Saturday, October 29, 2016

WATCH: MS Dhoni saves a boundary in the most interesting fashion

MS Dhoni made a sharp save that could have easily gone for a boundary by stretching his leg to block the ball. This happened in the IPL 2016 match between Rising Pune Supergiants and Kings XI punjab.

Watch the interesting moment:

Sunday, October 23, 2016

WATCH: Darren Bravo showing some football skills

Darren Bravo displayed some serious football skills during the first day of the second test between Pakistan and West Indies.


Posted by Cric Onomics on Tuesday, February 27, 2018


Friday, October 21, 2016

WATCH: Moeen Ali overturns umpires decision using DRS 3 times in a matter of 12 balls!

Moeen Ali was extremely fortunate to have overturned the umipre's LBW decision three times within 12 balls in the first test against Bangladesh at Chittagong, thanks to DRS.

In the 5th ball of the 27th over bowled by Shakib Al Hasan, Moeen Ali was given lbw by umpire Kumar Dharmasena. This was reviewed and overturned as there was a faint edge. Ali was again given out by Dharmasena on the 2nd ball of the 29th over bowled by Shakib Al Hasan, this time the hawk eye suggested that the ball will miss the leg stump. Two balls later Moeen Ali was adjudged lbw yet again, but this time the impact was outside off and Ali survived.
Moeen Ali eventually got out on 68 caught by the keeper off the debutant Mehedi Hasan Miraz.

Watch this interesting incident here:

Posted by Cric Onomics on Sunday, February 25, 2018

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

WATCH: Virender Sehwag 90 in ODI against Zimbabwe at Hobart, 2004

Virender Sehwag played a wonderful innings in the 2004 VB Series (India, Australia and Zimbabwe triseries) ODI against Zimbabwe at Hobart. Sehwag's innings helped India chase a target of 209 comfortably with 74 balls left. He was also adjudged the Man of the Match.

Match: VB Series, 3rd Match: India v Zimbabwe at Hobart, Jan 14, 2004
Result: India won by 7 wickets

Watch the innings highlight here:

Sehwag goes big at Bellerive

A massive honour for Indian Cricket Team legend Virender Sehwag! READ MORE: Here's Viru in swashbuckling form for India in 2004.

Posted by on Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Sunday, October 16, 2016

India register win in the 900th ODI played by the country

Team India registered victory in their 900th ODI, thanks to the wonderful performances by the the bowlers who restricted New Zealand to 190 in the first ODI at Dharamsala. India completed the chase in the 34th over on the back of a brilliant half century (85* off 81 balls) by Virat Kohli.

Hardik Pandya who made his ODI debut was adjudged the Man of the Match for his brilliant bowling figures of 7-0-31-3.

Match: New Zealand tour of India, 1st ODI: India v New Zealand at Dharamsala, Oct 16, 2016
Result: India won by 6 wickets (with 101 balls remaining)

Watch the winning moment:

#TeamIndia batsman Virat Kohli finishes off the game in style. Win by 6 wickets Paytm ODI Trophy #INDvNZ
Posted by Indian Cricket Team on Sunday, October 16, 2016

Sunday, October 9, 2016

WATCH: Ajinkya Rahane hits 8th Test hundred

Ajinkya Rahane scored his 8th Test hundred and 3rd at home during the third test against New Zealand at Indore. Rahane was tested with a barrage of short balls and at one time got hit on the helmet but gave a tough fight to reach the century mark.

Posted by Cric Onomics on Saturday, October 8, 2016

Thursday, October 6, 2016

WATCH: Zaheer Khan's deadly yorkers

Zaheer Khan is popular for his accurate yorkers.

Watch some of the best yorkers that Zaheer bowled earlier in his career:

Best Yorker In Cricket-Yorker From Hell-Zaheer Khan..

Posted by Grablatest on Thursday, February 6, 2014

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

WATCH: Ben Duckett strange dismissal

Ben Duckett, the young England batsman was dismissed in an unusual manner during the tour match against BCB Select XI.

