Evans, 32, has developed into a feared white-ball batsman. Player of the match in the Blast final of 2014, he was the tournament's leading run-scorer in 2018 and has become a regular on the global T20 circuit. Something of a surprise selection for the Lions tour in the winter, he responded with 94 in an unofficial ODI against Australia A. As a schoolboy he played rugby for Harlequins and the South of England. … [Read more...] about Who are the new names in England frame?
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Speaking to IANS over the phone, DCP Central, Sanjay Bhatia said: "Yesterday at about 3.30 PM the said car was parked in front of the house and in morning the same was found stolen. Accordingly, a regular FIR is being registered. We also have the CCTV footage and the same is being scrutinized." … [Read more...] about Shocking! SUV belongs to Gautam Gambhir’s father stolen
Thomas was a more-than-useful American heavyweight in the mid-1980s, a fighter who had held the WBC belt before and fancied getting it back. The only problem for Thomas was that Tyson owned the belt, and the latter felt it suited him rather better than it suited Thomas. That theory was put to the test on a Saturday night in Las Vegas, and despite Thomas' jab keeping Tyson busy, trouble was soon brewing for the challenger. A thundering left hook from Tyson had Thomas wobbling in the sixth round and was followed by a flurry of punches that sent the 29-year-old to the canvas. Thomas just about managed to get to his feet but trainer Angelo Dundee stepped in, taking his man out of harm's way, Tyson retaining the WBC and WBA titles. … [Read more...] about On this day in sport: Babe Ruth’s farewell, Liverpool rock Roma, Tyson topples Thomas and Cook’s twin feats
Courtesy Pant's brutal knock, DC finished at 213/6 in their 20 overs. During the chase, Yuvraj Singh's valiant 53 went in vain as the star all-rounder received no support from the other end. … [Read more...] about Indian Premier League: Best rivalry matches in IPL history
But because nobody goes gaga for his strokeplay, we fall back to his leadership to praise his batting. And in that passes by the great skill and technique; the range of strokes; the occasionally and deceptively loose wrists that kept singles coming; the strength of forearm that kept boundaries coming; the movement of the feet to spin as he expanded his game; the understanding of different conditions and bowlers, to remember that one bowler does this here and that somewhere else - just a few of the very tangible tools that signal to us nothing about captaincy but everything about great batting. … [Read more...] about Don’t forget Graeme Smith, the batsman