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  1. "I think both countries’ players will make every possible effort to put in their best effort in Asia Cup," Saqlain Mushtaq says
  2. "Sania Mirza frequently visits Pakistan, and I request her to coach the Pakistan team on her next trip," says Meheq Khokhar
  3. ?It?s an exciting opportunity, exciting role, and I am really happy, happy and grateful,? says McDonald
  4. Paddy Upton, India's mental conditioning coach for the 2011 World Cup, believes that promoting Dhoni ahead of Yuvraj in the final was the right decision. Dhoni is one of the few players in the world who can handle "high-pressure" circumstances, according to him. MS Dhoni's choice to push himself ahead of Yuvraj Singh in the 2011 World Cup final versus Sri Lanka at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai remains one of the most daring, spontaneous, and talked-about decisions in the famous wicketkeeper-long batter's career, which was also covered vividly in the film that was based on his like - MS Dhoni - The Untold Story. ‘Captain Cool’ had only scored 150 runs in the tournament's first eight games, with no fifty to his credit. Yuvraj, on the other hand, had a century and four fifties already and was going to be named the Player of the Series following the final match. Despite the unfavourable insights and statistics from the last few performances, Paddy Upton, India's mental conditioning coach for that World Cup, believes it was the right decision because according to him, the Ranchi-born is one of the few players in the world who can handle " high-pressure" circumstances without batting an eye, unlike the great Yuvraj Singh, who seemingly lacks this talent. Upton describes the mental capacities of the two famous Indian cricketers and how they react in a crisis while writing a piece for the Indian Express. That moment (when Dhoni walked on the field instead of Yuvraj), he claims, was set up for someone like Dhoni. There are only a handful of players in the world who can truly handle "massive high-pressure" situations. Dhoni is one of them, not Yuvraj Singh, says the mental-health expert. When Dhoni joined Gautam Gambhir in the middle, India were still under pressure at 114/3. The 109-run partnership between the two experienced players changed the game in India's favour. Gambhir was dismissed for 97 runs, but Dhoni stayed unbeaten on 91, and Yuvraj, who came in to bat at number 6, struck a good 21* off 24 balls as India chased down the 275-run mark with six wickets in hand to win the World Cup for the first time in 28 years. View the full article
  5. "It?s a special experience. Apart from a little headache, I feel very good and will continue fasting for rest of this week," says coach
  6. Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) successfully chased down the mammoth total of 210 set by Chennai Super Kings (CSK) to register their maiden win in the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Thursday (March 31). LSG skipper KL Rahul and Quinton de Kock gave their side the perfect start with a partnership of 99 runs. Later, Evin Lewis and Ayush Badoni provided the finishing touches to LSG's innings as they got over the line with three balls to spare. READ: @LucknowIPL secured their first victory of the #TATAIPL 2022 in style as they beat #CSK by 6 wickets in a high-scoring thriller. - By @mihirlee_58 Here's the match report #LSGvCSK — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) March 31, 2022 CSK were ahead in the game till the penultimate over as LSG needed 34 off the last two overs. However, their decision to give the 19th over to Shivam Dube backfired big time as Badoni and Lewis tore him apart and scored 25 runs, bringing down the equation to nine off six. The fact that the last over too was bowled by an experienced youngster Mukesh Choudhary spoke volumes of how the defending champions miscalculated their plans. © Twitter/IPL After being unable to defend 210 runs, head coach Stephen Fleming blamed the dew factor for CSK's plans going haywire out in the field. Fleming compared the dew to 'Niagara Falls' and added that it took their spinners out of the contest and they knew they would be a bowler short in those conditions. Where did it go wrong for CSK in IPL 2022 first two matches? : Disney+Hotstar#MSDhoni #RavindraJadeja #IPL2022 #CSK pic.twitter.com/6izJtXZWJs — CricTracker (@Cricketracker) March 31, 2022 “If you'd looked earlier on, spinning options were taken out of play. Because it was like Niagara Falls in terms of the wetness and they(LSG) played well. So it was very hard to, one, grip the ball for a spinner and, two, to be effective,” Fleming said in the pre-match press conference. "So early on, we were one over short but they played well. We always knew we had to pick up an over somewhere - we were hoping to be able to create enough of a run-rate towards the end that we could squeeze someone in," he added. © Twitter/IPL With dew troubling the bowlers to grip the ball, Jadeja and Moeen Ali collectively bowled three overs and LSG batters capitalised on the inexperience of other bowlers and got the better of the defending champions. Well, CSK is not the only team who found it tough to cope with the dew factor and to get such a weird excuse from their head coach shows that the team is low on confidence, especially with the injury to their premier pacer Deepak Chahar. View the full article
