Greg Chappell, former Australian skipper believes Australia is no longer the best at identifying talent and that the country has lost the bragging right of calling itself the best at it. While Greg Chappell had a controversial run as the head coach
Pat Cummins has explained that he is open to the idea of leading the Australian team in the future. But the pacer was quick to admit that he needs to gain some experience in that regard before taking up the new role.
Greg Chappell, former Australian cricket captain has thrown his support behind Australian keeper and skipper Tim Paine, with the Test legend claiming that it is still not the time to be jettisoning Australia’s captain. Tim Paine’s captaincy and wicketkeeping were thrown into
Greg Chappell, former Indian coach lavished praise on the Indian cricket team after their historic Test series triumph against Australia. While Greg Chappell had a controversial run as the head coach of Team India, the former Australian captain is all praise for
Greg Chappell, former Australian cricketer penned down an open letter for current skipper Tim Paine after the latter was involved in a controversy during the third Test against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground. During the final day’s play in the 3rd
Former Australian cricketer Greg Chappell, who had a controversial coaching stint with the Indian team, has named the most exciting Test XI of the past six decades. Virat Kohli and Virender Sehwag are the only two Indian cricketers to get a place
Virat Kohli, the Indian skipper said tension and emotions will flare during the much-anticipated 4 match Test series but stressed he doesn’t expect things to get personal as there is a lot of mutual respect and admiration between the two teams post
Virat Kohli, Indian skipper who will feature in the 1st Test only and will miss the last three Tests declared himself a “representation of new India”, who is forever ready to take up challenges with optimism while responding to Australian Greg Chappell’s
[tps_footer][/tps_footer] Sanjay Manjrekar recalled how Indian skipper Virat Kohli reversed his Test fortunes around in his early years in the 2011-12 tour of Australia with a few crucial performances in the last two Tests after being on the verge of being dropped.
Virat Kohli often acknowledged that 2014 tour of England was the toughest phase of his career as the run machine struggled to cope with England’s veteran pacer James Anderson and often fell victim to his swing and control which also saw his