England had to suffer a 133-run loss at the hands of India in the second ODI in Cardiff.
Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni heaped praises on Suresh Raina for his match-winning hundred in the second one-dayer.
Modi has been living in exile in London since his passport was revoked by the Mumbai Regional Passport Office in March 2011.
The official conceded that the board was prepared for the worst since ICC had decided to come down hard on bowlers.
De Villiers (136*) and Du Plessis (106) sahred a 206-run stand as SA chased down 327 to win by 7 wickets vs Aus.
Electing to bat, Smit scored a patient 97-run knock that came off 207 balls with the help of 10 fours and two sixes.
Hours after the Delhi High Court ordered to restore Lalit Modi’s passport, the former IPL commissioner took to Twitter.
Modi has been living in London since 2010 and his passport was revoked in 2011 for financial irregularities.
The 83-year-old former Australia captain suffered chest and shoulder injuries during a car crash late last year.
Comeback man Raina gets first century since 2010; India beat England by 133 runs in a D/L tie.
With the pitch likely to assist turn, Team India opts for a session against leg-spinner Karn Sharma.
Mathews (93) and Perera (65 off 36) shine in SL’s 77-run win over Pakistan to help them square the series 1-1.
Bangladesh’s most prominent cricketer was banned for what the BCB called a ‘severe attitude problem’.
First ODI of the 5-match series was abandoned in Bristol without a ball being bowled owing to incessant rain.
Ramdin blazed 169 and dominated a 258-run third-wicket partnership with Bravo (124).