India to play South Africa in third T20 International tomorrow

Virat Kohli’s familiar exuberance and pep talks drowned the chatter around Rishabh Pant as India prepared to play South Africa in the third T20 International here tomorrow, seeking a 2-0 series verdict. Continue Reading

World Cup: I am happy with my contribution, says Kohli

Indian bowlers, led by the deadly Mohammed Shami, produced yet another splendid performance to put their team on the cusp of a semi-final berth with a 125-run rout of the West Indies in their sixth World Cup encounter here Thursday. Continue Reading

Mumbai Indians have upper hand over CSK in IPL 2019 finals Sunday

Mumbai will be well-rested following a four-day break and backing themselves for a fourth win over Dhoni’s side this season and fourth IPL title. Continue Reading

World Cup squad: Pant misses out, Vijay Shankar to fit into No. 4 slot

The selection of Dinesh Karthik, however, has now come as a surprise as the selectors have gone in for experience behind the stumps. Dinesh Karthik will now be playing in his second World Cup, 12 years after featuring in the 2007 edition. Continue Reading

Vijay Shankar, Dinesh Karthik included in India World Cup squad

Call it a surprise: Tamilnadu’s Dinesh Karthik and Vijay Shankar have been included in the 15-member squad for the World Cup to be played in England this June. Continue Reading

K L Rahul very respectful towards women: Preity Zinta

India batsman KL Rahul is “very respectful towards women” and it was sad to see him become a subject of nationwide criticism in the wake of his and Hardik Pandya’s sexist remarks on a chat chow, Kings XI Punjab co-owner and noted actor Preity Zinta said Friday. Continue Reading

IPL 2019: Sunrisers Hyderabad clash with Mumbai Indians Saturday

Come tomorrow, Sunrisers will play Mumbai Indians, who are back on track after a huge win against defending champions Chennai Super Kings. Continue Reading

IPL 2019: Fleming all praise for Pandya’s all-round performance

Pandya hit three sixes and one four in his unbeaten blitzkrieg and later picked up three wickets for 20 runs, including that of rival team skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, to help Mumbai Indians halt Chennai Super Kings at 133 for 8 and hand them their first defeat of the season. Continue Reading