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ICC WC: Gambhir picks his Indian team for world cup, a surprising name is also included

India's former dangerous opening batsmen Gautam Gambhir has revealed his team for the mega tournament, ICC world cup 2019. Gambhir who recently announced his retirement never stay away from headlines and this time he has selected his best Indian team for world cup.
Gambhir selected his 15-member Indian team for the World Cup to be held in May this year in England. In this team, Gambhir has chosen a name that will be a surprise to all of you.

Gambhir's 15-member squad for World Cup 2019:

Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni, Ambati Rayudu, Kedar Jadhav, Dinesh Karthik, Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, R Ashwin, Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal.

In this 15-member team Ashwin's name is also present:

It is astonishing to see the name of Ashwin in this team. Because Ashwin is not part of the Indian team in ODI cricket these days. Ashwin is currently playing only Test matches for India.
Gambhir says that India should go Ashwin as the third spin bowler for the World Cup. Because if anyone of Chahal and Kuldeep injuries, then Team India has a specialist spin bowler. For this reason, Gambhir has chosen Ashwin in his team. So Friends, According to your opinion? Should Ashwin be included in the world cup team? Do send us your valuable feedback's below.

India beat New Zealand by 8 wickets, Shami-Dhawan creates history, 7 big records broken

In the first ODI match of the 5-match series which is being played between New Zealand and India in Napier. Batting first, Kane Williamson and company stumbled to the deadly bowling of Indian bowlers and bundled out for just 157 runs.
For New Zealand, Kane Williamson played an important knock of 67 runs. While Kuldeep Yadav spin turned the game he picked 4 wickets for 39 and Shami chipped in with 3 important wickets and was adjudged Man of the Match award. In response, Team India chased down the target in the 35th over. Shikhar Dhawan reminded unbeaten after making 75 runs off 103 balls with the help of 6 fours, apart from him captain Virat Kohli scored 45 off 59 balls and Rayudu scored 13 to finish the game for India.

During this period, 6 Big records were created in the 1st ODI: let's see.

1. India's last ODI victories against NZ in NZ:

This victory for India is the first win in 10 years after 2009 in Hamilton. 2019, Napier 2009, Hamilton

2. Shikhar Dhawan becomes the second fastest Indian to complete 5000 runs:

Dhawan has become the fourth fastest player to score 5000 ODI runs and has equalled Brian Lara (118) in this case and second fastest Indian after. Virat Kohli

Fastest to 5000 ODI runs:

  1. 101 Hashim Amla
  2. 114 Viv Richards/Virat Kohli
  3. 118 Brain Lara/SHIKHAR DHAWAN
  4. 119 Kane Williamson

3. Best bowling performance in New Zealand by Indian bowler:

Kuldeep Yadav's 4 wickets for 39 runs, is the 3rd best bowling figure in New Zealand by any Indian bowler, After Anil Kumble (5/33) and Javagal Srinath (4/23).

4. Leading wicket-taker after 36 ODIs:

Kuldeep Yadav has taken 73 wickets in 36 ODIs and has become worlds 2nd highest wicket-taker in 36 ODIs, after Rashid Khan of Afghanistan who had picked 83 wickets.

5. Fastest to 100 wickets by an Indian bowler:

Shamin has become the fastest to complete 100 wickets in ODIs for India. He achieved this milestone in his 56 ODI innings and overtook Irfan Pathan who achieved this in 59 Innings and Zaheer Khan in 65 Innings.

Fastest Indians bowlers to take 100 ODI wickets:

  1. 56 - Mohammed Shami*
  2. 59 - Irfan Pathan 
  3. 65 - Zaheer Khan 
  4. 67 - Ajit Agarkar 
  5. 68 - Javagal Srinath

6. Lowest totals for New Zealand at home in ODIs:

India dismissed New Zealand for a second-lowest total at 157 after 1995 in Auckland. 142 at Auckland, 1994 157 at Napier, 2019* 168 at Wellington, 2003

7. Most runs in ODI Cricket:

Virat Kohli (10430) who scored 46 runs in this match has entered the list of top ten run-getters in ODIs, surpassing Brian Lara (10405).