Watch this strange dismissal here:

Duckett's Unusual Dismissal

Know anyone who has lost their wicket like this?!

Posted by England Cricket on Wednesday, October 5, 2016

CRICKET ON THIS DAY: VIDEO: VVS Laxman scripts a 1 wicket victory against Australia in Mohali test

On October 5, 2010, India beat Australia by 1 wicket in a tense finish at the first test in Mohali.

Australia won the toss, batted first and amassed 428 on the back of hundred by Shane Watson (126) and half centuries by Ricky Ponting (71) and Time Paine (92). India replied with half centuries from Virender Sehwag (59), Rahul Dravid (77), Sachin Tendulkar (98) and Suresh Raina (86) and finished only slightly behind Australia scoring 405.

Australia got all out for 192 in the second innings with only Shane Watson (56) crossing 50. India's reply was stalled by Ben Hilfenhaus and Doug Bollinger who ran through the top order as India got reduced to 124/8.

VVS Laxman, struggling with a back spasm, had batted at No. 10 in the first innings, and had come in at No. 7 with a runner in the second. He joined hands with Ishant Sharma for a match winning ninth wicket partnership of 81 runs. Interestingly, during that 81-run stand, Ishant played 71% of the total deliveries (92 out of 130).

When Ben Hilfenhaus trapped Ishant Sharma (31), India still needed 11 runs to win the test and Pragyan Ojha joined Laxman. Laxman then aimed for taking twos and on one occasion, there was a confusion between Raina and Ojha. It nearly resulted in a run-out as Laxman was furious at Ojha, hurling a few words. With two runs required, Johnson ran in and strayed on to Ojha’s pads. It hit his body and trickled to fine-leg as Raina and Ojha sprinted across to complete two. Laxman finished with a fine 79 ball 73.

Zaheer Khan was declared Man of the match for his 5/94 and 3/43.

Watch the winning moments in the below video:

Posted by Cric Onomics on Tuesday, February 27, 2018


Sunday, October 2, 2016

CRICKET ON THIS DAY: A Test match ended with the highest last wicket partnership in a winning cause

The first test between Australia and Pakistan at Karachi in Oct 2, 1994 ended in quite a dramatic fashion. Australia were all set to win their first test in Pakistan in 35 years as Pakistan got reduced to 258 for 9 chasing a target of 314. Inzamam Ul Haq and Mushtaq Ahmed combined for a 57 run partnership that took Pakistan home. With 3 runs needed for victory, Inzamam charged at a Shane Warne delivery only for Ian Healy to miss the stumping that resulted in 4 byes and a Pakistan victory.
The 57 run partnership between Inzamam Ul Haq and Mushtaq Ahmed is still the highest last wicket partnership ever to win a Test.

Match: Australia tour of Pakistan, 1st Test: Pakistan v Australia at Karachi, Sep 28-Oct 2, 1994
Result: Pakistan won by 1 wicket


Inzamam-ul-Haq, Mushtaq Ahmed (PAK) 1994 57
AW Nourse, PW Sherwell (SA) 1906 48
SF Barnes, A Fielder (ENG) 1908 39
WA Johnston, DT Ring (AUS) 1952 38
JC Adams, CA Walsh (WI) 2000 19
Watch the highlights here:

Posted by Cric Onomics on Tuesday, February 27, 2018


Saturday, October 1, 2016

WATCH: Reverse flick from Brendon McCullum

Brendon McCullum played one of his extraordinary shot for four with a reverse flick in the IPL match against Delhi Daredevils. McCullum made 60 and Gujarat Lions went on to win the match by 1 run.

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WATCH: Stunning catch by Kieron Pollard

Kieron Pollard took a stunning catch to dismiss Babar Azam of Pakistan during the first ODI against Pakistan at Sharjah.
Match: West Indies tour of United Arab Emirates, 1st ODI: Pakistan v West Indies at Sharjah, Sep 30, 2016

You asked for it! Here it is! Kieron Pollard's amazing catch in his 99th ODI. Today he played his 100th match -- congrats to him!

Posted by Windies Cricket on Sunday, October 2, 2016


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