Wankhede Stadium Set to Get New Name After Corporates Show Interest The Wankhede Stadium is set to be re-named as corporates have shown interest in getting associated with the stadium. New Delhi: The historic Wankhede Stadium in the heart of Mumbai is set to get a new name. A rebranding of sorts is set to happen as corporates have shown interest in getting their name attached to the cricket ground. While brands being associated with famous grounds is common in other sports like football and...
Kuldeep Yadav Says Gautam Gambhir Backed Me When I Was Nobody Image Credit: Kuldeep Yadav/Twitter New Delhi: Kuldeep Yadav became the third India to take a ODI hat-trick after he scalped the wickets of Matthew Wade, Ashton Agar and Pat Cummins off three balls during the second ODI between India and Australia at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Thursday. While pundits have been talking about how he could play a vital role for India as teams prepare for the 2019 World Cup, it has not been an easy...
Kuldeep Yadav Thanks Gautam Gambhir For Backing Him in Early Days Image Credit: Kuldeep Yadav/Twitter New Delhi: Kuldeep Yadav became the third Indian to take a ODI hat-trick after he scalped the wickets of Matthew Wade, Ashton Agar and Pat Cummins off three balls during the second ODI between India and Australia at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Thursday. While pundits have been talking about how he could play a vital role for India as teams prepare for the 2019 World Cup, it has not been an...
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