The red-hot Indian pace battery ran through the fragile Bangladesh batting like a hot knife through butter, before Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli eased to typically classy half-centuries
The hysteria surrounding the country’s first Day-Night Test on Indian soil will try hard to mask the gulf between India and Bangladesh, but when the two teams meet for the second time
India were one of the favourites to win the 2019 World Cup till a 15-minute spell from the New Zealand fast bowlers in Manchester changed everything and the world came
Umesh Yadav spearheaded the bowling charge with a five-wicket haul as India crushed Bangladesh by an innings and 46 runs in the second Test to sweep the series 2-0 on Sunday.
Centuries from Shimron Hetmyer and Shai Hope powered West Indies to an eight-wicket win over India after chasing down a target of 288 in the first one-day international on Sunday.
India cast aside talk of travel fatigue with half-centuries from Lokesh Rahul and Shreyas Iyer headlining an emphatic run chase to beat New Zealand with an over to spare
"I do not understand what problem people have when I am giving my opinion on matters related to cricket. I have played for Pakistan for 15 years. I am not famous for just doing the YouTube thing. I was the fastest bowler in the world," he added.
KL Rahul’s fifty coupled with tight bowling, led India to a facile seven-wicket victory against New Zealand in the second Twenty 20 match to take a 2-0 series lead on Sunday.
New Zealand, batting first in the decider, made 13 with Tim Seifert dropped twice before he was eventually dismissed. In reply, Indian captain Virat Kohli hit the winning runs with a ball to spare.