Was Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan An Underrated Genius?

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Muttiah Muralitharan – The Smiling Assassin  On the back of the backlash aimed towards actor Vijay Sethupathi over his Muttiah Muralitharan biopic ‘800’. We ask is the legendary Sri Lankan off-spinner an underrated genius? Undoubtedly statistically one of, if not the greatest bowler to ever play the beautiful game of cricket. Sitting a full 92 […] READ MORE


England v Pakistan: James Anderson Reaches Landmark 600 In Draw

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James Anderson And His Amazing 600 England seamer James Anderson became the first fast bowler to reach 600 Test wickets. The hosts and Pakistan played out a rain-affected draw in the final Test of the summer. After rain caused the players to wait until 4.15pm for play on the final day, the 38-year-old got what […] READ MORE


Cricket In India – The Most Successful Foreigners

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Most successful players in India. India is often known for its spin-friendly pitches. From Bishan Singh Bedi to Ravichandran Ashwin, India has always produced excellent spinners. Cricket in India is widely thought to be challenging for foreign players. We have always wondered what players have been the most successful in India. But even more, what […] READ MORE


5 legends who aren’t on the Lord’s Honours Board

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The Lord’s delight Lord’s to cricket ground is commonly referred to as “The Home of Cricket” because it is one of the most iconic venues in the world. This is because of its rich history and tradition. The venue itself is named after Thomas Lords – the founder of the ground in 1814. There are […] READ MORE


Farewell, Rangana Herath

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A despairing dive, agonizingly falling short by a millimeter or two from safety and that was it, Rangana Herath’s last act on a cricketing field. Not a fitting way to end for the game’s best left arm bowler but certainly a one that was emblematic of his whole cricketing journey. Fighting till the very end […] READ MORE


Rangana Herath: The Greatest Left-Arm Spinner

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They say wine gets better with age. Rangana Herath fits that saying perfectly. The spinner, who made his Test debut for Sri Lanka in 1999, was a back-up to the great Muttiah Muralitharan till the legend’s retirement. The back-up role had a telling say on Herath’s career. Herath would not play for four years between […] READ MORE