Ignored my knee because I wanted to look sexy for girls, tells WI's Andre Russell

One of the finest T20 players in the world right now, West Indies star Andre Russell has revealed that he wanted to look sexy for girls and is now paying the price for ignoring the pain in his knee. The hard-hitting allrounder Jamaican is widely regarded as the most devastating batsman in the world right now. His performance in the last edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) pretty much established him as an elite T20 player. And as the West Indies star kept taking the cricket world by storm, he has delivered some words of wisdom for the budding cricketers. For all the youngsters who want to be the next Andre Russell, the pace-bowling allrounder advised them to focus on working on their lower part of the body. He revealed his mistake in taking care of his knees and advised the youngsters to learn from it. “Those who want to be another Russell should never do what happened… read more
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ICC ODI rankings: Jasprit Bumrah loses No.1 spot, Virat Kohli stays on top despite NZ horror

Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has lost his top spot in the latest ICC ODI Bowling Rankings updated after New Zealand vs. India 3-0 in a recently-concluded 3-match series. Jasprit Bumrah dropped 45 rating points to slip to the No. 2 spot after a horror run in the 3-match ODI series against New Zealand. Bumrah is now behind Trent Boult, who has climbed to the top spot despite not playing the ODI series against India with a hand injury. Bumrah finished with 0 for 50 in 10 overs in the 3rd ODI on Tuesday while in the first two matches he had figures of 0 for 64 and 0 for 53 respectively. Overall, he bowled 30 overs for 167 runs with 1 maiden to his name. Virat Kohli retains top spot despite dropping points On the other hand, Virat Kohli maintains his spot at the top of ICC ODI Batting Rankings. He is the No. 1 batsman in ODIs with 869 points. Rohit Sharma, who missed the ODI ser… read more
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U19 World Cup 2020: ICC declares Team of the Tournament

Bangladesh won a rain-affected final, chasing down India’s 177 to win by three wickets by the DLS method, suitably capping off a thrilling tournament in South Africa. The official team of the tournament features representatives from six sides and is skippered by Bangladesh captain Akbar Ali, with the likes of Ibrahim Zadran, Nyeem Young and Player of the Tournament Yashasvi Jaiswal all included. An adjudication panel of five selected both the team and player of the tournament, with commentators Ian Bishop, Rohan Gavaskar and Natalie Germanos joined by ESPN Cricinfo correspondent Sreshth Shah and ICC representative Mary Godbeer. ICC U19 Cricket World Cup team of the tournament (in batting order): Yashasvi Jaiswal – India Ibrahim Zadran – Afghanistan Ravindu Rasantha – Sri Lanka Mahmudul Hasan Joy – Bangladesh Shahadat Hossain – Bangladesh Nyeem Young – West Indies Akbar Ali … read more
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Cricket Australia Awards 2020: Full List For Who Won What?

Australia cricket just witnessed its night of nights as the Cricket Australia’s annual awards ceremony took place at Crown Melbourne on Monday. The awards are the celebration of the outstanding achievements of the Australian cricketers in the international and domestic circuits. Performances from cricketers of both genders and across formats were acknowledged as David Warner won the highest honour of the night, the Allan Border Medal. The night also witnessed women’s legend Sharon Terdrea and former men’s star Craig McDermott being inducted into Cricket Australia’s Hall of Fame. Among women cricketers, famous all-rounder Ellyse Perry won the Belinda Clark Medal which is the highest honour in Australian women’s cricket. The full list of all the award recipients of the night Male One Day International Player of the Year: Aaron Finch Female One Day International Player of the … read more
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U19 World Cup Final: India and Bangladesh players involve in a fight after the match [WATCH]

The just-concluded ICC U19 World Cup final between India and Bangladesh will go down as one of the best in the history of the competition. In a low-scoring thriller, both the teams gave their all before Bangladesh won the game. Defending champions and four-time winners, India were the favourites for the clash against Bangladesh who were playing their first final. Opener Parvez Hossain Emon and skipper Akbar Ali rose to the occasion and played crucial knocks to help Bangladesh overcome the 170-run target with 23 balls to spare. Emon top-scored for Bangladesh with a 79-ball 47 while the captain and wicketkeeper Akbar Ali was not out on 43 from 77 deliveries. The target was revised to 170 runs after rain interrupted. Chasing a modest 178, Bangladesh were 163 for 7 after 41 overs when rain stopped play. Bangladesh’s chase started in a stunning manner as their openers added 50 runs in… read more
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NZ vs India 1st ODI: New Zealand beat India by 4 wickets

Ross Taylor and Tom Latham combined to change the momentum of the match and Taylor stood firm to take his side over the line in the first India vs New Zealand ODI in Hamilton. The Indians had the match under control before Latham marched out and changed the complexion of this match. However, Taylor stood firm and lead his side to victory. Earlier, Shreyas Iyer scored his maiden ODI hundred and KL Rahul smashed an 88 as India posted 347 for 4 batting first at Hamilton against New Zealand in the first ODI on Wednesday. Iyer finished with 103 off 107 balls while Rahul scored 88 off 64 balls. An attractive half century from Virat Kohli too helped India take full control of the first ODI. Kohli’s innings (51) was cut short by Ish Sodhi. India handed debuts to Mayank Agarwal and Prithvi Shaw, while the hosts gave the ODI cap to Tom Blundell in place of injured regular captain Kane Will… read more
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India vs New Zealand: Virat Kohli confirms ODI debut for Prithvi Shaw, hints batting order for KL Rahul

With Rohit Sharma being ruled out of the New Zealand series, Team India captain Virat Kohli has confirmed a debut for Prithvi Shaw in the first ODI against New Zealand. Shaw came into the side as a replacement for Shikhar Dhawan and will now walk out to open the innings in the first ODI. Mayank Agarwal has been named as Rohit’s replacement for the ODIs. “It is unfortunate that Rohit cannot be part of the ODI series, the impact he has had is there for everyone to see. We do not have any ODI tournaments to look up to, so it is ideal for him to get recovered. In ODI cricket, Prithvi is definitely going to start, KL will play in the middle-order. We want him to get accustomed to keep and play in the middle,” Kohli told reporters ahead of the first ODI. India were brilliant in the T20I series where they clinched a historic 5-0 triumph over New Zealand. “In ODIs, we played a really … read more
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