Dwaraka Ravi Teja's name was taken in the same breath as that of Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane and Ravindra Jadeja.
Jimmy Neesham made a fluent, maiden ODI half-century to breathe life into a New Zealand innings that was heading for a quick demise.
Virat Kohli hits unbeaten 154, MS Dhoni 80 as India hunt down 285 with ease to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match ODI series.
MS Dhoni , who has played 200 innings lower down the order, has decided to bat up and let others play finishers job.
India chased down the target of 285 with 10 balls to spare, riding on Virat Kohli's unbeaten knock of 154 in the 3rd ODI in Mohali.
Virat Kohli's knock was the talking point of the day as India triumphed over New Zealand at Mohali.
MS Dhoni promoted himself ahead of Manish Pandey and shared a match-winning 151 run stand with Virat Kohli.
Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten 154 while he was supported by MS Dhoni, who scored 80 runs to help India take a 2-1 lead over New Zealand.
The Lodha panel will be meeting and asking for all the documents and then coming to a decision regarding BCCI broadcast tender.
Virat Kohli scored his 26th ODI century and led India to victory over New Zealand in the third ODI.
Virat Kohli is now behind Sachin Tendulkar (49), Ricky Ponting (30) and Sanath Jayasuriya (28) in the list of most ODI hundreds.
MS Dhoni also broke Sachin Tendulkar's record for most sixes - 195 - by an Indian batsman in ODIs.
Angelique Kerber battled past Dominika Cibulkova 7-6(5) 2-6 6-3 in a high-class baseline slugfest in Singapore.
Saurashtra required eight wickets on the last day to post an innings win but Maharashtra batsmen denied them full points from the match.
Baba Indrajith's unbeaten 127 went in vain as Tamil Nadu failed to take the first-innings lead against Uttar Pradesh.
Mohit Sharma grabs his second successive five-wicket haul with Haryana winning by 161 runs against Chattisgarh.
Abhishek Nayar and Siddesh Lad scored 103 and 100 respectively to power Mumbai to 568 for 7 declared in reply to Madhya Pradesh's total of 445.
Chasing a target of 360, Punjab were dismissed for 244 in 72.3 overs with Pragyan Ojha finished with 4/70.
Balachander Anirudh smashed two sixes and 14 fours in his fluent knock from 192 balls as Hyderabad settled for a draw against Kerala.
Pakistan take massive lead of 342 runs against West Indies on Day 3 with openers Azhar Ali and Sami Aslam scoring half-centuries each.
Rahul Singh Gahlaut and Anshul Gupta slammed unbeaten half-centuries to help Services salvage a draw against Goa.
Andhra had to make 191 in 52 overs and they completed the chase with four wickets and 15 balls remaining.
Before bad light brought a premature end to the day, Bangladesh made 253-8, chasing 286 for victory after a seesaw battle on the fourth day.
With an improbable 300 runs to get on the fourth and final day for a win, Railways lost their last six batsmen adding just 35 runs.
Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander showed the ability to swing the pink ball which is part of the build up to a three-Test series against Australia.
India ride on Virat Kohli's 26th ODI ton to beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the third ODI; take 2-1 lead in five-match series.
Azhar Ali's 52 not out and Sami Aslam's 50 from 111 balls helped Pakistan tighten their hold on the second Test match against West Indies.
At Stumps on Day 4, Bangladesh were 33 shy of the 286-run target set by England earlier in the day; Sabbir unbeaten on 59.
Daljit Singh, who is the Pitches Committee chairman, is keen on producing the stage for the first run-fest of the series as India play New Zealand in Mohali.
New Zealand return to a venue where they have happy memories, albeit in other formats, whereas India seek revival after Delhi setback.
Aamir Aziz took five wickets at the Brabourne Stadium against Andhra, the only place his idol Yuvraj Singh claimed a first class fifer.
From chaotic itineraries to poor pitches, paucity of practice wickets, messy dressing rooms and appalling food quality, Sriram Veera documents the nightmare that is this year’s domestic season.
Delhi didn’t have the stomach for a fight, looking woefully short of skill and application.
The expenditure has not been prepared though, according to DDCA senior vice president Chetan Chauhan.
Saeed Ajmal was Pakistan's leading wicket-taker in all three formats before ICC banned him from bowling due to an illegal bowling action in 2014.
West Indies had defied Pakistan's bowlers well until the 44th over, but then lost Marlon Samuels and Kraigg Brathwaite in quick succession.