AB de Villiers: Stats in T20 Leagues after Retirement

AB de Villiers had surprised everyone with his abrupt retirement from international cricket back in 2018. He was just 34 at the time of retirement and was in brilliant form. He confessed that he was tired and wanted to focus on league cricket from thereon. Now that AB de Villiers was available for all the leagues, he became a hot cake for all the franchises. … Continue reading AB de Villiers: Stats in T20 Leagues after Retirement

Journey of India to the 2007 T20 World Cup Win

The 2007 T20 World Cup holds a special place in any Indian cricket fan’s heart and why not? A young Indian team with a young captain defied all expectations and won the tournament in grand style. It was a tournament which didn’t just announce Dhoni’s arrival as a captain but it was a tournament which saw the dynamics of the Indian cricket change forever. It … Continue reading Journey of India to the 2007 T20 World Cup Win

Netherlands VS Ireland T20WC 2014 Qualifier

The World Cup’s format is often regarded to be cruel for that one associate nation which is a part of every group. “How would this associate nation beat all the top-ranking teams and qualify to the next stage?”, is one thought that strikes most of us. But we often undermine the path they’ve treaded and the matches they’ve played to reach there. This is one … Continue reading Netherlands VS Ireland T20WC 2014 Qualifier

Michael Hussey 60*(24) against Pakistan

It was the 2nd Semi-Final of the 2010 T20 World Cup between Australia and Pakistan. The Australian captain, Michael Clarke, won the toss and decided to bowl first amidst the wet outfield and the outcast conditions. Dirk Nannes gave a brilliant start to the Aussies as he started the match with a maiden over. Things were looking bright for the Aussies but Pakistan shifted gears … Continue reading Michael Hussey 60*(24) against Pakistan