Captain Virat Kohli had no qualms in admitting that India were outplayed by New Zealand in the opening Test but said they ‘can’t help it’ if a few want to make a ”big deal” out of one loss. Continue Reading
News Today photo journalists R Pugazh Murugan captured the proceedings of the match with lens.
Virat Kohli will be venturing into the unknown with a clean slate, where a few seasoned hands will be backing a group of immensely talented youngsters, in his quest for World T20 title which begins with a three-match bilateral series against South Africa here on Sunday. Continue Reading
He has always been a quintessential hero of Indian batting line-up but skipper Virat Kohli is happy playing a protagonist, who does not mind letting his deputy Rohit Sharma take the World Cup centre-stage. Continue Reading
Australia have won the World Cup 5 times while India have lifted the trophy twice in 1983 and 2011. New Zealand and England are yet to win the title. Continue Reading
The focus remains firmly on the World Cup but India would also be desperate to ensure that a home series does not slip out of their grip when they take on Australia in the second and final T20 International here Wednesday. Continue Reading
London: Alastair Cook believes England can end decades of World Cup disappointment with a triumph on home soil this year. England have never won the men’s World Cup, but with 100 days to go until the start of the latest edition, a team captained by Eoin Morgan are top of the 50-over world rankings. Continue Reading