Cricket News sort by Sunil Manohar Gavaskar

September 4 is significant in the history of cricket for a couple of important occurrences. Here’s a look

The original Little Master of world cricket, Sunil Gavaskar, turned 67 on Sunday. Gavaskar was the first batsman in world cricket to cross the 10,000 run barrier in Test cricket

With Ajinkya Rahane registering a hundred in both innings of the Feroz Shah Kotla Test at Delhi against South Africa, we look at other Indians who have achieved the same

As India and England battle it out in the fourth Test at Old Trafford, Manchester, we look back at some wonderful performances by Indians at the venue over the years.

Sachin Tendulkar will bid a fond farewell to the sport he has loved and excelled in over the last two decades, having made a wonderful 74 in the first innings of his final Test, against the West Indies at the Wankhede Stadium.

When Harbhajan Singh stepped on to the field for the first Test against Australia at Chennai, he joined the elite club of cricketers to have played 100 Tests for India. Although his performance in the first innings at Chennai wasn’t worthy of the occasion, it was a significant achievement nonetheless. We tried to rate the ‘centurions’ of India cricket in order of the impact they made on the team’s fortunes.

In 1978 Kerry Packer came knocking and almost the entire West Indies team welcomed him in and multiplied their earnings by accepting his generous offer. The West Indies authorities, probably worried that Packer’s World Series Cricket posed a serious threat, reacted by dropping two of the newer members of the side, a move skipper Clive Lloyd...

It was 1971 and Trinidadian calypsonian, Lord Relator (Real Name Willard Harris) was so impressed by Sunil Gavaskar’s run scoring during India’s visit to the West Indies that he was moved to immortalize him in song.

Enter Blog Content here.In recent times, this writer has been constantly pointing to the fact that the Indian Premier League (IPL) is doing more harm than good to cricket. And now, we know that it was not for nothing that former Sri Lankan skipper Arjuna Ranatunga...