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Can Cook cross Tendulkar's magic figure?

With six or seven years of cricket still left, Cook, cricketing giants like Sunil Gavaskar and Ian Botham say, can easily overtake Tendulkar. The Hindu, 4 weeks ago

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Disappointed with Indian cricket; they need to look beyond T20s: Ian Botham

Ian Botham said that India needed to look beyond the 20-over format and focus more on Tests, in which they're struggling despite being ranked third. The post Disappointed with Indian cricket; they need to look beyond T20s: Ian Botham appeared first on ...
 First Post.com2 months ago Ian Botham expresses disappointment with Indian cricket  Sportskeeda.com2 months ago India should know there is more to cricket than T20: Botham  Business Standard2 months ago Why Botham is disappointed with Indian cricket...  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Alastair Cook can surpass Sachin Tendulkar's world batting record: England coach Trevor Bayliss

Tendulkar's world batting record: England coach Trevor Bayliss Legendary England cricketer Ian Botham also believes that Cook can break Tendulkar's record. Last Updated: Tuesday, May 31, 2016 - 20:10 New Delhi: England Test skipper Alastair Cook on Monday ...
 Zee News1 month ago
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Sir Richard Hadlee picks Virat Kohli, Kane Williamson, AB de Villiers as best batsmen of current generation

The former all-rounder also spoke about the friendly rivalry he shared with Kapil Dev, Imran Khan and Ian Botham during his playing days. Hadlee labelled Kohli as “World class” and said that it was a treat to watch the 27-year-old bat New Zealand ...
 Sportskeeda.com2 weeks ago

Why the Time Is Right for a Celebrity Moratorium in British Politics

Amid the collective jaw drops that greeted Boris Johnson's decision not to stand for PM, one smaller consequence has been overlooked: TV chef turned healthy eating campaigner Jamie Oliver will not now have to leave the UK. Oliver had signalled his ...
 Huffington Post UK1 hour ago
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Kohli is a phenomenal player; beautiful to watch: Richard Hadlee

- 'Kohli stamps his impression on the game and looks to dominate the bowlers. It takes a brave batsman to do that and he is showing no fear.' - 'Williamson will break all the New Zealand batting records in time and again, he plays normal cricket shots.' - 'De Villiers is another of those really destructive and orthodox players who can take the game away. So they are the top three in world cricket and rankings would reflect that.'   IMAGE: Virat Kohli celebrates scoring a century during IPL ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Lara appeared worried during my innings of 317: Gayle

Brian Lara looked worried and was on and on checking the scoreboard to see whether Chris Gayle during his innings of 317 against South Africa in 2005 was getting closer to his record, the latter claims in his autobiography. "Some players do care about ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Anderson is No. 1 Test bowler, Ashwin stays 2nd

Australia captain Steve Smith is the number-one ranked Test batsman, followed by Joe Root of England and New Zealand’s Kane Williamson. IMAGE: James Anderson celebrates dismissing Sri Lanka's Milinda Siriwardana during the second Test in Durham. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images England pacer James Anderson topped the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for Test bowlers for the first time in his career after bowling his side to a nine-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the second Test at ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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No loyalty to team, it's loyalty to money now: Steve Waugh

The "loyalty to money" which Twenty20 leagues around the world are promoting has made it impossible for any country to strike the perfect balance between all three formats of cricket, says former Australian captain Steve Waugh. Waugh, however, feels India, ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago No loyalty to team, there's loyalty to money now: Steve Waugh  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Darren Sammy did not smile

IMAGE: West Indies Captain Darren Sammy with the ICC World Twenty20 Cup at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata, April 3, 2016. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images   'He spoke to the fact that his West Indies -- a team that brings joy wherever it goes, the one team that plays with a carefree spirit in these days of carefully calibrated professionalism -- played this tournament enveloped in a world of hurt,' says Prem Panicker, the legendary cricket writer, reviewing the World T20 final. IMAGE: ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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