Lasith Malinga hints at retirement post World Twenty20

Sri Lanka’s T20 captain and strike bowler Lasith Malinga has hinted that he might call time on his international career after the ICC World T20 in India as he is finding it difficult to manage a grave knee injury. At the post-match media conference, Malinga was asked if he would like to quit after the upcoming edition of World T20, just like Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara did after winning

Pakistan need to develop safe venues to play cricket: Rajeev Shukla

A senior official of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has advised the Pakistan Cricket Board to start developing a safe venue at home instead of continuing to play its “home” series in UAE. Rajeev Shukla, who is also Chairman of the IPL, said that Pakistan needed to develop safe venues instead of agreeing to play in UAE. “If Pakistan continues to play in UAE its cricket

Chris Gayle slams first double ton in World Cup history

After having a poor start to the tournament, West Indies opener Chris Gayle was back in form as he slammed the first double century in World Cup history. Gayle, who could score just 40 runs in the first two innings of the prestigious event, made a mockery of the Zimbabwe bowling attack and also created history by becoming the only non-Indian cricketer to score a double ton in ODIs. Gayle also

IPL 2014: Chennai Super Kings - Team Preview

Despite the recent controversy about the team and its management, Chennai Super Kings are once again the favorites to win the seventh edition of the Indian Premier League. Led by captain cool MS Dhoni, Chennai have played five finals in the six editions so far, where they emerged victorious twice – in 2010 and 2011. Such was their dominance, that after they had retained their five key players – MS