Cricket News sort by Glenn Donald McGrath

Australia’s pace bowling legend Glenn McGrath reckons that Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah needs an 'off-season’ because of his unique bowling action, which involves putting in ‘extensive effort'. According to McGrath, the same could lead to injuries, if the Indian fast bowler does not get enough time to recuperate.

Aussie legend Glenn McGrath was unhappy with Australia’s defensive batting on Day 2 of the Adelaide Test. He felt that the Aussies waited to score runs and showed no intent.

Former Aussie pacer Glenn McGrath agrees with the common view that the absence of Indian skipper Virat Kohli for a majority of the Test matches will be a massive blow for India. At the same time, the Australian legend added that it is a golden opportunity for someone else to step up.

It is a known fact that Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar is not a fan of sledging. In fact, recently former Pakistan off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq had revealed how he was left embarrassed after trying to have a go at the Master Blaster. However, Tendulkar recalled an incident in which he was the one to initiate a war of words.

With twin tons in his first Test since the embarrassing ban over ball tampering, former Australia captain Steve Smith has won back a lot of admirers. Smith's hundred in each innings of the first Ashes Test not only enabled Australia to recover from 122 for 8, but they also went on to clinch the match and a crucial 1-0 lead in the series.

Like Allan Border, even Glenn McGrath feels that India got trapped into the hype around the Perth Test and thus ended up going in with four pacers.

James Anderson will be difficult to beat once he becomes the most successful fast bowler in Test history feels the man who currently holds the record, Australian legend Glenn McGrath.

Australian former pacer Glenn McGrath praised Ishant Sharma but feels he needs to have his role in the team defined. Ishant had a good first Test

India will need to perform well against James Anderson if they want to do well in the Tests against England, feels former Aussie pacer Glenn McGrath.