Cricket is the only sport in every country which is not only played but also worshiped at every corner of the world. It has a unique place in everyone’s heart. Be it a big city or even a small village, you can find its charm and fans everywhere. Cricket is being played all over the world since centuries and it has created some beautiful impacts on each of its fans. Not only this, there have been numerous amazing and glorious moments in the history of International cricket.
The Moments that will Prove Cricket a Gentleman’s Game
Cricket is the game of gentlemen, but it has been polluted by sledging and callous attitude of players. Despite this, there had been most exotic moments on the cricket ground as well.
Joe Root Warnings to his Teammates
Root had told his teammates that they must not depend on their achievement as their priority is to win the series against New Zealand and they have to focus on their second one-day International game. Root and his teammates were successful in building up a huge score of more than 400 for the first time. Root was one of the biggest reasons for the win and made a 1-0 lead in the series.
Williamson Threat to England
New Zealand batsman wants to come up together giving an answer to the England’s terrific win. After the second one-day international cricket, Williamson was expecting another throwback from the players of England. He wanted his team to get along and give revert to them. Both the total and the margin created a history. Apart from everything, he wanted his players to come up with an answer and show them their spirit.
Wesley Hall Inducted into Hall of Fame
The well-known former bowler of West Indies was inducted into ‘Hall of Fame’ while a lunch interval on the opening day of West Indies and Australia second test match. He has presented a cap by Courtney Walsh. He got into this prestigious club and felt too honored to receive that. He was the fourth cricketer to be given this honor. He is been remembered for his hat trick in 1959 against Pakistan.
Facilities got Improved in Mirpur
The India’s tour to Bangladesh was the 50th that was going to happen in Bangladesh. With the busy schedule of cricket, the month of June was the time available for India’s tour for three test matches and 3 ODI matches. The entire second season was also drained. The Mirpur stadium, Sher-e-Bangla, probably had better facilities for the matches as the ground could be made ready in 2 hours after the heavy rains.