World Cup opener


 June 6, 2019   kridangan

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India had to wait six days to open their 2019 World Cup campaign but after losing toss India beat exhausted South Africa by six wickets in Southampton on Wednesday (June 5). South Africa won the toss and decided to bat first, but the overhead conditions helped Bumrah (2 for 35) and Bhuvneshwar (2 for 44) […]

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 May 31, 2019   kridangan

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England has started world cup 2019 campaign with victory over South Africa in opening match. Host England team is most favorite’s team for this world cup. With the first match win England broken 27 years old record of South African team as this is first time in last 27 years South African team lost their […]

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Top 5 Amazing facts about AB De Villiers

 November 17, 2016   Vignesh Aravind

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We all know De Villers as a batsman,keeper,fielder,bowler etc. Here are some of the amazing facts about him which many of us have not come across. 1.De Villiere s was shortlisted for Junior National Hockey squad Apart from cricket De Villiers enjoys playing a variety of sports.He made it to the national junior level hockey squad at […]

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AU vs NZ, Cricket, Test Cricket. New Zealand

AU vs NZ: Bowlers give New Zealand day-1 Honours

 August 21, 2016   Vignesh Aravind

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The deadly trio of Southee,Wagner and Boult restricted South Africa to 236 for 8 at the end of day 1. It was all about New Zealand as their bowlers were hitting the perfect length and troubled the African batsman.Even without their skipper AB De Villiers South Africa looked solid on paper. But the Kiwi bowlers […]

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Cricket History at Cape Town

After Double Centuries from Ben Stokes and Hashim Amla Temba Bavuma Etches His Name in Cricket History at Cape Town

 January 8, 2016   R K Gupta

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When Cape Town’s second cricket test was lit up by a whirlwind double ton by England’s Ben Stokes on second day, no one imagined a South African fight-back led by their captain Hashim Amla. Unruffled by England’s mammoth 629/6 decl., the South African skipper led from front and motivated Temba Bavuma to a maiden test […]

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England won the First Test against South Africa

England win opening test as South African batting frailties are exposed

 December 30, 2015   John Welsh

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England won the First Test against South Africa by 241 runs in a match staged in Durban, but two poor batting displays by the hosts were primarily responsible for their defeat. In scoring 303 and 326 in their two innings’, it could certainly not be described as a vintage performance by the tourists with the […]

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India v SA 4th Test cricket

Despite India’s Massive Win Defiant South African Batsmen Stole Headlines in Delhi Test

 December 9, 2015   R K Gupta

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Delhi’s fourth and last test match was played amid ongoing criticism of test-match pitches at Mohali and Nagpur. While there was no need to assess conditions of the washed-out Bangalore test, after three-and-half day’s play in the Kotla test, India looked like heading for a 3-0 whitewash. There was hardly any chance that South Africa […]

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India-South Africa Test

Nagpur Pitch Proclaimed Poor by ICC Ahead of the Fourth India-South Africa Test at Delhi

 December 3, 2015   R K Gupta

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As South Africa prepare for their last engagement in India, the memories of their two back-to-back debacles against the hosts could be haunting them. On the other hand with the 2-0 series victory, the Indians have a reason to be on the seventh heaven before the start of fourth test at Delhi on Thursday. Except […]

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India Beat South Africa

India Beat South Africa by 108 Runs in Mohali’s First-Test Battle Between Spinners

 November 7, 2015   R K Gupta

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In a low-scoring Mohali test that entirely belonged to the spinners, India handed a 108-run defeat to South Africa inside three days. After a dismal batting show on first day, India bounced back on the second by bowling out South Africa. When the second day ended, the dice was loaded a little bit in the […]

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india vs south africa

Key Factors Ahead of Gandhi-Mandela Test Series Beginning in Mohali on Thursday

 November 3, 2015   R K Gupta

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South Africa might have won the T-20 and ODI series from India but that doesn’t convey any certainty on their repeat performance in the longest format of the game. One of the major factors working against them is the nature of Indian pitches, which traditionally encourage spin bowling. The other factor is related to the […]

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