IND vs NZ: Dhawan equals the world of Brian Lara in Napier, become 2nd fastest Indian to do

The first match of the ODI series between India and New Zealand is being played in Napier. In this match, Shikhar Dhawan achieved a special record. Batting first New Zealand team dismissed for 157 runs and gave India a small target of 158 runs in 50 overs.
In reply to this, Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan came to the opening. Dhawan needed 5 runs in this innings to complete his 5000 ODI runs, after scoring this 5 runs he became the fourth fastest scored 5000 runs.

Shikhar Dhawan equals Brian Lara's big record:

The records of the fastest to 5000 ODI runs is named after Amla, who had achieved this position in 101 innings. While Dhawan achieved this achievement in 118 innings. Dhawan has become the fourth player to score the fastest 5000 ODI runs and has equalled Brian Lara (118) in this case. While Virat Kohli is the fastest to score 5000 ODI runs for India, While Dhawan is second, Kohli scored 5000 runs in 114 innings.

Fastest to 5000 ODI runs:

  1. 101 Hashim Amla
  2. 114 Viv Richards/Virat Kohli
  3. 118 Brain Lara/SHIKHAR DHAWAN
  4. 119 Kane Williamson
Dhawan has scored 15 centuries and 25 half centuries in his ODI career so far, while his best ODI score is 137 runs and has maintained a good average of 45.22 in ODIs.

IND vs NZ: Kuldeep creates history, breaks 2 records together, Joins this special club

The first ODI of the 5-match ODI series which is being played between India and New Zealand in Napier's McLean Park. Batting first, the Kiwi batting failed to stand in front of the deadly bowling of the Indian bowlers and bundled out for 157 runs.
Kuldeep Yadav was the most successful bowler for India with 4 wickets, while Shami picked 3 wickets and Chahal got 2 wickets and Kedar Jadhav had one success to his name. Indian pacer Mohammed Shami ran over the opener Guptill in the second over, In the next over, he bowled Munro out. After the first two wickets fell, captain Williamson & Taylor tried to take control but didn't last long as Taylor lost his wicket for 24 runs and on the other side the wickets were falling continuously.
Captain Kane Williamson was dismissed for 64 runs while the entire team was stacked down for 157, Kuldeep Yadav, who took 4 wickets for India, has made a big history, and has broken 2 records together.

1. Best bowling figures in by Indian bowler in New Zealand:

kuldeep Yadav's 4 wickets for 39 runs today, is the third best bowling figure by any Indian bowler on New Zealand soil. After Anil Kumble (5/33) and Javagal Srinath (4/23).

2. Most Wickets taken after 36 one-day International's:

Kuldeep Yadav has taken 73 wickets in 36 ODIs and has become worlds 2nd highest wicket-taker in 36 ODIs, after Rashid Khan of Afghanistan who had picked 83 wickets.

Most wickets after 36 ODIs:

83 Rashid Khan 73 KULDEEP YADAV 71 A Mendis/ M Starc/ Hasan Ali 70 Waqar Younis 69 Denis Lillee

IND vs NZ: Shami creates history in 1st ODI, become fastest to achieve this big record

After the historic on Australian soil, the Indian team has reached New Zealand. Where the two teams are playing the five-match ODI series. The first match of the ODI series is going on on McLean Park in Napier.
India made two changes in the Indian team, Ambati Rayudu and Kuldeep Yadav have made the comeback, while Dinesh Karthik and Ravindra Jadeja have been dropped out. Earlier, New Zealand won the toss & decided to bat in this match.
Batting first New Zealand hopes of making big score were watered when Mohammed swami knocked of Martin Guptill in his first over and then clean-bowled Munro in his second over and achieved a big record to his name.

Mohammad Shami creates history in first ODI:

Fast bowler Mohammad Shami has made a big achievement in Napier. When Shami picked the first wicket of Martin Guptill he completed his century of wickets in ODI cricket and became the fastest Indian bowler to take 100 wickets. Shamin achieved this milestone in his 56 ODI innings and overtook the previous record held by Irfan Pathan who achieved this in 59 Innings and Zaheer Khan in 65 Innings.

