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Cricket - The Passion of Indians

Posted on February 22 2020

Cricket - The Passion of Indians

Cricket is a global passion, played universally from Test match arenas to village greens, tropical shores, and dusty back lots. Cricket is truly known as the passion of Indians, with the way Indians support the game and the players always, actually not just Indians, but cricket has fans from all around the globe. Cricket is a very important game in the country and the world. The players are supported and encouraged so much before and after the game, the winning or losing is the least mattered, it's all about their favorite team/player giving their best. Let's talk more about cricket, its origin, players, tournaments in the following section!!

    

History Of Cricket

Cricket is considered to have begun perhaps as early as the 13th century as a game where country boys bowled at a tree stump or the barrier gate into a lamb pen. But everything took off when 18th-century nobles understood that not only was it a great sport but also an excellent chance for betting too. The earliest cricket bat used was supposed to be in 1620 when a batsman hit the fielder with a bat to stop him from catching the ball. The appearance of the bat was thought to be similar to new hockey sticks since moving the arm over wasn't yet practiced at the time. Red balls are the earliest type of cricket balls, which were followed by white and pink balls. The core of a cricket ball is formed up of cork, which gives weight and bounce to the ball. The cork is layered with tightly wound strings and closed by a leather case with a slightly raised, sewn seam which gives the essential grip to hold the ball. Cricket has performed anywhere with a good amount of horizontal space. Gully cricket is still very common in India. Sundays were and is still a session of cricket for many people in the country.

    

 Rules Of Cricket

Each team consists of 11 players. These eleven players will have different roles in the team from batsmen, bowlers, fielders, and wicket keepers. Whilst each player may fit a specialist role they can take up any role should they prefer. Pitch sizes differ considerably in cricket but are normally played on a circular grass field with a limit of about 200m. Around the edge of the area is what’s known as the boundary edge and is the line within being in play and out of play. In the middle of the pitch will be the wicket. The base will hold two sets of three stumps at either end and they need to be 22 yards apart. At each end of the wicket is known as the ridge and a line is drawn about 2 yards over the wicket from the stumps. The bowler will bowl the cricket ball from one end whilst the batsmen will try and beat the ball from the other end. If the wicket is demolished, either by a thrown ball or by the wicketkeeper or bowler with the ball in hand, before either batsman is in his ground, the batter is terminated. If the ball moves out of the field through the air its a 6, and if the ball touches the ground once but goes out of the field its a 4. When the ball falls in the pitch, until the ballers try to catch the ball, the batsmen can achieve runs by running through the wickets by exchanging places.

    

 Cricket Tournaments

Cricket tournaments always have their standout position, different than all the other sports together. The few major tournaments taking place in India and around the world are ICC Cricket World Cup, ICC Champions Trophy, T20 World Cup, Champions League Twenty20, Indian Premier League, Asia Cup, Commonwealth Bank series. Fans are constantly excited to watch the matches, especially for the above-mentioned tournaments. Whether in gym, workplace, salon or even while driving, people have an eye on the scoreboard the least and keep cheering for their home team.

    

 Champions Of The Game

Cricket has created many legendary players, and naming a few champions is a task. The God of cricket, Sachin Tendulkar, has met all the targets and has entered a different level of success. People all around the world call him the Godfather of cricket. Now let's start with new players of the generation, Virat Kohli who has ranked top 1 around the world, Steve Smith, AB De Villers, Rohit Sharma, MS Dhoni, Ravichandran Ashwin, Chris Gayle, following the footsteps of great players like Kapil Dev, Rahul Dravid, Sir Don Bradman, Viv Richards, and many many more. The list is never-ending for cricket players. There are many movies made on cricketers and the recent ones, on Indian cricketers were M.S Dhoni, and the upcoming movie 83 which is about Kapil Dev, and how India won the World Cup Trophy in 1983 for the first time in history. These movies are always hit, and people always love knowing the life of crickets, the coordination, and love among them.

    

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