thump Bhuvneshwar over covers but is deceived by the slower ball and can only mistime it as far as Dinesh Karthik at long off. Bhuvneshwar is certainly bringing
UTT 138/3 vs VID (32 overs) - Avneesh Sudha has registered the first half-century of the QFs. He and Vaibhav have added 94 runs for the fourth wicket to give their side a slight advantage heading into the break.
Arunachal Pradesh had a horror showing in a Women’s U-23 T20 match against Himachal Pradesh, being dismissed for just 14 runs and succumbing to a ten-wicket loss on Tuesday. Opting to bat first, Arunachal Pradesh’s innings lasted 11 overs but they could only put 14 runs on the board after losing wickets at regular intervals. Amazingly, the bulk of th
"I made a bit of a pact with myself that no matter how I was feeling on a day, it didn't matter if I hated it,
“The guys now believe they can perform on any stage and we wanted that culture and we have to look after it. The next generation has to help maintain that as an identity of Indian cricket.”
"Even Dinesh (Karthik) played a very good knock in the last game. So the good thing is that we got all fit and mature players which make us a strong batting unit. We have been consistent in our performance over the past few years and hopefully, we will continue
ant also became the only second visiting wicket-keeper to register Test centuries both in England and Australia. Jeffery Dujon, with hundreds in Manchester and Perth in 1984, was the first.
"While I was in BCCI, I just did my job and if people appreciate it now, I'm happy," he said. "I did the same when I went to ICC. For the first time, I got India its due recognition in the committee of nations. Unfortunately, things have been frittered away by subsequen
When I first started playing grade cricket in Brisbane, as a 15-year-old (I was) sharing a dressing room with (Australia batsmen) Allan Border, Greg Ritchie, Kepler Wessels –- that doesn't happen m
Lyon, who is being considered as Australia's frontline spinner at this year's World Cup, earned praise from skipper Aaron Finch. "I think he's been really impressive," Finch was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au on Thursday, before the off-spinner's axing was announced. "Obviously no