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Looking at the ease at which Indian bowlers were hunted by merciless poachers like AB Devilliers and Quinton De-Kock, during the last ODI, the World Wildlife Federation has declared Indian bowlers as endangered species.
After the heart wrenching innings for Indian fans from AB de Villiers in the fifth ODI, BCCI is leaving no stone unturned to prevent such disaster from happening in future again.
When Jadeja was dropped from the test squad, he swallowed his pride and put up a brave front. He remained unflustered when he was snubbed by the selectors ahead of ODI and T20 series against South Africa.
Notice sent by Pepsi co. wishing to withdraw as the title sponsor of IPL has added to the injury of already mired down BCCI and with football’s growing fan following, the problems for our cricketers are just increasing with each passing day.
The bottle throwing incident at Cuttack may have left a bad taste for many, but it has not stopped a few enterprising students of IIT Mumbai to spot a business opportunity.
An otherwise innocent T20 spectator, Shiv Kumar Zurabiya was badly beaten up by crowd using plastic bottles and flags for apparently passing irritating comments even as Indian team was on track to lose the T20 match against Proteas.
Dhoni and De Villiers held a press conference and passed a joint resolution that the winner of the series shall be declared based on contents of the team manifestos and popular public support rather than actual performance on the field.
After he managed to somehow deal with his anger management issue, Indian pacer Ishant Sharma’s latest headache is to deal with hair management issue.
Having given up all hopes of making a comeback into the Indian team, out of flavor Indian openers Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir, have now decided to focus on bagging the role of Indian cricket coach; whenever BCCI decides to fill up that position.
With cricket fans still unable to understand why captain after captain is persisting with Rohit Sharma, sources from BCCI today revealed that backing and defending Rohit Sharma was part of every Indian captain’s KRA.