LONDON: Australian cricket legend Shane Warne said he was "shocked" to be accused of assaulting an adult entertainment actress in a London nightclub after he was cleared of all allegations. Spin wizard Warne, 48, was questioned but subsequently released without charge, police said. "I was shocked to read the media stories circulating earlier today concerning a false allegation of assault," said Warne in a statement. "I have fully co-operated with the police, and they have now had the opportunity of seeing CCTV and…
Hollywood actor Hugh Jackman, who is famous for playing the influential character of 'wolverine', once went head to head against legendary Australian spinner Shane Warne. British journalist, Piers Morgan, was covering the showcase encounter and Warne was supposed to bowl an over to fellow Austrlaian Jackman with the challenge that the 'Wolverine' will at least hit 21 runs off an over. Hugh Jackman luckily made 20 runs and batted really well, considering the fact that he is an actor. The encounter which took…
LONDON: England all-rounder Ben Stokes has hailed Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah as the best the game has seen since the days of Australian great Shane Warne.
Cricket is said to be a gentlemen's game and there is nothing better than to see the willow hitting the ball and the spectators cheering the cricketers on the field.
KOLKATA: Marlon Samuels was hardly magnanimous in victory as the temperamental West Indian batsman sat down to face the media after his team's World Twenty20 victory -- feet on the table, batting pads still on.
Who doesn't like the sweet sound of the willow striking the ball in cricket. Called a gentlemen's game, the sport has often turned ugly not in the way it is played but how the players and officials have made it disgraceful with their acts.
SYDNEY: Steve Waugh Friday hit back at Shane Warne after he reignited a long-running feud between two of Australia's greatest players, saying he was doing his job as captain when he dropped the leg-spinner in 1999.
NEW YORK: Fluttering Pakistan flags and deafening roars, New York cricket fans turned out in their thousands to watch greats of the game face off against each other on Saturday -- in a baseball stadium.