Free Press Journal
  • South Africa crush England by 340 runs

    South Africa won a Test at Trent Bridge for the first time since 1965 despite being without suspended fast bowler Kagiso Rabada, banned from this match for swearing at Ben Stokes at Lord’s

  • Hashim Amla exits as South Africa grind Eng down

    Nottingham : England finally saw the back of Hashim Amla but South Africa remained in a commanding position as they continued their bid for a series-levelling win in the second Test at Trent Bridge. At tea, the Proteas were 236 for four in their second innings — a lead of 366 runs — after Amla had fallen for 87.

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    Indian-origin student killed by boxer who breached bail in UK

    London: An Indian-origin student who was killed in a brawl in England in 2011 was punched by a boxer who had breached his bail conditions from a previous offence, a new report revealed today. Jagdip Randhawa, 19, from south-west London, was punched by boxer Clifton Ty Mitchell during a night out in the city of Leeds on October 12.

  • Ronaldinho to visit Mumbai on Friday

    New Delhi : Former FIFA World Player of the Year Ronaldinho will visit India on Friday and explore his future with Premier Futsal, a variation of football played indoors.

  • Wait and watch to know new coach

    Ganguly made it clear that they are looking at the bigger picture for the next two years and will take a decision in the best interest of Indian cricket.

  • Ali sends South Africa spinning to first Test defeat at Lord’s

    London: Moeen Ali took six wickets as England beat South Africa by 211 runs to win the first Test at Lord’s with more than a day to spare on Sunday. The Proteas, set 331 to win, collapsed to 119 all out inside 37 overs. The result meant Joe Root, who made 190 in the hosts’ first innings 458, enjoyed a resounding victory in his first Test as England captain, with his side now 1-0

  • Morne Morkel sparks England collapse in 1st Test

    London : Morne Morkel led South Africa’s fightback with the ball as England collapsed on the fourth morning of the first Test at Lord’s on Sunday.

  • Rooney rejoins Everton from Manchester United

    Rooney – whose move comes the day after United announced they had agreed terms with Everton over buying their leading scorer Romelu Lukaku – will hope the move also revives his international career which also stalled last season.

  • England see off dangerman Quinton de Kock in first Test

    London : Quinton de Kock made a superb counter-attacking fifty only to fall shortly before lunch on the third day at Lord’s as England stayed on top in the first Test against South Africa.

  • Why Virat Kohli is the undisputed king of world cricket

    Is Virat Kohli the best batsman in the world? Is Virat Kohli going through a purple patch? Is Virat Kohli unstoppable when it comes to chases in ODI cricket? Is Virat the modern one-day great? The answer to all the above questions is in affirmative.

  • Kagiso Rabada gets one-Test suspension for misconduct

    London: South African pacer Kagiso Rabada has been suspended for next week’s second Test against England at Trent Bridge for breaching ICC’s ‘Code of Conduct’ during the opening day’s play of first Test. Rabada has accumulated four demerit points within a 24- month period following his latest breach for which he received a 15 per cent fine and one demerit point. During the opening day’s play in the Lord’s Test against England on Thursday,

  • When Tendulkar left Jonny boy wobbling with toe-crushing yorker

    Not many cricket teams in the world were happy playing against the side that had Sachin Tendulkar. The Indian batting legend has more often than not, tormented opposition bowlers with his impeccable technique and aggression. At 17, the Mumbai batsman tormented Graham Gooch’s English side when he struck a brilliant fourth innings ton, which was also his maiden Test century, to save a match in Manchester.

  • Pay dispute: Oz A players boycott South Africa tour

    “It is with great frustration that with no progress towards resolving the current dispute, Australia A players confirm they will not tour South Africa,” ACA said in a statement.

  • Joe Root and Ben Stokes revive England at Lord’s

    London : Joe Root and Ben Stokes marked their first Test innings as England captain and vice-captain respectively with fifties as the hosts fought back on the first day of the series opener against South Africa at Lord’s.