  7. MS Dhoni stepped down as the captain of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) days ahead of the 15th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The former India skipper also picked Ravindra Jadeja to take up the leadership role of the defending IPL champions. Dhoni will go down in the history books as one of the most successful captains in the cash-rich league. Dhoni led CSK for 12 years and they reached the playoffs in 11 seasons. And Dhoni finishes first in style! #WhistlePodu #Yellove pic.twitter.com/ls51Z4FX8h — Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) April 11, 2019 CSK was banned for two years (2016 and 2017) and Dhoni represented Rising Pune Supergiants (RPSG) in those years. Dhoni led RPSG in 2016 but was sacked as captain in the following year as Steve Smith was given the charge of the side. While everyone knows Dhoni does not believe too much in team meetings and making strategies for his opponents ahead of a game, the former skipper let his game plan be known to RPSG's performance coach that left him bamboozled. #chennaisuperkings team meeting before IPL final lasted hardly five seconds, says MS Dhoni #CSKvSRH #IPL2018Final https://t.co/c71tVN6WtX pic.twitter.com/awfQPvsU9e — The Field (@thefield_in) June 12, 2018 Recalling his first meeting with MS Dhoni, Prasanna Agoram said that the wicket-keeper batter greeted him upon his arrival in Pune but also mentioned that he will not be there at the strategy meetings, adding that he doesn't need advice and if he needs a suggestion, he will ask for it. "Look, I know you (Prasanna Agoram) have a lot of experience in this field and that players like you, and the coach Stephen Fleming got you on board. It's a pleasure to work with you," Dhoni was quoted as saying by Sports Tak. "Give all the info and strategies to the coach and the players. Get the strategy meetings done with the players along with the coach, but don't expect me to be there and also don't give me any advice until I ask you. But mark a copy on the email on all your communications with the coach and players," the former RPSG captain added. Started with T20 World Cup Trophy Ended with Ipl Trophy #endofanera #Dhoni #Csk #Ipl #Thala pic.twitter.com/P3JVb2fvf5 — Michael Meganathan (@MichaelMeganat2) March 24, 2022 This anecdote by the former RPSG performance coach just describes MS Dhoni in a nutshell. Going about his business with clarity and not complicating things with excessive information. Fans will get to see Dhoni in action for the first time since he led the franchise to the title in 2021 in the UAE. With the burden of captaincy off his shoulders, we all expect Dhoni to go after the bowlers and bat the way he used to when he burst onto the scene. View the full article
  8. Shane Watson, the former Australia all-rounder, will be the assistant coach of Delhi Capitals in the 2019 edition of the Indian Premier League for the first time (IPL). Watson has an extensive understanding of Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Rishabh Pant, having played for the Chennai Super Kings under Dhoni and observing Pant closely. Watson was eventually asked to compare the two wicketkeeper-batters, which comes as no surprise. Apart from comparing, Watson also highlighted one similar trait in Dhoni and Pant. View this post on Instagram While talking about the two distinguished Indian cricketers in a virtual press conference ahead of the 2022 tournament, Watson said that it is only common that people like to compare two cricketers in similar roles however, every individual is unique, with their own nuance and set of skills. The Aussie all-rounder said that he understands that in an ideal world, fans and critics could compare MS Dhoni to Rishabh Pant, but in reality, the two cricketers are two very different human beings with very different styles of playing the game View this post on Instagram Watson did draw a few similarities between the two - in terms of the kind of skills they hone. For instance, Rishabh, as a leader, is cool and collected, as he has seen with MS. To be honest, if you take away Rishabh's leadership, you can see how talented he is, Watson reckons. It's astonishing that Rishabh has accomplished so much in his cricket career at such a young age. The Roorkee-born can only become better, and he can only learn from his mistakes. Ricky Ponting was one of the best captains to have led the Australian side and he knew how to get the best of his players, View this post on Instagram The former CSK mega-star shared that he believes Rishabh is surrounded by excellent people and is also capable of becoming the finest version of himself, and anyone who compares his abilities to MS Dhoni does so at their own risk. It is critical for Rishabh and the Delhi Capitals for Rishabh to be the greatest version of himself. View this post on Instagram The first match of the IPL 2022 season will be played on March 26 between Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). The Delhi Capitals will face the Mumbai Indians in their opening encounter on March 27. View the full article
