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  • IPL 2018: 5 key takeaways from Chennai Super Kings’ win over Delhi Daredevils

    Oh, here we go again! Just when you thought that Delhi Daredevils are back on track, they suffered yet another demoralising defeat against Chennai Super Kings by 13 runs at Pune. Delhi went into the match with a win, but again the same set of errors crept in and now the campaign of Delhi reaching playoffs is looking very bleak and gloomy. Chennai, with the latest win, is now leading the table

  • England vs New Zealand Christchurch Test: Boult, Southee strike, England two down in first session

     Christchurch: Tim Southee and Trent Boult engineered another England meltdown today to have the tourists 150 for five at tea on day one of the second Test here. Jonny Bairstow was not out 30 with Ben Stokes, continuing the cautiousness shown on the final day of the first Test, not out 25. After New Zealand’s strike pair had early success to have England at 38 for two, Joe Root and Mark Stoneman

  • England vs New Zealand Auckland Test: Stuart Broad reaches 400 wickets milestone

    Auckland: Stuart Broad became just the second England bowler to reach 400 Test dismissals when he captured the wicket of Tom Latham on the opening day of the first Test against New Zealand in Auckland on Thursday. In the gathering dusk in the first over after the dinner break, the 31-year-old Nottingham bowler had Latham caught at midwicket by Chris Woakes during the day-night Test    The England players rushed from all

  • England vs New Zealand Auckland Test: Embarrassing 58 leaves England red-faced in pink-ball Test

    Auckland: An 80-run stand by Kane Williamson and Tom Latham easily guided New Zealand to a first-innings lead after England crashed to just 58 all out in a dramatic start to the first Test on Thursday. England were left red-faced in the pink-ball Test when they were skittled for their sixth lowest in Test history in just 94 minutes at Auckland’s Eden Park.

  • England all out for 58 against New Zealand: 5 ducks, 6th lowest score for England; stunning stats

    It was the worst nightmare for England team on the Day 1 of the first Test against New Zealand. English team came to bat and got stuck in the middle for just over an hour and 33 minutes. Trent Boult took six wickets and left England in tatters. Boult took 6/32 to destroy visitors top order. At 23 for 8, England threatened New Zealand’s most unwanted record of the

  • England vs New Zealand Auckland Test: Trent Boult destroys England for 58 in first innings

    Auckland: A destructive six-wicket haul by Trent Boult left England in tatters during a first innings that lasted just 20.4 overs in the opening session of the first Test in Auckland on Thursday. At 23 for 8, England threatened New Zealand’s most unwanted record of the lowest ever Test score, 26, before they recovered to be all out for 58. At 27 for 9, England’s lowest Test innings of 45 — against

  • New Zealand vs West Indies 2nd ODI: Lightning Boult destroys Windies as Kiwi clinch series

    Christchurch: A career best seven for 34 by Trent Boult destroyed the West Indies as New Zealand wrapped up their one-day international series with a game to spare in Christchurch today. Boult had three for six after his first three overs as the West Indies fell apart at the start of their innings after being set an imposing 326-run target.

  • India vs New Zealand: What’s common to Boult, Behrendorff, Amir and the Indian cricket team?

    New Zealand’s tour of India got off to a perfect start as visitors defeated hosts by six wickets in the first ODI at Wankhede, Mumbai. India, riding on Virat Kohli’s 31st century (second most in ODIs after Sachin Tendulkar) amassed 280/8 in the allotted 50 overs, with Trent Boult picking up 4/35 supported by slow left-arm bowler Mitchell Santner picking up 1/41 and Tim Southee picking up 3/73.

  • ‘You can’t be playing cricket at 2am’

    Bengaluru : Kolkata Knight Riders pacer Nathan Coulter-Nile said there is a need to have a fresh look at the IPL rules after a 1.30 am finish to their rain-hit IPL eliminator against Sunrisers Hyderabad here.

  • Tim Southee out of third Test

    Wellington : New Zealand and South Africa were both hit by injuries on Thursday, two days from the start of the third Test, with Tim Southee ruled out and Quinton de Kock in doubt.

  • South Africa buoyed as New Zealand lose Boult

    Wellington : New Zealand bowling spearhead Trent Boult has been ruled out of the second Test starting in Wellington on Thursday, lifting South Africa’s chances of going one up in the series.

  • NZ stun Oz, take series

    Hamilton : A six-wicket haul for Trent Boult and a Ross Taylor century carried New Zealand to a 24-run victory over Australia in the third one-day international today to win the series 2-0.

  • India lead Kiwi by 276 runs on the third day

    New Zealand has bowled out for 299 in the final session as R Ashwin finished with a six-wicket haul. It’s a brilliant performance once again from the crafty spinner. Jimmy Naeesham offered resistance but was undone on 71.

  • India lose openers to reach 75/2 at lunch on Day 1

    Indore: Comeback man Gautam Gambhir’s short little innings promised a lot before he fizzled out as India reached 75 for two against New Zealand at lunch on the opening day of the third cricket Test, here today.

  • Team India set for third clean sweep in four years

    Indore: The series already in their pocket and the number one ranking cemented, a dominant India go into the third Test against New Zealand here tomorrow, aiming yet another clean sweep of a Test rubber at home.

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