Hazratullah Zazai (Upcoming Cricketing Star)


Hazratullah Zazai is a name which is an attraction in upcoming era of cricket. A Stylish cricketer of Afganistan had a fan fall in India too and will be missed this IPL but love to watch in an upcoming World Cup.

In February 2019, Hazratullah Zazai put the EA Cricket Video Game players to shame, as he smoked a 62-ball 162* against Ireland in the third T20I at Dehradun. He smoked 16 sixes to carry Afghanistan to a massive total of 278 - also a world record.

Watch Hazratullah Zazai's Great Innings

Hazratullah Zazai, in his brief career, is known for one stupendous innings - a 162 off 62 balls, was an innings of such extraordinary carnage, that it made him a household name in the cricketing fraternity overnight. In a country known for its spinners, and more spinners, Zazai was a welcome addition to the batting line-up so that the exemplary spinners had larger targets to defend.

He set the world stage alight when he smashed six sixes in an over in the Afghanistan Premier League, playing for Kabul Zwanan against Balkh Legends in Sharjah. A broad, bulky southpaw, Zazai has a Hayden-esque presence at the wicket, and showed signs of a precocious prodigy as a teenager in a T20I series against Ireland, culminating in a fiery 82 to seal the series.
 
He had already made an identity for himself with a 44-ball hundred in the APL, but the six sixes record, paired with Yuvraj Singh's 12-ball fifty record (both in the same game, 12 years apart) certainly sent his stock soaring into orbit.
The sample space is still too small to draw a judgement, but Zazai is a likely contender for the upcoming World Cup in England, given that he could give Shahzad company at the top of the order to make for a formidable opening pair going forward.

ICC World Cup 2019



isl schedule and fixtures



League Schedule & Fixtures
The Indian football league is all set for its third season, which begins on October 01 with home side North East United FC, owned by John Abraham, taking on Sachin Tendulkar’s Kerala Blasters in the season opener. It’s opening match of ISL 2017 schedule to be played at Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati. The ISL 2017 Schedule will provide all the details of the matches in the tournament. See ISL 2017 Live Streaming
DATE MATCHES VEN
01Oct Saturday19:00 IST
Match 1NorthEast United FC vs Kerala Blasters FC
Indir Gan Athl Stad Guw
02 Oct Sunday19:00 IST
Match 2-Atlético de Kolkata vs Chennaiyin FC Match Prediction
Rabi Saro Stad Kolk
03 Oct Monday19:00 IST
Match 3FC Pune City vs Mumbai City FC
Bale Stad Pune
04 Oct Tuesday19:00 IST
Match 4NorthEast United FC vs FC Goa
Indir Gan Athl Stad Guw
05 Oct Wednesday19:00 IST
Match 5Kerala Blasters FC vs Atlético de Kolkata
Jawa Nehr Stad Koc
06 Oct Thursday19:00 IST
Match 6Chennaiyin FC vs Delhi Dynamos FC
Jawa Nehr Stad Chen
07 Oct Friday19:00 IST
Match 7Mumbai City FC vs NorthEast United FC
Mu Foot Aren Mu
08 Oct Saturday19:00 IST
Match 8FC Goa vs FC Pune City
Jawa Nehr Stad Fato
09 Oct Sunday19:00 IST
Match 9Kerala Blasters FC vs Delhi Dynamos FC
Jawa Nehr Stad Koc
11 Oct Tuesday19:00 IST
Match 10Mumbai City FC vs Atlético de Kolkata
Mu Foot Aren Mu
12 Oct Wednesday19:00 IST
Match 11FC Pune City vs NorthEast United FC
Bale Stad Pune
13 Oct Thursday19:00 IST
Match 12Chennaiyin FC vs FC Goa
Jawa Nehr Stad Chen
14 Oct Friday19:00 IST
Match 13Kerala Blasters FC vs Mumbai City FC
Jawa Nehr Stad Koc
15 Oct Saturday19:00 IST
Match 14Delhi Dynamos FC vs NorthEast United FC
Jawa Nehr Stad Delh
16 Oct Sunday19:00 IST
Match 15Atlético de Kolkata vs FC Goa
Rabi Saro Stad Kolk
17 Oct Monday19:00 IST
Match 16FC Pune City vs Kerala Blasters FC
Bale Stad Pune
18 Oct Tuesday19:00 IST
Match 17Delhi Dynamos FC vs Mumbai City FC
Jawa Nehr Stad Delh
20 Oct Thursday19:00 IST
Match 18NorthEast United FC vs Chennaiyin FC
Indir Gan Athl Stad Guw
21 Oct Friday19:00 IST
Match 19Mumbai City FC vs FC Goa
Mu Foot Aren Mu
22 Oct Saturday19:00 IST
Match 20Atlético de Kolkata vs Delhi Dynamos FC
Rabi Saro Stad Kolk
23 Oct Sunday19:00 IST
Match 21FC Pune City vs Chennaiyin FC
Bale Stad Pune
24 Oct Monday19:00 IST
Match 22FC Goa vs Kerala Blasters FC
Jawa Nehr Stad Fato
25 Oct Tuesday19:00 IST
Match 23Atlético de Kolkata vs Mumbai City FC
Rabi Saro Stad Kolk
27 Oct Thursday19:00 IST
Match 24Delhi Dynamos FC vs FC Pune City
Jawa Nehr Stad Delh
28 Oct Friday19:00 IST
Match 25NorthEast United FC vs Atlético de Kolkata
Indir Gan Athl Stad Guw
29 Oct Saturday19:00 IST
Match 26Chennaiyin FC vs Kerala Blasters FC
Jawa Nehr Stad Chen
30 Oct Sunday19:00 IST
Match 27FC Goa vs Delhi Dynamos FC
Jawa Nehr Stad Fato
02 Nov Wednesday19:00 IST
Match 28Chennaiyin
Jawa Nehr
How to watch Hero ISL 2017 Live on TV
ISL 2017 Schedule to start from 1 Oct 2017. We can watch the live match of Hero Indian Super League 2017 on STAR Sports 2 and Star gold channel in India, on Fox Sports channel in Australia and the USA, on CBN, ATN Cricket Plus, ATN Punjabi Plus and ATN Bangla channel in Canada, on Channel 9 in Bangladesh. ISL 2017 Schedule is the day by day match timings for the upcoming ISL tournament.

