reportcricket3 months ago

India vs England | England wrap up India and end formality to reclaim Pataudi Trophy 4-1

England gave a fantastic farewell to Alastair Cook as they thrashed India by 118 runs in the fifth Test to win the series with 4-1. The batting of KL Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane in the first session gave India the hopes of drawing the series, but once Rahane got out, it was all hunky dory for England.
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reportcricket4 months ago

India vs England | James Anderson magic leaves India reeling

The second day of the Lord's Test between India and England was also severely affected by rain, but James Anderson came back stronger to restrict India to 107 in the first innings. Ravichandran Ashwin showed some stomach for the fight by scoring 29 runs before Stuart Broad trapped him LBW.
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reportcricket4 months ago

India vs England | Ben Stokes four-fer guides England to an early series lead

Ben Stokes came, saw, and conquered the Edgbaston arena and secured four wickets, including that of Virat Kohli, to help the hosts secure a 31-run win and 1-0 lead in the series. Chasing a score of 194 runs, India faltered towards the end and eventually ended up scoring 162 runs on Day 4.
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reportcricketa year ago

Australia go 2-0 up after England succumb to Mitchell Starc bowling

Australia registered a comprehensive 120-run victory on the last day of the second Test at Adelaide after England's lower order failed to survive Mitchell Starc's onslaught. With this loss, England's hopes of retaining the Ashes urn further faded as they have only three more matches for a comeback.
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reportcricketa year ago

Ashes 2017 | Australia complete formality on Day 5 to go 1-0 up

Riding on unbeaten half-centuries by David Warner and Cameron Bancroft, Australia cruised to a 10-wicket win over England in the opening Test at the Gabba to go 1-0 up in the Ashes. The duo also broke an 87-year-old Test record for the highest unbeaten opening partnership in a successful Test chase.
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reportcricket2 years ago

Champions Trophy 2017 | Resurgent Pakistan cruise into the final

An all-around Pakistan registered a landslide eight-wicket victory over England with 12 overs to spare thanks to some resolute batting by Azhar Ali (76) and Fakhar Zaman (57). Earlier, a stalwart Pakistan bowling attack, led by Hasan Ali, restricted the in-form hosts to a mediocre score of 211.
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reportcricket2 years ago

Champions Trophy 2017 | England end Australia’s campaign, Bangladesh through to semis

Ben Stokes (102*) and Eoin Morgan (87) helped England secure a comfortable 40-run win (DLS) against Australia who could only manage 277 runs in their allotted 50 overs. The result means that Bangladesh have now qualified for the semi-final of the Champions Trophy for the first time in their history.
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reportcricket2 years ago

Champions Trophy | England cruise into the semis with an emphatic win over New Zealand

An all-around England breezed past their New Zealand counterparts beating them by 87 runs to become the first team to secure a spot in the semifinals of the Champions Trophy. After posting a total of 310, the English bowlers executed a well-thought plan to restrict the Kiwi batting lineup to 223.
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reportcricket2 years ago

Champions Trophy 2017 | Plunkett and Root guide England to victory in tournament opener

Joe Root (133*) and Alex Hales (95) helped England start their Champions Trophy campaign with a comfortable 8-wicket victory over Bangladesh at the Oval. Earlier, Tamim Iqbal’s 128 appeared to have put Bangladesh in control but Liam Plunkett’s 4/59 restricted the visitors to 305 in 50 overs.
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reportcricket2 years ago

India vs England | Chahal runs riot to give India series victory

India secured the T20 series win over England, after earlier winning the Test and the ODI series, by 75 runs thanks to exceptional performances by the spinners. Yuzvendra Chahal (6/25) and Amit Mishra (1/23) were the stars of the show as they destroyed the English middle order in the final T20.
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