Today, the all-rounder celebrates his 39th birthday and here are top 5 cricketing moments of his life:
Henry Nicholls continued to play his anchor role in New Zealands first innings Saturday on the second morning of the second cricket test against the West Indies.
New Zealand vs West Indies 2020, Live Cricket Score, 2nd Test, Day 2 at Wellington: Tim Southee to Darren Bravo: OUT! CAUGHT AND BOWLED! A very, very soft dismissal and Bravo walks back. He will not be happy and he seems in disbelief as he walks back slowly to the shed! Fantastic reflexes from Southee to take this catch so quickly. Full and around off, Bravo looks to push this to the off side but it comes off the inner half of his blade and lob uppishly back towards Southee, who is upto the task and he stretches his hands out and grabs it out of thin air. 22/2
Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma celebrate their third wedding anniversary on December 11 and the Indian captain, currently in Australia for the bilateral series, posted a heartwarming message on his social media posts alongside photos from their wedding in 2017 for the mom-to-be Anushka Sharma.
West Indies captain Jason Holder won the toss and elected to bowl in challenging conditions Friday in the second cricket Test against New Zealand.
On this day, Sachin Tendulkar recorded his 34th Test hundred and equaled the record of the great Sunil Gavaskar for the maximum hundreds in Test cricket.
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New Zealand vs West Indies 2020, Live Cricket Score, 2nd Test Day 1 NZ vs WI Cricket Score: FIFTY FOR NICHOLLS! A well deserved one by Henry! A gutsy innings, has not been easy for him out there! Full on the pads, Nicholls tucks this through mid-wicket and the ball races away to the ropes. The Kiwis will be banking on him to stay out there for as long as he can.
Indian cricket board president Sourav Ganguly, secretary Jay Shah, and joint secretary Jayesh George, whose tenures have ended, would continue at least till the third week of January, when the Supreme Court would next hear the cricket reforms case.
Sachin Tendulkar said captain Virat Kohli’s departure will leave a “void” for India in their Test tour of Australia, but added that it will hand a golden opportunity to a younger player.