Financial Fair Play starting to get some teeth, will limit ability to buy players at any cost: Chelsea owner Boehly

A day after Uefa lodged a complaint against PSG and Manchester City over an alleged breach of Financial Fair Play rules, Chelsea’s new owner Todd Boehly said clubs might not be able to sign players “at any price” due to the risk of sanctions. The summer transfer window is on and Manchester City so far…

FIH World Ranking: Women’s hockey team climbs to 6th position, India’s best-ever ranking

The Indian Women’s Hockey team climbed to the sixth position in the FIH World Hockey Rankings, achieving their best-ever ranking. With 2029.396 points, the Indian Women’s Hockey Team is now placed in the World Rankings above Spain. Spain dropped one place after losing both their FIH Hockey Pro League…

GT vs RR, IPL 2022 Final: Change in mindset against spinners key to success this season, says David Miller

Gujarat Titans star David Miller said that his success against spin in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 can be attributed to his changed mindset and hard work. Miller has been the second-highest run-scorer for GT with 449 runs from 15 matches, with an unbeaten 94 being his highest score. Skipper Hardik Pandya leads…

Watch | Gujarat Titans players talk about emotions behind playing at iconic Eden Gardens in IPL 2022 playoffs

Gujarat Titans are set to square off against Rajasthan Royals at the Eden Gardens on Tuesday, 24 May. Titans, who have been fantastic throughout the group stage of the Indian Premier League have two local boys in their team – Wriddhiman Saha and Mohammad Shami. With the kind of cricket that Gujarat have played…

Jofra Archer’s availability for the next season is too far ahead: Mahela Jayawardene

Mumbai Indians (MI) head coach Mahela Jayawardene said that fast bowler Jofra Archer’s participation in the 2022 Indian Premier League (IPL) is “too far ahead” for the time being. The Barbados-born speedster was a revelation back in 2018 after he was picked to play for the Rajasthan Royals (RR) following his…

IPL 2022: Kolkata Knight Riders opener Ajinkya Rahane ruled out for the season due to hamstring injury

Kolkata Knight Riders Opener Ajinkya Rahane has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2022 season of the Indian Premier League, KKR confirmed on Tuesday, 17 May. Rahane, who was seen limping heavily in Kolkata’s last game against SunRisers Hyderabad got out after scoring 28 off 24 balls. At a point of time, it…

It is about performing well at the end of the IPL: Mitchell Marsh on DC peaking at the right time

Australian all rounder Mitchell Marsh was adjudged man of the match after a stupendous performance against Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League on Wednesday, 11 May. Capitals, who were handed a tough loss against the Sanju Samson-led side in their first meeting of the tournament, pulled off a tricky chase to…

Jasprit Bumrah disappointed after MI suffer 9th defeat despite his maiden 5-wicket haul on memorable evening

Mumbai Indians pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah was disappointed after Mumbai Indians suffered their ninth defeat in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 despite him picking up his maiden five-wicket haul against Kolkata Knight Riders on Monday. Bumrah took to Instagram to share the match-ball with his five-wicket figures…

BCCI should fast-track Umran Malik to India squads across all formats: Parvez Rasool

India cricketer Parvez Rasool has backed Umran Malik to learn quickly, saying that the Srinagar fast bowler deserves to be fast-tracked into the Indian team across all formats, saying he doesn’t agree with people who are backing him to be given a go first in Test cricket. Parvez Rasool, who had become the first…

PBKS vs LSG: Lucknow played stupid cricket with the bat, I was fuming at mid-innings – KL Rahul

Lucknow Super Giants successfully defended a below-par total of 153 after a rare failure from KL Rahul with the bat. Quinton de Kock made 46 and stitched an 85-run stand with Deepak Hooda for the 2nd wicket, but LSG suffered a middle-order collapse. They went from 98 for 1 to 126 for 7, losing 8 wickets for just 28…