Fastest Indians bowlers to take 100 ODI wickets:

56 - Mohammed Shami* 59 - Irfan Pathan 65 - Zaheer Khan 67 - Ajit Agarkar 68 - Javagal Srinath

ICC Awards: Kohli creates history, wins 3 awards in a year, see the complete list here

On Tuesday 22nd January, ICC announces the year 2018 award, Indian captain Virat Kohli won three awards which include Test player of the year and one-day player of the year award in addition to the Gary Sobers Trophy for Cricketer of the Year.
The main thing is that Virat Kohli, who has won all the three main ICC Awards in the same year and has become the first cricketer to achieve this in history.
Due to his amazing performance in the year 2018, Kohli appointed as captain of both Test and the one-day team of 2018. It's worth to mention that, Kohli was also chosen as the Cricketer of the Year in 2017.

ICC Awards for the year 2018:

1. ICC Emerging Player of the Year - Rishabh Pant:

Rishabh Pant became the first Indian wicket-keeper to score a Test century in England and equalled the record for the most catches taken in a Test, with 11 in Adelaide in December, with this strong person Pant was awarded the emerging player of the year.

2. ICC Associate Player of the Year - Callum McLeod, Scotland

Calum scored two ODI centuries in 2018 and fired Scotland to victory against Afghanistan at and a famous win against England at The Grange in June, for his heroic efforts he won the ICC Associate Cricketer of the Year 2018.

3. T20 Performance of the Year - Aaron Finch, Australia (172 v Zimbabwe)

Aaron Finch's record-breaking innings against Zimbabwe in Harare is the ICC Men's T20I Performance of the Year 2018.

4. ICC Spirit of the Cricket - Kane Williamson, New Zealand:

The ICC Spirit of Cricket Award 2018 goes to Kane Williamson, for continuing to be a shining role model of how our game should be played, his behaviour setting an outstanding example on and off the field.

5. Fans Moment if the year 2018:

With 48% of the vote, India's triumph in New Zealand to claim their fourth under-19 world cup title was voted by you as the ICC Fans Moment of the Year 2018.

6. Umpire of the year 2018:

Congratulations to Kumar Dharmasena, who wins the David Shepherd Trophy for the ICC Umpire of the Year 2018. It is the second time he has received the prize, first picking up the award in 2012.

ICC Announces the best ODI and Test team of 2018, Virat becomes captain, see the team here

In the Annual Awards of the ICC, the Indian cricket team captain and batsman Virat Kohli was dominated as he was announced the captain of the year 2018 for both Test and one-day international teams, along with that he has also chosen the best cricketer of the year in all formats.
In a statement, the ICC said, "Virat Kohli has been selected as the captain of both teams (Test and ODI) for his best performance in leading his team successfully in 2018."
In the Test team of the year, Rishabh Pant and pace bowler Jasprit Bumrah also managed to make the place from India. In addition to Kohli and Bumrah in the ODI team, Rohit Sharma and Kuldeep Yadav also made their way.
In the ICC annual awards, Kohli won the Best Cricketer of the Year award in Tests, ODIs and all formats. Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant was declared the emerging cricketer of this year.

ICC Test Team of the Year 2018:

Tom Latham (New Zealand), Dimuth Karunaratne (Sri Lanka), Kane Williamson (New Zealand), Virat Kohli (India, Captain), Henry Nichols (New Zealand), Rishabh Pant (India, wicketkeeper), Jason Holder (West Indies), Kagiso Rabada (South Africa), Nathan Lyon (Australia), Jasprit Bumrah (India), Mohammad Abbas (Pakistan)

ICC ODI Team of the year 2018:

Rohit Sharma (India), Jonny Bairstow (England), Virat Kohli (India, Captain), Joe Root (England), Ross Taylor (New Zealand), Jos Buttler (England, wicketkeeper) Stokes (England), Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh), Rashid Khan (Afghanistan), Kuldeep Yadav (India), Jasprit Bumrah (India).

