reportcricket5 days ago

Report | Shreyas Iyer, Khaleel Ahmed star in India A’s win over West Indies A

Shreyas Iyer’s vigilant 107-ball 77 and Khaleel Ahmed’s 3 for 16 helped India A beat West Indies A by 65 runs in the first 50-over match at Coolidge. Hanuma Vihari chipped in with 34 with the bat, and spinners Axar Patel, Washington Sundar and Rahul Chahar picked up two wickets each.
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newscricket4 months ago

IPL 2019 | I will try to learn as much as I can from Ricky Ponting, says Hanuma Vihari

Hanuma Vihari has stated that he is very happy to be a part of Delhi Capitals and will try to learn as much as he can from head coach Ricky Ponting. Vihari, who has been a part of the Indian Test team lately, has also added that he will try to tick the T20 boxes as well in the ongoing edition.
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featurecricket4 months ago

IPL 2019 | SWOT analysis - Delhi Capitals

The team from the national capital has changed its name and has brought in “Capitals” to it this season. Formerly called as Delhi Daredevils, the Delhi Capitals will also hope a change in fortunes after the change in name and colour of the team in the 12th edition of the IPL.
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newscricket4 months ago

Will be perfect for number four spot in Indian ODI team, declares Hanuma Vihari

Hanuma Vihari has claimed that he is perfectly suited to fill in at the number four spot in the Indian team and wants to impress the selectors in the upcoming IPL season. The 25-year old Andhra cricketer further stressed that he is also capable enough to play as a finisher with the national team.
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newscricket5 months ago

Low expectations a blessing in disguise, reckons Hanuma Vihari

Andhra all-rounder Hanuma Vihari has reckoned that having close to no expectations at the start of his international career could have been a blessing in disguise for him. Vihari made his Test debut for India in England last year and will feature in the upcoming IPL with the Delhi Capitals team.
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newscricket5 months ago

Irani Cup | Vidarbha bags second consecutive title after winning via first innings lead

Vidarbha became only the third team in Indian cricket history to win the Irani Cup title in two successive years as they defeated Rest of India (ROI) via first innings lead. Both the captains Faiz Fazal and Ajinkya Rahane decided to end the game in a draw on the final day with Vidarbha on 269/5.
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newscricket5 months ago

Irani Cup | Hanuma Vihari help Rest of India tight the grip after Vidarbha lose Faiz Fazal in chase of 280

Hanuma Vihari’s record third-straight 100 on Day four of this year’s Irani Cup helped Ajinkya Rahane-led Rest of India to 373/3 before declaring on Friday. Ranji Trophy winners’ Vidarbha require another 243 runs to win and have already lost captain Faiz Fazal in the first over of the four innings.
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newscricket5 months ago

VIDEO | Aditya Sarwate cringes as fielder’s direct throw lands on umpire’s head

Cricket has enough injury instances to force the field umpires into wearing helmets, but for some or other reasons, the law hasn’t been enforced yet. However, after umpire CK Nandan’s incident in the Irani Cup, he wouldn’t mind becoming the torch bearer in getting the law passed instantly.
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newscricket5 months ago

Irani Cup | Hanuma Vihari, Ajinkya Rahane rescue Rest of India on Day 3

Hanuma Vihari and Ajinkya Rahane fought bravely to help Rest of India establish a seven-run lead against Ranji Trophy champions Vidarbha on Day three of the Irani Cup match in Nagpur. Vihari is still at the crease after having scored 40 along with Rahane who is batting at 25.
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newscricket5 months ago

Irani Cup | Rest of India restricted at 330 by Vidarbha on Day 1

2019 Ranji Trophy champions, Vidarbha, managed to fight their way back into the game and bowled out Rest of India at a mammoth total of 330 on the opening day of the Irani Cup. Mayank Agarwal scored a strong 95 after which Hanuma Vihari scored his 16th First-class century in Nagpur.
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