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Waqar Younis to coach BPL franchise Sylhet Sixers

, the former Pakistan captain and coach, has inked a two-year deal as head coach of Bangladesh Premier League franchise, Sylhet Sixers. He will replace Jafrul Ehsan in the BPL for 2018 and 2019. Waqar is presently working with Pakistan Super League franchise ... ESPN Cricinfo, 1 month ago

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Waqar Younis wins hearts. But this time not with the ball

Pakistan’s legendary pacer Waqar Younis took to Twitter on Sunday to wish his wife, Faryal Waqar, on their 18th wedding anniversary. READ | Gundappa Viswanath turns 69 - Cricket legend’s best memories and disappointments Waqar shared a picture of him with ...
 MSN India2 months ago

Pakistan pioneers hail reverse swing as 'art' not 'cheating'

Pakistans masters of reverse-swinging a cricket ball have unanimously defended it as an "art" which can be achieved without the tampering that ended in shameful bans for three Australian players. Steve Smith had to step down as Australia captain and David ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Bizarre ways of ball tampering: Mint, zipper, teeth and now sandpaper

Teeth, zipper, mint and add sandpaper to it now, the desperation to extract reverse swing in unfavourable conditions has driven international teams to find bizarre ways to tamper the ball. Cameron Bancroft hiding a yellow strip of sandpaper in his pants easily fits into one of the many bizarre ball-tampering tactics but perhaps more sillier in execution when hawks like 'Oscar-The Cameraman' are in operation. The phenomenon of ball-tampering has been around for decades in the gentleman's game ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Ball tampering incidents that rocked cricket  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

'The Salman Khan of Indian cricket'

'I became aggressive as a captain because I realised the players needed that backing...''We in India are brought up to be docile, goody-goody, but that needed to change on the field,' Sourav Ganguly tells Udit Misra.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff/com So tell me, did you like the book (Sourav Ganguly's A Century Is Not Enough)?" asks one of the people facilitating the interview. "Frankly, no," I say as I wait for my turn in the lobby of Vivanta by Taj in New Delhi to meet someone I believe ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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