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Dhoni offers to step down as ODI captain post Bangladesh series loss


London, June 22 : India’s ODI skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has offered to step down after the side suffered the first-ever series defeat against Bangladesh on Sunday. Bangladesh took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series with a six-wicket win over the World Cup semi-finalists in Dhaka yesterday.Reflecting on the defeat, Dhoni said if it is a justifiable thing ...

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India intentionally lost to Bangladesh to keep Pakistan out of ICC Champions Trophy 2017 claims Sarfraz Nawaz


Dhaka : Former Pakistan fast bowler Sarfraz Nawaz believes that Bangladesh’s recent win over India was nothing but a part of a ploy. According to bdnews24, Sarfraz on a TV show claimed that India lost the match purposely to ensure it gets difficult for Pakistan to qualify for ICC Champions Trophy 2017 to be held in England. Also Read- India’s ...

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Swann encourages England’s new ODI approach


London, June 20 : Former England off-spinner Graeme Swann is delighted with England’s new approach in one-day cricket and has encouraged the team to maintain their courageous approach and get rid of the fear of failure once for all.A revamped team, still captained by former Ireland batsman Eoin Morgan, who led them during the disastrous World Cup campaign, have changed ...

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Olympic berth at stake for Indian women as they take on Belgium in WHL in Antwerp


New Delhi, June 20 : The Indian men’s team will be taking on France, while the women’s team would clash with Belgium in the World Hockey League semi-finals in Antwerp, Belgium today.The Indian team led by Sardar Singh have been placed in Group-A alongside Australia, Pakistan, Poland and France. In the Women’s section, the Ritu Rani-led Indian team is in Pool-B ...

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England vs New Zealand ODI: Eoin Morgan hits a ton, leads England to stunning win


Nottingham, Jun 18: England captain Eoin Morgan struck a blistering century in a record winning-chase as his side beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the fourth One-day International at Trent Bridge to level the five-match series at 2-2. Morgan made 113 and Joe Root 106 not out as England finished on 350 for three with six overs to spare. ...

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