user tracker image
reportcricketa month ago

ICC U19 World Cup | Yashasvi Jaiswal, Priyam Garg guide India to thumping win

Yashasvi Jaiswal, skipper Priyam Garg and wicketkeeper Dhruv Jurel scored half-centuries as India started their ICC U19 World Cup campaign with a 90-run victory over Sri Lanka. India posted 297 runs on the board in their first inning, in reply to which Sri Lanka were bowled out for just 207.
SportsCafe Desk
reportcricket3 months ago

India vs Bangladesh | Seamers help India seal maiden Day-Night Test and series in Kolkata

While the Indian bowlers showed the world how to adjust to the fast-moving pink ball, Bangladesh failed to emulate the same. After being dismissed for a measly 106 and suffering through a Virat Kohli masterclass (136), Bangladesh crumbled in the second innings to hand India a series whitewash.
SportsCafe Desk
reportcricket6 months ago

India vs Windies A | Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav, Kuldeep Yadav shine to put India in command on Day 2

After India declared on their overnight score of 297 for five, Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav, and Kuldeep Yadav picked up three wickets each to restrict West Indies to 181. India reached 84 for one in their second innings, with Ajinkya Rahane (20) and Hanuma Vihari (48) at the crease at stumps.
SportsCafe Desk
reportcricketa year ago

Ranji Trophy | Plate Group : Day 1 : Bihar collapsed for 60 as Milind Kumar scores a double ton

Uttarakhand bundled Bihar out for 60 and at the end of the day were leading by 141 runs in the first round of the Ranji Trophy while Milind Kumar scored an unbeaten 202 to take Sikkim to 299. Meanwhile, Mizoram were all out for 106 against Nagaland and Meghalaya got Arunachal Pradesh out for 166.
SportsCafe Desk
reportcricketa year ago

India vs Windies | Spinners break visitors back to secure historic victory for India

Staying true to the storyline, India secured a convincing victory by a huge margin of an innings and 272 runs to register their biggest victory in Test cricket. After wrapping up the Windies for 181 runs, India enforced the follow-on and then bundled the visitors out for 196 to take a 1-0 lead.
SportsCafe Desk
reportcricketa year 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.
SportsCafe Desk
reportcricket2 years 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.
SportsCafe Desk
reportcricket2 years 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.
SportsCafe Desk
reportcricket2 years ago

India vs Bangladesh | India secure title after beating Bangladesh in thrilling Nidahas finale

Late-order fireworks by Dinesh Karthik, 29 of 8 balls, and top-order batting display by Rohit Sharma resulted in India securing a thrilling 4-wicket over Bangladesh. The Shakib al Hasan-led team, batting first, managed to put up a competitive score of 166 runs thanks to Sabbir Rahman 77.
SportsCafe Desk
reportcricket2 years ago

India vs Bangladesh | Rohit Sharma and Washington Sundar lead the charge as India book place in Nidahas Trophy final

While defending a target of 177, Washington Sundar (3/22) decimated the Bangladesh top order to guide India into the final of the Nidahas Trophy. Earlier, it was Rohit Sharma, who scored 89 off 61, was ably supported by Suresh Raina, 47 off 30, helped India put a very competitive 176 runs on board.
SportsCafe Desk