When England won the Ashes and followed it with a whitewash against India, the British media went over board and claimed that this team is well poised to dominated the world cricket over the next decade. However as expected the things started to fall apart when they started playing in the sub-continent tracks. They were white washed [...]
Last year I wrote an article about Pollard ( The Joy of Watching Pollard) on how he makes cricket simple and beautiful. Lot of people did not agree with that and said that he is not a cricketer at all (just like what Michael Holding often says). Today he proved yet again what a player [...]
To put the once mighty West Indies in the bracket of minnows is going to hurt many fans around the world. For more than three decades West Indies remained the second favorite team for all cricket fans around the world (after their home team), and its decline robbed the cricket fans of the beauty and [...]
Dubai, (PTI): India can close the gap on Australia – world number one in ODIs – if they manage a clean sweep against West Indies in the five-match one-day series. Failure to win the series in the Caribbean will, however, dent India’s ambitions. With 121 points, second-placed India trail Australia by eight points. In fact, [...]
Ricky Ponting shown his form in the dressing room by smashing the LCD after he was run out in the match against Zimbabwe and may face disciplinary charges.
Ricky Ponting – Can a man whose aggression is a manifestation of his hunger to win do it? Can a man who is struck by the dearth of runs and who is buried under the ashes of criticism, impersonate a Phoenix? Can he be Australia’s key man at the World Cup? We’ll find out in due time.
England loses Matt Prior in the first over after choosing to bat!
“I don’t think he would want to go out on this note. He had a bad couple of months: he failed to regain the Ashes, didn’t get any runs and had an argument with an umpire. It’s not how he would want to finish.”
Australia wins the 2nd T20 by 4 runs!
The Australian outfit requires a wide-range revival to have a complete turn around in their fortunes; it’s time for cricket Australia to come up with some tough and sensible decisions which is going to be good for the betterment of the future of cricket in Australia.
“My pace is back to 150km/h so I’m really happy with where it is at. I don’t look at myself being 34 and think I’m past it. I think there are a few good years ahead of me.” – Lee
“I can tell you that I was never approached by anyone, neither had we had any discussions about the same in the team meeting.”
Australia won the third test match by 267 runs.
The WACA demons are back to haunt the Australian captain and this time it was against England.The last time, West Indies pace bowler Kemar Roach injured his elbow and this time Ricky Ponting suffered an injury on his left little finger.