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Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina and now Virat Kohli have all been suitors for this position and have had their moments at courtship yet failed to cement the slot and live happily thereafter. Ganguly turned his back on international cricket against
From Dhoni's World Cup innings to Philander's Cape Town spell, 2011 had many gamechangers who fashioned a remarkable turnaround for their teams, writes Deba Prasad Dhar...Imagine a captain promoting himself ahead of his in-form batsman in a World Cup
16 IST Haresh Pandya in Rajkot Haresh Pandya says Team India didn't just lose the first Test in Melbourne by 122 runs; they gifted it to the young and enthusiastic Aussies on a platter. 'I think anything less than 300 is a gettable target.
Beyond that will be difficult, former India captain Ravi Shastri told The Telegraph . A while later, on Wednesday evening, vice-captain Virender Sehwag talked of anything less than 300. The following are excerpts from Sehwag's interaction with the
India paceman Umesh Yadav blitzed Australia's top order leaving veteran batsmen Ricky Ponting and Mike Hussey left to mount a rescue in the second innings on the third day of the first test on Wednesday. Yadav took three quick wickets and Ishant
Former Australia captain Mark Taylor, a triple centurion in Test cricket, spoke to The Telegraph at the MCG on Tuesday. Taylor, incidentally, is one of the directors of Cricket Australia. The following are excerpts His thoughts on the India openers.
That's not me, but when I'm playing well and things are flowing for me, my scoring rate does improve. I feel in good position, I feel balanced, I am able to get fully forward, get fully back. I create more opportunities to score runs, The Sydney
Matthew Hayden heading in his direction during a Test match drinks break on Australia's 2004 tour of India...Hayden, who had been suitably impressed by a Sehwag new ball assault, offered a simple, sincere "mate, I love the way you play" and walked
Khawaja was told on Tuesday night he'd lost his place in the Australian team, but a series of generous declarations aimed at getting the three-day match over as early as possible allowed the 25-year-old to gain some satisfaction from a disappointing