England’s opening batsman Jason Roy said that the English team is not scared of Virat Kohli. Meanwhile, Roy admitted the fact Virat Kohli is imposing figure on the field. In fact, Virat Kohli always likes to take the bull by its horns
While the game of cricket has its difficulties, it takes an immense amount of talent, hard work and dedication for the players to go out and perform on the 22 yards. However, it’s not only the cricketers who make the gentleman’s game
Channel Nine commentator Mark Nicholas has decided to take a break from the commentary box after the veteran commentator was rushed to the hospital twice in a period of three days. The first time, it was during the first day of the
Cricketer turned commentator Mark Nicholas was once again rushed to hospital on Wednesday after he fell sick inside the commentary box during the third day of the second Test between Australia and Pakistan in Melbourne. It’s the second time in three days Mark
Cricketer-turned-commentator Mark Nicholas had to be taken to the hospital whilst he was covering the Boxing Day Test between Australia and Pakistan at the MCG. The former Hampshire skipper was accompanied out of the ground by paramedics shortly after the lunch break.
For fans who flock the cricket grounds every season to get a glimpse of their favorite players, it is an experience that is hard to forget. But for the viewers who are in front of their Television sets, the one thing that
Former cricketer Mark Nicholas on Monday apologised for terming West Indies players “brainless”, a day after Darren Sammy lashed out at him during the post-match ceremony of the World Twenty20 final. Nicolas made the comments in his coloumn before the start of