  9. Virat Kohli ended the Test series against Sri Lanka without scoring a half-century in three innings and the former India captain has now played 73 innings without scoring a hundred in international cricket. Kohli only managed to score 86 runs in three innings in the two-match series that saw his Test batting average dip below 50 for the first time in nearly five years. The 33-year-old batter last touched the 100-run mark back in 2019 in a day-night Test against Bangladesh in Kolkata. While new India captain Rohit Sharma and head coach Rahul Dravid are not too bothered with the lack of runs from Kohli's blade, his fans are getting anxious waiting for his 71st century. Virat Kohli's test average is below 50 now#Kohli#PinkBallTest #INDvSL pic.twitter.com/M8N9PbOl1a — KRAtOS (@KRAtOS0973) March 13, 2022 Kohli is getting starts but has failed to convert them into a big score. Except for the last Test, where on a dry M Chinnaswamy pitch the ball kept low and turned square, Kohli has got out playing the wrong line and length. To improve his confidence, Kohli's childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma has asked the India batter to come back to the cricket academy and gain some confidence back. "Virat will need to come back to his basics. I would definitely want him to come back to the academy. I was thinking about this from yesterday and I am going to talk to him. The kind of confidence that he gets batting in the academy, he needs it,” Rajkumar Sharma said on the Khelneeti podcast. Kohli's fans who have been waiting with bated breath for him to score a century, too urged his childhood coach to do some magic and help the batter get back to his dominant best. Yeah sir sure,this is what we want from our ex-Cricketer or Coach to talk to him....but they all are busy somewhere else...Thanks to you Sir https://t.co/MdcjxsO8uA — Simran (@_Vk_18) March 15, 2022Jaldi baat karo aur 1000+ runs in this season with SR of 150+ possible karwado sir ! https://t.co/drzGCa7BHN — Prashant (@Feel_MyBeat18) March 15, 2022HOPEFULLY childhood coach will bring his childhood game back! — Karan (@the_dude_180) March 15, 2022Haa sir g plz ussseai baaat kijeye Kyuki AEK apppp he toh hai jisko uski chinta hai — Muzamil (@MuzamilUnique) March 15, 2022 Kohli will be next seen in action in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022, starting in less than two weeks. It will be the first time in nine years that Kohli will play only as a batter in the cash-rich league. He stepped down from captaincy last year after failing to win the title for the Bengaluru-based franchise. RCB recently appointed Faf du Plessis as their skipper as they look to clinch their maiden IPL title. Virat Kohli to step down from RCB captaincy after IPL 2021 "This'll be my last IPL as captain of RCB. I’ll continue to be an RCB player till I play my last IPL game. I thank all RCB fans for believing in me & supporting me," he said in an official RCB video pic.twitter.com/nUT31sdKej — ANI (@ANI) September 19, 2021 After the IPL, the Indian team will travel to Edgbaston to play the postponed fifth Test from the five-match series last year that was postponed due to the Covid outbreak in the Indian camp. It will be fitting to see Kohli scoring a ton and help India win the Test series in England, a place where he witnessed his worst phase as a batter back in 2014. View the full article
  10. Former Aussie pacer Shaun Tait to join national squad of Pakistan after completing three days in quarantine
  11. Rohit Sharma has had a brilliant start to his full-time captaincy tenure, winning three back-to-back series in the limited-overs format. The 34-year-old opener has earned massive praise for the way he went about his business in the just-concluded whilte-ball series against the West Indies. © Twitter BCCI The hosts had to dig in deep to eke out results against the Caribbeans and being the captain Rohit played a key role by setting the right kind of fields and making smart bowling changes. However, there was one aspect of the Indian skipper’s personality that took everyone by surprise. Otherwise known for his chilled out behaviour, there were instances during the series when the right-handed batter was caught on camera fuming at his teammates. View this post on Instagram One particular incident that caught everybody's attention was when he scolded leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal while directing him to change his fielding position during the second ODI in Ahmedabad. “Kya hua terko? Bhaag kyun nahi raha hai theek se? Chal udhar bhaag (What happened to you? Why are you not running properly? Go and