While the upcoming World Cup is just more than three months away to begin, Australian limited-overs captain Aaron Finch claimed that the opening slot for the World Cup is still open. England and Wales will host the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup
Cricket is a great leveller and Ishant Sharma’s career is one of the best examples of it. In the summer of 2013, Ishant became the toast of the nation after delivering a match-turning over in the final of the ICC Champions Trophy.
MS Dhoni had faced severe criticism for his slow knock in the first ODI against Australia. The former India wicketkeeper-batsman had come to the crease when India were reeling at 4 for 3 while chasing 288. Unsurprisingly, MS Dhoni as well as Rohit took
Dinesh Karthik, on Tuesday, once again showed why the team has been hell-bent on giving him a longer rope despite his inconsistent displays in recent times. Karthik showed his finishing abilities when he slammed 29 off 8 balls against Bangladesh to guide
Virat Kohli scored a sizzling ton while MS Dhoni went on to hit an unbeaten fifty to help India beat Australia by six wickets in the second ODI and level the series. Batting first, Australia scored a challenging 298 for 9 in
Just a couple of days ago, veteran wicketkeeper-batsman MS Dhoni was facing criticism for his slow knock in the first ODI against Australia. The former India wicketkeeper-batsman had come to the crease when India were reeling at 4 for 3 while chasing 288.
Australia won the toss and decided to bat first against India in the second and penultimate match of the series in Adelaide. Here is what the captains said: Aaron Finch: “We are gonna bat first mate. Looks like a good wicket to
Australia started 2019 on a promising note, beating the formidable India by 34 runs in the first ODI to go one nil up in the three-match series. It is a stunning start by the reigning World Cup champions considering their horrific performance
The 40-year-old World Cup history has seen a lot of wonderful batting performances from several legends in the name of Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting, Allan Border, Sir Viv Richards. But on many occasions, some batsmen literally blew apart the opposition’s bowling and