IND vs NZ: Dhoni can break this special record of Sachin, can become No.1 in this case

After defeating Australia, the Indian team is now looking to win in New Zealand. The next mission of the Indian team will start with the one-day series. The first match of the five-match ODI series will be played on 23 January in Napier.
However, the team's performance will mainly depend on the game of Virat Kohli and Dhoni. Dhoni is in great form these days and he will have the opportunity to break a special record of master blaster Sachin Tendulkar in New Zealand.

Dhoni can break this world record of Sachin Tendulkar:

The 37-year-old has already retained his form and now in New Zealand, he will have the golden opportunity to break Tendulkar's record of making the most runs in ODIs against New Zealand in New Zealand.
Sachin Tendulkar has scored 652 runs in 18 matches at an average of 38.35 in New Zealand. Virender Sehwag is second in this list, who scored 598 runs in 12 matches at an average of 54.36 in New Zealand. While Dhoni has scored 456 runs in 10 matches at an average of 76 in New Zealand which includes 5 fifty. Dhoni will have to make 197 runs in these 5 matches for this, to achieve this milestone.

Dhoni had a fantastic last tour in New Zealand:

Team India visited New Zealand last time in 2014, under the leadership of MS Dhoni. That time, Team India suffered a 0-4 defeat in the five-match series, but Dhoni had personally batted brilliantly, he scored 272 runs in the series at an average of 68.

Kohli and Williamson have played 5 ODIs against eachother in NZ, See who is most dangerous

After winning the Test and one-day series in Australia, the Indian team's next mission will be to conquer the New Zealand team where they will play 5 ODIs and 3 T20 matches. India will start this tour with the ODI series from January 23, Wednesday in Napier.
This tour is very important for Kohli and Company because this will be the last away tour before the world cup and can also give them a good chance to test the players for the World Cup. So Today, let's talk about the captains of both the teams, Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson and see their stats playing against each other in New Zealand.

1. Kane Williamson's record in ODI against India in New Zealand:

New Zealand's captain Kane Williamson has played 5 ODI against India in their own backyard. In those 5 matches, he has scored 361 runs with an average of 72.2. During this time he scored 5 consecutive half centuries (71, 77, 65, 60 and 88*)

2. Virat Kohl's record in ODI against New Zealand in New Zealand:

Indian Captain Virat Kohli has played 5 ODIs against New Zealand in New Zealand. During this time, with the help of a century and 2 half centuries, he scored 291 runs at an average of 58.20. In this series, Virat became the highest run-scorer for India in 2014. So Guys, According to the opinion, Who is the most dangerous batsmen in New Zealand, Kohli or Williamson? So send us your valuable feedback's below.

Imam-ul-Haq close to creating history, world record of Babar-Fakhar and Kohli is in danger

The Pakistani team is currently playing a series of five ODI matches against South Africa. After losing the test series, the Pakistan team opened their account with a victory in the first match of the one-day series. Meanwhile, the second ODI match of the series will be played in Kingsmead, Durban, from 4:30 PM on Tuesday, 22 January. on one hand, the visitors would like to win the match and take the lead of 2-0 in the series, while the hosts will be aiming to level the series.

Imam-ul-hag can create history in 2nd ODI:

Imam ul Haq, who scored 86 off 101 balls in the 1st ODIs, can create history in the 2nd ODI and can beat his own teammate Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azim and also legendary Viv Richards of the West Indies.
Indeed, Pakistan's young batsman Imam ul Haq has come close to 1,000 ODI runs. If he scores 95 runs more in this match, then he will become the fastest to reach 1000 runs in ODIs along with his teammate Fakhar Zaman. In the case of completing 1000 runs in fewest Innings, the record is named after Fakhar Zaman who achieved this milestone in 18 Innings while Imam has so far scored 905 runs in 17 innings with 4 centuries.

Top 10 fastest batsmen to score 1000 runs in ODIs:

The world record of making the fastest 1000 runs in ODIs is named after Fakhar Zaman, he completed 1000-runs in his 17th innings. In the second place is Viv Richards, 21 innings followed by England's Kevin Pietersen in the third position, 21 innings. Pakistan's star player, Babar Azam completed his 1000 ODI runs in 21 Innings. While Indian captain Virat Kohli and Hashim Amla achieved this big milestone in their 24th ODI Innings.