Gavaskar has seen a huge change in Dhoni’s captaincy
Former India batsman Sunil Gavaskar has announced that Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s captaincy “should not be disturbed till the 2019 World Cup”, especially after he led his squad to an outstanding 4-0 whitewash over Australia recently.
Jones sees Dhoni as a one of a kind cricketer
Former Australia batsman Dean Jones believes India will never again see a player quite like captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and added that he expects the wicketkeeper-batsman to retire as one of the top three Indian players in the history of the sport.
Clarke does not want to see any of his players succumb to long-term injuries
Australia captain Michael Clarke has defended his decision to rest key players at certain points during a series, stating that all of them complained of minor niggles and as skipper, his responsibility was to ensure that those minor aches and pains heal as soon as possible instead of letting them get even more aggravated by allowing those players to play through it.
Dravid respects Dhoni for showing the heart and passion to carry on in spite of all the harsh criticism he has received
Legendary India batsman Rahul Dravid has advised skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni to step down as captain of the Twenty20 side and also as leader of his Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise, the Chennai Super Kings.
Jayawardene wants the Sri Lankan batsmen to step up and humiliate the Australians
Sri Lanka batsman Mahela Jayawardene has challenged all the batsmen to bounce back after their appalling performance in the three-Test series and first ODI against Australia.
Dhoni is sick and tired of Gambhir’s “selfish” attitude
After coming under heavy criticism for the recent embarrassments in front of their home fans at the hands of England and Pakistan, India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni seems to be heading in a new direction and will not let anyone ruin it.
Ul-Haq vows to continue representing Pakistan as long as he has the passion to play cricket
Pakistan ODI and Test captain Mishbah-ul-Haq has announced that he has no intentions of retiring just yet, despite having to constantly defend his role as skipper and his form with the bat throughout the year.
The third umpire intervention system was not popular with many of the players and fans
Cricket Australia have decided to trash third umpire interventions during domestic limited overs matches and the Big Bash League after numerous complaints were filed by many players.
Bell and the rest of the England team have turned to taking pages out of Dravid’s book on how to combat spin bowling
Having come under heavy criticism for their struggles against spinners throughout the year, England batsman Ian Bell has admitted that the national team are closely studying how legendary Indian batsman Rahul Dravid tackled spin bowling.
Sharma noted that Tendulkar is like a mentor to him
India batsman Rohit Sharma has been in dreadful form as of late and admitted that iconic batsman Sachin Tendulkar has constantly given him advice on how to regain his form and improve his batting technique.