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157 wasn't a good total: Sachin Tendulkar hails RR bowlers
Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar praised Rajasthan Royals bowlers Prasidh Krishna and Obed McCoy for their brilliant bowling performance against Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Qualifier 2 of Indian Premier League 2022 on Friday.
Watch Gavaskar's videos to learn how to counter fearsome pacers: Miandad
Miandad feels that current players should watch video clips of Gavaskar's batting to know how he tackled some of the world's most fearsome fast bowlers like Michael Holding, Andy Roberts, Malcolm Marshall, Imran Khan, Richard Hadlee, Dennis Lillee among others.
EPL club Chelsea says final deal struck for sale to Boehly-led group
"It is expected that the transaction will be completed on Monday," Chelsea said in a statement. "The Club will update further at that time. Previous owner Roman Abramovich had put the London club up for sale in early March following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
I try to hold one end up & let bowler from other end attack: Rashid
In his fifth IPL season, Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan is no longer an unknown quantity and the batters across franchises are trying to see off his overs while trying to go after other bowlers in Gujarat Titans' line-up.
IPL: Playing every game has allowed me to settle, says GT's Miller
Enjoying by far the best of his nine Indian Premier League seasons so far, the 32-year-old South African has scored 449 runs in 15 games at an average of 64.14 to become the top run-scorer for Gujarat Titans in this edition of the league.
Sanju Samson has been exceptional as player and skipper: Sangakkara
Rajasthan Royals director of cricket Kumar Sangakkara finds Sanju Samson "exceptional" as the Kerala man has been able to perform triple roles of wicket-keeping, captaincy and batting with aplomb in a tournament of IPL's magnitude.
Can't remember anyone batting this well ever in IPL: Sanga on Buttler
Jos Buttler has now scored 824 runs in IPL 2022 at an average of 58.85 with a strike rate of 151.47, which includes four hundreds and four fifties. With the form he's in, it's indisputable that Buttler is the most dangerous top-order batsman in T20 cricket around the globe at the moment.
This is not the Virat Kohli that we know, says Virender Sehwag
Virat Kohli has made "more mistakes in one IPL season" than he has in his entire 14-year international career, feels Virender Sehwag, who is seeing "different version" of the former India captain than what one is normally used to.
SAI panel to probe harassment complaint by gymnast Aruna Reddy
According to Aruna, the clinical assessment test conducted on her injured knee by a doctor was filmed by “one of the trainees of (SAI coach) Rohit Jaiswal” at Jaiswal's behest on a mobile phone without obtaining her consent. The assessment, which took place on March 24, lasted for around 10 minutes.
Carlos Alcaraz youngest man to reach French Open last 16 since 2006
Spanish teenage sensation Carlos Alcaraz became the youngest man to make the fourth round at the French Open on Friday since Novak Djokovic in 2006. Alcaraz, 19, beat Sebastian Korda 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 as he avenged last month's loss to the American at Monte Carlo -- his only defeat on clay this year in 21 matches.
IPL 2022: Buttler's whirlwind ton puts Rajasthan Royals in the final
Smashing his fourth hundred of IPL 2022, Buttler, who crossed 800 runs in the tournament, helped the Royals chase down 158 on a canter, as they outclassed Royal Challengers Bangalore by seven wickets at the imposing Narendra Modi Stadium in the second qualifier.
Faf du Plessis says first six overs felt like Test cricket
Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Faf du Plessis said that the first six overs during the Qualifier 2 match against Rajasthan Royals, felt like 'Test cricket' to him. Jos Buttler's unbeaten 106, his fourth ton of the season, powered Rajasthan Royals to a comprehensive seven-wicket win over Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Qualifier-2 here at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Friday.
Strategy to pick seasoned players has paid off: Sangakkara
The auction strategy to spend majority of the purse on building a first eleven full of seasoned players has paid off, said director of cricket Kumar Sangakkara on Friday after Rajasthan Royals reached their first IPL final since 2008.