Riding on their impressive show against West Indies in the just concluded two-match Test series, youngsters Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant have made substantial gains in the ICC player rankings for Test.. Credit: Sify - Published
Former India fast bowler Atul Wassan today praised the Indian Team for winning the Trent Bridge Test emphatically. He said it was important to persist with new players like Rishabh Pant who gave a good..
New Delhi, Aug 22 (ANI): England pacer Stuart Broad has been fined 15 percent of the match fee after being found guilty of using aggressive language during the ongoing third Test match at Trent Bridge...
Pacer Umesh Yadav gained four slots after 10-wicket match haul while West Indies captain Jason Holder reached top 10 among bowlers for the first time. Credit: Zee News - Published Also reported by •DNA
Formidable Mumbai got a major boost for the crucial semi-final of the Vijay Hazare Trophy with the availability of three top players, two of whom missed the whole or part of the league phase.
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The net gains from the lopsided Test series against West Indies that concluded on Sunday, were youngsters Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant cementing their places in the XI for the first Test against.. Credit: DNA - Published
Young Prithvi Shaw and wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant, are making the most of the opportunities they are getting even as many of their teammates are yo-yoing with injuries and fitness problems. Credit: Sify - Published
Rishabh Pant fell on 92 for the second successive innings in the series as West Indies skipper Jason Holder wrecked the hosts' middle order to limit India's lead to 56 in the second and final test on.. Credit: Reuters India - Published
India's teenage opener Prithvi Shaw missed out on a century but stumper-batsman Rishabh Pant remained on course for a ton as the hosts looked to build a significant first innings lead against West.. Credit: Reuters India - Published
Rishabh Pant's audacious stroke-play complemented Ajinkya Rahane's patient approach as India reached 308 for four against West Indies on the second day of the second Test on Saturday. Credit: IndiaTimes - Published