The opening day’s play between India and Australia in the 2nd Test match at Brisbane has sent temperatures soaring in the Australian camp. Unrelenting weather combined with immaculate execution of batting plans by the Indians found the Aussies cornered at the close of the day’s play. At close of play, India was comfortably placed at
Sad but true, the Indian blind cricket team is the only blind cricket team which is not officially recognized by the cricketing authority of its country. Like our sighted Indian cricketers playing in Australia, this team also represents India in a game of cricket and this team has also gone on to win the 20-20 World Cup as well as the limited overs World Cup. The BCCI must extend full support to the side which is currently under the care of Samarthanam, a non-profitable NGO. The cricket authorities in India can bring light to the world of this Indian cricket team.
India vs Australia is sure to get cricket lovers waking up early in the morning to follow the action. Here is a preview of the second test match due to start at Brisbane in a few hours from now. Gabba in Brisbane is traditionally known for its pace friendly conditions, India might expect to face
Indian cricket and Virat Kohli have special memories from Adelaide. On an absorbing fifth day of the first test against Australia, India led by Virat Kohli came close to another famous overseas Test win at Adelaide but eventually lost by 48 runs. It was always going to be a tough nut to crack – a
Day 4 of the 1st Australia vs India test was an eventful one. The Indian lower middle order could not contribute much to the overnight score of 369/5 as Nathan Lyon and Peter Siddle captured the remaining wickets to restrict India to 444 all out in 116.4 overs. During the course of the Indian innings,
Virat Kohli has delivered when his team needed him the most. The Indian captain scored his 7th test hundred and set a strong foundation for the middle order batsmen. Australia too enjoyed some success as they managed to pick up the valuable wickets of Murli Vijay, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane, who scored well-compiled fifties.
It was an emotional knock for Michael Clarke as he battled a recent tragedy as well as his recurring back pain and yet stood firm to score runs. On reaching his ton, Clarke raised his bat towards the skies and dedicated his innings to his deceased mate even as he wiped off a tear.
The first test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy began on Tuesday according to the reworked schedule. It was a bright sunny morning in Adelaide and a good wicket to bat on. The day kicked off with a tribute to Phillip Hughes who passed away recently. Michael Clarke won the toss and elected to bat. Karn Sharma
Ten days ago, world cricket suffered a major loss in the form of Phillip Hughes. The 25 year-old Australian opener passed away after being hit on the head by a bouncer. Amidst all the tears and the mourning, the Australian team have held themselves strong and are ready to face the touring Indians for the
“25 is not the age. 63 not out is not the score.. And 3 days before your birthday is definitely not the day to retire.” Australian international cricketer Phillip Hughes, who suffered a serious brain injury during a Sheffield Shield match, passed away on Thursday. Two days ago, the 25 year-old batsman was hit at