Ryan ten Doeschate is a former Netherlands allrounder who represented the team in 33 ODI’s and 24 T20I’s. He has been one of the most decorated cricketers to have played for the Netherlands between 2006-2021. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-fast pacer. Let’s look at his journey in cricket. Embed from Getty Images Early Life and First-Class Career Ryan ten Doeschate was … Continue reading Ryan ten Doeschate: A cricketer who became a diamond for Netherlands
When viewed from the Buggy Cam, while it manoeuvres around the boundary line, two men stand out from the rest of the Indian slip cordon. Be it because of their scruffy stubble beard or the funky shades they sport, one is bound to confuse between the two. And not to forget their rather bulky physique! Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant are the ones I am … Continue reading Rohit & Rishabh – Raring To Race Is This RR!
There is a saying that ‘batsmen win you games and bowlers win you tournaments‘. It’s the bowlers who win you the big games such as the IPL Finals and with that being said let’s look straight into the top-5 bowling performances in IPL Finals. Let’s check whose performance makes the cut and whose does not: 5. Yusuf Pathan’s 3/22 vs CSK in 2008 It’s strange … Continue reading IPL: Top Bowling Performances In Finals
While the entire two-month long IPL stands on one side, the Final clearly stand on the other. With the two best teams battling against each other for the coveted trophy, the IPL Final is often one of the most-watched sporting events in any year. Given the number of star players, the IPL Final often promises a few great performances. Let us list down the best … Continue reading IPL: Top Batting Performances In Finals
Cricket has a very funny perception that bowlers can’t be good captains. Over the years, many bowlers went on to prove that this is a misconception. In fact, bowlers like Wasim Akram, Daniel Vettori, Anil Kumble, Bob Willis and many others have left a good legacy as captains. Even the IPL has also had a very few bowlers who were captains. Out of the 55 … Continue reading IPL: Top 5 Bowlers Who Captained Their Sides
The Pakistani wonder-boy Azhar Mahmood can narrate his experiences in an unusual manner. He was chosen as a bowling-allrounder for the Test series against South Africa in late 1997 but ended up scoring an unbeaten 128 runs and an unbeaten 50 on his Test debut. Not only that, he smashed another 2 Test hundreds on return tour in early 1998. However, he couldn’t replicate good … Continue reading Azhar Mahmood: How A Pakistani Player Left An IPL Legacy