New Zealand are in cruise control of the 1st Test as they ended a rain-marred Day 2 on 152/1. Skipper Kane Williamson led his side brilliantly with a classy 65*. He was supported by Tom Lantham (56*) from the other end, as the duo frustrated the famed Indian spin ploy throughout the day. Earlier, some
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The stage is set for Twenty 20 cricket’s biggest spectacle! The much-awaited ICC World T20 is finally here and the mega event will see 10 teams battle hard to lay their hands on the biggest prize of T20 international cricket. The top eight teams, namely India, West Indies, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, England, Pakistan
Joe Root and Eoin Morgan hit brilliant centuries for England as they chased down a mammoth target of 350 in just 44 overs, in the 4th ODI against New Zealand at Trent Bridge. Batting first, New Zealand posted a massive 349/7 in 50 overs. For the Kiwis, Kane Williamson top scored with 90(70) while Martin
New Zealand beat England by 13 runs in a high-scoring, rain-affected encounter at The Oval on Friday. Choosing to bat first, the Kiwis posted a mammoth 398/5 in 50 overs, riding on Ross Taylor’s 96-ball 119 and Kane Williamson’s 88-ball 93. England were given a revised D/L target of 379 from 46 overs, after a
Day 23 of the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup started with another upset win. South Africa succumbed to an impressive Pakistani bowling attack. Waqar Younis’ men now, have a quarterfinal spot in their reach after their third win in Pool B. As for South Africa the usual questions about their ability to manage a chase
Co-hosts of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 and traditional cricketing rivals Australia and New Zealand played out a low-scoring thriller on Saturday with the Black Caps managing to hold their nerves to record a one-wicket victory at Eden Park in Auckland. The New Zealanders almost buckled as their middle order batsmen were rolled over by
The top teams will be back in action as Cricket world cup 2015 co-hosts New Zealand take on England tomorrow, at Wellington. While the Kiwis hold the upper hand on the eve of the match, the Englishmen would like to redefine their World Cup prospects with a good performance in tomorrow’s game. However, a demoralizing
Scotland were on the brink of causing the second upset of the tournament before the Kiwis scampered to a three wicket win. The Kiwis won the match, chasing a paltry target of 143. A solid start by the co-hosts was thrown away, as the middle order collapse raised serious questions about their batting unit. Trent
Corey Anderson hit a quick-fire 75 off 46 balls as New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 98 runs in their first fixture of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.