Former Indian cricketer, national selector and two-time Indian coach Anshuman Gaekwad recently revealed how they congratulated the former Indian World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev after creating a world record by becoming the most wicket-taker in Test cricket history. The all-rounder Kapil Dev
India’s dressing room culture, earlier, was different from what it is now. As it is evident, senior players are more friendly with their juniors in the team. They enjoy each other companies without any hesitation but the seniors also get equal respect.
The greatest allrounder of India Kapil Dev, while talking about his counterparts of his cricketing days, mentioned Imran Khan as a better captain than the allrounder. Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan, who is now the Prime Minister of his country, led the
Though we have heard it many times that “Cricket is a very unpredictable game”, most of the times we can predict the result of the game after a crucial period of the match. However, sometimes the unpredictable game theory has been proven
Serving for the country is always special for anyone. That’s why the Indian cricketers and other international cricketers always get huge respect from their fans. Due to their great contributions to the country, some Indian cricketers have earned the honorary rank from
A player never getting run out in his career is one of the biggest achievements for him. Even if the player is fit or young, there can be changes in the field where because of miscommunication with the batting partner, he can
It is not an easy job to lead a national team in any format. However, it becomes a more challenging job if anyone takes the Indian captaincy as the Indian captains always have to take high responsibility to lead the national side.
Indian cricket is famously known for its batting as many Indian batsmen have registered many records in international cricket history. There are some Indian batsmen who are famous to regularly perform fast batting, especially in the limited-overs cricket. While we have seen
There have been quite a few historic pictures in the Indian cricket fraternity that narrate the story of India’s uprise in world cricket. The first of which will always be Kapil Dev lifting the world cup trophy at the Lord’s Cricket Ground
As we all know, ODI cricket is one of the forms of the limited-overs leg. Indian team began ODI cricket since the year 1974 at Leeds in England, till now 229 players have had represented the Indian team, playing a total of