Former India wicket-keeper Farokh Engineer has questioned Mahendra Singh Dhonis ploy to stand back to spinner Ravindra Jadeja during the second Test against England, at Lords. Standing back to Ravindra Jadeja didnt make sense at all. I just couldnt fathom why ... The Telegraph, 4 hours ago
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Over the course of the Trent Bridge Test, many former Indian cricketers dropped by at the Hospitality Box No.12. Sunil Gavaskar, Farokh Engineer, Rahul Dravid — all walked into the room with the top-of-the-sightscreen view, a table for eight, ...Indian Express, 1 week ago
As expected, Sachin Tendulkar leads the run-scoring chart among Indian batsmen in England. He tallies 1575 runs from 17 matches, at an average of 54, with four centuries and eight fifties. Rahul Dravid, another batting great, is second with 1376 runs from 13 Tests, with six centuries and four fifites. Three of his centuries were scored on his last tour of the UK, in 2011, when India were whitewashed 4-0. Sunil Gavaskar, regarded as one of the best opening batsmen of his era, too has an ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago Indian cricket's watershed moment in 1971 Yahoo! Malaysia, 2 weeks ago
Shikhar Dhawan (L), Mahendra Sing Dhoni (C) and Ravindra Jadeja pose for pictures with the ICC Champions Trophy in Birmingham, central England, on June 24, 2013, a day after beating England in a rain-delayed final at Edgbaston. AFP Mahendra ...NDTV, 2 weeks ago Dhoni turns 33, Records Beckon in England NDTV, 2 weeks ago
Starting next month on July 9, India will play five Tests in England this summer. You have to be middle-aged or older to appreciate the significance of that sentence. I began following Test cricket when M.J.K. Smith's MCC side toured India in the ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
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