Amit Mishra quite superbly clinched the man of the series award after India recorded a huge 190 run victory over the black caps on Saturday in the five-match ODI series under lights. There were other contenders such as the likes of Virat
India defeated New Zealand in the 5 match ODI series by 3-2. In the ODI series senior players like Ashwin, Jadeja and Shami were rested. There were some outstanding performances by indidvuals which resulted in India winning the series. Here we look
With six matches in the first two matches, Amit Mishra has had an impressive run in the series so far. The leg-spinner has found it tough to become a regular in the Indian team but due to the absence of the rested
Indian batsman Lokesh Rahul said his compatriot Cheteshwar Pujara is the most competitive batsman in the Indian team. “The most competitive is Pujara, he is very competitive and he takes the PlayStation very seriously”, reveals Team India opener, KL Rahul, while speaking
Gatuam Gambhir said that the spinners will decide the fate of India versus New Zealand test series starting from 22nd September in Green Park Stadium, Kanpur. Both teams have good quality spinners and it depend upon them how the series pans out.
Indian leg-spinner Amit Mishra has matured a lot over the past few years and have grown as a player tremendously with the captaincy. The Virat Kohli-led Indian test team is in fine form as they clinched No.1 test ranking last month but
After squashing the India Green in the last game, the India Blue will be up against the India Red in the final battle of colours. The Red, Blue and Green concept was a new one in Duleep trophy, BCCI added some more
The eventual winner of the game was already decided at the third day’s play, the players on the final day were only performing the formalities and rituals. Some of them were out there for personal milestones as well. On the final day
With just 6 wickets needed on the fifth day to wrap up a comprehensive victory, fans backed India to finish the game soon. However, thanks to the utter grit and determination of the West Indian batsmen, the match ended in a draw.
Indian leg-spinner Amit Mishra is pleased that Anil Kumble is their head coach and a champion spinner. Speaking to the media person in Jamaica on Wednesday, Mishra said, Kumble’s advice will help him to better his art. “I am very lucky that Kumble