Ben Stokes. Benjamin Stokes. Sir Ben Stokes? Well! The manner in which Durham all-rounder has been playing in the past few years and especially last summer, one wouldn’t have any reservations in asserting Sir before his name. Ben Stokes belongs to that
England allrounder Ben Stokes’s comments in his book about India’s batting approach against England in 2019 World Cup have created an online storm. Ben Stokes expressed his surprise over the way India went about the chase in the high-scoring game. A loss
James Neesham, swashbuckling New Zealand all-rounder, single-handedly kept his team in the game during that Super-Over in the 2019 World Cup final against England after he stroked Jofra Archer for a whirlwind six over mid-wicket to reduce the target of 16 to
Last year, Jofra Archer stormed his way into the English team and made a long-lasting impact in Tests and ODIs. He was an integral member of England’s 2019 World Cup victory. As far as five-day affairs are concerned, Archer proved unplayable to
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.
Glenn Maxwell recently opened up on his mental battles, revealing in a recent interview that he wished his “arm was broken”, during the World Cup, so that the all-rounder could get a much needed “easy break” from international cricket. The 31-year-old Maxwell,
The gentleman’s cricket is fiercely competitive nowadays. All the teams, whenever they take to the field have just one motive, to play good cricket and win the match. However, there can only be one winner in the end, in a cricket match.
Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on Monday welcomed their skipper, MS Dhoni, as he landed in the state capital—to begin preparations for the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) season. Super Kings’ official Twitter handle had shared a 59-second clip, in which ‘Thala’ Dhoni
England pacer Jofra Archer has leapt to the defence of his Test skipper Joe Root, saying the latter should not be blamed for his elbow injury. Root has been accused of being over-reliant on Archer, and since the right-arm bowler suffered an
England all-rounder David Willey in a recent interview opened up about his feeling after he saw his teammates lift the ODI World Cup trophy in 2019, while he watched on at home. Willey named in the provisional squad but ultimately lost his