Australia have won the fourth Test match of the ongoing Ashes and has retained the urn in England for the first time since 2001. England lost the Test match by 185 runs in Manchester. The Australian bowlers’ produced a brilliant effort to
Australia retained Ashes urn on England soil for the first time since 2001. With an inexperienced captain at the helm in the form of Tim Paine, Australia had an onerous task against England but Steven Smith has made the thing look easy
Australia won the fourth Ashes Test match at Old Trafford by a big margin of 185 runs. Craig Overton and the rest of England’s lower order gave some headache to the visitors but could not keep them away from retaining the Ashes.
Steven Smith’s impressive international cricket return after completing his suspension period has opened up his returning chapter of international captaincy. However, the Cricket Australia (CA) is likely not thinking about Smith’s captaincy return at present as Tim Paine’s captaincy has impressed them.
On Thursday (1st August), England and Australia will meet at Edgbaston (Birmingham) to begin the first Test of the Ashes 2019. It will also be the opening Test of the inaugural ICC World Test Championship (2019-21). While it is the five-match Test
After a fine time, Tim Paine makes the headlines, as Ashes Test series is on its way to hit the screens. However, he comes up with the good news to the Australian fans, as the left-handed batsman Usman Khawaja is likely to
Looks like the ‘babysitter’ tag will never leave Rishabh Pant. Ever since Australia skipper Tim Paine sledged the India wicketkeeper, the cricketing world has been making sure that the tag does not fade away. Recently, Star Sports released an advertisement inspired from
For many, many years, we didn’t have someone who would ‘talk a little’ behind the stumps. As MS Dhoni had led India for nearly a decade and that how calm and composed he remains on the field; expecting some verbal volleys coming
Australia National Cricket Team Test captain, Tim Paine spoke highly of MS Dhoni ahead of the ODI series. The former India captain, Dhoni is potentially on his last Australia tour. Though the selectors overlooked him for the T20Is later last year, MS
Australian skipper Tim Paine gave credit to the Indian team for outplaying them in the four-match series. Paine who was handed over the captaincy of sinking Australian team said he knows how difficult it is to win overseas. In fact, this is