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T20 World Cup warm-up: Rahul, Kishan power India to seven wicket win over England

  • Oct 19, 2021
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India produced an energetic performance with the bat on Monday to beat England by 7-wickets in their first T20 World Cup warm-up match in Dubai. Chasing 189 for victory, the 2007 champions rode on destructive half-centuries from Ishan Kishan and KL Rahul to cross the finish line with 6 balls to spare. Kishan and Rahul opened the batting and added 82 for the first wicket to lay a solid foundation for the run chase before the latter got out against the run of play for 51 to Mark Wood. Virat Kohli, who dropped to No. 3 to accommodate Rahul at the top, suffered a rare failure with the bat, scoring just 11 off 13 balls. Kishan carried on attacking the England bowlers and top-scored with 70 not out of 46 balls with 7 fours and 3 sixes before being replaced by Suryakumar Yadav, but this move did not work because he couldn't fire as according to expectations and got out for 8 with India needing 21 off 15 balls. Fortunately, the duo of Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya did what was needed and knocked off the required runs without much trouble. Pant finished the match with six and finished with 29 not out while Pandya scored 12 not out.Impressive batting performance Fine bowling display #TeamIndia beat England & win their first warm-up game. #INDvENG #T20WorldCup : Getty Images— BCCI (@BCCI) October 18, 2021Earlier, Mohammed Shami snapped three wickets but Jonny Bairstow smashed a 36-ball 49 to help England post a challenging 188 for 5 after being asked to bat first by Virat Kohli. Besides Shami (3/40), fellow pacer Jasprit Bumrah (1/26) and spinner Rahul Chahar (1/43) were also among wickets at the ICC Academy Ground in Dubai. Bairstow hit one six and had four hits to the fence in his knock, while Liam Livingstone (30) also contributed with the bat. But it was Moeen Ali's whirlwind 20-ball 43 which powered England to a good score in the end. India will next face Australia in their second warm-up match at the same venue on Wednesday (October 20) while England will lock horns with New Zealand in Abu Dhabi. India will face Australia in their second warm-up match at the same venue on Wednesday (October 20) while England will face New Zealand in Abu Dhabi.Also Read- Yuvraj Singh Arrested, Released on Bail Over Casteist Remark on Yuzvendra Chahal

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F**k off fixer: Sreesanth reveals what Gautam Gambhir said to him during angry exchange

  • Dec 07, 2023
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On Wednesday, Sreesanth had posted a video where he said that Gambhir had called him something which was very rude.In an emotional video shared on his Instagram channel, S Sreesanth disclosed the content of his heated exchange with Gautam Gambhir during a Legends League match between Gujarat Giants and India Capitals.Sreesanth revealed, "He repeatedly called me a fixer, saying 'Fixer, fixer, you're a fixer... you f**k off, fixer.' These were the words he used on live television at the center of the wicket. He continued using this language, and even in front of the umpires as they tried to intervene.""I maintained my composure and did not utter a single offensive or abusive word towards him. I simply questioned him, asking 'What are you saying?' and responded with a sarcastic laugh," added Sreesanth during an Instagram live video on Thursday.The incident had happened in the second over, when Gambhir hit a six and a four against Sreesanth. Then, the bowler bowled a dot ball after which there was a flare-up between the two.It must be noted that the Delhi police had alleged that Sreesanth and two other cricketers were involved in spot-fixing during the 2013 season of the Indian Premier League. But the charges were later dropped by a Delhi court.“Just wanted to clear the air with what happened with Mr fighter. One who always fights with all his colleagues. For no reason whatsoever. He does not even respect his senior players, including Viru bhai. That’s exactly what happened today. Without any provocation, he just kept on calling me something which was very rude which shouldn’t have been said by Mr Gautam Gambhir,” the former India bowler had said in a video on Wednesday.He went on to add: “I am not at all at fault here. I just wanted to clear the air straightaway. What Mr Gauti has done, sooner or later all of you will get to know. The words which he used and the things he said on a cricket field, live, is not acceptable. My family, my state, everybody has gone through so much. I fought that battle with all your support. Now people want to down me for no reason. He said things he shouldn’t have said. I will surely let you know what he said.”

