In the third ODI between India and Australia at Rajkot, Washington Sundar has brought back memories of that iconic shot with a six off the short ball of Pat Cummins.
Indian Test legend Cheteshwar Pujara attends team’s third ODI match against Australia at his home venue in Rajkot; meets up with Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and others.
Indian Skipper, Rohit Sharma In a scintillating display of power-hitting, notched up his 52nd ODI half-century in a manner that truly encapsulates his aggressive batting prowess.
Rohit Sharma showed his class on Wednesday (September 27) in India’s third and final ODI against Australia in Rajkot.
Indian captain and opening batsman Rohit Sharma sets an all-time world record in international cricket by going past New Zealand opener Martin Guptill.
During his breezy knock, Sharma shell-shocked ace Australian seamer Mitchell Starc with a huge six over extra cover.
Bumrah bowled a cleverly disguised slower ball at around 124 km/hr. There was width on offer which allowed Carey to free his arms but he did not see the slower
Australia have scored 352/7 in the first innings on the back of four fifties while India did well to restrict Aussies to a chaseable total when they looked like crossing
Even when Jasprit Bumrah is having a bad day, you can never rule him out. The talismanic fast bowler on Sunday proved it yet again in India’s third and final