Former England captain Andrew Strauss has voiced his concerns over Virat Kohli condoning the nature of Ahmedabad’s pitch. The third Test, a pink-ball affair between India and England in Ahmedabad, was the shortest Test match since World War II as it finished
Former England opening duo of Alastair Cook and Andrew Strauss have conceded that the Joe Root-led unit’s inability to counter high-quality spin in favorable conditions has proved to be their real undoing in the ongoing Test series against India. The third Test
Former England captain, Andrew Strauss believes that Joe Root will always be viewed over performances as a skipper in Australia despite his success in other countries. Hence, it makes the Ashes series later in the year vital for Root’s career as a
Former England captain Andrew Strauss has shown faith in batsman Ollie Pope and said that he can succeed in all the formats. The confidence shown by Strauss in Pope comes after cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar applauded the batsman for his impressive display
Knighthood is one of the highest honors given in recognition of an individual’s contribution to a particular field. As far as cricket is concerned, as many as 29 cricketers have received the honorary recognition for their contribution towards the game. The list
The third Test between England and the West Indies in Manchester, starting from July 24 will be played for a noble cause. The match will be marked as 2nd annual Ruth Strauss Foundation Test to raise funds in memory of the former
Cricket Australia are currently looking for its next chief after Kevin Roberts stepped down from the post earlier this month. The Australian cricket board is presently going through a period of turmoil having this week laid off 40 staff — including batting
The stars have to be aligned perfectly for any cricketer to feature at the same venue in their first and the final Test. It doesn’t matter whether the prospect has a compelling record in that ground or enjoyed a promising debut. Coming
Former England skipper Andrew Strauss recently opened up on an off-field incident involving Ben Stokes that helped transform the cricket culture in England, and in hindsight, could have had a big hand in their triumph at the World Cup 2019, at home.
Former England captain Andrew Strauss admitted he handled Kevin Pietersen poorly. There were things going down between them. Strauss believes after some of the players retired from the England team he should have spent more time with Pietersen and known him better.