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    Shoaib Akhtar lauds Rohit Sharma-led Team India after Bangladesh T20Is

    In the third and final T20, on Sunday India won with the series tied at 1-1. Rohit Sharma-led Team India lost the coin toss and bated first in Nagpur. Rohit and Shikhar Dhawan were out of game so soon before the young brigade such as KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer propelled the team score to 174 for 5 courtesy their respective half-centuries. Bangla Tigers have fighting spirit...

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    Virat Kohli seen playing 'gully cricket' with Indore kids

    Ahead of first Test against Bangladesh, skipper Virat Kohli was seen enjoying a game with kids during a gully cricket session in Indore. India is to play a two-match Test series against the guest on 14 and 22 November where the first match is to be played at Holkar Stadium in Indore. It will be followed by India's first-ever Day/Night Test at the Eden Garden's in Kolkata. Kohli...

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    Sri Lanka brings in tougher penalties for match-fixing

    In Monday, Sri Lanka introduced tougher penalties and restrictions to fight scandals in the team. Cricket is not new to scandals revolving around match-fixing and in order to keep the sport healthy and fare, Sri Lanka has tightened sports betting restrictions. "Many tried to prevent this piece of legislation, but I am happy that it was taken up today," said the Sports Minister...

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    India cheers for Deepak Chahar

    India will always remember this day when pacer Deepak Chahar made history with his sensational performance as he grabbed six wickets for the team which included a hat-trick. On Sunday, India beat Bangladesh by 30 runs in Nagpur, winning the T20I series with 2-1. Nagpur witnessed remarkable bowling skills by none other than Chahar with 6/7 in 3.2 overs that knocked down Bangladesh team. Chahar became the first...

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    Shafali Verma becomes the youngest Indian to smash International fifty

    At just 15-years-age, Shafali Verma takes the lead to become India's youngest cricketer to smash International fifty. Surpassing Indian master-blaster Sachin Tendulkar who was 16 years and 214 days old when he achieved the feat had held the record of being the youngest batsman but now Shafali becomes the proud owner of the records at 15 years and 286 days. The Board of...

    • 2 days ago
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    CM Gautam, and Abrar Kazi arrested allegedly on spot-fixing charges !!

    Gautam, captain of Bellary Tuskers, and Kazi from the same team have been charged of spot fixing in the Karnataka Premier League (KPL) final earlier this year allegating them that they have accepted INR 20 lakh for "slow batting" in the final against Hubli Tigers, which the Tuskers lost by eight runs. Both are also alleged to have been involved in fixing another...

    • 5 days ago
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    Rohit Sharma, the second player to feature in 100 T20Is

    India's batting machine Rohit Sharma on Thursday achieved yet another height in his career as he became the second cricketer to play his 100th T20Is. Shoaib Malik is only other male cricketer to have achieved the feat. India's women captain Harmanpreet Kaur was the first Indian cricketer to have reached the mark of featuring in 100 T20I matches. Along with Kaur, 10 women...

    • 5 days ago
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    INDvsBAN: Second T20, India makes a strong comeback with 8 wickets win

    After a disappointing match in Delhi, India makes a strong comeback in Rajkot. Rohit Sharma took his 9-run unsatisfactory innings in Delhi a bit too personally as he played a smashing 85-run knock in Rajkot taking India to a fabulous 8 wickets win with 26 balls remaining. Both countries sitting at one win each (1-1), third match of the three-match series will decide who gets...

    • 5 days ago
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    Pat Cummins rested for Perth T20I

    It is reported that pacer Pat Cummins will be on rest for the upcoming Test series T20 against Pakistan. He flew down to Perth instead Sydney. "It's a little bit of recovery and preparing for the Test match," Justin Langer, the Australian head coach, said. "We've got so much cricket on and he plays a lot of it so we've got the opportunity for him not to take the long flight to...

    • 7 days ago
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    None kind of pressure on team India from the management says Chahal!!!

    After India lost their T-20 international against Bangladesh in Delhi, Legspinner Yuzvendra Chahal, on Tuesday (November 5), denied that India facing any kind of pressure from the management instead he cheered audience for their spirited effort with both bat and ball. Ahead of second game in Rajkot, "First of all we should appreciate Bangladesh," Chahal said two...

    • 7 days ago

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