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Batting let India down in 3rd T201 against SA

Batting let India down in 3rd T201 against SA

Batting let India down in 3rd T201 against SA JOHANNESBURG: India’s middleorder collapsed after a fiery start as South Africa won the third Twenty20 International by five wickets to keep the five-match series alive, here today. Indian women, eyeing their maiden T20 series win in South Africa after winning the first two matches, collapsed to 133 in

Dhawan's 72 takes India to 203/5 in first T20I

Dhawan’s 72 takes India to 203/5 in first T20I

Dhawan’s 72 takes India to 203/5 in first T20I JOHANNESBURG: Opening batsman once again unleashed mayhem in South Africa, with his 72 powering India to 203 for five wickets in the first Twenty-20 International (T201) at the New Wanderers Stadium here on Sunday.The Delhi left-hander, who hit 323 runs in the six OneDay Internationals (ODIs), blasted

India defeat South Africa by eight wickets

India defeat South Africa by eight wickets

CENTURION: India on Friday defeated South Africa by eight wickets with Captain Virat Kohli leading from the front with his stroke-filled unbeaten century. Earlier, KhayaZondo struck his maiden ODI fifty to steer South Africa to 204 even as the other batsmen failed to find an answer to the disciplined Indian bowling in the sixth and final

Restless India eye 5-1, South Africa aim consolation

Restless India eye 5-1, South Africa aim consolation

Restless India eye 5-1, South Africa aim consolation CENTURION: A historic series triumph sealed, India are expected to put their bench strength to test while a vanquished South Africa would aim for a consolatory win when the two sides square off in the sixth and final ODI, here today. The Men in Blue have already

Virat has transformed Chahal into a brave bowler: Vettori

Former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori feels India skipper Virat Kohli has instilled a lot of courage in wrist spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, calling it the primary reason for his phenomenal success in limited-overs cricket. Vettori is currently the coach of IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore, which Kohli captains. Chahal is currently the leading wicket-taker in

India thrash South Africa in 2nd ODI

India thrash South Africa in 2nd ODI

CENTURION:India produced a dominant performance to thrash South Africa by nine wickets in the second One Day International (ODI) at the SuperSport Park here on Sunday. Opting to field first, the Indians rode on career best figures from wrist spinners Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav to bundle out South Africa for a merel 18 runs.

Yadav-Chahal restrict SA to 269/8, Faf du Plessis hits 120

Yadav-Chahal restrict SA to 269/8, Faf du Plessis hits 120

Yadav-Chahal restrict SA to 269/8, Faf du Plessis hits 120 DURBAN: Captain Faf du Plessis led from the front with an impressive 120 as he single handedly took South Africa to 269 for 8 in the first cricket one dayer against India here. India’s leg-spin twins Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal shared five wickets among

Rejuvenated India aim for top in ODI series against Africa

Rejuvenated India aim for top in ODI series against Africa

Rejuvenated India aim for top in ODI series against Africa DURBAN: Galvanised by the consolatory win in the final Test, a resurgent India will be aiming for their first bilateral ODI series triumph on the South African soil when they take on the Proteas in a six-match rubber, starting here tomorrow.With only 14 months to

Virat Kohli credits belief for third Test turnaround

Virat Kohli credits belief for third Test turnaround

Virat Kohli credits belief for third Test turnaround JOHANNESBURG: Indian skipper Virat Kohli says his team never lost faith in itself despite the criticism that came with consecutive Test losses to South Africa, crediting this belief for the turnaround that ave the visitors a consolation win ere. “We don’t think like people on the outside.

