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
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
Everyone must remember the 'monkeygate' scandal that took place back in 2008 during India's tour to Australia which involved Harbhajan Singh and Andrew Symonds. It was a very disturbing incident of that time and Harbhajan Singh was accused of hurling racial slurs at the Aussie cricketer.
It all unfolded during the
India vs Australia cricket series - 2018
The Indian cricket team will be visiting Australia, late November this year, for a 3 T20, 3 ODI and 4 Test mouth-watering series. India's failure in England notwithstanding, I feel that this is the best chance for India to win a test series
The longest format of the game pleases some and it bores some. For many of the players, representing their country at the Test level and then succeeding at it is the ultimate goal for them.
In the past 10 years T20 format has taken the game by storm and there were
Rohit Sharma scored his 3rd T20I and led to chase 199 runs in Bristol.
It is first ever T20 International win for India on England soil Rohit Sharma stood up big, Virat and his men have won the T20I series 2-1. India had made two big changes to their playing XI,
Alex Hales Stood tall in the chase of a modest score of 149 runs.
England bounced back in a good fashion. After a humiliating loss in the 1st T20I, the hosts levelled the series to 1-1.
The second match of this T20I series was played in Cardiff yesterday, England won the toss
Team India gave a good performance yet again, the number no 3 T20 team crushed Ireland by whopping 143 runs in the 2nd T20 international match yesterday.
India made some changes to their playing XI, despite the visitors performing extremely well. India rested Shikhar Dhawan, MS Dhoni, Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar
India will start their UK Tour with two T20 International Games against Ireland.
The first T20 International Match will be played on Wednesday 27th June 2018 at the Village in Dublin between India and Ireland. The second T20 International match will be played at the same venue after two days. Before
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Afghanistan’s first ever test didn’t panned out to be the great one, it was a complete dominating performance by the number 1 test team which beat Afghanistan in just 2 days.
India’s batting in the 1st Innings:
India won the toss and opted to bat first in this one-off