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Monty Panesar Revealed Plans Shared With James Anderson To Dismiss Sachin Tendulkar

Monty Panesar, England spinner has explained how and veteran fast bowler James Anderson planned on dismissing the great former Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar during India vs England Tests. Sachin Tendulkar was prolific against several bowlers of his time but was never at his free-flowing best against England spinner Monty Panesar and pacer James Anderson. In

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Robin Uthappa
Robin Uthappa (Image Credit: Twitter)
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Robin Uthappa Reckons MS Dhoni’s Wit Is Sharper Than His Glovework

Robin Uthappa, the veteran Indian batsman, reckoned that MS Dhoni’s wit is sharper than his wicketkeeping skills. The 35-year-old went down the memory lane when MS Dhoni, in a funny way, tried to get under former England skipper Kevin Pietersen’s skin. MS Dhoni’s antics were regarding a Test match between the two sides back in

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Yuvraj Singh, Durban, Stuart Broad, Six Sixes
DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA - 19 September: Six no. 5, India's Yuvraj Singh hits six sixes off Stuart Broad of England in one over for his 58 runs off 16 balls during the ICC Twenty20 Cricket World Championship Super Eights match between England and India at Kingsmead on September 19, 2007 in Durban, South Africa. (Photo by Duif du Toit/Gallo Images/Getty Images)
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Yuvraj Singh Recalls His Six Sixes In An Over, Stuart Broad Reacts

On the 13th anniversary of the iconic six sixes Yuvraj Singh’s in an over against Stuart Broad, the former Indian swashbuckling batsman recalled the incident. In the 2007 inaugural World Cup, Yuvraj became the first Indian cricketer to hit six sixes in an over and also the second cricketer to ever do it in international

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Sourav Ganguly, NatWest Grand-Finale
Sourav Ganguly and Co. at Lord's Balcony. Image Credit: Getty Images.
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Independence Day Special: 5 Matches When Indian Team Embarrassed England On The Field

After India became an independent country on 15th August 1947, they slowly grew up in cricket. India won their first-ever international cricket match against England in 1952 during the Chennai Test. It took a lot of time for the Indian team to learn how to handle one of the oldest international cricket teams England and

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England Tour Of India For Limited-Overs Series Is Set To Be Postponed

England tour of India for the limited-overs series in late this year is set to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Also, the upcoming New Zealand A tour of India is likely to face the same disheartening fate. Coronavirus pandemic has forced to postpone many cricket events since the last March and the trend

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Tom Banton, Hary Gurney, Michael Vaughan
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ICC World Cup 2019: Only 86 England Fans At Edgbaston Including The Team- Michael Vaughan

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan mocked English support in the game against India. India and England are currently playing at Edgbaston, Birmingham. The match is a must win one for the hosts. Despite this, it appears that England supporters did not turn out when compared to their Indian counterparts. The 44-year old took a sly

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Usain Bolt
Usain Bolt. Credit: Google
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ICC World Cup 2019: Speedster Usain Bolt Backs India To Beat England

India have made a thumping start to their World Cup campaign. They have won four matches while one ended in a washout against New Zealand. They outplayed thier opponents in the first three games before escaping a shocker against Afghanistan. The Men in Blues will play West Indies next followed by the all-important game against

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India would take on England in the 3rd ODI.
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India vs England, 2018: First ODI – Statistical Highlights

Continuing their red-hot form in the white-ball cricket, India thrashed England by comprehensively by eight wickets in the first One-day International – to go one nil up in the three-match series. The Men in Blue came up with yet another clinical performance to emerge as victorious as a dominant force of the 50-over format. Wrecker-in-chief Kuldeep Yadav

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DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA - 19 September: Six no. 5, India's Yuvraj Singh hits six sixes off Stuart Broad of England in one over for his 58 runs off 16 balls during the ICC Twenty20 Cricket World Championship Super Eights match between England and India at Kingsmead on September 19, 2007 in Durban, South Africa. (Photo by Duif du Toit/Gallo Images/Getty Images)
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Watch: Virender Sehwag Recollects Yuvraj Singh’s Memorable Night in Durban

Not a single Indian cricket fan can forget 19 September 2007, when Yuvraj Singh lighted up Durban’s Kingsmead with a never-seen-before spectacle. Former England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff tried to verbally take on the southpaw without realising the devastation his war of words could cause. After the altercation between the two, Stuart Broad came to bowl and paid

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