newscricket2 years ago

Twitter reacts as Australia blow away hapless India to their lowest ever total in Test cricket

After gaining an upper hand in the Test, India for the nth time in SENA Tests, threw away the advantage as they lost wickets in heaps succumbing to the relentless pressure created by Cummins and Hazlewood. None of the Indian batsmen got even a double-digit score in the innings.
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newscricket3 years ago

Twitter reacts to hilarious umpiring conundrum in Ranji Trophy final

The Ranji Trophy final has been quite eventful with C Shamshuddin walking off the field leaving KN Ananthapadmanabhan to umpire from both ends and a stand-in official umpiring at square leg. Now, TV umpire S Ravi has joined the field as a makeshift arrangement until Yashwant Barde joins in tomorrow.
SportsCafe Desk
newscricket5 years ago

India vs Sri Lanka | Predicted XI for the third Test

India would aim to seal the Test series against Sri Lanka for the second time in a calendar year when they kick-off the third and final Test at the Feroz Shah Kotla on Saturday. After a heavy defeat in Nagpur, the struggling Lankans team would want to salvage some pride in final Test in Delhi.
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newscricket6 years ago

Twitter reacts to Goofy Gaffaney's out-not out and Pujara's "marathon"

It was a day to remember for Indians as Pujara and Saha virtually played out the whole day and tired out the Australian bowlers. Pujara broke Dravid's record of most balls faced by an Indian in Tests and also became the first Indian to face 500 balls in a single innings in Test cricket.
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reportcricket7 years ago

Ranji Trophy: Shardul Thakur's fifer leads Mumbai to record 41st title

A five-wicket haul from fast bowler Shardul Thakur helped Mumbai bowl out Saurashtra for 115 in the second innings to register a win by an innings and 21 runs to lift the Ranji Trophy title for a record 41st time. Shreyas Iyer won the man of the match award for his century in the first innings
Amlan Majumdar
newscricket7 years ago

I haven’t got enough opportunities to prove myself in shorter formats: Pujara

Even after playing 32 Test matches for India, Cheteshwar Pujara missed out an IPL contract for next season with no team bidding for the batsman, who has been tagged as a ‘Test specialist.’ But Pujara is all set to turn the disappointment into opportunity with another season in county cricket.
Arun S Kaimal