The global pandemic has changed professional sports in many ways – from spectators to media presence and content delivery. While many are still searching for solutions to financial and logistic challenges, cricket is showing the way to recovery and growth.
Following the recent men’s Test player rankings update, New Zealand’s Kane Williamson retained his position at the top of the tree. Although there were some changes, including Steve Smith Leapfrogging Virat Kohli, nobody could dislodge Williamson as the top Test batsman. However, in light of his ranking, the 30-year-old expressed his surprise at being ahead of both Smith and Kohli. So, is Williamson being too modest?
Football has had its fair share of legends and characters over the years. The most popular sport in the world has created competitors from every corner of the globe under one sporting banner. The bitter rivalries, passionate fans and memorable moments that this game has provided the fans over the years is almost endless. We are going to try and complete the hard task of narrowing down the best of the best in football, from players to coaches. It's no mean feat, and will no doubt be a tad contentious with everyone chiming in with their own subjective anecdotes. So without further ado, I give you, the best of the best in football.
America has produced some of the world’s top sports stars. From football to tennis, swimming to track and field, the stars from the USA shine brightly in their leagues and in big competitions. They are also the people who make bettors money, often defying odds and achieving things many of us can only dream of. Here we take a look at some of the shining stars in the world of sports.
New Zealand’s Kane Williamson joined the club. The team’s captain rejoined the team on the eve of the second T20I against Pakistan after welcoming the birth of his first child with his partner Sarah Raheem. The 30-year old was on paternity leave when New Zealand defeated West Indies in the Wellington Test and Pakistan in Auckland.
England will be looking to complete a rare double next year by adding the T20 World Cup to the Cricket World Cup they won in 2019. Their recent performances suggest they will be in with a great chance in Australia next year.
While Australia have already been part of six white-ball fixtures against England after the Covid-19 break, this will be the first international fixture for Team India since the entire world came to a screeching halt in March this year.