Samuels made racial remarks and a derogatory comment about Stokes's wife in an Instagram post that former England captain Michael Vaughan called "appalling".
IPL 2020: If Sanju Samson has a consistent tournament, you’ll see him play for India across formats soon, says Shane Warne
Warne believes the day is not far away when Samson becomes a regular fixture in the Indian team, whether in blue or in white.
IPL 2020: Surprised Sanju Samson's not playing for India in all formats, says spin legend Shane Warne
Samson smashed a 32-ball 74 against Chennai Super Kings to power Rajasthan Royals to a 16-run win in the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Tuesday.
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Warne, who was the Royals skipper when they clinched the Indian Premier League cup in its inaugural edition in 2008, will join the team in the UAE and also represent the club as its ambassador.
After England posted 231/9 on a surface on which runs were hard to come by, Australia made a good start before a dramatic collapse saw them slip from 144 for two in the run chase to be 207 all-out.
My First IPL match: Warne's surprise call-up, Smith's calming presence, new avatar and a ballistic cannon — Swapnil Asnodkar recalls 'dream debut'
Swapnil Asnodkar burst onto the scene in style with a 34-ball 60 in his debut match in IPL 2008, against KKR. He walks down the memory lane to relive that special day.
Cricket Australia is set to announce the schedule for India's tour of Australia this week which will include four Tests and there are fears that the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) may lose the Boxing Day Test.
Inside Story - A season with Rajasthan Royals review: Mundaneness defines this one-hour image rebuilding exercise
There is nothing to look for in this new documentary on Rajasthan Royals journey in 2019 edition of IPL, where they finished second last on the points table.
James Anderson will be nearly 40 when England begin their quest to regain the urn from their arch-rivals.
The only bowlers with more Test wickets than the 38-year-old Anderson are a trio of retired spinners – Sri Lanka's Muttiah Muralitharan (800 Test wickets), Australia's Shane Warne (708) and India's Anil Kumble (619)
Australian legend Shane Warne recently went on record by saying that a crucial decision might have cost them 2001 Kolkata Test.
Shane Warne now wants Mahendra Singh Dhoni to get on with the game and consider being part of his team London Spirit in next year's The Hundred tournament.
Monty Panesar recounts his magical delivery to dismiss Sachin Tendulkar during England’s victorious 2012 tour of India
With Tendulkar batting on eight, the bowler delivered the ball right outside the leg and hit the top of Tendulkar's off-stump. Panesar managed to get him out in the second innings too.
The 34-year-old Broad, who was dropped from the opening Test in Southampton, reached the milestone when he dismissed Kraigg Brathwaite on the fifth day of the deciding third Test against the West Indies here on Tuesday.
England vs West Indies: Stuart Broad says adopting Shane Warne's batting technique helped him score runs on Day 2
Broad scored the joint third-fastest Test 50 for England off just 33 balls as he helped England to fight back after West Indies had gained the early momentum by grabbing four wickets in the first hour.
Former Pakistan batsman Aamer Sohail says selection of Shahid Afridi in 1999 World Cup squad was a mistake
Aamer Sohail has revealed that he feels the team management made a mistake in including Shahid Afridi as an opener in the 1999 World Cup squad. Sohail claims that the all-rounder back then was neither able to bowl nor bat.
Firstpost Masterclass: Dip, drift and deception, L Sivaramakrishnan deconstructs the art of leg spin
L Sivaramakrishnan demystifies the allure that surrounds legspin, explain the biomechanics that goes behind delivering a perfect leg break, and explain the mental fortitude required to ace the craft.
Modern-day bowlers are up against better batsmen, says former Sri Lanka cricketer Mahela Jayawardene
At the peak of Jayawardene's career, international cricket was flooded with world-class bowlers, something many feel is not the case now.
India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh recently named former leg-spinner Anil Kumble as the ‘greatest match-winner India has ever produced,’ while highlighting the importance of bowlers in the team.