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8 Things You Missed | From Ravindra Jadeja's lucky escape to Mayank Agarwal suffering in pain

Hey buddies! We are back with the most fascinating things that you might have missed from India' game against the Windies on Day 2. Don't worry, we sat through the entire day and grabbed each and every incident that took place in the match. So just sit back and enjoy these 8 incidents.
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newscricket7 hours ago

VIDEO | Hanuma Vihari's over-smart throw goes awry as Windies steal cheeky extra run

At times, a moment of brilliance can even cost you and in extension, your team, if the effort that goes into it is not in sync. Today, Ravindra Jadeja’s direct hit took the stumps down, but the mishaps after that resulted in the Windies taking an extra run while there shouldn’t have been one.
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newscricketa day ago

Twitter reacts to Ajinkya Rahane's masterclass against West Indies on Day 1 of the first Test

Ajinkya Rahane fell short of scoring a ton today but impressed everyone with his knock of great substance. Team India was struggling to stitch a good partnership as the top order batsmen fell like a pack of cards, but Rahane stood tall playing an astounding knock and Twitterati reacted on the same.
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newscricket2 days ago

Rohit Sharma should be given chance to open in Tests, suggests Sourav Ganguly

Since India's veteran openers Murali Vijay and Shikhar Dhawan have lost their form, India have struggled to find a stable pair of openers in Tests. In this light, former captain Sourav Ganguly has suggested that Rohit Sharma should open in Tests while Ajinkya Rahane consolidated the middle-order.
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featurecricket2 days ago

WI v IND | India’s Predicted XI for first Test against West Indies

India kick-off their ICC World Test Championship against the West Indies in the first of a two-match series, starting from Thursday in Antigua. Given that skipper Virat Kohli has repeatedly stated the importance of each match, India are unlikely to experiment with their lineup tomorrow.
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newscricket6 days ago

India v West Indies A | Cheteshwar Pujara, Rohit Sharma power visitors to 297 for five

An unbeaten century from Cheteswhar Pujara and a fluent half-century from Rohit Sharma helped push India's score to 297 for five at stumps on Day 1 of their practice match against West Indies ‘A’. The first of two Tests between the two nations will be played at Antigua from August 22.
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newscricket9 days ago

Twitter reacts to Shreyas Iyer silenting critics with second consecutive ODI half-century

Shreyas Iyer just nailed it today as he raced to his second consecutive ODI half-century against West Indies. Today, however, he took it to another level with huge sixes raning in Trinidad even though Virat Kohli was scoring at a normal rate. Twitterati reacted to the same and congratulated the duo.
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newscricket9 days ago

7 things you missed from today's match between West Indies and India

Hello everyone, we are back with 7 things that you might have missed from the match between India vs West Indies. Don't worry because we sat through the entire match and covered every corner of the ground. You might feel surprised at how could you managed to miss these incidents. Here we go.
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newscricket9 days ago

Twitter reacts to Chris Gayle's retirement after masterclass against India in his last ever ODI

As he promised before, Chris Gayle finally signed off in style after a trademark innings against India. He struggled to get going in the first two ODIs, but alas, he bounced back in the third by scoring an astute 72 off 41 deliveries today in Trinidad, and Twitterati poured blessings on the same.
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featurecricket10 days ago

WI vs IND | India’s predicted XI for the third ODI at Port of Spain

As India take on West Indies in the third ODI knowing that they cannot lose the series, it is possible that the Men in Blue will look to tinker with their playing XI. However, given how the previous match – on the same ground, panned out– there may only be one or, at most, two changes in the side.
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