Coach Ramesh Powar Humiliated Me, Alleges Mithali Raj

Mithali Raj, India’s captain in the ODI, scored two back-to-back fifties against Pakistan and Ireland in the ICC Women’s World T20 2018, however, she was excluded from the semi-final match against England. After the team’s subsequent exit from the tournament, a controversy had erupted. According to the letter,…

Virat Kohli Is All Set To Make A New Record Of 10,000 Runs!

Virat Kohli, one of the greatest batsmen of his generation and the captain of India has already broken many records of the previous players. He is the first captain to scored 1000+ test runs in three back-to-back years and 200 runs in a test match…

ICC Women’s World Cup 2017: Dramatic win for England in Final

It’s a big day for the hosts of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2017! The action-packed 2017 edition of Women’s World Cup has finally come to an end with Team England emerging as winners. England locked horns with the Indian Cricket team on 23rd…

The underdogs finish first – ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Finale, Highlights

After losing their first ICC match against the boys in Blue the Pakistani players sure gave their game a 360o turn. Beating teams like England, Sri Lanka and South Africa the cadre in green beat India in the final game securing the ICC Championship trophy, 2017 for themselves.…

The ICC Champions Trophy 2017 so far

Even after the minor setback against Sri Lanka, India is dominating Group B with its splendid performance on the field. The hopes of ever cricket fan are soaring even higher after the win against South Africa on Sunday i.e. 11th June 2017. Let’s take a…

The titan that was Pakistan Cricket team

The team that was one of the most formidable opposing side to the top brass of world cricket and especially India, has now been reduced to a struggling contender. The present perilous state of the team is evident from their recent loss to India in…

Cricket – Most popular sport in India

Cricket came to India along with the then expanding British empire. Though the Britishers left, the game stayed and has become a religion in its own right today in India. There is no corner, Galli (lane) or ground in this country where this game is…