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Discussion in 'Sports' started by WAJsal, Jun 15, 2015.
Baon rami raja ji
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In international cricket Britain is represented by the English, Scottish and a half Irish team. I think India too should be allowed to field more than one team at the international level
1981: Pakistan’s Javed Miandad clashed with Australia’s Dennis Lillee - Perth Cricket Test
Miandad played Lillee to square leg and completed an easy run, with a collision taking place in the center. According to Miandad, Lillee had tried to block him in the path. After a verbal exchange, Lillee went ahead and kicked Miandad on his pads. Miandad, started charging towards Lillee with his bat lifted high above the head, as if to hit him. The umpire's intervention prevented what could have turned out to be a real assault had Miandad gone ahead with his plans.
The blame for the incident was laid on Lillee by many experts. Former Australian captains like Bob Simpson and Ian Chappell condemned Lillee’s behavior.
Wtf is going on here?
Dhoni refuses to retire even now, lagta hai next year T20 WC hara kar hi retirement lega
He still has much cricket left in him. I don't see a problem him playing the WC next year.
He should learn not to let politics in his way.
Hell no, subcontinent people have emotional attachments to past heros that prolongs their career excessively. Be it tendulkar, afridi, Jaysura etc. Not only they become liabilities for the team they also devoid several of our young talented players of their place in the squad. Dhoni is so much out of form he can't even keep rotating strike in middle overs in death overs he is only able to do that because that's what the opposition want him to do at that point.
A Stylist in glasses
That classical strokemaker Zaheer Abbas was born. Playing in glasses for much of his career, he scored 5062 Test runs for Pakistan (1969-70 to 1985-86) and is the only batsman to have hit two separate hundreds in a first-class match eight times. He twice made Test double-hundreds in England: 274 at Edgbaston in 1971 and 240 at The Oval in 1974.
has scored over 100 first class centuries - only Asian to achieve this milestone.