Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Top 10 Richest Cricketer in The World

3.5 Million from Salary and 28 Million from Endorsements
22nd Richest Sports in the world and only cricketer in top 100 list. Dhoni is one of the biggest celebrity brand in World Cricket right now and by far richest cricketer in the world.
2. Sachin Tendulkar – 18 Million USD
18 Million from Endorsements
Even though Master Blaster retired from the game, still he is eye candy of Indians. Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar with 18 Million USD is second richest cricketer in the world. All his earning comes from Endorsements.

3. Virat Kohli – 12 Million USD
3 Million from Salary and 9 Million from Endorsements
New Indian sensation and one of the best batsman in world cricket right now.high salary in IPL Captain of Indian Test Team earns 12 Million USD every year.

4. Gautam Gambhir – 8 Million USD
3.5 Million from Salary and 4.5 Million from Endorsements
Though Gambhir is out of National team but still with high salary in IPL and and few endorsements in his kitty, he earns 8 Million USD every year.

5. Chris Gayle – 7 Million USD
4 Million from Salary and 3 Million from Endorsements
One of the most entertaining cricketer in the world is also one of the richest. He is quite popular all over the world. Gayle plays almost all T20 League in the world and earns around 7 Millions USD from his salary and endorsements.

6. Shane Watson – 6 Million USD
3 Million from Salary and 3 Million from Endorsements
One of the most destructive all rounder in the world right right now. Bought By RCB in IPL Players Auction 2016 for 9.5 Crore Rs, Highest this year. Shane Watson earns around 6 Million USD annually making him sixth richest cricketer in the world.

7. Rohit Sharma – 5 Million USD
3 Million from Salary and 2 Million from Endorsements
World Record holder for most runs in an ODI innings is seventh richest cricketer in the world. He was retained by Mumbai Indians and is now a permanent member of national team. He earns 3 million from salary and 2 million USD from endorsements.

8. Yuvraj Singh 5 Million USD
1.5 Million from Salary and 3.5 Million from Endorsements
One of the most celebrated player in India who is known for rising up to the occasion. Though his IPL Salary declined this year from 16 Crore to 7 Crore but his list of endorsements has increased.

9. Kevin Pietersen – 4.5 Million USD
3 Million from Salary and 1.5 Million from Endorsements
After fall out with ECB Pietersen became a freelance cricket player and is now a familiar face in T20 Leagues. He earns 4.5 Million USD making him ninth richest cricket player in world.

10. AB De Villiers – 4 Million USD
2 Million from Salary and 2 Million from Endorsements
last player in the list of richest cricketer in the world. Known as Superman of Cricket he earns around 4 Million USD from Salary and Endorsements.
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Sunday, 29 May 2016

IPL 2016 Final: SRH beat RCB by 8 runs

Sunrisers Hyderabad bowlers put up an incredible victory against Royal Challengers Bangalore by 8 runs in a high-octane summit clash walking away with their maiden Indian Premier League trophy,

Banglaore on Sunday. In a battle between IPL’s best batting and bowling line-ups, the Orange Army came up trumps despite initial blitzkrieg from Chris Gayle and Kohli, defending their total of 208 for seven by restricting the home team to 200 for seven. It was David Warner’s batting and astute captaincy complemented by some inspirational death overs bowling by Mustafizur Rahaman (1/37 in 4 overs) and Bhuvneshwar Kumar (0/25 in 4 overs) that clinched the issue.

Match Summary

Sunriser Hyderabad 208/7 20 Overs

DA Warner 69 Runs of 38 Balls
BCJ Cutting 39 Runs of 15 Balls
Yuvraj Singh 38 Runs of 23 Balls

Royal Challanger Banglore Bowling

S Aravind 4 Overs 30 Runs 2 Wickets
CJ Jordan 4 Overs 45 Runs 3 Wickets

Royal Challengers Bangalore Batting 200/7 20 overs

CH Gayle 76 Runs of 38 Balls
Virat Kohli 54 runs of 35 Balls

Sunriser Hyderabad Bowling

BCJ Cutting 4 Overs 35 Runs 2 Wickets
Bipul Sharma 2 overs 17 Runs 1 Wicket

Man of the Match : BCJ Cutting (SRH)
Man of the Series : Virat Kohli (RCB)

