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When England got their act together, India wilted under pressure

If this was tennis, score would have been 3-6, 6-0, 6-0, 6-0. England raised their game and won, writes Harsha Bhogle.


‘Buddy, like me, you too are dealing with rubbish’

Says a garbage-picker to Sandeep Dwivedi, who followed the Indian cricket team’s downhill drive to disaster.


‘Will you quit, MS?’ ‘Didn’t you ask me the same question in 2011?’

Indians move straight into the Champions League after the ODI series here.

Lanka hit back as Herath takes five wickets

Pakistan trailed Sri Lanka by 76 runs.

With 82, captain Dhoni stands between India, total humiliation

Dhoni the batsman has been on the ball, but Dhoni the captain hasn’t. His 82 may yet not be able to change the result of the series.


MS Dhoni, the batsman, finds a way around ‘away’ problem

In the past, Dhoni has so often got out, reaching out or pushing at the balls pitched outside the off-stump.


India’s practice far from perfect

Persistent rain ensures that India don’t train on the eve of the crucial final Test at the Oval.


Jayawardene farewell off to poor start; SL crawl to 261/8

Playing his final Test match, Mahela could make just four to the disappointment for a modest crowd.


Another ‘A’ up BCCI’s sleeve

India A recently toured Australia for a couple of four-day games before clinching a quadrangular one-day series.

Different strokes: Eng players show how to draw

Two of the finest, notes Guardian’s correspondent Andy Wilson — good enough to “put his teammates to shame”.


Oval pitch wears a thick grass cover. But will it remain same?

During the net session, England clearly knew their backyard better and opted for ‘slow’ preparations.


Mahela Jayawardene’s presence in slip cordon was a confidence booster for us bowlers: Murali

Bowled Murali caught Mahela is highest bowler-fielder dismissals (77) involving a non-wicketkeeper in Test matches.


Did boxer Manoj lose out on Arjuna because of namesake’s failed drug test?

Manoj, who won a gold at the Delhi CWG, seems to have lost out to Jai Bhagwan, a bronze-medal winner in 2010.


South Africa coast to easy victory, maintain top spot in Tests

Zimbabwe lost eight wickets for 83 runs on the final afternoon of the opening Test against South Africa.


Kaneria’s life ban appeal turned down by court

Burton also decided Kaneria could not request the decision to be reconsidered at an oral hearing.


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