South African all-rounder Chris Morris has cleared that he is not going to sign a Kolpak deal and will continue to play for his country. “There’s been a lot of noise around Kolpak, it has not only hampered me but has hampered
Resilience is one major aspect that is known to make or break a cricketer. This sport as a whole, has witnessed some inspiring outcomes, where individuals or even teams for that matter, have comeback from dire straits and gone on to achieve
South African all-rounder Chris Morris has been ruled out for at least 8 weeks due to an injury to his left knee. The hard-hitting all-rounder was replaced by Dwaine Pretorius in the squad for the upcoming ODI series against Australia at home.
West Indies will now face Australia in the Caribbean tri-series final on Sunday night following their comprehensive win over South Africa. Chasing down a challenging 286 in a virtual semi-final, the South Africans crumbled as their top order failed to live up
Chris Morris has been among the most improved cricketers of 2016. The towering all-rounder has been exceptional with the ball so far in the ongoing tri-series and he continues to grow with every outing in the middle. Morris has worked profusely hard
Chris Morris has emerged out as one of the most reliable all-rounders in world cricket off late. The tall South African had an outstanding IPL, where he represented the Delhi Daredevils and had a great outing with the ball. However, it was
Chris Morris, who was bought for Rs 7 crore by Delhi Daredevils said he enjoyed IPL but termed international cricket as a different animal prior to his nation’s tri-series at the Caribbean. “The IPL was a good one personally. I always see
IPL 9 was a successful tournament which saw some brilliant batting performances from individual players from all eight teams in the competition. Despite players with superb batting there were some instances that there innings did not result in their teams winning the
The Delhi Daredevils might not have qualified for the playoffs, but the individuals can look back at this edition with positive vibes. The first half of the IPL belonged to the Daredevils, as they played an aggressive and fascinating brand of cricket.
The group-stage of the Indian Premier League is over and the knock-outs are already upon us as the 9th edition of the competition draws to a close. The Gujarat Lions, the Royal Challengers Bangalore, the Sunrisers Hyderabad and the Kolkata Knight Riders