Former India captain and current BCCI President, Sourav Ganguly is a popular figure in India and all round the world. Soon, we might get to see a biopic on the cricketer. He has often been quizzed about the idea of making a
New Zealand are well ahead of India in the ongoing Test match in Wellington. Colin de Grandhomme and Kyle Jamieson’s respective forties helped the hosts take a lead of 183 runs. New Zealand made 348 in reply to India’s 165. There were
Ishant Sharma proved his mettle yet again, this time in the ongoing Test match in Wellington. The senior pacer bagged a five-for against New Zealand and got India back in the match. Former Australia pacer Jason Gillespie was mighty impressed with the
Former India cricketer VVS Laxman wasn’t impressed with skipper Virat Kohli’s tactics in the ongoing Test match. New Zealand lost a wicket in the very first ball of the third day’s play but the tail fought hard to bring the hosts on
India’s reliable batsman Cheteshwar Pujara consumed 81 balls for 11 runs but failed to bail the visitors out of trouble. Pujara’s long vigil helped take away the shine of the ball but the Kiwis struck at the right time to tilt momentum.
Test debutant Kyle Jamieson couldn’t have asked for a better start. The six feet and eight inches tall man has a towering personality and he did something similar with the bat. Jamieson hit an entertaining 45-ball 44. The rookie international hit four
Senior pacer Ishant Sharma kept India alive in the ongoing Test match against New Zealand. It is Sharma’s 11th five-for and it couldn’t have come at a better time. The hosts scored 348 in reply to India’s 165 in the first innings.
Social Media can be a curse at times and who understands that better than Windies pacer Oshane Thomas. The pacer escaped serious injuries as he was involved in an accident last Sunday. The 23-year-old cricketer was involved in a two-vehicle collision and
Pace spearhead Ishant Sharma has been a stand out performer for India in the ongoing Test against New Zealand. The lanky fast bowler broke the back of the opposition with figures of 3/31. Sharma arrived in New Zealand mere 72 hours before
Australia’s swashbuckling batsman Chris Lynn is one of the finest hitters of the ball. He is an asset in the shortest format of the game and can launch the white-ball at will. He is currently wielding his willow in the Pakistan Super