The Indian stalwart relished his first opportunity to bowl with the new-ball in the Test series on Day 3 of the fourth Test and dismissed opener Ben Duckett and No.3
James Anderson delivered a decisive blow to the resilient partnership between Dhruv Jurel and Kuldeep Yadav in the 4th Test. The veteran pacer shattered Kuldeep's defenses, sending his stumps flying,
Joe Root revealed the reason behind why he did not play any reverse scoop during his 122 run knock in the first inning of the Ranchi Test.
Hello and welcome to OneCricket's Live Blog for Day 3 of the IND vs ENG 4th Test match live from Ranchi's JSCA International Stadium Complex.
Young Indian wicketkeeper-batter Dhruv Jurel emerged as a standout player, drawing admiration from the opposition veteran player.
India's batting sensation, Yashasvi Jaiswal, is currently on a record-breaking spree, and he did it once again on Saturday as he eclipsed Virender Sehwag's 16-year-old record for the most Test
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According to former England speedster Stuart Broad, Team India fumbled the bag by "resting" Jasprit Bumrah from the fourth Test, as the move apparently "handed back the initiative" to the
Jaiswal's momentous achievement came when he crossed the 58-run mark in the 42nd over of the Indian innings, firmly placing himself as the second-highest run-getter in a bilateral Test series
England, off the back of Joe Root’s fighting century and Shoaib Bashir’s bewildering spin, take control of the fourth Test match against India by the conclusion of Day 2.
The flamboyant Yashasvi Jaiswal has achieved an incredible feat. Jasiwal is now the first Indian left-handed batter to score 600 runs in a single Test series.