England’s white-ball series against arch-rivals Australia has reportedly been pushed back to September due to coronavirus pandemic that has gripped the entire world. So far, more than 2.4 million people have been infected by the virus while in excess of 1.7 lakh individuals have lost their lives worldwide.
Young India opener Prithvi Shaw on Tuesday said ‘idol’ Sachin Tendulkar has advised him to always play his natural game and stay calm off the field.
Former Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi has said that while the world might have felt nervous bowling to the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, it was former Windies skipper Brian Lara who the leg-spinner had trouble bowling to because of his swift footwork.
The Spanish government has extended the country’s state of alarm until May 9, with the entire population confined to their homes except a small number working in specific sectors. This has left Nadal perplexed as to why he can’t train. Continue Reading
Cricket Australia CEO Kevin Roberts defended the salary cuts of staff as he highlighted the precarious financial position the board is currently in due to the coronavirus pandemic.
During the lockdown, the need is more and the help is limited. But, some residents of the city are refusing to take the backseat and are doing what they can to ensure no one goes hungry or helpless. Continue Reading
Manchester City have struck a deal to sign teenage defender Kluiverth Aguilar from Alianza Lima, the Peruvian first division club has said. Continue Reading
Former Brazil international midfielder Diego Ribas has raised the prospect of finishing his career at Flamengo and revealed he remains hungry for more silverware with the Rio de Janeiro giants.
Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar has stated he ‘enjoyed’ former Pakistan fast-bowler Shoaib Akhtar’s reply which came after his ‘snowfall in Lahore’ comment. Continue Reading