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On this day, Yuvraj sent Stuart Broad packing for six sixes in six balls in the 2007 T20 WC

All-rounder Yuvraj Singh, known for his big-hitting skills, played a huge part in India’s World T20 Cup triumph way back in 2007. During the inaugural edition of the event in South Africa, Yuvraj smashed England pacer Stuart Broad for six sixes on this day twelve years ago in a crucial …

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Virat Kohli and his Test ducks

Among the most prolific batsman in Test cricket in recent times, Virat Kohli has been the flag bearer of modern day Test batting with his impeccable consistency across conditions. However, on Sunday, Kemar Roach had him dismissed for a golden duck by forcing an edge through to the keeper off …

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Memories of The Ashes: Part 3

The third and final part of the Ashes memories is about two of the fanciest Test series of all time.  Botham’s Ashes The 140 plus years of England-Australia Test cricket history have seen mixed results; some one-sided ones and some close encounters. But the 1981 Ashes will be always etched …

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Memories of The Ashes: Part 2

The memories of the Ashes cannot be complete without the mention of Bradman’s Invincibles and Jim Lake’s 19 wickets. Here’s the second part of the throwback! Bradman’s Invincibles (1948) After an eight years gap due to the Second World War, the Ashes had been resumed in 1946-47. England team led …

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Memories of The Ashes: Part 1

The first Test match between England and Australia was played way back in 1877. Since then it has been always one of the most cherished rivalries in cricket and even in the 142nd year the hype and anticipation are more than ever with ‘The Ashes’. Several memorable incidents in all …

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