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No unrest due to my retirement: Haddin

Australia's veteran wicket-keeper Brad Haddin clearly said that there is no unrest among the players following his retirement after Ashes 2015. Haddin had missed the second Ashes test citing family reasons. He was available in time for selection for...
Shane Warne

Quotes by Shane Warne

Without a doubt, Shane Warne was easily one of the most controversial cricketers of all time, and amongst those who always gave the media 'stuff' to write upon. While his legend on the cricket field is great one and...

Twitter reacts to Glenn Maxwell’s Ridiculous Catch

Australia's Glenn Maxwell took an absolute stunner in the Leeds ODI against England to get rid of Liam Plunkett when he was on 17. His incredible effort at the boundary line almost sealed the series for the Aussies. England,...

Pitches were manipulated according to our style of play: Anderson

England's premier fast bowler and a legend in the making, James Anderson, agreed to the fact that the pitches during the Ashes were made in a way which suited England, and adds that there is no shame in doing...
Lords cricket ground, London.

The Lord’s Regret!

The Mecca of Cricket- Lord's Cricket Ground has history unfolded in its arms. The 'Headquarters' is the dream ground for every cricketer. They have a great incentive to excel at lord's. Not only can they mesmerize the crowd with...
Stokes

Stokes : I was protecting myself

The Ben Stokes dismissal in the 2nd ODI between England and Australia has been the talk of the town among cricket fans. The Englishman was given out for obstructing the field, becoming the first Englishman to be dismissed in this...

Twitter reacts to Shane Watson’s Retirement from Test Cricket

Australian veteran All-Rounder Shane Watson has announced his retirement. Watto called his time on his Test Career after 10 Years, in which he played 59 Tests for the Aussies, scoring 3,731 runs at an average of 35.19, he was...
Shane Watson

Shane Watson Announces Retirement from Tests

Australian all rounder Shane Watson has announced retirement from Test Cricket with immediate effect. The news has been broken by Cricket Australia through twitter. https://twitter.com/CAComms/status/640462748854284288 The decision from Watson has come on the back of a calf injury sustained yesterday in...