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‘India Have Underestimated Rest Of World’: Andy Roberts Lashes Out At Team India’s Approach After WTC Final Defeat

Legendary Windies cricketer has criticised Team India's approach in the WTC Final clash against Australia

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People Are More Focused On Line And Length These Days Than Real Fast Bowling: Andy Roberts

Roberts, a member of the West Indies' World Cup winning team in 1975 and 1979, is still excited by the sight of anyone bowling fast.

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Sunil Gavaskar Names Two Bowlers he Feared Most During His Playing Days, Picks VV Richards as Best Batter of His Era

Gavaskar took on the world's most fearsome pacers without any protective gear and played a fearless brand of cricket against them..

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West Indies May Never Return to Dominate World Cricket, Says Curtly Ambrose

Ambrose said that while he doesn't mean any disrespect to the current generation, most younger players don't quite know what cricket means to Carribean people living in the islands and abroad.

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Michael Holding, Stuart Broad Heap Top Praise on Dale Steyn, Include South African Speedster in All-Time Greatest Fast Bowlers

Broad heaped praise on the South African's pace and swing and termed it as 'near-perfect'.

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Naseem Shah Has Undergone Bone Tests And Doctors Have Also Confirmed He’s 16: Childhood Coach

Naseem Shah's childhood coach Suleiman Qadir has dismissed those notions saying Naseem underwent proper verification including a bone test that confirms his age.

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Sweet Sixteen Forever: Has Pakistan Fast Bowling Sensation Naseem Shah Stopped Ageing?

An article from 2016 has emerged where Naseem Shah is being referred to as a 16-year-old raising eyebrows.

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Jasprit Bumrah: Andy Roberts and Curtly Ambrose feel he could’ve been a West Indian fast bowler

Jasprit Bumrah demolished West Indies with 5/7 on day four of the Antigua Test.

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Cricket World Cup 2019: As cream of Caribbean pace legacy looks on, West Indies quicks combust

A five-man pace attack conceded 299 runs in 39.3 overs during the loss to Bangladesh.

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Cricket World Cup 2019: All West Indies cricket records at World Cup – most runs, wickets, catches, wins and more

A look at some of the stats highlights for West Indies at the World Cup since its inception in 1975.

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