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Yuvraj Singh criticises BCCI for managing him in 'unprofessional' manner towards end of career
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Yuvraj Singh criticises BCCI for managing him in 'unprofessional' manner towards end of career

Yuvraj Singh has played 40 Tests and 304 ODIs for India. He has scored over 10,000 runs across the two formats of the game.

India have resources to win major ICC trophies but need better planning, says former pacer Irfan Pathan
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India have resources to win major ICC trophies but need better planning, says former pacer Irfan Pathan

India last won an ICC tournament in 2013, when they lifted the Champions Trophy under the leadership of iconic Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Pune-based cricket museum buys bat auctioned by Pakistan Test captain Azhar Ali to raise COVID-19 relief funds
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Pune-based cricket museum buys bat auctioned by Pakistan Test captain Azhar Ali to raise COVID-19 relief funds

A cricket museum based in India has bought a bat auctioned by Pakistan Test captain Azhar Ali to raise funds for the needy during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Azhar Ali auctions bat used in triple ton, signed Champions Trophy jersey to raise funds for fight against COVID-19
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Azhar Ali auctions bat used in triple ton, signed Champions Trophy jersey to raise funds for fight against COVID-19

Pakistan Test captain Azhar Ali has decided to auction his bat which he had used during his Test triple ton against West Indies along with his national jersey to raise funds to fight COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed over 2.1 lakh globally.

FIH Pro League 2020: A rapidly improving Indian side faces Australia's evergreen brilliance in double-header in Bhubaneswar
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FIH Pro League 2020: A rapidly improving Indian side faces Australia's evergreen brilliance in double-header in Bhubaneswar

The Indian team is well balanced, yet suspect in defence and shots at goal while Australia is serially ruthless against teams showing weakness

Vivek Sagar Prasad overcomes lack of money, height and career-threatening injury to become FIH Rising Star of the Year
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Vivek Sagar Prasad overcomes lack of money, height and career-threatening injury to become FIH Rising Star of the Year

Ashok Kumar says Vivek Sagar Prasad is the perfect central midfielder who has the slice ball, vision and is quick enough to pass and dart into pockets creating space as he runs

Four countries to qualify for T20 World Cup 2021 from 16-team ICC Qualifier
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Four countries to qualify for T20 World Cup 2021 from 16-team ICC Qualifier

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday confirmed that four among 16 countries will qualify for the tournament proper of ICC World T20 scheduled to be held in India in 2021.

MS Dhoni has no immediate plans to retire, constant speculations over his future unfortunate, says close friend Arun Pandey
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MS Dhoni has no immediate plans to retire, constant speculations over his future unfortunate, says close friend Arun Pandey

Speculations over Dhoni's future intensified ever since India lost their big-ticket World Cup semifinal against New Zealand earlier this month.

India vs Pakistan, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Babar Azam says he watches videos of Virat Kohli's batting to learn from him
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India vs Pakistan, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Babar Azam says he watches videos of Virat Kohli's batting to learn from him

Babar, who scored a brilliant 63 in Pakistan's victory over England, is a key player for Pakistan as his side seeks its maiden World Cup win over India.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Aaron Finch hopes washouts don't hurt Australia's semi-final chances
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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Aaron Finch hopes washouts don't hurt Australia's semi-final chances

Pakistan's match against Sri Lanka was washed out on Friday before the clash between South Africa and the West Indies was abandoned after less than eight overs play on Monday.

The Champions Trophy saga shows International Hockey Federation cares two hoots for history and legacy
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The Champions Trophy saga shows International Hockey Federation cares two hoots for history and legacy

Hockey, perhaps, needs some visionary to keep the Champions Trophy going. It could be the hockey’s insurance as it embarks on an uncertain journey.

Hockey World Cup: Ex-Pakistan captain Waseem Ahmed says premature exit of Roelant Oltmans will hurt team
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Hockey World Cup: Ex-Pakistan captain Waseem Ahmed says premature exit of Roelant Oltmans will hurt team

ormer captain Waseem Ahmed is not hoping much from Pakistan side at the upcoming hockey World Cup, saying the premature exit of coach Roelant Oltmans will hurt the team badly.

Asia Cup 2018: Sarfraz Ahmed says he lost sleep due to Pakistan's flop show, requests authorities to not press panic button
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Asia Cup 2018: Sarfraz Ahmed says he lost sleep due to Pakistan's flop show, requests authorities to not press panic button

Pakistan lost their must-win game against Bangladesh by 37 runs in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, meaning they failed to qualify for Friday's final in Dubai.

Asia Cup 2018: Shaheen Afridi's confident show against Afghanistan reason enough for Pakistan to unleash him against India
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Asia Cup 2018: Shaheen Afridi's confident show against Afghanistan reason enough for Pakistan to unleash him against India

What Shaheen Afridi also provides is a good stable-mate for Mohammad Amir who could probably relish the opportunity of worrying about his own wicket-taking abilities with the comfort that another quick bowler is keeping the pressure up from the other side.

Asia Cup 2018: Improved Lasith Malinga 'need of the hour' as struggling Sri Lanka prepare for World Cup 2019
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Asia Cup 2018: Improved Lasith Malinga 'need of the hour' as struggling Sri Lanka prepare for World Cup 2019

Lasith Malinga is vital for next year World Cup campaign. He is still easily the best death bowler in the country and his vast knowledge is important for a team that has not got much experience.

Former India hockey captain Sardar Singh credits Sachin Tendulkar for his comeback after Commonwealth Games snub
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Former India hockey captain Sardar Singh credits Sachin Tendulkar for his comeback after Commonwealth Games snub

He was low on confidence after the Commonwealth Games snub earlier this year but a telephonic chat with the iconic Sachin Tendulkar motivated Sardar Singh to work hard towards regaining his place

Asia Cup 2018: Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed says end of chopping and changing has brought stability to team
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Asia Cup 2018: Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed says end of chopping and changing has brought stability to team

The Champions Trophy victory changed a lot in Pakistan cricket as it brought a certain amount of stability in the white ball team, feels skipper Sarfraz Ahmed

Indian Men's hockey team rises to fifth in FIH rankings, Women become highest-ranked Asian team at ninth place
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Indian Men's hockey team rises to fifth in FIH rankings, Women become highest-ranked Asian team at ninth place

Both the Indian men's and women's hockey teams improved their standings in the FIH rankings, with the women's team rising to ninth and the men's team reaching fifth place.

Asian Games 2018: Rupinder Pal Singh says Indian men's hockey team looking to grab gold medal in Jakarta
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Asian Games 2018: Rupinder Pal Singh says Indian men's hockey team looking to grab gold medal in Jakarta

The Commonwealth Games in April was Rupinder Pal Singh's last appearance for the Indian team at a major International event.

Asian Games 2018: PR Sreejesh says India's rise to fifth spot in rankings can inspire team to do well at Jakarta
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Asian Games 2018: PR Sreejesh says India's rise to fifth spot in rankings can inspire team to do well at Jakarta

PR Sreejesh said the Asian Games will be totally different from Champions Trophy because the participating nations' style of hockey is different from that of European countries.