Cricket World Cup News 2015

Top 10 Cricketers with Fastest Centuries In One Day Internationals

ODI cricket came into being in 1971. Initially it faced harsh resistance from the traditional school of thought. Since then this version has sustained all the odds to establish itself as a most entertaining package of the game....

Michael Clarke expected to represent Multan in PSL 2018

Australia’s 2015 World Cup winning Michael Clarke is expected to be candidate for the Head Coach Job of Multan Sultans franchise for Pakistan Super League (PSL) third edition. According to media reports, the former skipper of t...

Happy Birthday MS Dhoni: Captain Cool celebrates 36th Birthday

MS Dhoni, who is currently with the Indian cricket team for the five-match ODI and alone T20I series against West Indies, turned 36 on Friday. Born on July 7, 1981, in Ranchi, he is the third child to Pan Singh Dhoni. Hailing f...

Happy 36th Birthday MS Dhoni: 36 facts about Captain Cool

Mahendra Singh has turned 36. He burst on to the international scene as a sprightly 23-year-old and made the wicketkeeper-batman’s position his own. There was little doubt the Jharkhand lad was destined for greatness. In less t...

MS Dhoni’s 7 unforgettable finishes in ODIs

MS Dhoni, born on July 7, 1981, is unarguably the finest finisher the world has seen. Though Michael Bevan made a name as a clinical finisher in the bygone past, Dhoni revolutionised the approach to chasing and has surpassed th...

Pakistan unlikely to extend batting coach contract for Grant Flower

Former Zimbabwe batsman Grant Flower is unlikely to get an extension of his contract as batting coach when the performance of the national team support staff is reviewed by the Pakistan Cricket Board later this month. Flower, w...

ICC Women’s World Cup: India beat Sri Lanka by 16 runs, register fourth win on ...

After registering a hat trick of victories the Indian women’s team went one better on Wednesday as they won their fourth game on the trot after beating Sri Lanka by 16 runs. While it was not a comprehensive win for the Indians,...

Australia cricketers take a dig at Waqar Younis after he suggests 30-over Women...

Australian cricketers took a dig at former Pakistan captain Waqar Younis for his suggestions to trim down Women’s World Cup. Younis made a suggestion of having a 30 over World Cup for Women. Replying to this Australian player A...

Pakistan’s women cricketers face formidable Australia today

After suffering three defeats in a row, Pakistan women’s cricket team face another uphill task when they meet formidable Australia in the ICC Women’s World Cup on Wednesday at Grace Road, Leicester. Defending champions Austra­l...

Pakistan batswomen disappoint women wing secretary

The secretary of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s women wing, Shamsha Hashmi, has expressed disappointment over performance of country’s batswomen in a crucial match of the women World Cup against India. Talking to Dawn, Shamsha, a...

Aleem Dar’s story: The Gujranwala hero who once took on Wasim Akram

Aleem Dar became only the third member of the Elite Panel of ICC Umpires to reach the 100-Test mark when he took to the field to officiate in the second Test between South Africa and England on January 2, 2016 at Newlands. He j...

England cruise past Pakistan in rain-hit Women’s World Cup clash

The Pakistan women’s cricket team has lost against England, in what turned out to be a walk in the park for the English side after rain struck, in their ICC Women’s World Cup match in Leicester on Tuesday. Pakistan bowlers rece...

Ravi Shastri to apply for India’s head coach position

Former India team director Ravi Shastri has decided to apply for the position of the team’s head coach. “Yes, I have decided to apply for the job,” he confirmed to The Indian Express. Shastri also rubbished claims that he will ...

Kuldeep Yadav’s mystery of utmost happiness

On Sunday, an Indian bowling chinaman had his first ever bowl in an ODI at a venue where a Chinaman invented his unique style of bowling, nearly a century ago. And for good measure, he was sending a bunch of West Indians in a r...

Afghanistan under-19 cricketers set to train in Chennai

As per latest reports the Afghanistan under-19 cricket team will train in Chennai. They will train in the city prior to the Under-19 World Cup qualifiers which will be held in Singapore next month. The venue for training will b...

Pakistan lose Women’s World Cup thriller to South Africa

Despite a great fight back by their bowlers, Pakistan lost the thrilling encounter to South Africa in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 here at the Grace Road ground on Sunday. Chasing a modest total of 207, South Africa completed...

De Villiers to meet with CSA in August to decide future

outh Africa skipper AB de Villiers, who was in England for a T20 and Test series, has left the tour, saying that he would meet Cricket South Africa (CSA) officials in August to chart his future in international cricket. Conside...

Want to win the T20 World Cup under Sarfraz’s captaincy: Imad Wasim

Wasim was part of the Pakistan cricket team that won the Champions Trophy final against India last week. A regular member of the squad, Wasim impressed with his economical bowling in crucial games against South Africa and Engla...

India waltz to 105-run win over West Indies in second ODI

Desmond Haynes and Richie Richardson needed to make only 39 runs and they did so in just under six overs. That let them take a 4-0 lead over a battered and bruised England side and it was part of what is called the “Blackwash” ...

Virat Kohli age, date of birth, awards, family photos: Everything you need to k...

Virat Kohli was born on November 5 1988 in Delhi in a Punjabi family. His father was a criminal lawyer while mother is a housewife. Virat has a brother Vikas and sister Bhavna and was raised in Uttam Nagar. He began his cricket...