Articles about Lance Klusener
No other player represented the South African cricket team, which dominated the latter half of the ‘90s, like Lance Klusener. It was only poetic that it was his heroics that led South Africa close to the World Cup final in 1999. Klusener made his international debut in an ODI in 1996 against England. His trademark aggression that was visible throughout his career was showcased in his first Test match against India. In a fiery spell of fast bowling, he took eight wickets for 64 runs. With a stance akin to a baseball batter, Klusener’s batting was a mix of power and skill. His exploits with the bat and ball also earned him the Man of the Tournament award in the 1999 World Cup. Winner of the Wisden Cricketer of the Year award in 2000, Klusener’s form began to wane at the turn of the millennium. His poor run of form with the bat led to him losing his place in the team. Although he made sporadic returns to the team in 2003 and 2004, he couldn’t cement his position. Klusener called it quits from international cricket in 2004.
13 Jul 2020Sports
In 1988, a young Amol Muzumdar was padded up when Shardashram Vidyamandir lost two wickets in the Lord Harris Shield semi-final.
04 Oct 2019Sports
England cricket team's talisman Joe Root has not been involved in the selection of a new head coach.
03 Oct 2019Sports
Former Indian cricket team head coach Gary Kirsten is being backed for taking over England.
13 Sep 2019Sports
Former South African all-rounder Lance Klusener feels that India's Rishabh Pant tends to get a bid ahead of himself while batting.
23 Aug 2019Sports
Former South African all-rounder Lance Klusener has been appointed as the assistant batting coach of the present Proteas side for three T20Is against India next month.
12 Jun 2019Sports
While India are off to an amazing start in the ICC World Cup 2019, the focus would be on some of the top players in the side, from whom fans have high expectations.
26 Jan 2019Sports
West Indies captain Jason Holder produced one of the best Test innings in recent times to floor England in the ongoing Test in Barbados.