The 2019 home series against South Africa was a pathbreaking one in the career of Rohit Sharma. Recalling the time when the experienced Indian opener produced a tremendous double ton
New Zealand ravaged an inexperienced South African side in the second Test at home to increase their lead at the top of the World Test Championship (WTC) points table.
Williamson produced an eye-catching 32nd Test century and became the fastest to the feat in the longer version.
Sachin Tendulkar registered his Test century number 47 with a splendid 106 against South Africa some 14 Indian winters ago. Remarkably, the occasion also coincided with 100-plus scores for several
New Zealand fast bowler William O’Rourke claims a huge record on debut during the second Test of the two-match series at Hamilton against the visiting South African team.
South African middle-order batsman David Bedingham top-scored for his side with a splendid century against New Zealand on Day 3 of their second Test match.
Glenn Phillips, who already held a screamer in the first innings of the second Test, managed to repeat his fielding heroism again, this time at the gully region on Day
Dane Piedt produced a magnificent five-wicket haul for South Africa in the first-innings of the second Test against New Zealand in Hamilton. The South African off-spinner took 5 for 89
When the great Indian opener produced a magnificent century to help the team pull off a historic win in South Africa.
New Zealand will lock horns with a weak South African side again in the second and final Test match of the series. Ahead of this game, here is a look
Hosts New Zealand will tackle the visiting South Africans in the second Test of their two-match series from February 13 onwards at Hamilton’s Seddon Park.