PTI, Monday, 17th February 2014
Dubai: Left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav became the first Indian bowler to grab a hat-trick in the under-19 cricket World Cup before the defending champions entered the quarterfinals with a patchy five-wicket win over Scotland in their low-scoring Group A match here today. Yadav's hat-trick was the highlight of a superb bowling effort by the Indians before they survived a collapse of their own to finish at 92 for five in 22.3 overs. The Indians are on top in their group with two wins out of two and just one match to go.
New Delhi: In what can be termed as another blow for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), PepsiCo, the title sponsor of the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL), has expressed its desire to terminate its association with the board. ... Read More >>
Hamilton :Revealing New Zealand's strategy that has outwitted Indian bowlers in the ongoing ODI series, batsman Ross Taylor said the Kiwis have focussed on denying wickets to the visiting side's spinners to wear out the rest of their attack.... Read More >>
New Delhi: Unable to discuss the proposed domestic points system by the Anil Kumble-led technical committee in May due the adjournment of its working committee meeting, the BCCI is in no position to implement the new format in the upcoming Ranji season, according to a report. ... Read More >>
Liverpool: Liverpool entered the League Cup semi-finals for a record 17th time and 17-year-old Ben Woodburn entered the record books. The Wales Under-19 international eclipsed Michael Owen as the youngest goalscorer in Liverpool’s history to help seal a hardfought victory for Jürgen Klopp’s si... Read More >>