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All About Cricket Equipment

  • Mar 19, 2024
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Cricket demands a variety of equipment to ensure safety and enhance performance. This encompasses protective gear, training equipment, and items for cricket ground maintenance. This guide provides insight into key considerations when buying cricket gear and highlights available training tools to aid skill development.BATSMEN STAY SAFECricket can pose risks without proper gear, so it's crucial to follow health and safety guidelines. Whether you're facing fast bowlers as a professional or just starting out as a youngster, there are essential cricket equipment items every batsman should prioritize.To enhance your protection, it's advisable to contemplate acquiring an arm guard or chest guard. Opting for higher-quality gear can offer superior safety. For instance, an Aero Strippers lower body protector provides comprehensive protection compared to a standard Thigh Guard, safeguarding both thighs and the front hip. If you're a wicketkeeper, essential equipment includes a helmet, wicketkeeping pads, inner gloves, abdominal guard, and wicket-keeping gloves.Naturally, a Cricket Bag is essential for storing all your equipment. Our range of cricket bags varies in size and style, encompassing backpacks, holdalls, and wheeled bags.CRICKET TRAINING EQUIPMENTThere exist numerous equipment options, both large and small, that can elevate your game and bolster your team's standing.Practice cricket bats, designed for honing your eye, and specialized fielding training cricket bats are readily available. Similarly, practice training balls are invaluable for refining batting techniques, addressing weaknesses against spin or swing bowling, or testing fielding reflexes.Additionally, there are training aids like crazy catch nets that enable solo fielding practice when teammates are unavailable. Other offerings include baseball-inspired catching mitts, side-arm cricket ball throwers, and batting tees. Fitness training equipment such as training hurdles and ladders can also help enhance stamina for the upcoming season.Investing in such equipment provides you with optimal opportunities to develop your skills. It's worthwhile to inquire with your cricket club about potential funding assistance for these items.CRICKET GROUND EQUIPMENTBowling machines, artificial coaching turfs, and cricket nets/lanes serve dual purposes as both training equipment and essential features of a cricket ground aimed at enhancing the performance levels of your members.Bowling machines from trusted brands like Flicx or Bola are increasingly viewed as indispensable investments for ambitious cricket clubs seeking to refine their players' skills. These machines offer an effective means of transforming weak shots into strengths by consistently pitching the ball in desired areas on the pitch, and they can even simulate swing and spin.Every premier cricket facility is equipped with cricket nets and training pitches to simulate match scenarios and offer excellent training conditions for mid-week practice sessions. Cricket nets ensure safe and practical practice, while coaching pitches focus on enhancing technical skills. Certain village cricket clubs still choose artificial turf for match days due to its minimal maintenance requirements compared to a conventional cricket square.MATCH DAY CRICKET EQUIPMENTTraining is valuable, but a cricket club must also be fully equipped and prepared for matches. Therefore, the following cricket items should be considered essential for any cricket club:Cricket StumpsCricket ScoreboardCricket Balls (new & spare)Umpire's Coat/Ball CounterCricket BailsBoundary ropes or flagsCricket ScorebookAll reputable cricket clubs will possess sight screens, pitch rollers, pitch covers, and mowing equipment.ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: CRICKET SETS & BUNDLESIf your colts cricket section is thriving, along with having a variety of soft cricket balls, it's advisable to invest in multiple Cricket Sets to provide essential equipment for training sessions. Similarly, if you're a wandering side or a casual team playing sporadically, or if your club has numerous occasional players, acquiring a Club Cricket Kit could be beneficial. Additionally, for individuals who enjoy coordinated cricket gear and favor a specific brand, a cost-effective Cricket Bundle is an excellent choice, allowing you to purchase high-quality batting essentials in a single order. Other related links that may be of interest to you:All about Cricket BatsCricket Training GearCricket ClothingCricket Accessories