field there),” an animated Rohit was caught saying on the stump mic. © Twitter Yuzvendra Chahal For many people it was nothing more than friendly banter but for Virat Kohli’s childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma it was much more than that. He said that getting angry over his teammates in public was just not done. The 56-year-old coach also said the instead of getting angry over his players, the new Indian skipper must learn how to deal with them calmly, even if they make mistakes. Reacting to Rohit’s animated behaviour on Khelneeti podcast on YouTube, he said: “Rohit Sharma is considered a cool captain, but we have seen him get angry on the field lately (during the West Indies series). He must learn not to express his anger at his teammates in public. If someone makes a mistake, then he needs to make them understand in a calmer way.” Rohit and Chahal share a great camaraderie and that’s why the issue didn’t gain that much attention. In fact, after the game the leggie had posted a hilarious tweet in response to Rohit’s scolding but for some reason deleted it. Rohit Sharma unhappy with Chahal while setting the field in the 2nd ODI; here is how Chahal reacts. #RohitSharma #YuzvendraChahal #India #ODI #Cricket #INDvsWI #SkyExchange #Socialmedia pic.twitter.com/smzCJk6ZUC — Sky Exchange (@exchange_sky) February 10, 2022 In a rather filmy manner, he had tweeted: “Captain ka hukum sarankhon par (captain’s wish is my command)”. The fans had taken screenshots of the same and it started doing rounds on the social networking sites. Talk about role reversal A Rohit-Chahal special feature coming up on https://t.co/Z3MPyeL1t7 Watch this space for more #TeamIndia | @Paytm | #INDvWI | @ImRo45 | @yuzi_chahal pic.twitter.com/waLARxJsNn — BCCI (@BCCI) February 6, 2022 This clearly tells that there was no animosity between Rohit and Chahal and they both are as good friends as they were before. View the full article
  12. Yash Dhull, India's Under-19 World Cup-winning captain, started his first-class career with a bang as he slammed twin centuries in his Ranji Trophy debut match. Dhull, playing for Delhi, scored a fine century on the first day of the Ranji Trophy match against Tamil Nadu. He followed it up with another century on the final day of the match in the second innings. With a terrific start to his first-class career, Dhull joined an elite list of players who have scored centuries in both innings of their debut Ranji game. Before the 19-year-old, Nari Contractor (152 and 102* for Gujarat in 1952/53 season) and Virag Awate (126 and 112 for Maharashtra in 2012/13) had achieved the feat. Yash Dhull becomes the third batsman in Ranji Trophy history to score hundreds in both innings on Debut - one to remember for the future. Take a bow, Yash Dhull. pic.twitter.com/4DdxxIXKLS — Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) February 20, 2022 After attracting appreciation from all corners of the world, Dhull received special praise from Delhi coach Raj Kumar Sharma, who was the childhood coach of former India captain Virat Kohli. "He is ready for the next level (India) game-wise. I would like to fast track him. When he spends time with senior players in the India setup, he will only become a better player. ICYMI! 2 in 2: Yash Dhull's second ton on #RanjiTrophy debut After his superb ton in the first innings of his first First-Class game, Dhull notched up a hundred in the second innings against Tamil Nadu. #DELvTN | @Paytm Watch that knock https://t.co/WdsaC2Is5P pic.twitter.com/aUzz5CpFoF — BCCI Domestic (@BCCIdomestic) February 20, 2022 "Yash has shown he can dominate in white-ball cricket and at the same has the game to do well in the longer version. It was a dream debut for him. We were under pressure early on day one and the way he dominated the likes of Sandeep Warrier was a sight. Tamil Nadu had us under pressure but his temperament stood out," Sharma told news agency PTI. While it is hard to judge Raj Kumar's point of view after knowing how good he is to spot talent as he is the one who gave Indian cricket the gift of Virat Kohli, a few fans felt it is too early to push Dhull into international cricket. Ffs let him play domestic cricket for an year or two Gill completed U19 wc in 2018 but didn't play until 2021 https://t.co/EV2feagAOz — . (@SammyVercettii) February 21, 202224*7 interview hi dete rhte hai coach sahab https://t.co/ohDmXvv7N4 — Shahnawaz (@Shahnaw97197897) February 21, 2022Virat Childhood coach was in the news and eye ball for him as king coach. Now at 33 only few years left coach want to be in limelight that's why under19 sensation Yash Dhull is promoted how clever these coaches to be in news fame — Venkatraman sreedharan (@Venkatramansre2) February 21, 2022Apart from winning the Under-19 World Cup, Dhull, just like Virat, made his first-class debut against Tamil Nadu. After a remarkable start to his senior career, we wish he goes on to make it big like the former India captain Kohli. View the full article
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