Beauties of Women Cricket


As Tennis beauty can also found in cricket with entertainment of cricket. check out top photos of women cricketers and next time catch them in the game.














Women Cricket Records

Women Cricket is not as famous as Men Cricket but its also played from a long time. Australia and England had won majorly in Women Cricket. Below we bring you data World Cup Results of Women Cricket.



YearHostWinner
2017EnglandEngland won by 10 runs
2013IndiaAustralia won by 114 runs
2009AustraliaEngland won by 4 wickets
2005South AfricaAustralia won by 98 runs
2000New ZealandNew Zealand won by 4 runs
1997IndiaAustralia won by 5 wickets
1993EnglandEngland won by 67 runs
1988AustraliaAustralia won by 8 wickets
1982New ZealandAustralia won by 3 wickets
1978IndiaAustralia won by 5 wickets
1973EnglandEngland won by 66 runs
Above is a summary of the results of each tournament. Australia has appeared in eight of the ten finals, and has won the most tournaments, winning 6, with England next with three wins. The first two tournaments were contested as a round robin, so there was no final match.

Penalty saving specialist Diego Alves leaves Valencia for Flamengo


Diego Alves spent his first four years in Spain with Almeria after joining from Atletico Mineiro, keeping out 12 of the 18 spot kicks he faced with the Andalusian outfit before switching to Valencia in 2011.


Diego Alves, the Brazilian goalkeeper who has saved more penalties than any other player in the history of La Liga, has ended his decade-long spell in Spain by leaving Valencia to join Brazilian giants Flamengo, the Spanish side said on Sunday.
Alves spent his first four years in Spain with Almeria after joining from Atletico Mineiro, keeping out 12 of the 18 spot kicks he faced with the Andalusian outfit before switching to Valencia in 2011 for three million euros ($3.44 million).
He further cemented his reputation as a penalty-saving specialist by denying Lionel Messi from the spot in the first spot kick he faced as a Valencia player and last season saved two penalties during a defeat to Atletico Madrid, one from Antoine Griezmann and the other from Gabi.
Last September Alves, 32, made a record-breaking 17th penalty save in Spain’s top flight in a 2-1 win at Leganes, taking him ahead of former Barcelona goalkeeper Andoni Zubizarreta.
He broke another record in April when he denied Cristiano Ronaldo from the spot to accumulate six penalties saved in a season, conceding only three spot kicks over the course of the campaign. In total, he saved 24 of the 50 penalties he faced in La Liga, conceding 24, while two missed the target.
Valencia announced his departure in a brief statement on their official website, saying: “Valencia closed a deal with Flamengo on Sunday for the definitive transfer of the rights of goalkeeper Diego Alves to the Brazilian club.”
According to reports in Spain, Flamengo have signed Alves on a four-year contract for less than 500,000 euros.

Jason Gillespie - Seriously considered applying for India head coach

Former Australian fast bowler Jason Gillespie while talking to cricket.com.au  admitted that he "seriously considered" about applying for Indian team coach's job but later dropped it after having a discussion about the same with family. 


Former Australian fast bowler Jason Gillespie while talking to cricket.com.au  admitted that he “seriously considered” about applying for Indian team coach’s job but later dropped it after having a discussion about the same with family.
“I talked a lot about that with my family,” Gillespie told of his decision to not apply for India’s head coaching role.
“I to’ed and fro’ed. I had days where I thought, ‘right, I’m definitely applying for it, I’m going to have a crack and see how far I get’. “Other days where I wasn’t so sure. In the end I just felt I wasn’t quite ready for that opportunity. “I think it would have been a wonderful job and I congratulate Ravi Shastri on getting that job. “Maybe one day in a couple of years that’d be something I’d seriously consider,” he said.
While India’ head coach position has been taken up by Ravi Shastri, Sri Lankan team are in a hunt of a new head coach after Graham Ford stepped down from the post earlier. The Sri Lankan board for now have named Nic Pothas as the interim coach for two home series. Talking about applying for the coach’s position, Gillespie said that it would be a wonderful job but suggested that they didn’t really have a history of sticking with coaches for long time.
“It’d be a wonderful job (coaching Sri Lanka), Gillespie said.
“Sri Lanka was one of my favourite places to tour as a player, I loved playing cricket there, I love the country, it’d be a fantastic job. “But, and this is with all due respect, they haven’t had a history of sticking with their coaches for too long so that would definitely be in the back of all coaches’ minds. “The recent history over last five or so years, there’s been a high turnover of coaches so that certainly would be in the back of coaches’ minds – it’d be in the back of my mind,” he said.
Talking about getting the job, the former Australian bowler suggested that it depends upon how a coach thinks he can make a difference.
“You’ve always just got to have an approach to just select the best guy,” he said. “If it’s a local guy, it’s a local guy. If it’s an international, then so be it. “You certainly don’t want to get up in the politics of all that. All you can do as a coach is present your case on how you think you can make a difference and help the team perform better. “If you’re the best man for the job, then you should get offered that opportunity. “Speaking as a coach, you only want to be judged on whether you think you can make a difference and help the side, and that’s how it should be. We’ll have to wait and see on what jobs come up in the future,” he added.