Sachin Tendulkar, the legendary Indian batsman idolized former Indian opening batsman Sunil Gavaskar and West Indian big-hitter Sir Vivian Richards in his early days. He also looked up to several cricketers but the two were his idols. Sachin Tendulkar has many records
Top 5 Batsmen Who Got Out In 290s. Getting out in the 90’s itself is heartbreaking, but falling in 290s is just an agonising pain for a batsman. For his teammates, he did the job by laying down a solid foundation and
India is a prominent name in the world for its culture, heritage and sports, and sportsmen who visit the country for their sports schedule often come back to explore more of it. These players, not only got bowled over by the scenic
British king or queen honour a man for his achievements or service to his country with the title of knighthood. Being awarded this prestigious title is every person’s dream but few get the chance every year to get an appreciation for their
Cricket and Bollywood are the two industries that get the most attention of the Indian public. These are the two trendsetters and any controversies related to them become a big show in Indian media and among people. So, when cricket and Bollywood
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
Former Indian legend, Sunil Gavaskar, has compared the likes of Virat Kohli to former West Indian legend, Sir Viv Richards and said that the Indian captain bats like him. Virat Kohli is arguably the best batsman in world cricket at the moment.
Since the inception of One Day International (ODI) cricket, the game has seen a lot of transformation. The limited-overs format has changed tremendously over the last two to three decades. In the 1970s & 1980s, ODI was a 60-over format but later
Every cricketer’s dream is to contribute his best to help them lift the World Cup trophy. He always wants to be part of the winning cause. In this regard, a batsman who registers a three-digit score in the grand-finale gets immense pleasure.
Cricket in the Carribean was like a religion during the 1970s & the ’80s and Cricketers were worshipped like gods. Although the fans are still passionate about the sport, the ’70s & ’80s were the golden years of the West Indies Cricket.