Hardik Pandya revealed that there is nothing between Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra and him and added that he did not know about the Twitter conversation and doesn't really answer relationship questions.
India became the first team in the history of bilateral cricket to secure a complete whitewash across three formats on foreign soil steamrolling Sri Lanka 3-0 in Tests, 5-0 in ODIs and 1-0 in a one-off T20 International.
India had won the toss and Virat Kohli elected to bowl first. Sri Lanka captain Upul Tharanga had said that he would have bowled first too had he won the toss. But a closer look at the video of the toss raises the question as to whether India had really won it.
Rohit Sharma hailed the support staff, his teammates and the Indian fans back home for helping the team to an unprecedented tour whitewash of Sri Lanka in India's recently concluded tour of the country.
Leg spinner Kuldeep Yadav said that Virat Kohli gives freedom and "tremendous support" to the bowlers. Yadav played in the third Test, the final two ODIs and the standalone T20I. He took two wickets in the latter.
After Test and ODI sweep, India come up trumps in the one-off T20 too, thanks to another Virat Kohli masterclass in chase. India were given a target of 171 by Sri Lanka to chase, Kohli and Manish Pandey saw them through.
Virat Kohli led India to a 9-0 cleansweep of Sri Lanka across all three formats in their tour. He stated that he was proud of the way his team's bench strength is coming up and the way he himself has been batting.
India beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets in the fifth and final ODI to complete a 5-0 series whitewash over them. India were taken to victory by Virat Kohli's 30th century and Bhuvneshwar Kumar's five wicket haul.
India beat Sri Lanka by 168 runs in the fourth ODI to take 4-0 lead in the five-match series on Thursday. After posting a mammoth 375/5, the visitors bundled out the hosts for 207 to register the big win.
The Virat Kohli-led Indian team registered a comprehensive win by and innings and 171 runs to clean sweep the three-match Test series against Sri Lanka in Pallekele. India scored 487 in first innings while Sri Lanka were bundled out for 135 and 181 respectively.
The Virat Kohli-led Indian team took a mammoth lead of 333 runs against Sri Lanka at the end of third day's play after enforcing a follow-on against the hosts. India in first innings scored 487 runs and later bundled out Sri Lanka for 135.