MS Dhoni Declares At 199, Makes Way For Virat Kohli

Mahendra Singh Dhoni took the cricketing world by surprise again as he stepped down as captain of India’s ODI and T20 teams on Wednesday. Just like his retirement from Test cricket, nobody saw it coming especially since Dhoni was expected to carry on at least till the Champions Trophy in England. As they say, it […]

3 Words Was All It Took For MS Dhoni to Sign Off As Captain

Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Chief Selector MSK Prasad were at the Vidharbha Cricket Association Stadium in Jamtha, just outside Nagpur, on Wednesday morning, in the backdrop of the Jharkhand-Gujarat Ranji Trophy semi-final match. In the evening, MSD contacted MSK and said, “OK, that’s it.” He was no longer India’s ODI and T20I captain. The meeting […]

Virat Kohli Set To Take Over As Limited Overs Captain After MS Dhoni’s Exit

India’s limited overs cricket will usher in a new era with the national selectors expected to name Virat Kohli as the captain when they pick the squad for three ODIs and three T20 Internationals against England here on Wednesday. Test skipper Kohli is expected to be anointed captain of the limited overs teams also, after […]

MS Dhoni Steps Down: Superstar Virat Kohli Ready For Challenge Says Michael Clarke

Fomer Australian captain Michael Clarke on Thursday backed Virat Kohli to lead India successfully in all formats after limited-overs cricket captain MS Dhoni stepped down from this role. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Wednesday made Dhoni’s decision public and added that he was available for selection for the upcoming India-England […]

Would Have Protested Outside MS Dhoni’s House Had He Retired: Sunil Gavaskar

Legendary Indian cricketer Sunil Gavaskar on Wednesday said that he was happy M S Dhoni had only quit limited overs captaincy and not retired as he felt the wicketkeeper-batsman still had a lot to offer to the Indian cricket team. “If he had quit as a player, then I would have the been the first one […]

Captain Cool of Indian Cricket! There Will Never Be Another MS Dhoni

It’s the end of an era. The passing of the baton. The end of Team India being led by arguably it’s most iconic of captains. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has stepped down from his post of being the leader of the Men in Blue and with it ends one of the most glorious chapters of Indian […]

Australia vs Pakistan, 3rd Test: Younis Khan Ton Keeps Visitors Alive

Sydney: Younis Khan claimed his 34th Test century and first in Australia to keep Pakistan’s first innings barely alive on Day 3 of the third and final Test in Sydney on Thursday. The 39-year-old Pakistan great became the first batsman to score Test hundreds in 11 countries as he turned around an indifferent series with […]

New Zealand vs Bangladesh: George Worker Replaces Injured Neil Broom For T20 Series

George Worker has included in the New Zealand squad for the remaining two matches of the Twenty20 Series against Bangladesh, after Neil Broom, who averaged 76.66 in the preceding three one-day internationals, was ruled out with a fractured finger. Broom, who came in as a replacement for the injured Martin Guptill, suffered the injury to […]

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