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Kiran More Believes Virat Kohli Will Soon Pave The Way For Rohit Sharma For A Leadership Role

Kiran More firmly believes that Virat Kohli will soon pave the way for Rohit Sharma to lead the Indian team in some formats. The former wicketkeeper-batsman opined on Wednesday that the picture will become a lot clearer after the upcoming tour to England, which is scheduled just before the T20 World Cup in October-November. The Virat Kohli-Rohit Sharma

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Kiran More Tests COVID-19 Positive And Has Been Isolated

Kiran More, who is associated with IPL franchise Mumbai Indians as a senior talent scout and wicket-keeping consultant, has tested positive for Covid-19. In the latest development, Mumbai Indians’ (MI) senior talent scout and wicket keeping consultant Kiran More on Tuesday tested positive for Covid-19. Kiran More Is Currently Asymptomatic And Has Been Isolated: Mumbai

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‘Long Racehorse’ Rishabh Pant Is A 100-Test Player : Kiran More

Rishabh Pant, then 17 years old opener carted eight sixes and 22 boundaries in his 133-ball 186 against a Baroda Cricket Association (BCA) XI representing a Delhi colts team in the Under-19 J.Y. Lele All India One-day Invitation Tournament in Baroda, on September 21, 2014, as former India wicketkeeper Kiran More immediately noted down his

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Australia vs India 2020-21: Wriddhiman Saha To Don Gloves For 1st Test As Speculation Ends

Wriddhiman Saha will be wicketkeeper for the 1st Test as announced on the eve of Adelaide’s day-night Test starting 17th December against Australia. Both Rishabh Pant and Wriddhiman Saha did well in the tour games, and the Indian team management is suffering from a selection dilemma of sorts but they finally selected Wriddhiman Saha as

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MS Dhoni. Image Credits: Twitter
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‘When Dhoni Came, He Took The Indian Cricket By Storm’- Kiran More Reveals What Led To MS Dhoni’s Selection In Team India

Former Indian chief selector, Kiran More, has shed light on how former Indian skipper, MS Dhoni, was picked in the India National Cricket Team back in the year 2004 and has revealed how they were impressed by Dhoni’s presence. MS Dhoni is widely regarded as the most successful Indian captain in the history of Indian

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MS Dhoni. Credits: AP
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Kiran More Talks About The Impact Of MS Dhoni In Indian Team

Former Indian wicket-keeper Kiran More recently talked about the impact of former Indian wicket-keeper batsman and World T20 & World Cup-winning captain MS Dhoni in the national team. While MS Dhoni took a long break from professional cricket after the heartbreaking semi-final defeat in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, he surprisingly announced the retirement

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MS Dhoni Himself Can Take Call On Retirement: Kiran More

MS Dhoni’s presence as Chennai Super Kings skipper in IPL 2020, for the first time since his international retirement in August earlier this year undoubtedly cheered his fans. However, MS Dhoni’s dismal showing with the bat in IPL 2020 season coupled with CSK’s performance as the team made many ask if MS Dhoni would be

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Kiran More. Image Credit: Getty Images.
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He Came To Hit Me With The Bat: Kiran More Shares Sledging Incident During India’s Tour Of Pakistan In 1989

Former wicketkeeper-batsman Kiran More, who has represented India in 49 Tests and 94 ODIs, has shared a sledging incident in the India tour of Pakistan in 1989. He labelled the verbal confrontation with Saleem Malik during that tour as hilarious though the Pakistani player came to hit him with the bat. India and Pakistan being

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Kiran More. Image Credit: Getty Images.
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Scratching The Ball Was Allowed: Kiran More On Ball-Tampering During India And Pakistan Series

Former wicketkeeper-batsman Kiran More, who has represented India in 94 ODIs and 49 Tests, has given a shocking statement on ball-tampering in India’s tour of Pakistan in 1989. He said that the players used to scratch ball for reverse swinging because it was prevalent during that time. In the contemporary cricket world, if a player

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