Free Press Journal
  • Chris Woakes marks his return with unbeaten 120 as India struggle on Day 2 of the second Test at Lord’s

    London : Chris Woakes marked his return to Test cricket with a maiden century, and in the able company of Jonny Bairstow, handed England a massive advantage over a beleaguered India in the second match here on Saturday. Woakes struck a polished ton as England finished day three in a dominant position, reaching 357 for six when bad light stopped play at the Lord’s.

  • Good to see Ishant leading attack: Ashish Nehra

    Mumbai : Former India pacer Ashish Nehra feels that presently India has a potent fast bowling unit, and is particularly pleased with the display of seasoned seamer Ishant Sharma in the first Test of the current series in England.

  • SRH have performed well even without Bhuvi: Pathan

    Mumbai : Former India pacer Irfan Pathan has heaped praise on the bowling attack of Sunrisers Hyderabad saying they have performed well even without their pace spearhead Bhuvaneshwar Kumar.

  • Hyderabad derails Mumbai

    Mumbai : On a tricky pitch to bat on at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, fancied Mumbai Indians restricted Sunrisers Hyderabad to a paltry 118, which was the lowest total so far this season. But, their joy was short-lived, as Hyderabad bowlers produced a spirited performance even without their spearhead Bhuvaneshwar Kumar to bundle out Mumbai on 87. Mumbai Indians, favourite  to win this match at their home ground after restricting Hyderabad

  • Sunrisers have strongest bowling attack, says Faulkner

    Mumbai : Australian all-rounder James Faulkner feels Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) have the strongest bowling attack in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) with the likes of in-form pacer Bhuvaneshwar Kumar and leg spinner Rashid Khan in their rank.

  • India Vs South Africa: AB de Villiers the genius changed the game in an over

    The big build up to India’s tour of South Africa did not disappoint with 13 wickets falling during the day. The India bowlers enjoyed bowling on the green-ish wickets. They dominated most of the day. Bhuvaneshwar Kumar was pick of the bowlers picking up four wickets, the others tried supporting Bhuvi through the day but were rather disappointing on a juicy track.

  • SRH signs big-name sponsors

    Hyderabad: Defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad have unveiled a line-up of big name sponsors, as the squad gears up to defend its title in the landmark 10th season of the cash-rich league. Ultratech, Jio, Astral Bondtite, Canara Bank, Nerolac, Kurl On, Sun Direct and Red FM have all signed on as partners for ythe season. Gillette, Apollo Hospitals, UB, Tyka and Motul Oil have also partnered with the franchise. K Shanmugam, Sunrisers Hyderabad

  • Fines and Punishment for a team makes you tough

    Discipline in a cricket team is necessary. Should cricketer be the ‘enforcer’ a ‘tough guy’ ready to absorb punishment from real tough guys in the team? Asks V Gangadhar.