Thursday, October 28, 2021

Hanuma Vihari

Two Hyderabad teams named for T20 Mushtaq Ali

Hyderabad: There is no let-up in the one-upmanship. The strong rebuke from the Supreme Court Chief Justice NV Ramana on the dirty affairs of...

Vihari to play for Hyderabad again

Hyderabad: India middle-order batsman G Hanuma Vihari has decided to return to Hyderabad after playing five years for Andhra. The 27-year-old, who was in...

Ind vs Eng: Kohli’s leadership skills will be put to test

With 2000 plus Test runs, Rahul looks a logical choice to partner Rohit after Mayank Agarwal's concussion.

Hanuma Vihari named in India’s squad

Umesh, along with Mohammed Shami, and Hanuma Vihari all of whom got injured during the Australia tour, were back in the 15 that needed to be announced as per ICC squad protocol.

HCA sanctions Rs 3 lakh to Sravanthi Naidu

Sravanthi, who played in 11 International matches has been running between two hospitals for the past ten days.

Indian squad for WTC Final announced, Vihari makes a return

National selectors pick 20-member Test team that will play WTC Final and five-match series in England

Hanuma Vihari calls on KT Rama Rao

Vihari along with international badminton players Tarun Kona (doubles specialist) and Sree Krishna Priya Kudaravalli (singles specialist) met MA&UD Minister K T Rama Rao on Monday

Injured Bumrah ruled out of final Test

More injury worries as Mayank sustains a knock on his hand

Vaughan hits out at Paine for his on-field banter

A frustrated Australian captain Tim Paine started sledging, especially Ashwin. However, England former captain Michael Vaughan was not happy with his behaviour.

Injured Vihari out of final Test

A BCCI source confirmed that Vihari is unlikely to be fit in time for the next Test match starting in another three days' time

I let the team down: Tim Paine

Paine dropped two catches of Rishabh Pant, who made a fluent 97 and raised hopes of an Indian win, and then dropped one of Hanuma Vihari, who remained unbeaten on 23

Vihari’s knock was more special than his century in Windies, says Rahane

Vihari remained unbeaten on 23 off 161 balls and batted out more than 42 overs alongside Ravichandran Ashwin to save the Test match

Vihari’s knock equal to 100: Ashwin

Ashwin said the confidence gained from productive net sessions helped him finally come good against Australia as he and Vihari saved the third Test

Vihari, Ashwin battle it out as India draw 3rd Test against Australia

Chasing a mammoth target of 407, India reached 334/5 after batting for 131 overs before both the teams decided to shake hands on the final day of the Test match.

Boxing Day Test: Rahane’s fine century puts India in driver’s seat

India ended the second day at 277 for five for a handy 82-run lead after bowling out Australia for 195 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground

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