kolkata Test against England because he had played a poor shot in the previous game at Delhi, which cost India the match. In the retribution that followed, batsman Sandeep Patil too was rested. In his place, it was decided to play a lanky 21 year old from Hyderabad. "Carpe Diem," the angels whispered in Mohammad Azharuddin's ears as he ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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