The fresh rift between the Indian cricket team captain MS Dhoni and opener Vireneder Sehwag is now thing of past. Yes, this is true. The declaration was made by former captain Sourav Ganguly.
As per reports, the former captain Sourav Ganguly said in a press release that he had a talk with Sehwag and Sehwag said that everything is fine between him and Dhoni now.
However, there were reports of rift between MS Dhoni and Vireneder Sehwag had showed India’s tour Down Under where the Indian captain had publicly comes in support of the rotation policy, saying a thing and two about the aging legs of the senior players, to which Sehwag had objected to in a press conference. Read more
As per the latest reports, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that it will toughly look into the allegations that Indian bookmakers are fixing the results of English county matches as well as international ODIs.
The decision was taken after the fresh report released by Britain’s Sunday Times surfaced match fixing cases.
The Sunday Times posted in an articles saying “English cricket in bung scandal.” The newspaper also said that it had strong proofs that bookies offer huge amount of money to player to throw part or all of international matches, it also said that last year’s ICC World Cup semi-final between India and Pakistan was fixed.
The newspaper reveals that one of Delhi based bookmaker said that English county cricket was a good new market, he said, “It involved low-profile matches with scant monitoring. That’s why good money can be made there without any hassle.” Read more
As per the fresh news from the world of cricket, the so called great wall of the Indian cricket team, Rahul Dravid has recently announced in an interview that he will now retire from the Test cricket after calling a joint press conference along with Board president N. Srinivasan at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium Friday.
According to released reports, Mr. N Srinivasan, President, BCCI, and cricketer Rahul Dravid would address the press personal at 12:30pm today afternoon, 9 March 2012, at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru. Read more
As per the latest cricket news, the Australia team has won the first final of the ongoing Commonwealth Bank Series against Sri Lanka in a match Played at Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane.
The Australia captain Michael Clarke has won the toss and elected to bat first, though his Sri Lankan counter-part Mahela Jayawardene also said that he would also like to bat first if wins the toss.
It was really a very interesting match, Australia started their batting with positive note, as both the openers played their role perfectly. Opener David Warner hits a superb 163 runs knock on just 157 balls with 13 fours and 2 huge sixes. Read more