Former India opener, Sunil Gavaskar feels that the Indian bowlers let the match slip away from their grab by allowing Tim Paine and Cameron Green to forge an unbeaten 6th wicket partnership. Australia ended Day 1 of the ongoing Test match in
Former India captain, Sunil Gavaskar heaps rich praises for Marnus Labuschagne after the latter notched up his fifth Test hundred on Day 1 of the ongoing fourth and last Test of the Border-Gavaskar series against India in Brisbane. Labuschagne has been in
Australian batting juggernaut Marnus Labuschagne reckoned that the hosts may slightly ahead in the series-decider at the Gabba at stumps on day 01 but admitted that India, despite their heavily depleted attack, hung in there for the best part of the day.
Former Australian spinner, Shane Warne has revealed that he and Andrew Symonds have apologized to Marnus Labuschagne for their derogatory remarks on the right-hander’s eccentricities. A week ago, both the former cricketers were preparing for their commentary stint for a Big Bash
Australian middle-order batsman Marnus Labuschagne hailed the efforts of the Indian batsmen as they managed to eke out a draw by batting four sessions in the fourth innings at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) against a world-class bowling attack. India after being
The fifth day of the New Year Test between Australia and India proved to be a grueling affair as Cheteshwar Pujara and Rishabh Pant led the visitor’s fightback against the odds. The partnership of 148 was enough to keep the Australian players
Steve Smith has returned to his supreme form for Australia after low scores in a couple of Tests against India in the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Trophy. The right-hander, on Saturday (January 10), notched up his 30th Test fifty during Australia’s second innings in
Former Australia cricketers Shane Warne and Andrew Symonds have landed in major controversy for making derogatory remarks about Marnus Labuschagne on-air. Both Shane Warne and Symonds were preparing to commentate during Friday’s Big Bash League match between Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Renegades
On day two of the ongoing third Test between India and Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), Marnus Labuschagne kept chirping non-stop to unsettle the Indian batsmen. He first targeted young opener Shubman Gill who was playing just his second Test.
Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne was at his amusing best when he took to the field in the second innings of the third Test between Australia and India. Marnus Labuschagne had a couple of hilarious jibes at the Indian openers, Shubman Gill and