India vs South Africa: India win third Test by 63 runs

India vs South Africa: India win third Test by 63 runs

India vs South Africa: India win third Test by 63 runs JOHANNESBURG: India Won the third cricket Test against South Africa by 63 runs after bundling out the hosts for 177 in their second innings on the fourth day, here on Saturday. In a dramatic turnaround, South African lost their last eight wickets for 53

India vs South Africa: Experts criticise Wanderers pitch, term it "dangerous"

India vs South Africa: Experts criticise Wanderers pitch, term it “dangerous”

India vs South Africa: Experts criticise Wanderers pitch, term it “dangerous” Johannesburg, Jan 26 (PTI) The Wanderers pitch on offer for the ongoing third cricket Test between India and South Africa has come in for sharp criticism with former West Indies fast bowler Michael Holding terming the surface “dangerous”.”This pitch, I think, is dangerous. I

Disciplined South Africa bundle out India for 187 on Day 1

Disciplined South Africa bundle out India for 187 on Day 1

JOHANNESBURG: South Africa rode on a disciplined bowling effort to skittle out India for a paltry 187 in their first innings on the opening day of the third and final cricket Test at the New Wanderers Stadium here on Wednesday. On a wicket that promised good carry and bounce for the faster bowlers, India won

India vs South Africa 3rd Test

3rd Test: Outplayed India pray to avoid series whitewash against SA

India vs South Africa 3rd Test: Johannesburg, (Jan 23) India will aim to avoid an embarrassing series whitewash and salvage some pride when they meet a confident South Africa in the third and final Test match which starts at the Wanderers Stadium here on Wednesday.In the first two Test matches, India were outplayed in every

Wounded India get down to business again ahead of third Test

Wounded India get down to business again ahead of third Test

Wounded India get down to business again ahead of third Test JOHANNESBURG:Looking to Salvage pride in the third Test beginning here on Wednesday, team India got down to business at the Wanderers on Sunday with a practice session that lasted just under four hours.India had lost the first Test in Cape Town by 72 runs,

India beat Pakistan to retain Blind Cricket World Cup title

India beat Pakistan to retain Blind Cricket World Cup title

India beat Pakistan to retain Blind Cricket World Cup title NEW DELHI: Sunil Ramesh slammed a superb 93 as India defeated arch rivals Pakistan by two wickets in a thrilling summit clash to retain the Blind Cricket World Cup title here on Saturday. Batting first, Pakistan amassed 308 runs, courtesy Some useful contribution by Badar

Look at the positives, we took 20 wickets: Dhoni on Test show

Look at the positives, we took 20 wickets: Dhoni on Test show

Look at the positives, we took 20 wickets: Dhoni on Test show CHENNAI: The under-fire Indian Test team got the backing of former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who said there are quite a few positives to pick despite the drubbing handed out by South Africa — the prominent one being the bowlers’ performance. Virat Kohli’s

Kohli named ICC, ODI Cricketer of the Year

Kohli named ICC, ODI Cricketer of the Year

DUBAI –  In phenomenal form across formats, lndian captain Virat Kohli on Thursday named the world cricketer of the year, besides bagging the top honour for ODI players in the ICC annual awards, announced here, In the qualification period from September 21, 2016 to the end of 2017. Kohli scored 2,203 Test runs at an

South Africa end India's nine-series winning streak

South Africa end India’s nine-series winning streak

CENTURION: Indomitable at home, India’s batsmen capitulated in the face of South Africa’s menacing pace attack to suffer a 135-run drubbing in the second Test here today, ending a nine-series unbeaten run for Virat Kohli’s world No.1 side. After the 72-run loss in the opening Test, the margin got bigger here as the visitors handed

India bowl out S. Africa for 258; need 287 to clinch second test

India bowl out S. Africa for 258; need 287 to clinch second test

India bowl out S. Africa for 258; need 287 to clinch second Test CENTURION: India bowled out South Africa for 258 in their second innings on Tuesday the fourth day of the second cricket Test here and set themselves a 287-run victory target. AB de Villiers (80) and captain Faf du Plessis (48) were the

Ashwin’s three, lively fielding drive India’s fightback

CENTURION: India affected a dramatic turn around by taking three wickets for five runs in the last hour to reduce South Africa to 269 for six at stumps on the opening day of the second Test here. Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin snared three crucial wickets as the visitors fought back after the duo of Hashim Amla

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