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Cricket Today is a monthly cricket magazine in English and is published by a Delhi-based company, Diamond Magazines, which has the support of very experienced professionals. Cricket Today is an ultimate ode to the cricketing world. Besides coverage of all Test and One-day International matches, it has columns written by top writers who have long been known for their compelling writing in this field, the inside-out stories, legendary cricket moments, interviews, player profiles, the history of cricket and its players, exclusive columns, contests and lots more, all laden with evocative photographs.
Cricket is one of the most popular team sports on the planet. It is said to be a game of gentlemen. As per cricketing aspect, it has developed into batmen’s game. Batsmen get all the glory and headlines and in most cases, batsmen are made captains of their nations. However, fierce bowlers have a place of their own. And then there’s another category. The one which is highly regarded and sought after- All-rounder. Team India as a unit has been craving for a quality all-rounder since Kapil Dev’s retirement and Irfan Pathan’s loss of form. The team management went gaga after Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin showed some glimpse of all-round qualities but like winters in India they too faded away in a short span of time. The search, which started all over again, finally stopped at Hardik Pandya. By looking at him, there were obvious signs of something spectacular but will it sustain was the question which needed an answer. The starting was not great, resulting in dismissals. However, with passage of time and a stint with Rahul Dravid made Hardik Pandya realize his worth. Another player, who is making vital contribution for Men in Blue in MS Dhoni, the former Indian skipper. Since stepping down from captaincy in shorter formats, the right hand batsman is guiding his teammates. There is more to read from cricket in this issue.