While the history of Indian cricket is now very attractive, we have experienced many selfless Indian cricketers with the time progress, who always gave priority to the Indian team rather than themselves. Similarly, we have seen many selfless Indian cricketers in the
In the Indian Premier League (IPL), the Indians and foreigners are equally important for each of the franchise. Like the Indian bowlers, Indian batsmen also play very important roles for their franchise. We may not see many Indian batsmen win the Orange
Chennai Super Kings’ veteran star, Suresh Raina believes IPL 2020 will be full of challenges, players need to have clarity of thought. The Indian Premier League will be played in UAE in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic and will be held
Chennai Super Kings batsman, Suresh Raina is confident about his skipper MS Dhoni and states he is all pumped up for the IPL 2020, to be held in UAE. The 33-year-old who will be back on the pitch in the IPL has
The 33-year-old veteran Indian cricketer Suresh Raina recently highly praised the young Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant. Raina feels that Pant has a quality future and he can be utilised properly if the teammates look after him. The 22-year-old Rishabh Pant made his
India batting star Rohit Sharma, on Sunday, reacted to Suresh Raina’s comparison of him with legendary MS Dhoni. Rohit Sharma was interacting with his fans on Twitter through a question-answer session when one of his fans asked him about Raina’s recent comments.
As everybody is celebrating friendship day today, Suresh Raina has also written a special note for CSK skipper and teammate MS Dhoni on social media. He wrote that Dhoni is more than a friend for him, labelling him as his mentor and
Suresh Raina’s international career is pretty much off the track now. Not very long ago, he was an indispensable part of India’s limited-overs teams and rightly so. However, a string of poor performances saw him lose his spot in the team and
Replacing MS Dhoni as captain is a herculean job. No captain in the world has enjoyed as much success as the former India captain while he was leading the team. He is the most decorated skipper in the history of Indian cricket.
Just as it had to change in other aspects, the game of cricket has interestingly evolved from a slow, good-spirited game to a fierce, fast and ever-changing sport. With passion often entangled with aggression, sparks start to fly and temper reaches the