Sydney: Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne is "grateful" for the praise heaped on him by Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar, who s...Read More
The Kangaroos did not have the big opening stand as they lost David Warner in the fourth over after scoring 15 runs.
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Ben Stokes was awarded the Best Cricketer of the Year trophy while Rohit Sharma and Pat Cummins won the ODI PLayer of the Year and Test P...Read More
Labuschage recently grabbed his career-best ranking and moved to the third place in the latest ICC Test player rankings after a match-win...Read More
The 25-year-old has moved up one slot after scores of 215 and 59 that not only made him the 'Player of the Match' but also helped him cli...Read More
By Ayaz Memon
As like-for-like substitute for injured Steve Smith, Labuschagne could bat even though he was not part of the original playing XI. He mad...Read More
Starry rise of Marnus Labuschagne has taken cricket world by surprise
Sydney: New Zealand made a secure start after a Marnus Labus-chagne double century lifted Australia to a massive 454 first innings total ...Read More
Sydney: Marnus Labuschagne scored his fourth century in six matches this summer as Australia continued its dominance of New Zealand this ...Read More
Currently ranked fourth in the ICC Test rankings, Australia's newfound No. 3 started the year in 110th place. But following scores of 63 ...Read More
If Labuschagne, 25, manages to slam a ton at the MCG, he will join an elite list of Aussie cricketers who have scored a century in four c...Read More
Labuschagne has averaged 58.05 since making his Test debut last year, scoring hundreds in his last three games.
The visitors were never in contention after losing their first wicket with just six runs on the board and were unable to push the match i...Read More
Perth: Marnus Labuschagne's 143 set Australia up for a challenging total of 416 as they were all out on the stroke of tea against New Zea...Read More
Perth: Emerging Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne on Thursday posted his third successive Test century to frustrate a resilient New Z...Read More
Labuschagne has accounted 793 runs from 13 innings including his unbeaten 126* against Pakistan on Day 1 of the day-night Test.
Adelaide: David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne both plundered back-to-back centuries as Australia stamped their authority on the opening d...Read More
Centuries for Kohli, Labuschagne, Mayank Agarwal and BJ Watling over the last month sees them rise in the latest Test rankings, which als...Read More
Kingston: India skipper Virat Kohli has endorsed the new ICC rule on concussion substitutes, saying it makes total sense to replace a pla...Read More
Holding a first-innings advantage of 112 runs, the Australians were 82-3 by tea with Marnus Labuschagne on 13 and Travis Head on 17.