India have won the second One Day International match against Australia to level the three match series 1-1. After a lackluster performance in SCG, the Indian team displayed their batting might today to chase down a stiff target of 299. Virat Kohli top-scored for India with a brilliant hundred and
India have won their first ever test series on Australian soil!! Let it sink in!!
The Sydney rain did spoil the test match, but it did not spoil the Indian party. Many Indian fans have been waiting for this day, since very long. Granted that this Australian side was depleted by
India will take on Australia in the series deciding test match at the Sydney Cricket Ground a.k.a SCG. India are on the verge of making history, by winning their first ever test series in the land down under. All those countless hours of sleep lost in waking up early to
Form is temporary but class is permanent. This adage has been associated with almost every great player to ever play the game of cricket, except perhaps for Sir Don Bradman. Did he ever have a slump in form? Anyway, there's another adage that is not so often used but is
India won the Boxing day test in MCG after about 37 years! With this win, India has taken an unassailable 2-1 lead against the Aussies in this four test series.
How did the teams fare in the test match?
India went into the test match with a big question mark
India and Australia will clash on the 26th of Dec in this year's edition of the Boxing day test at the MCG. The Boxing day test match is a big cricketing tradition in Australia. Players and spectators look forward to this festive test match as a family occasion. Much like
Last week, India left the Southern Australia coast full of beans and verve for the Western Australian coastal test of pace and bounce. The performance at Adelaide had left many Indian fans like me salivating for a 2-0 unassailable lead after the Perth test. Not only were we salivating, we
India and Australia will play the second test at Perth on the 14th of December. India will look to build on their early lead in the series, whereas Australia will look to their fortress to wrest the initiative back.
For an Indian,a test match in Perth, always conjures up an image
Cheteshwar Pujara and the fast bowlers helped India win their first test match against Australia in Adelaide by 31 runs. One must add that, though the margin of victory was slender, the better team won.
The pitch was the typical Adelaide pitch for day test matches, except that the bounce was
Kohli, has led India’s batting since last two years or so with consistency across all three formats and he topped the ICC rankings in Test and one-day internationals. India skipper Virat Kohli has accumulated 1,063 runs in 18 Test innings this year, number one ahead of England skipper Joe Root