featurecricket14 days ago

IPL 2019 | Player Ratings: Delhi Capitals’ batting failure cost them a spot in the final

Delhi Capitals’ batting collapsed like ninepins in the all-important Qualifier 2, which paved way for Chennai Super Kings into the final against Mumbai Indians. DC posted a modest total of 147, which was just not enough to contain the star-studded CSK’s batting as they won the game by six wickets.
Suraj Choudhari
newscricket14 days ago

VIDEO | Delhi Capitals squander two run-out opportunities on the same delivery to also concede a run

Cricket is a funny game and never fails from unveiling some comical moments, especially in T20s. In the high-voltage run-chase against Delhi Capitals, Chennai Super Kings openers got involved in a horrible mix-up, but a series of fumble from the fielders allowed them to return unscathed.
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featurecricket16 days ago

IPL Eliminator 1 | Prithvi Shaw, Rishabh Pant defy Sunrisers Hyderabad to fix CSK date

Prithvi Shaw played a brilliant innings at the top and he was complemented by Rishabh Pant in the middle-overs as the team secured a win to set up their clash with Chennai Super Kings in second eliminator. Amit Mishra also had a big role to play in the win thanks to his economical bowling.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricketa month ago

DC vs MI | Player Ratings - Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant fail as Delhi Capitals lose to Mumbai Indians by 40 runs at Kotla

It was another day of sudden collapse for Delhi Capitals as after the top-three failed to get going, the result became a writing on the wall and eventually, they lost by 40 runs. Amidst the failures, Axar Patel and Ishant Sharma were the two knights in shining armour for the Shreyas Iyer-led team.
Bastab K Parida
newscricketa month ago

Relished the opportunity to contribute in a winning performance,” says Colin Munro

Colin Munro is pleased that he could help his team secure a win against Sunrisers Hyderabad and propelled Delhi to the second spot on the points table. Munro made the difference with the bat as he scored 40 off 24 balls in his first match of the season to help his team post a respectable total.
Press Release
featurecricketa month ago

SRH vs DC | Player Ratings - Keemo Paul and Kagiso Rabada shine as Delhi Capitals beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 39 runs

Delhi Capitals were on the back foot for most part of the innings, but Keemo Paul and Kagiso Rabada bowled exceptionally well to gift the team a 39-run win against Sunrisers Hyderabad. While the middle-order saved their day, there was so much Prithvi Shaw and Shikhar Dhawan could do for the team.
Bastab K Parida
newscricket2 months ago

ICC World 2019 | New Zealand become first team to announce their 15-man squad

New Zealand coach Gary Stead has announced the country’s 15 man squad for the World Cup to be held in England and Wales scheduled from June 30. There were no surprises barring the backup wicket-keeper slot, which was given to Tom Blundell, and Kane Williamson will continue with his captaincy duties.
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newscricket3 months ago

VIDEO | Hardik Pandya facepalms himself with both hands after two catches go begging in one over

After Hardik Pandya’s return to international cricket, he has hardly lost his cool and apart from that odd “Kya Yaar” comment to Shikhar Dhawan, he has remained largely silent. However, he failed to control his emotion after two catches were dropped in his one over, and facepalmed to show his anger.
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newscricket4 months ago

7 things you missed | From Krunal Pandya's Fury to Mitchell Santner's sportsmanship

Welcome welcome welcome! Most of you would've switched off your TVs after India's poor bowling display or you were stuck at work and missed a lot of things that happened during the 1st T20I. Don't worry we got your back! Here are the 7 things that you missed in today's game!
Srijith Gopal
newscricket4 months ago

VIDEO | Colin Munro deceived by “hit-wicket” illusion as he starts walking back after wind dislodges bails

One of the unfortunate sights in a cricket match is to see the batsman going very deep in the crease and being adjudged out for hit-wicket. Despite not hitting the stumps, Colin Munro, however, was deceived by the same and started walking back, only to realize that the wind had taken the bails off.
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