India witnessed a 10-wicket defeat in the first Test and a seven-wicket defeat in the second Test against New Zealand. India skipper Kohl...Read More
Shami (4/81 in 23.1 overs) and Bumrah (3/62 in 22 overs) were brilliant in their execution, dismissing New Zealand for 235 in 73.1 overs ...Read More
Tom Latham (27) and Tom Blundell (29) provided the host a solid start. They are trailing by 179 runs.
By Viraj Soni
Kyle Jamieson played the role of destructor-in-chief when he blew away the Indian batting lineup with his fantastic bowling.
India were steady at 194 for five at tea but lost wickets in quick succession after the play resumed.
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This time around he got out after scoring just 12 runs in the first innings of the second Test.
In the first Test he returned with poor scores of 2 and 19. Apparently, the trend has followed him in the second Test as well.
BCCI's official handle posted a video of the drill and in it, Nick Webb, the team's head strength and conditioning coach explained the wh...Read More
Gambhir believes the skipper needs an 'emotionally charged' performance to be back at his best.
Ishant was the only bright star in an otherwise damp performance by the Indians in the first Test against the Kiwis.
This match will play as the ultimate showdown between the two teams as the result will determine which team had the more successful series.
Kapil said that when playing for their country, players need to be giving their best and this should not get compromised because they put...Read More
Indian pacer Ishant Sharma was the only bright light in an otherwise damp performance by the Indians in the first Test match against New ...Read More
The Indian batting line-up, which boasts of players like Virat Kohli, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane, failed in both the innings at...Read More
The likes of Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami were not as impactful, with the burden of wicket-taking fell on the shoulders of Ishant Sh...Read More
The first Test was a mess for India as they lost the match by 10 wickets in a totally dominating performance by the Kiwis on all the fronts.
Throughout the match, the Indians seemed to be clueless as to how to restrict the hosts.
Wellington: Indian batsmen's inadequacies in adverse conditions were laid bare as they crashed to an embarrassing 10-wicket defeat agains...Read More
His fifer, paired with Ravichandran Ashwin’s three-wicket haul proved to be vital in restricting the Kiwis.
Indian skipper Kohli got out while trying to pull a bouncer of Boult in the 46 overs in the second innings.