By FPJ Web Desk
After the Day 1 was washed off due to the consistent rain in the Southampton, the skies have cleared and the teams are ready to take on e...Read More
In the last test match against New Zealand, Kohli was somewhat truculent with his 'SHH' gesture.
By Husain Rizvi
The skipper has lost his cool on many occasions and was, in the past, heard hurling abuses to his teammates, umpires and even fans
India, perched at the top of the World Test Championships right now, were humiliated 0-2, found wanting yet again when up against high-q...Read More
By FPJ News Service
Asked to point out what exactly went wrong, Kohli felt the outlook towards a series in adverse conditions was "not ideal".
India's form plummeted in the longer formats as first they were whitewashed in the three-match ODI series and then lost the two-Test seri...Read More
In the ongoing India's tour of New Zealand, Southee dismissed Kohli on three occasions.
Tom Latham (27) and Tom Blundell (29) provided the host a solid start. They are trailing by 179 runs.
India were steady at 194 for five at tea but lost wickets in quick succession after the play resumed.
This match will play as the ultimate showdown between the two teams as the result will determine which team had the more successful series.
Ishant Sharma's ankle injury has resurfaced which means the lanky Indian pacer could sit out in the second Test match against New Zealand...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
Jones says he loves to hear the sound of the bat hitting the ball, "feeling" cricket from the stadium, where he has his ear-piece plugged...Read More
Throughout the match, the Indians seemed to be clueless as to how to restrict the hosts.
His fifer, paired with Ravichandran Ashwin’s three-wicket haul proved to be vital in restricting the Kiwis.
Although just a minor bump in the road, Kohli will hope to be back at his best in the second Test.
India still trail New Zealand by 39 runs with six wickets in hand.
By FPJ Sports Desk
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The 31-year-old has not reached the three-figure mark in his last 19 innings.
This development gave rise to fearing that the Indian batsmen will not stand a chance against the New Zealand bowling attack because such...Read More