Former South African all-rounder Albie Morkel, who spent six seasons for Chennai Super Kings (CSK), has recently opened up the reasons why CSK have achieved huge success. Albie Morkel, the elder brother of former Proteas pacer Morne Morkel, was a great all-rounder
While the South African team is getting ready for the away ODI series against the hosts India, former Proteas all-rounder, Albie Morkel feels that it is almost impossible to beat India in India. India and South Africa both are ready to end
It is a privilege to play Test cricket for the cricketers which very few have enjoyed. These days, with cricketers willing to commit themselves to the T20 leagues across the globe, many of them have not played the longest format of the
Since the inception of Twenty20, the game is not over till its actually over. This is why the shortest format of the game has offered. It eventually grabbed eyeballs following the thrilling finishes owing to nerve-racking moments. However, Indian Premier League (IPL) is
The Indian Premier League is undoubtedly the biggest T20 extravaganza on the planet. Players from around the world have always taken a keen interest in plying their trades in the cash-rich league. However, since the Indian Premier League schedule does not feature
Sixes are the biggest attraction in the T20 format and the batsmen have mastered the art of clobbering the bowlers over the boundary ropes. The India Premier League has been a huge platform such kind of ball butchering. Ever since its inception,
Former South African cricketer Albie Morkel has rubbished criticism hurled at his brother Morne Morkel and South Africa captain AB de Villiers after the Proteas disappointing One Day International tour to West Indies in the triangular series that involved Australia as well.