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Craig White gritty 94 vs India at Nottingham in August 2002

Craig White Gritty 94 Not Out vs England at Nottingham in 2002

Craig White Gritty 94 Not Out vs England at Nottingham in 2002 - A 6ft 1in tall Craig White is a muscular all-rounder who shone briefly for England between 1994 till 2003.  His natural instinct to attack bowlers usually...
The team is re-energized due to a bowling shortage and may not have been an instant hit during India Tour to England in 1982.

From the Vault – India Tour to England in 1982 is Undone by Bowling...

The team is re-energized due to a bowling shortage and may not have been an instant hit during India Tour to England in 1982. But they showed spirit and perseverance despite losing the rubber because of the Lord's loss....
The defiant Kunderan goes down on one knee to drive Hobbs. Murray who equalled a world wicket keeping record is poised over the stumps.

India vs England, 2nd Test at Lords, August 1967

India Falter Badly and the Rubber is Decided in the India vs England, 2nd Test at Lords, August 1967. India who had shown enormous powers or recovery at Leeds, allied to a high degree of skill, were thoroughly outclassed...
Rashid Latif's new-look side succeeded in four nations Cherry Blossoms Sharjah Cup 2003 capturing the hearts and minds of the Pakistani people

Blast From Past – New Look Pakistan Won the Sharjah Cup 2003

Rashid Latif's new-look side succeeded in four nations Cherry Blossoms Sharjah Cup 2003 capturing the hearts and minds of the Pakistani people on the night of April 10 after a comprehensive eight wickets win over Zimbabwe in the final...
Bob Willis 'Most Humorous Moments' in His Career

Bob Willis ‘Most Humorous Moments’ in His Career

Bob Willis recalls The 'Most Humorous Moments' in his Career. 1: Piggies in the Middle The funniest incident I have seen on a cricket field was at Brisbane during a one day international match when a pig bearing the names of...
MJ Mobed was playing in the match for Karachi against MCC in 1926-27. Minocher Jamshedji Mobed was a right-hand batsman and right-arm off-break bowler

MJ Mobed – A Famous Parsi Cricketer

MJ Mobed was playing in the match for Karachi against MCC in 1926-27. Minocher Jamshedji Mobed was a right-hand batsman and right-arm off-break bowler, who played in 29 first-class matches for Sind, Parsees, Karachi, Muslims, and Parsees, and the...
Qasim Umer became the first player to make claims on the impact of recreational and performance-increasing drugs in cricket.

Qasim Umer – What a Talent he Was?

Kenyan-born Qasim Umer was a former elegant right-handed middle-order batsman. Though, he had the ability to play at any number. In many matches, he opens the innings for Pakistan as well. He was born on 9 February 1957 in...
The story of Clive Lloyd had to start wearing glasses at a very early age. By the time I was 14, therefore, I was looking at the world through rose-colored spectacles.

Clive Lloyd Had to Start Wearing Glasses

The story of Clive Lloyd had to start wearing glasses at a very early age. By the time he was 14, therefore, I was looking at the world through rose-colored spectacles. Well, not exactly rose-colored. My glasses were large, round,...

Hanif Muhammad Epic 337 Runs

In the First Test Match between Pakistan v, West Indies played at Kensington Oval Barbados Oval Bridgetown from Jan 17-23 1958. Pakistan, following 473 runs behind the West Indies, needed a monumental effort to save the Test Match. Hanif...
Manjural Islam Rana – Youngest Test Cricketer to Die

Manjural Islam Rana – Youngest Test Cricketer to Die

Manjural Islam Rana played six tests and 25 ODI's for Bangladesh between 2003-04 to 2005-06. He was killed in a road accident on March 16, 2007. Manjural Islam Rana was only 22 and as such, he has become the...

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Anil Kumble Victorious on debut as Captain in Test Matches for...

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