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Art of thrift: Good length, corridor of uncertainty and sharp turn

From the 19th over to the 26th, Ravindra Jadeja and Yuzvendra Chahal applied the squeeze in so ruthless a manner that New Zealand's best batsmen of this era could only dawdle 16 runs in this span.

World Cup 2019: We have showed we can defend small totals, says Kuldeep Yadav

The Indian attack defended 224 against Afghanistan and 268 against West Indies on Thursday, with almost all the bowlers playing a part in these wins.


Sachin Tendulkar picks Bhuvneshwar Kumar over hat-trick man Mohammed Shami for WI clash

Sachin Tendulkar picked Bhuvneshwar Kumar Mohammed Shami, who took a sensational last over hat-trick against Afghanistan, whe India take on West Indies in their World Cup game.

I have never met an athlete without insecurity, doubt. That they should not have it is rubbish: Paddy Upton

Rajasthan Royals head coach Paddy Upton talks about his stint as mental conditioning coach with the 2011 World Cup-winning Indian team and about getting players to open up, says Dhoni’s “strategic brain” sets him apart, and recounts his “biggest professional mistake”

World Cup 2019: Rohit Sharma believes experience of more than 200 ODIs is finally paying off

Indian vice-captain Rohit Sharma scored an unbeaten 122 against South Africa to guide India to an easy win at the end to start off their World Cup 2019 campaign

World Cup 2019: Playing chess in past is helping me pre-empt batsmen's moves, says Yuzvendra Chahal

Yuzvendra Chahal who was the leading wicket-taker in the match against South Africa feels that chess has taught him patience.


World Cup 2019: Rohit Sharma's good form will ease pressure on Virat Kohli, says K Srikkanth

Rohit Sharma scored an unbeaten 144-ball 122 to anchor a successful chase against South Africa in India's World Cup opener on Wednesday.

Watch: How Yuzvendra Chahal changed the course of the game in just one over

Ind vs SA, India vs South Africa World Cup 2019: In just one over, the 28-year-old leg-spinner mounted immense amount of pressure on the South African batting lineup by sending two set batsmen back to the pavilion.

Men in blue to sport orange in select World Cup matches

The jersey, which will be predominantly orange with a tinge of blue, will be unveiled during the course of the tournament.

BCCI announces India's home schedule for 2019-2020; Bangladesh, South Africa tour in the fall

India will face South Africa in the Freedom Trophy which begins from September 15. It includes three T20Is, which will be followed by three Test matches. Zimbabwe will tour India in the early part of next year.

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Express Archive: India's iconic moments in Cricket World Cup beautifully captured

The Indian cricket team have won the ICC World Cup twice since the first time they participated in the competition.

Indian Cricket Heroes: Cricketers and Bollywood come together in London

Hosted by 1983 World Cup winner Kapil Dev and business tycoon Sanjiv Goenka, India's World Cup squad mingled with Bollywood celebrities at the Indian Cricket Heroes event in London.


Ravi Shastri named India coach till 2019 World Cup

Ravi Shastri was announced as the new India head coach. Shastri along with Virender Sehwag, Tom Moody, Richard Pybus and Lalchand Rajput was interviewed by the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC).

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Dhoni confident of winning T20 World Cup

Kolkata, Feb 21 (ANI): India's limited-over skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Sunday expressed confidence on winning the upcoming T20 World Cup to be held in the country, saying that the team has all the required ingredients and qualities needed to clinch the title. Dhoni added that in the upcoming Asia Cup matches, he will try to give as many games as to all the individuals who have not played so far. Talking about bowler Mohammed Shami, whose availability for the World T20 cup is unlikely, Dhoni said of course he will have to prove his fitness. He added if he doesn't, they have replacement.

Asia Cup T20: Game Changers India

With Asia Cup being played in a T20 avatar for the very first time keeping ICC World T20 in mind, the tournament gets even more important than it usually does. With two tournaments of such stature being played back-to-back, it becomes important for the squad to be shuffled appropriately and not allow fatigue to creep […]


Indian team looks balanced for the series: Dhoni

Pune, Feb 08 (ANI): After T-20 clean sweep in Australian, India's limited-overs captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni looks confident for the upcoming series with Sri Lanka. Addressing a press conference on Monday, Dhoni said the team looks balanced and settled as of now, but the individuals also have to take on their respective roles. Dhoni added that fortunately the team has been batting till number 8, which at some point acts as an opportunity for the batsman to express himself on the field. Dhoni also said that in the series, they will focus more on the things that they want to achieve, rather than looking too much into the Sri Lankan side.

Work of spinners appreciable: Dhoni on T20 win

Adelaide (Australia), Jan 26 (ANI): Indian cricket team on Tuesday defeated Autralia in the first T20 match by 37 runs, taking a lead in series by 1-0. Indian limited over captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni praised the bowlers, saying that spinners ruled the match today when compared to fast bowlers, as bulk of the wickets were taken by them. Talking of the team's batting format, Dhoni said that Virat is in good form and when he is taking the risk of playing a big shot, he calculates it well

Oz series a 'learning curve' for youngsters, affirms Dhoni

Perth, Jan 11 (ANI): Indian ODI skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Monday said the forthcoming series against Australia will be a 'learning curve' for the youngsters in the side, adding that it would test the senior players of the team as well. The 34-year-old said the series against the 'tough' Australian side would provide a lot of exposure to the youngsters. Talking about his strategy, Dhoni said that his side would focus on one game at a time rather than looking at the series as a whole.