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Mithali Raj-The Tendulkar of Women’s Cricket

Introduction MITHALI RAJ. A renowned name in the world of Women’s Cricket. Nicknamed “the Lady Sachin Tendulkar of India”, as to respect her records in Women’s cricket as of Sachin Tendulkar’s in Men’s cricket. The 38-year Indian Women’s Team Opening Batsman and former Indian Women’s ODI Cricket team Captain is known all over the world …

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Jason Behrendorff replaced Hazlewood in the CSK squad ahead of IPL 2021

Jason Behrendorff replaced Hazlewood In The CSK Squad Ahead Of IPL 2021

Australian left-arm fast bowler Jason Behrendorff replaced Josh Hazlewood in the Chennai Super Kings squad, as the right-hand quick withdrew from the VIVO IPL 2021 citing too much workload post IPL for Australia. Chennai Super Kings announced the inclusion of the southpaw via Twitter.  Jason Behrendorff has played 11 ODIs and 7 T20Is for Australia …

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Shaheen Shah Afridi is the youngest player to take a 5-wicket haul in the ICC World Cup history against Bangladesh at Lord’s on 5th July 2019. 

Who is the youngest player to take 5-wicket haul in ICC World Cup history?

Pakistani youngster Shaheen Shah Afridi is the youngest player (19 years 9 days) to take a 5-wicket haul in the ICC World Cup history. He achieved the feat in the group stage match against Bangladesh at the iconic venue Lord’s on 5th July 2019.  Shaheen Afridi returned with 6/34 in 9.1 overs while defending the …

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On this day in 2005, MS Dhoni Smashed his first International Century 

On This Day In 2005, MS Dhoni Smashed His First International Century 

On this day in 2005, former Indian World Cup-winning skipper MS Dhoni smashed his first international century in the 2nd ODI match against Pakistan at Visakhapatnam. Dhoni’s 148 runs innings off 123 balls consisted of 15 fours and 6 four sixes.  In That match, Indian captain Sourav Ganguly chose to bat after winning the toss. …

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On this day in 2016, West Indies Won The T20 World Cup for the 2nd time

On this day in 2016, West Indies Won The T20 World Cup for the 2nd time

On this day in 2016, West Indies won T20 World Cup for the 2nd time after 2012 by defeating England by 4 wickets. That day one all-rounder made his name in international cricket, Carlos Brathwaite. Brathwaite hit Ben Stokes four sixes in four consecutive balls to fulfill the target of 19 runs, which was needed …

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Babar Azam Fastest ODI Century-Became Fastest Batsman To Hit 13 ODI centuries

Babar Azam Fastest ODI Century-Became Fastest Batsman To Hit 13 ODI centuries

Babar Azam Fastest ODI Century-Pakistani ace batsman Babar Azam became the fastest batsman to hit 13 ODI centuries during the first ODI between Pakistan and South Africa at Supersport Park, Centurion on 2nd April in just 76 innings. Babar scored his 13th century by hitting a four in the mid-wicket off Anrich Nortje’s ball. In …

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World Cup 2011-On this day in 2011, India won the World Cup for the 2nd time after 1983

World Cup 2011-The 2nd of April has always been special for our country, India. Because on this day in 2011 India won the World Cup after 28 years for the 2nd time in their World Cup history after being consistent for 44 days (19th Feb-2nd April). 997 million people in total watched the match worldwide.  …

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