Here is the list of Past IPL Winners
2008 Rajasthan Royals  Chennai Super Kings Rajasthan beat Chennai by 3 wickets  Yusuf Pathan (56 of 39 balls)
2009 Deccan Chargers  Royal Challengers Bangalore Deccan beat Bangalore by 6 runs  Anil Kumble (4 wickets for 16 runs)
2010 Chennai Super Kings  Mumbai Indians Chennai beat Mumbai by 22 runs  Suresh Raina (57 runs)
2011 Chennai Super Kings  Royal Challengers Bangalore Chennai won by 58 runs  Murali Vijay (95 runs of 52 balls)
2012 Kolkata Knight Riders  Chennai Super Kings Kolkata won by 5 wickets  Manvinder Bisla (89 of 48 balls)
2013 Mumbai Indians Chennai Super Kings Mumbai won by 23 runs  Kieron Pollard (60 of 32 ball)
2014 Kolkata Knight Riders  Kings XI Punjab Kolkata won by 3 wickets Manish Pandey (94 of 50 balls)
2015 Mumbai Indians  Chennai Super Kings Mumbai won by 41 runs  Rohit Sharma (50 of 26 balls)
2016 Sunrisers Hydrabad Royal Challengers Bangalore Sunrisers won by 8 runs BCJ Cutting (2 wickets & 39 runs
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Saturday, 28 May 2016

Brendon McCullum Fast Century - Test Cricket

New Zealand Skipper Brendon McCullum  in his 101st Test and last international match, against Australia at Christchurch (2015-16) scored the fastest Test century of all time off 54 balls.
He broke The world record had been jointly shared by the Pakistan captain Misbah ul-Haq. and former West Indian captain Viv Richards. McCullum deserved to take their record because the game-situation when he went in was  more challenging.

B McCullum 54 NZ v Aus 2015/16
V Richards 56 WI v Eng 1985/86
Misbah-ul-Haq 56 Pak v Aus 2014/15
A Gilchrist 57 Aus v Eng 2006/07
J Gregory 67 Aus v SA 1921/22
S Chanderpaul 69 WI v Aus 2002/03
D Warner 69 Aus v Ind 2011/12
C Gayle 70 WI v Aus 2009/10
R Fredericks 71 WI v Aus 1975/76
Majid Khan 74 Pak v NZ 1976/77
Kapil Dev 74 Ind v SL 1986/87
M Azharuddin 74 Ind v SA 1996/97
B McCullum 74 NZ v SL 2014/15
AB de Villiers 75 SA v Ind 2010/11
G Jessop 76 Eng v Aus 1902/03

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Misbah-ul-Haq fastest 50 - Test Cricket

Pakistani Skipper Misbah reached 50 in 21 balls on the fourth day of the second Test against Australia at UAE 2nd Test 2014,The captain of national team, hit four sixes and four boundaries to reach his fifty. He Broke old record of  Jacques Kallis of South Africa who took 24 balls in 2005.
He no more baba-e-Tuk Tuk now. He will be known as fastest fifty  record holder in test cricket now.
The Pakistan captain Also level century Record on 56 balls set by West Indies legend Viv Richards in 1986 .
With only one wicket to drop, the session shown a completely thriving one for Pakistani team, which last night made a decision against imposing the follow-on for the Australia laid off for 261, 309 runs behind Pakistan’s 1st innings of 6 for 570.

Balls Batsman Match Location Year
21 Misbah-ul-Haq Pakistan v Australia Abu Dhabi 2014-15
24 JH Kallis South Africa v Zimbabwe Cape Town 2004-05
25 S Shillingford West Indies v New Zealand Kingston 2014
26 Shahid Afridi Pakistan v India Bangalore 2004-05
26 Mohammad Ashraful Bangaldesh v India Mirpur 2007
26 DW Steyn South Africa v West Indies Port Elizabeth 2014-15
27 Mohammad Yousuf Pakistan v South Africa Cape Town 2002-03
28 EAV Williams West Indies v England Bridgetown 1947-48
28 IT Botham England v India Delhi 1981-82
28 CH Gayle West Indiies v New Zealand Port of Spain 2014
29 B Yardley Australia v West Indies Bridgetown 1977-78
29 TG Southee New Zealand v England Napier 2007-08
30 N Kapil Dev India v Pakistan Karachi 1982-83
30 TM Dilshan Sri Lanka v New Zealand Galle 2009
30 BB McCullum New Zealand v Pakistan Sharjah 2014-15

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