Anderson has never played an Ashes Test on his home ground
England pace bowler James Anderson has announced that the national team will do everything in their power to whitewash Australia in the ongoing Ashes series as it will be the ultimate sign of humiliation for the baggy greens.
Martyn conceded it was tough to watch Australia lose the first Test by a very slim margin
Former Australia batsman Damien Martyn believes the national team, who are currently trailing England 2-0, will need a full-fledged miracle to win the last three Ashes Tests and bring the coveted urn back home.
Philander has never played in the Caribbean before
South Africa pace maestro Vernon Philander believes the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) will allow him to “step up in the shortest form of the game” and earn himself a spot on the Proteas’ Twenty20 team.
Dev believes Sreesanth should be made an example of if he is found guilty
Former India captain Kapil Dev has announced that any player who is caught tarnishing cricket’s image and integrity in any way whatsoever should be severely “punished” in order to send a message and prevent other players from making the same “mistakes” in the future.
Taufel used the ongoing Ashes series as an example where technology was being overused
Umpires are often criticised for making the wrong decisions during matches, but former international umpire Simon Taufel believes that they should be confident in the decisions they give and take a more “pragmatic” approach when it comes to the use of technology.
Despite noting that the national team were in Zimbabwe to have “fun”, India interim captain Virat Kohli looked to be all business during the first ODI as he led his troops to victory with a spectacular century.