newscricket3 days ago

Vijay Shankar hopeful of winning games for India

All-rounder Vijay Shankar has shown his confidence in winning more games for India in near future. Shankar, who was a part of the Indian team in the recently-concluded New Zealand tour, has also said that the team feels that Shankar is good enough to bat at the crucial No. 3 position.
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newscricket5 days ago

Harbhajan Singh selects his 15-man squad for upcoming ODI World Cup

Harbhajan Singh has tabled a 15-man squad that he feels would be perfect to travel to England for the upcoming 2019 ICC ODI World Cup. Harbhajan has made some interesting inclusions to the team and has opted to leave out youngster Rishabh Pant in favour of promising all-rounder Vijay Shankar.
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featurecricket7 days ago

India vs New Zealand | Indian players rated and slated from their four-run loss in Hamilton

India finally suffered a series loss in their golden summer trip to the Southern Hemisphere after they lost the final T20I to New Zealand in Hamilton today. While Dinesh Karthik gave India hope, Vijay Shankar proved that he can be the perfect back-up all-rounder for the team in the World Cup.
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newscricket7 days ago

10 Things you missed | From Rohit Sharma forcing umpire to Dinesh Karthik pampering Vijay Shankar

And we are back with your favorite dose of 10 things you missed. Despite being a Sunday, don’t tell me that you watched all the tiny details of the game that we documented for you. Trust me, our compilation would give you a different perspective on different incidents that happened in the game.
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newscricket7 days ago

VIDEO | Bat and ball go for a fly in different direction as Hardik Pandya dismissed in hapless manner

Bat slipping away from the batsman’s hand is not a new thing, but the way Hardik Pandya’s bat and the ball went for a fly, it made for perfect drama. He was only a spectator as his bat left his hand after he got a top-edge on it, in exactly the opposite direction of the ball, to end his innings.
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newscricket7 days 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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featurecricket8 days ago

India vs New Zealand | India’s predicted XI for the third T20I at Seddon Park in Hamilton

With a comprehensive performance, India levelled the series at the Eden Park and would brace to win the last game so as to end their trip to southern hemisphere without losing a series. However, New Zealand will also push themselves to restore some confidence ahead of the Bangladesh series.
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featurecricket9 days ago

India vs New Zealand | Indian players rated and slated from their seven-wicket victory in Auckland

A very good bowling performance, combined with Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant’s batting efforts, helped India level the series, with one game left. While it was a redemption of sorts for Krunal Pandya and Khaleel Ahmed, Yuzvendra Chahal and Hardik Pandya failed to do that to increase India’s worries.
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newscricket9 days ago

10 Things you Missed | From Rohit Sharma wearing someone else's jersey to Dhoni and Pant hitting one-handed shots

A lot of you have very good cricketing knowledge but even you have to do a lot of chores when the game is on. We sit resolutely in front of the TV to watch the entire game for finding strange and unusual things. We know you've failed to observe these 10 enthralling incidents which you have missed.
Soumil Khare
featurecricket10 days ago

India vs New Zealand | India’s Predicted XI for second T20I at Eden Park in Auckland

After losing the first T20I, India will go to Eden Park with the hope of keeping the series alive. The visitors were completely outplayed in the first game, and the second match gives them an opportunity to right the wrongs and a chance to see if their bowlers can hold their own in tough situations.
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