reportcricket4 years ago

Asia conquered, World T20 beckons - India lift maiden Asia Cup T20

Riding on the 94-run partnership between Dhawan and Kohli, India defeated Bangladesh by eight wickets to lift the maiden Asia T20 Cup at Mirpur on Sunday. Earlier Bangladesh had set a target of 121 on the back of a late charge from Mahmudullah after the match was reduced to 15 overs due to rain.
Arun S Kaimal
reportcricket4 years ago

Asia Cup: India stroll to victory over UAE in 10 overs

A blazing knock of 39 runs from Rohit Sharma got India off to a flying start as they easily chased down the target of 82 runs in just over 10 overs. Earlier, UAE chose to bat first but Bhuvneshwar Kumar produced a stunning spell of swing bowling to help India restrict their opponents to 81.
Amlan Majumdar
reportcricket4 years ago

Kohli shines again as India reaches Asia Cup final

Virat Kohli continued his fine form with the bat, as he and Yuvraj Singh helped India to a comfortable 5-wicket win over Sri Lanka in Dhaka. Earlier, Indian bowlers restricted Sri Lanka to a modest total of 138 runs as Hardik Pandya, Ravichandran Ashwin and Jasprit Bumrah picked up two wickets each.
Amlan Majumdar
reportcricket4 years ago

Asia Cup: Kohli's class guides India home against Pakistan after Amir's assault

It was a green pitch, Mohammad Amir was breathing fire and India was struggling at 8/3. Even the modest target of 84 was looking daunting – but as the cliché goes - cometh the hour, cometh the man. Virat Kohli took the bull by the horn, stamped his class, and guided India to a five-wicket win.
Debarshee Mitra
reportcricket4 years ago

Hardik Pandya is a game-changer: MS Dhoni

Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has heaped praise on Hardik Pandya after the Gujarat born cricketer produced an all-round performance in India's opening Asia Cup game against Bangladesh. Dhoni stressed on the importance of the balance he renders to the side in shortest format of the game.
Debarshee Mitra
reportcricket4 years ago

Rohit powers India past Bangladesh in Asia Cup opener

Rohit Sharma’s stunning knock of 83 from 55 balls, and Hardik Pandya’s late flourish helped India defeat Bangladesh by 45 runs in the opening match of the Asia Cup at Mirpur on Wednesday. After putting 166 on the board, India restricted the hosts to 121 for 7 with Ashish Nehra picking three wickets.
Debarshee Mitra