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Series could show the way: Sourav

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England-WI Test: Cricket back, in fits & starts

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For Michael, no holding back

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Test of cricket’s new grammar as England host West Indies

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Not just a lethal finisher

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Lara: Lasting power of West Indies doubtful

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Cricket  /  Published 29.09.18

India win Asia Cup

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By A Correspondent in Dubai

Sports  /  Published 28.09.18

Imran might not attend India-Pak match

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By Lokendra Pratap Sahi in Dubai

Cricket  /  Published 28.09.18

Vettori on RCB: Life moves on

Daniel Vettori, a former captain of New Zealand, responded with a grin and a shrug of his shoulders when asked by The Telegraph to comment on his sacking as head coach of the Royal Challengers Bangalo...
By Lokendra Pratap Sahi in Dubai

Cricket  /  Published 28.09.18

‘Don’t see real threat to India’

 Ramiz Raja, a former captain of Pakistan and a much-in-demand commentator on TV, spoke to The Telegraph on Thursday evening.The interaction with the 1992 World Cup winner was limited to the ongo...
By Lokendra Pratap Sahi in Dubai

Cricket  /  Published 27.09.18

Arthur backs India

While Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed believes that India and Bangladesh start Friday’s final of the Asia Cup on equal footing, head coach Mickey Arthur’s opinion is that India are “definite favo...
By Lokendra Pratap Sahi in Dubai

Cricket  /  Published 26.09.18

‘Never about how good you are, but how good your father was’

Bazid Khan, son of the great Majid and nephew of Imran, the present Prime Minister of Pakistan, spoke to The Telegraph on the disadvantages faced by sons of illustrious fathers.Bazid, now 37, played o...
By Lokendra Pratap Sahi in Dubai

Cricket  /  Published 26.09.18

Coach Simmons, Afghans & the learning process

“I’m aware that just about everybody has picked Afghanistan as the team in the Asia Cup, but the fact is that the boys have already left for home and the final is on Friday,” coach Phil Simmons ...
By Lokendra Pratap Sahi in Dubai

Cricket  /  Published 25.09.18

How Majid & Imran buried the hatchet

Contrary to the general impression, first cousins Majid Khan and Imran Khan, who is now the Prime Minister of Pakistan, buried the hatchet “six-seven years ago”. Both are former national cricket c...
By Lokendra Pratap Sahi in Dubai

Cricket  /  Published 25.09.18

Approach to Shahzad via call on cell

Senior pro Mohammed Shahzad, who followed protocol and reported an approach to his team management and, through them, to the International Cricket Council (ICC), had actually received a call on his ce...
By Lokendra Pratap Sahi in Dubai

Cricket  /  Published 25.09.18

Imran knew his time would come: Akram

Wasim Akram, a former captain of Pakistan and among the greatest of fast bowlers, spoke to The Telegraph at the V Hotel on Monday evening.Our interaction took place on the sidelines of the 2018 Player...
By Lokendra Pratap Sahi in Dubai


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