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England, New Zealand should have been named joint winners of 2019 WC, feels ex-Indian opener Gautam Gambhir

New Delhi/UNI:  Former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir feels New Zealand was the most consistent side in 2019 ICC ODI World Cup and deserved to be the joint winner of the tournament alongside England, saying it was unfortunate that Kiwis lost the final on boundary count.

Lockie Ferguson, who was put in isolation over coronavirus fear, will now fly to NZ

Sydney/IBNS:  Lockie Ferguson, New Zealand fast bowler, was put in isolation after the cricketer complained of sore throat at the end of the first ODI against Australia.

Coronavirus hits cricket: ODI, Two series between Australia and New Zealand postponed

Sydney/IBNS: Amid Coronavirus spread across the globe, Australia's one-day international series against New Zealand has been postponed.

Australia-New Zealand series postponed amid Coronavirus outbreak

Dubai/IBNS: The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Saturday announced that the ongoing Australia-New Zealand One Day International (ODI) series has been postponed amid the outbreak of the deadly Novel Coronavirus.

New Zealand beat India by seven wickets, clinch series 2-0

Christchurch/IBNS: India received a massive jolt in the New Zealand tour as the homeside defeated the visitors by seven wickets in the second Test match to complete a 2-0 clean sweep of the series here on Monday.

Test: India struggle at 90/6 against Kiwis on Day 2 despite heroic performance by bowlers 

Christchurch/UNI: India were reduced to 90 for six in their second innings after dismissing New Zealand for 235 on day two of the second Test match at the Hagley Oval here on Sunday.

Michael Vaughan posts tough comment for Indian team over their performance in NZ so far

London/IBNS: In a tough comment, former England skipper Michael Vaughan slammed the Indian cricket team for their performance in the ongoing Test series against New Zealand and said Virat Kohli and his men cannot be regarded as a great team till they start winning in places like England and New Zealand.

Second Test: After bowling out India for 242, NZ score 63/0 at stumps on day 1

Christchurch/IBNS: After bowling out India for 242, New Zealand scored 63/0 in the first innings at stumps on day one of the second Test match here on Saturday.

Second Test: New Zealand bowl out India for 242 in first innings

Christchurch/IBNS: New Zealand bowled out India for 242 in the first innings of second Test match here on Saturday.

Women's T20 WC: India beat New Zealand by 4 runs, enter knockout stage

Melbourne/UNI: India defeated New Zealand by four runs in a thrilling contest to cement a semifinal berth in the ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020, here on Thursday.

Women's World Cup: India beat New Zealand by 4 runs

Melbourne/IBNS: India defeated New Zealand by four runs in a group match of the Women's T20 World Cup at Junction Oval here on Thursday.

Women's World Cup: India set 134 as target for New Zealand

Melbourne/IBNS: India set a target of 134 in front of New Zealand to win the group match in the Women's T20 World Cup at Junction Oval here on Thursday.

New Zealand thrash India by 10 wickets to go 1-0 up in the series

Wellington/IBNS: New Zealand registered a 10-wicket victory against India in the first Test match here on Monday as Virat Kohli and his men received yet another jolt after their defeat in the ODI series.

India finish day's play at 144/4, trail NZ by 39 runs still 

Wellington/UNI: India were 144 for four in their second innings at stumps on the third day of the first Test against New Zealand, here on Sunday.

Wellington Test: New Zealand 216/5 at stumps on day 2, lead India by 51 runs

Wellington/IBNS: After bowling out India cheaply, New Zealand took a decent lead of 51 runs as they scored 216/5 at stumps on the second day of first Test match at Basin Reserve here on Saturday.