Sledging and booing Australia's Steve Smith and David Warner during the English summer will only push the duo to improve their performance levels, England pace bowler James Anderson said. Reuters India - Published
Australia opener David Warner has presented a signed team shirt to a net bowler who is recovering from a blow in the head by a straight drive from the southpaw during last Saturday's training session.. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age •Reuters India
M.S. Dhoni's gloves controversy will take center stage even as India and Australia look to iron out the flaws and bring their best to the table when they lock horns in a marquee World Cup encounter at..
Jun 15 (OPTA) - Scoreboard at close of play of match 20 between Sri Lanka and Australia on Saturday at London, England Australia win by 87 runs Australia 1st innings David Warner b Dhananjaya de Silva.. Reuters India - Published
David Warner has overcome the challenges of reintegrating himself into the Australian team and with the explosive opener nearing his best, he could well end up as top scorer in this World Cup, feels.. Mid-Day - Published
Australia is comfortably placed on the points table with wins in three out their World Cup games but skipper Aaron Finch feels his team has played nowhere near to its potential.
At the top of the.. Mid-Day - Published
A Pakistan fan's reaction to his team's performance during the ICC Cricket World Cup match against Australia on Wednesday has triggered a flurry of memes.
The fan's reaction came after Asif Ali.. Mid-Day - Published
*Taunton:* Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed has warned his teammates to raise their fielding standards ahead of the crucial World Cup game against India following the side's sloppy display on the field.. Mid-Day - Published
*Taunton:* David Warner had feared not scoring a hundred in international cricket following his ball-tampering ban but the Australian opener dispelled those fears by making a match-winning 107 against.. Mid-Day - Published
In today's episode of Spodcast, we discuss Australia's win over Pakistan thanks to David Warner masterclass, Rishabh Pant's inclusion, Indian men's recurve team beat Canada and more Firstpost - Published
Two things that a team cannot control are injuries and weather. India will have to manage both when up against New Zealand at Trent Bridge today in the third game of their World Cup campaign.
It is.. Mid-Day - Published
Australia batsman David Warner was a happy man after returning to something like his best form with a century to lead his team to victory over Pakistan at the Cricket World Cup on Wednesday. Reuters India - Published
David Warner scored his first century since returning from a ban as holders Australia ran out 41-run winners over Pakistan in an exciting World Cup clash at Taunton on Wednesday. Reuters India - Published
Australia looked set for a total in excess of 350 while Warner and Finch (82) were at the crease, but Amir (5/30) staged a grand comeback to bowl their opponents out for 307. Pakistan's chase ended at.. IndiaTimes - Published
Pakistan's innings ended at 266 in 45.4 overs but not before the duo of Sarfaraz Ahmed and Wahab Riaz gave the Australians a scare with a rearguard action that revived their hopes for a while. Zee News - Published Also reported by •Mid-Day
David Warner's first century since returning from his ban helped Australia to 307 all out in 49 overs against Pakistan in Taunton on Wednesday in their fourth match at the World Cup although they had.. Reuters India - Published
Australian opener David Warner hit his 15th ODI hundred on Wednesday as Australia looked on course to post an imposing total against Pakistan in their 2019 Cricket World Cup match in Taunton. Warner.. Zee News - Published
Warner came in for criticism after making just 56 runs off 84 balls against India, with Australia eventually falling 36 short of a target of 353 to lose the match. Zee News - Published Also reported by •Reuters India
Former Australia captain Steve Waugh foresees Hardik Pandya dominating the ongoing World Cup the way South African Lance Klusener did in the 1999 edition as he feels the Indian all-rounder's.. Mid-Day - Published
[UK], May 31 (ANI): Steve Smith and David Warner made a mistake and have paid the price for it - a big price actually, pleaded Australia head coach Justin Langer to the crowd in England. Sify - Published
The LED bails that just refuse to budge have come under heavy criticism from India and Australia captains.
Sunday provided the fifth instance in 14 World Cup games of the bails not coming off the.. Mid-Day - Published
If Rohit Sharma don't get you then Shikhar Dhawan will; no early Indian wickets is a bitter pill. Despite a tidy opening spell from Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins, Rohit and Shikhar built a platform.. Mid-Day - Published
[Australia], May 31 (ANI): Australian opening batsman David Warner's participation in the team's opening World Cup match hangs in the balance as the player suffered from a sore glute in Australia's Sify - Published
[Australia], June 2 (ANI): Despite David Warner played an unbeaten knock of 89 runs against Afghanistan to help his side register a seven-wicket victory over Afghanistan, team's assistant coach Sify - Published
[Australia], May 24 (ANI): Former Australia batsman Mark Waugh, on Friday picked Virat Kohli, Jos Buttler, and David Warner as his top three batsmen for the upcoming ICC Men's Cricket World Cup. Sify - Published
[UAE], May 20 (ANI): Former Australia captain Steve Waugh believes that the return of Steve Smith Smith and David Warner will make opponents wary of the country's team at the ICC Men's Cricket Sify - Published
More than 10 days have passed in the ongoing World Cup and a lot of drama and actions have been already witnessed in the 13th edition of the prestigious quadrennial event.
Be it the harsh treatment.. Mid-Day - Published
During Australia's World Cup fixture against India, leg-spinner Adam Zampa was seen putting his hands inside his pocket and then rubbing the ball at The Oval in London, thus raising a few eyebrows and.. Mid-Day - Published
Australia have the depth in their batting to chase a big total but it proved "a few too many runs" in the end against India, said Australia wicket-keeper Alex Carey.
Chasing a massive target of 353,.. Mid-Day - Published
Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell said missing out on "key moments" against India led to their first defeat in the ongoing World Cup here.
India posted a massive 352 for 5, riding on a.. Mid-Day - Published