Ahmedabad/IBNS: India bowled out England for 81 in the second innings of the third Test at the Narendra Modi Stadium here on Thursday.
Ahmedabad/UNI: Axar Patel (6-38) and Rohit Sharma (57) put India in a commanding position on the opening day of the day-night third test against England, as hosts were stumps on 99/3 after bowling out visitors 112, at the Narendra Modi Stadium here on Wednesday.
Ahmedabad/UNI: Ishant Sharma became the second India fast bowler to play 100 Test matches when he took the field against England in the third Test at the Narendra Modi Stadium here on Wednesday.
Ahmedabad:Axar Patel picked up six wickets to destroy the English batting lineup as the opponents were bowled out for 112 runs in the first innings in the first Pink Ball Test played between two nations here on Wednesday.
Ahmedabad/IBNS: England skipper Joe Root won the toss and elected to bat first against India in the second Test match at Narendra Modi Stadium here on Wednesday.
Ahmedabad/IBNS: Virat Kohli's India will take on England in the second Test match, which will be played in pink ball, at Motera in Ahmedabad on Wednesday.
Ahmedabad/UNI: After winning the second Test convincingly, India will take on England in the third Test (Pink ball Test) at the newly-constructed Motera Stadium, here on Wednesday, with both teams well aware that a defeat will end their hopes of making the ICC World Test Championship final.
Adelaide/UNI: India captain Virat Kohli blamed his team's batting intent after his side's humiliating defeat inside three days of the day-night test against Australia, here on Saturday.
Adelaide/UNI: Australia thrashed India by eight wickets on the third day of the day-night Test, to take 1-0 lead in the 4-match Test series, here at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday.
Adelaide: India extended their lead to 62 runs against Australia at the end of the second day of the opening Test match of the 4-match series here on Friday.
Adelaide: Skipper Tim Paine played a captain's knock of unbeaten 73 runs as he helped Australia reduce the gap before a dominant Indian bowling side that bowled out Australia for 191 runs.
Adelaide: India could not move ahead much on the morning of the second day of the first Test match as Australia bowled out the visitors for 244 runs on Friday.
Adelaide/UNI: Australia reduced India to 233/6 at stumps on the opening day of the day-night First Test here at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday.
Kolkata/IBNS: Though Bangladesh were completely outplayed by India in the maiden Pink Ball Test at Eden Gardens, former Australian cricket umpire Simon Taufel feels the Asian country will get better with experience.
Kolkata/IBNS: Netizens targeted former Indian cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar after an audio clip of his interaction between him and commentator Harsha Bhogle went viral online.