Melbourne [Australia] Dec. 3 (ANI): Maverick England batsman Kevin Pietersen has heaped praise on Andrew Strauss, saying the former left-handed batsman has done a good job as director of the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). Strauss was named ... Yahoo! Singapore, 5 hours ago
Pietersen is all praises for Andrew Strauss Kevin Pietersen loves to be in the news, even when he is not on the cricket field. The flamboyant batsman who has had several issues with former skipper and current director of England Cricket, Andrew ...Sportskeeda.com, 1 day ago
Visakhapatnam: English captain Alastair Cook is confident that his team's "inexperienced" spinners will continue to trouble the highly rated Indian batting line-up in the second Test beginning at Visakhapatnam on Thursday. The English spin troika ...Firstpost.com, 2 weeks ago India vs England, 2nd Test: We are here to give India a run for their money, says Alastair Cook Indian Express, 2 weeks ago Ind vs Eng: James Anderson eyes Vizag comeback Deccan Chronicle, 3 weeks ago India vs England, 2nd Test: James Anderson eyes comeback in Vizag Asian Age, 3 weeks ago
England have travelled excellently to India for the better part of the last 25 years. Apart from the 3-0 whitewash in 1993 when the trio of Indian spinners spearheaded by Anil Kumble ran rings around them, they have often competed on an even keel.MSN News US, 2 weeks ago
Stuart Broad: My 100th Test for England is in the bag and now I want to top it off with a victory in India!
It was a proud moment to be handed a cap with the three lions on it and 100 underneath because they haven't been dished out too often and to receive it from one of my former captains in Andrew Strauss, who has helped me a lot throughout my career, ...AfricanSeer, 2 weeks ago Stuart Broad: Hundred up and now I want to cap it all with a Test victory! Online Nigeria News, 2 weeks ago
— PHOTO: AFP LEAVING NO STONE UNTURNED: The England players sweat it out in the nets at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai on Saturday. Eight hours of net session at a lovely ground in the city would have soothed the nerves of England players. ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
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