newscricket2 days ago

Reports : Despite great form, Mayank Agarwal set to be overlooked for Windies T20Is

Despite scoring runs for fun in the longest version of the game, Mayank Agarwal is nowhere in the scene as far as limited-over series is concerned. A BCCI source has revealed that the Karnataka batsman will have to score heavily in the Indian Premier League in order to make it to the LOI teams.
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newscricket3 days ago

Mayank Agarwal would be natural opener in white-ball cricket, says Deep Dasgupta

Former India player and cricket analyst Deep Dasgupta has backed Mayank Agarwal to be a natural option to open the innings for India in limited-overs cricket. Dasgupta pointed out that Mayank could easily carry forward the attacking nature from Test cricket into the shorter formats of the game.
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newscricket3 days ago

ICC Test Rankings | Mohammad Shami breaks into top 10; Mayank Agarwal surges to 11th place

India's star performers in the first Test, Mohammed Shami and Mayank Agarwal have made huge strides in the latest Test rankings released by the ICC. The duo played a vital role in India's innings and 130 runs victory against visitors Bangladesh in the first Test of the series in Indore.
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newscricket4 days ago

IND vs BAN | Grateful for the start I've got in Test cricket, states Mayank Agarwal

Man of the Match for his 243 — courtesy of which India won the first Test — Mayank Agarwal has revealed that he's grateful for the impeccable start he's got in Test cricket. Agarwal, who practised under lights at the NCA last week, is also looking forward to taking on the pink ball challenge.
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newscricket4 days ago

IND vs BAN | Pitches look different when Indian pacers bowl, feels Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli praised the Indian fast bowling attack saying that the pitch looks different when they operate on it. India defeated Bangladesh by an innings and 130 runs in Indore to go 1-0 up in two-match Test series, courtesy some excellent bowling by Mohammad Shami, Ishant Sharma, and Umesh Yadav.
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newscricket4 days ago

Twitter reacts to Rohit Sharma pointing finger at dressing room for his redemption act at slip

After dropping a catch off Mushfiqur Rahim in the first session, Rohit Sharma went back to the drawing board to practise slip catching with R Sridhar during lunch. That had a positive ripple effect as the opener took a catch at slip, after which he gestured to the dressing room for his success.
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newscricket4 days ago

IPL 2020 | Kings XI Punjab part ways with David Miller

Kings XI Punjab has decided to retain most of their squad for the upcoming IPL season, having released seven players. However, with a giant purse of Rs. 42.7 crore in addition to the Rs. 85 crore for each team, they have the option to rebuild their entire squad come the auction in Kolkata.
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newscricket5 days ago

IND vs BAN | Knowing it's on you to take the team through when batting well is key, reveals Mayank Agarwal

Indian opener Mayank Agarwal has shared how scoring big centuries and shouldering the responsibility to take your team to an unassailable position after getting your ton is the key. Agarwal, who scored a double century, also shared that wicket has settled and has a great bounce in it.
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newscricket5 days ago

IND vs BAN | Playing in Melbourne was special and that feeling has stuck with me, reveals Mayank Agarwal

India opener Mayank Agarwal was delighted as he went on to score his second double century as he credited his debut innings at the MCG for his great run in Test cricket as he stressed on playing the game "ball by ball." Agarwal went to score 243 on day two of the first Test match as scored 407 runs.
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featurecricket5 days ago

IND vs BAN | Indore Day 2 Talking Points: Bangladesh’s day of contemplation and Mayank Agarwal’s bloody-mindedness

Mayank Agarwal has demonstrated his quality once again in an ultra-dominating fashion, scoring a fine double century to bury Bangladesh’s hopes. However, it was a day for Bangladesh cricket to look back and reflect the lack of impact they have had by keeping the spin-heavy tactic at home.
Bastab K Parida