Free Press Journal
  • Asia Cup 2018: ‘I will remember this comeback’, says Ravindra Jadeja

    Dubai: Ravindra Jadeja kept count of the number of days he was out of India’s One-day squad and once in, he made it count with four wickets and stated “I don’t have” to prove anything to anyone. The left-arm spinner, who is also a handy bat, returned, in his own words, after around 480 days, with very impressive figures of 4/29 and bagged the Man-of-the-Match Award in India’s seven-wicket win over Bangladesh in

  • Rohit Sharma powers India to easy win

    Rohit hits 83 following Jadeja’s impressive four-wicket haul as Men in Blue beat Bangladesh by 7 wkts

  • Will prepare myself for keeping on turners: Rishabh Pant

    New Delhi : Brimming with confidence after his maiden Test hundred in England, young Rishabh Pant is now aiming to fine-tune his wicket-keeping skills at the NCA ahead of the two-Test series against the West Indies, starting October 4.

  • England hold edge over India

    Jadeja hits unbeaten 86 runs to help visitors post 292 but hosts take 154-run lead on Day 3

  • India vs England: Playing just Tests makes job tougher, I want to play all three formats, says Ravindra Jadeja

    London: Spinner Ravindra Jadeja remains determined to represent India in all three formats as he feels playing only Tests is not enough to keep him in good shape for international cricket. Jadeja took two for 57 on day one of the fifth and final Test, which happens to be his first of the series. “For me the biggest thing is that I am playing for India and maybe some day if I do

  • India can beat England in its own backyard: Ravindra Jadeja

    Birmingham : All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja exuded confidence ahead of the series opener, saying India are the only side which can beat England in its own backyard. “One good thing about Indian cricket is that we have options. Most of the international teams don’t have bowling options left after retirement, but we have everything right now.

  • Jadeja, Ashwin hold on to 3rd and 5th spot in Test rankings

    Dubai : India’s spin duo of Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin held on to the third and fifth position respectively in the latest ICC Test rankings for bowlers, which was headed by England pacer James Anderson ahead of the five-match Test series starting in Birmingham on August 1.

  • Reality bites: India crush Afghans within two days

    Bengaluru : Afghanistan’s dreams of scripting a fairytale turned into a virtual nightmare as a ruthlessly professional India demolished them by an innings and 262 runs inside two days to win the historic one-off Test match here.

  • Chennai are Super Kings of IPL

    Watson’s ton helps CSK crush Hyderabad by eight wickets to clinch third Indian Premier League crown.

  • IPL 2018: MS Dhoni’s funny bone on the field scares Ravindra Jadeja

    We all know MS Dhoni as captain cool and we can say that by his calmness which he shows on the field. He also jokes with his colleagues on field and makes fun of them, many videos of his mischievious side have gone viral on social media. On Sunday, during Chennai Super Kings Indian Premier League match against table-toppers Sunrisers Hyderabad, Dhoni showed his exceptional running and his humorous side in the same

  • MS Dhoni is fastest wicketkeeper against spin bowlers: Hussey

    Pune : Heaping praise on skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batting coach Mike Hussey has termed the former India Test wicket-keeper as the man having the fastest draw of as far as stumping off spinners is concerned. “My observations are he’s got to be the fastest in the world against the spinners in taking the bails off. He’s unbelievably quick,” said the former Australia player after CSK had

  • CSK puts RCB in red zone

    Pune : Chennai Super Kings are virtually through to the Indian Premier League play-offs after a comprehensive six-wicket victory over Royal Challengers Bangalore, courtesy a superb bowling effort from the spin duo of Ravindra Jadeja and Harbhajan Singh.