Cricket Current Affairs - 2019

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Kohli wins ‘CEAT International cricketer of the year’

Virat Kohli has won the ‘CEAT international cricketer of the year’ 2011-12 award. Other Awards: ‘CEAT Indian youngster of the year’ : Unmukt Chand (captained Indian team to victory in the under-19 World Cup) Team of the year: Pakistan ‘Lifetime achievement award’: Zaheer Abbas Under India-Pakistan special awards: Best batsman-ODI: Inzamam-ul-Haq Best batsman-Test: Sunil Gavaskar Read More…

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Pakistan beats India 2-1 to win the ODI Series

Although India won the last match of 3-match ODI series, Pakistan clinched the series trophy defeating India 2-1 in India. So far, both teams have played 124 matches around the world with Pakistan winning 71 and India 49.

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McGrath inducted into ICC Hall of Fame

Legendary pacer of Australia, Glenn McGrath inducted into the ICC  Cricket Hall of Fame. It will be a thirdentry in 2012-13 after Enid Bakewell and Brian Lara. McGrath will be 68th male member of the Hall of Fame. McGrath has played 124 Test matches b/w 1993 and 2007 and claimed 563 Test wickets at an Read More…

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‘Mr. Cricket’ Mike Hussey to retire from Test cricket

Australian batsman Mike Hussey will retire from Test cricket after the final match of the series against Sri Lanka at Sydney starting on January 3, 2013. It will be his 79th and final Test. He will however play the ODI tri-series involving Australia, West Indies and Sri Lanka which will be his last international assignment. Read More…

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Tony Greig, former England cricket captain and commentator passed away

Former England captain and cricket commentator Anthony William "Tony" Greig (66) passed away. Greig played 58 tests for England and scored 3,599 runs at an average of 40.43 and took 141 wickets at 32.20. Tony Greig was an England Test cricket captain turned commentator.

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Sachin Tendulkar ‘The God of Cricket’ retires from ODIs

Sachin Tendulkar had announced his retirement from One-Day format of  cricket. It brings an end to his 23-year career in ODIs. He had made his debut in this format against Pakistan in 1989. In 463 ODIs he played, he piled up a total of 18,426 runs at an average of 44.83. He keeps a record Read More…

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Former first class cricketer BB Nimbalkar passed away

Often described as "a man who nearly beat Bradman" Former first class cricketer BB Nimbalkar (93), known for unbeaten   443- run innings he played for Maharashtra against Kathiawar in a Ranji Trophy match at Pune in 1948-49, passed away. That innings was second only to the Australian’s 452 not out is still 4thhighest in first Read More…

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