By FPJ Web Desk
Brief Scores: India 217 and 170 (Rishabh Pant 41; Tim Southee 4-48); New Zealand 249 and 19-0
Follow Free Press Journal's live coverage from Match 17 between Punjab Kings and Mumbai Indians from Chennai
From 71-1, Sunrisers were all out for 137 while chasing 150
KKR batsmen lost the plot despite getting off to a flying start to hand Mumbai a 10-run win
After a successful Indian Premier League campaign which ended with a record fifth title for Trent Boult and his side Mumbai Indians, the ...Read More
Dubai: Trent Boult has been a key cog in the bowling wheel of Mumbai Indians and skipper Rohit Sharma has no hesitation in saying that th...Read More
Jasprit Bumrah and Trent Boult led the Mumbai Indians (MI) to an emphatic 57-run win over Delhi Capitals (DC) in the first Qualifier of t...Read More
Trent Boult and Jasprit Bumrah's devastating pace-bowling spell in tandem before Ishan Kishan's batting heroics helped Mumbai Indians' po...Read More
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
Neil Wagner, who is practitioner of the short-ball tactic, will be joining Tim Southee, Trent Boult and Kyle Jamieson and thus there will...Read More
Rahane, who top-scored with 46 in the first innings of the opening Test, is hopeful that a turnaround will happen on a green top at the H...Read More
By FPJ News Service
Former New Zealand all-rounder Craig McMillan on Tuesday said Indian batsmen "throwing their hands at the ball like they do in India" wil...Read More
Trent Boult (4/39 in 22 overs) and Tim Southee (5/61 in 21 overs), one of the finest but most under-rated new ball pairs in world cricket...Read More
Wellington: Indian batsmen's inadequacies in adverse conditions were laid bare as they crashed to an embarrassing 10-wicket defeat agains...Read More
Indian skipper Kohli got out while trying to pull a bouncer of Boult in the 46 overs in the second innings.
Indian batsmen falter on challenging track; reduced to 122/5 on Day One
Boult was out of action for the past six weeks due to a fracture on his right hand sustained during the Boxing Day Test against Australia...Read More
New Zealand’s Trent Boult displaced Bumrah to claim the top position bowlers’ rankings.
Boult was ruled out of the final Test between New Zealand and Australia after fracturing his right hand.
Somerville will replace pace-bowler Trent Boult who is returning home to New Zealand after suffering a fracture to his right hand.