Cricket Today - December 29, 2017

Publisher: Diamond Magazines Pvt. Ltd
Category: Sports, Men's Interest
Language: English
Frequency : Weekly
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When we see two great batsmen, the comparison tends to take over. Who is the greatest? Is A better or Is B has an edge over his rival? The opinion is divided if it is related to different formats. Virat Kohli and Steve Smith are the leading batsmen in international cricket, making their competitors look ordinary in front of them. I think it’s not right to compare Virat and Smith and let them carry on with their business of scoring tons in international arena. Rohit Sharma, the new captain of India, is a new synonym of records. After scoring his third double ton in the ODIs, he turned the heat on Lankan bowlers in the second T20 international, equaling the record of fastest hundred. He had a fair idea of Sri Lankan bowlers, hitting them where he wanted and his flair was pleasing to eyes. There is much more to read from cricket in this issue…

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.


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