Australian legend Dean Jones has expressed his views on the Kohli-Smith debate. He has weighed in on the conversation by asserting who he believes is the better of both across formats. The comparison has again gained rise as both batters have had
Pakistan’s former pace spearhead Shoaib Akhtar has lavished praised on Team India after their solid performance in the third and final ODI in Benguluru. Akhtar believes that this is a new Indian team and unlike his playing days. India thumped Australia in
Team India leader Virat Kohli has surpassed the former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni to become the all time leading run-scoring captain for India across formats. Kohli has achieved this feat during the third and final ODI of the India-Australia series in Bengaluru.
The home team India won their first ODI series in 2020 after beating the visitors Australia in the three-match ODI series by the 2-1 margin. On Sunday (19th January) , they won the third and final match of this series at Bengaluru
The hitman of World cricket Rohit Sharma has played another masterclass against Australia in the third ODI of the series in Bangalore. He played a crucial knock of 119 runs to help India cruise past Australia in the decider of the series.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli played another gritty knock in the decider of the three-match series between India and Australia. His performance during the series helped him win the Man of the Series award. Virat Kohli scored another scintillating half-century in the final
Team India’s staggering opener, Rohit Sharma has become the fastest opener to score 7000 One-Day International (ODI) runs. He achieved the milestone on Friday while batting in a game against Australia in Rajkot. Rohit Sharma has taken the fewest innings (137) to
Team India suffered two injury scares in the second ODI against Australia in Rajkot. Shikhar Dhawan, who scored 96 off 90, was hit on the rib cage by Pat Cummins while Rohit Sharma suffered a shoulder issue while fielding. As a result
The hosts India won the second game of the three-match ODI series against Australia (at Rajkot) by 36 runs and have levelled this series by 1-1. After losing the toss, the hosts managed to score 340/6 (50 overs) in the first innings.
Former England skipper Michael Vaughan took to micro-blogging site Twitter, to express his views about Team India’s recent performances. He further spoke about the crisis that the team is going through. In the last two World Cups, Team India has been eliminated