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WATCH: Virat Kohli takes another bizarre review

Virat Kohli's troubles with the DRS don’t seem to be ending anytime soon as the Indian skipper wasted two reviews without any success today. Although it was clear that Umesh Yadav’s delivery had missed Steve Smith's leg-stump, Kohli went for a review, only to see it denied - yet again.
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newscricketan hour ago

Watch: David Warner escapes as Jayant Yadav oversteps by massive margin

Jayant Yadav today bowled a huge no-ball, which hit the stumps of Australian opener David Warner before crossing the third-man boundary for a four. With the wicket providing a lot of help for the spinners, Warner shuffled across too much and in the process, exposed the leg stump.
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newscricket2 hours ago

Watch: Matt Renshaw retires with 'Delhi Belly' in first innings

In a funny incident, Australia opener Matt Renshaw was forced to retire ill in the first session of the first Test at Pune after he appeared to have contracted a curious case of Delhi Belly. No.4 batsman Shaun Marsh then had to come to the crease to join skipper Steve Smith in the middle.
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newscricket2 hours ago

Mistaken identity costs MP's Harpreet Singh an IPL call

A case of mistaken identity has cost MP batsman Harpreet Singh a possible IPL berth after his name was mixed up with Mumbai spinner Harmeet Singh, who was found guilty of driving his car straight at the Railway station. A franchise official revealed that they didn’t buy him after reading a tweet.
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newscricket5 hours ago

Sheer hardwork brought Rahul Dravid close to Sachin Tendulkar, says VVS Laxman

VVS Laxman believes that it was sheer hard work that brought Rahul Dravid to be talked about in the same breath as Sachin Tendulkar. The stylish Hyderabadi-batsman has also added that Dravid and Virender Sehwag had a great impact on India's performance in overseas conditions.
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newscricket5 hours ago

Gavaskar: I always wanted to hit a straight six on the first ball of a Test match, like Sehwag

Sunil Gavaskar has heaped praise on Virender Sehwag and said that he too wanted to hit a straight six on the first ball of a Test match, pretty much like Virender Sehwag. He also praised the current Indian team, their attitude, and confidence, and said that they are fulfilling his dreams.
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newscricket18 hours ago

Happy that Dhoni isn't Pune captain anymore, jokes Virender Sehwag

Kings XI Punjab coach Virender Sehwag has joked that the removal of MS Dhoni as the captain of the Rising Pune Supergiants will now give Punjab a chance of beating the Maharashtra-based team. Sehwag also predicted that the Indian team would secure a 3-0 or 3-1 win over Australia in the Test series.
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newscricket21 hours ago

Virat Kohli : Too early to judge my captaincy

Virat Kohli has said, on the eve of the first Test against Australia, that it is too early to judge him as a captain and that he should be judged only after a period of 5-8 years. Kohli also praised his Australian counterpart Steve Smith for his performances as a batsman and captain for Australia.
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newscricketa day ago

Steven Smith responds to Harbhajan Singh's whitewash jibe

Steven Smith has dismissed Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh's claims that the visiting Australian team would be easily whitewashed by a rampant India. The Aussie captain singled out pacer Mitchell Starc as the trump card for the Australian side during the four-Test series that begins tomorrow. 
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newscricketa day ago

We were willing to pay ₹ 15 crores for Ben Stokes : RPSG owner Sanjiv Goenka

Rising Pune Supergiants chairman Sanjiv Goenka has claimed that they were willing to go as high as ₹ 15 crores to secure the services of Ben Stokes for the upcoming IPL season. Goenka also said that the team were satisfied with the auction results despite missing out on Aussie Pat Cummins.
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