Indian captain Virat Kohli feels that playing county cricket in England ahead of their tour later this summer will help improve his game.
It was confirmed last month that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had granted permission for him to seek a deal.
"Playing county cricket will help me improve my game," Kohli told NDTV.
Cricket and cricketers never go out of fashion in India and when it is about the good looking and talented India captain, Virat Kohli every little information about the star is crucial for his fans. Recently, the cricketer revealed a lot about his current favourites in a rapid fire with Mayanti Langer. And if you think you know everything about Kohli that you need to know, then his current revelations might just stun you. Read on.
The funny man of Indian television, Sunil Grover is making his small screen comeback with the chat show, Dan Dana Dan. Promising to be a laughter riot, the show will also have other popular comedians such as Bigg Boss 11 winner Shilpa Shinde, Sugandha Mishra, Ali Asgar, Suyyash Rai, Suresh Menon and Paresh Ganatra.
It was the final match of Sharjah Cup 1986, in which Javed Miandad emerged as the hero of Pakistan by hitting six off the last ball against Chetan Sharma's bowling to win the tournament. Playing at Sharjah Cricket Stadium, this was the first victory for Pakistan in a major tournament. The tournament was also called as Austral-Asia Cup as the teams were India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia and New Zealand. Captained by Imran Khan, Pakistan chased the target of 246 with only one-wicket spare. Chetan Sharma, who bowled the final ball of the match, had to face tough time from fans after the match. Besides that iconic six, Miandad totally scored 116 not out off 114 balls, including 3 fours and six each.
On this day, back in 1995, India's greatest batsman Sachin Tendulkar scored his career's 4th century in ODIs during the 5th match of Asia Cup at Sharjah against Sri Lanka. Chasing a decent total of 203, Tendulkar gave a fitting start to India with his hammering willow and ended up scoring his 4th century. Tendulkar was facing the likes of Chaminda Vaas, Kumar Dharmasena, Sanath Jayasuriya, Aravinda de Silva, Champaka Ramanayake and Janak Gamage from the other end. In this course, Tendulkar, who was only 21-year old, became the youngest to complete 3,000 runs in ODIs. Tendulkar remained unbeaten till the end after scoring 112 off 107, including 15 fours and a six, which helped India beat Sri Lanka comfortably by 8 wickets with 16.5 overs left.