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Daniel Vettori Asks Bangladesh Cricket Board To Donate Part Of Salary To Low-income Staffers

May 31, 2020 PTI

The amount that Daniel Vettori has decided to donate was not disclosed, but BCB CEO said the former New Zealand cricketer has officially communicated his decision

"James' Dad Took That Catch": ICC Celebrates Daniel Vettori's Sensational World Cup Catch - WATCH

Mar 26, 2020 Outlook Web Bureau

Daniel Vettori's famous catch to dismiss Marlon Samuels in New Zealand vs West Indies quarter-final match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 had sent the social media into overdrive and footages of the dismissal were shared by thousands of fans


New Zealand Cricket Retires Daniel Vettori's ODI Jersey No.11

The Black Caps have decided to retire the shirt numbers of players who represent New Zealand in over 200 ODIs. Daniel Vettori played 291 ODIs for New Zealand, taking 297 wickets.

Bangladesh Appoint Daniel Vettori, Charl Langeveldt As Bowling Coaches

Jul 28, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Bangladesh national cricket team's board has appointed New Zealand legend Daniel Vettori, as their spin consultant. Meanwhile, former South African Charl Langeveldt has been hired as pace bowling coach. Both have had coaching experiences previously.


OPINION | Building Blocks For Next Cricket World Cup In India Already In Place For New Zealand: Daniel Vettori

Players like Jimmy Neesham and Tom Latham are the future of New Zealand cricket and Black Caps have the core of the squad for the 2023 Cricket World Cup in India, feels former Kiwi skipper Daniel Vettori.

13 July, 2019

OPINION | If New Zealand Win Cricket World Cup Then Pure Joy Will Sweep The Country: Daniel Vettori

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New Zealand are playing in their second successive final but have never won the ICC Cricket World Cup. Daniel Vettori played in the last World Cup final that NZ lost by eight wickets vs Australia


11 July, 2019

OPINION | India Win Will Give New Zealand Extra Confidence Ahead Of World Cup Final: Daniel Vettori

Daniel Vettori

New Zealand's disciplined bowling helped defend a low score but the Kiwis are looking good as a team, says Daniel Vettori.


08 July, 2019

OPINION | New Zealand Have No Time To Waste In Semi-Final Against India: Daniel Vettori

Daniel Vettori

New Zealand qualified for the knockout stage despite losing their final three World Cup group games. Daniel Vettori believes a quick start will be crucial to their hopes against India at Old Trafford, Manchester


04 July, 2019

OPINION | Not Ideal To Lose Three On-The-Trot But New Zealand Know How To Hit Back: Daniel Vettori

Daniel Vettori

Former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori feels Kane Williamson's team will play with lot of confidence if they meet Australia in the World Cup semis at Old Trafford.


01 July, 2019

OPINION | New Zealand Should Not Panic, Build Partnerships Vs England: Daniel Vettori

Daniel Vettori

New Zealand are not yet assured of a semi-final spot in the Cricket World Cup 2019 with one game left to play against England


20 June, 2019

OPINION | Kane Williamson Has To Be New Zealand's Greatest ODI Player: Daniel Vettori

Daniel Vettori

Kane Williamson scored an unbeaten 106 on a tricky Edgbaston pitch as New Zealand beat South Africa by four wickets in a Cricket World Cup match. Daniel Vettori salutes the Kiwi skipper


10 June, 2019

Daniel Vettori Column: New Zealand Are On A Roll But India Clash A Major Test In Cricket World Cup 2019

Daniel Vettori

New Zealand have won their first three games of the Cricket World Cup 2019. They face two-time winners and unbeaten India at Trent Bridge on Thursday. Former Kiwi skipper Daniel Vettori previews the India vs New Zealand match


27 September, 2003

'Bowl Good Balls Consistently'

Sirshendu Panth

Undaunted by the tough task, the bespectacled left-arm spinner says he is ready to bowl long spells in India


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A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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Traffic jam on a road at Shalimar Bagh during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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