Monday, October 25, 2021

Prithvi Shaw

Team India off to London for second Test against England

Prithvi, Surya remain in quarantine in Nottingham

Focus on Samson in 2nd T20

Colombo: The Indian team will want Sanju Samson to translate his talent into consistent performances when they try to wrap up the T20 International...

Ind vs Eng: BCCI announces Prithvi, Surya as replacements

Bengal opener Abhimanyu Easwaran, who was in stand bye, has been added to the main squad with stand bye pacer Avesh Khan also going back home with a fractured left thumb.

Surya, Prithvi to fly to England

Shubman Gill, Washington Sundar and Avesh Khan have been forced out from the ongoing tour.

IND vs SL ODI: Ishan Kishan dazzles on debut as India cruise to victory

Kishan scored the second fastest ODI fifty on debut -- off 33 balls -- to kill the match inside the first 20 overs of the Indian innings

Rahul Dravid’s coaching experience just amazing: Shaw

Dravid is the head coach of the Indian team that is currently touring Sri Lanka for a six-match white-ball series beginning with an ODI at the R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on July 13.

Uncapped youngsters show their mettle in IPL 2021

Avesh Khan, Chetan Sakariya and Harshal Patel impress in the disrupted IPL

Dhawan stars in Delhi’s dominant win over Punjab Kings

Agarwal, leading the side in the absence of regular skipper K L Rahul, used the straight bat effectively in his lone hand to take Punjab Kings to 166 for six

IPL 2021: Rejuvenate Punjab take on in-form DC

For any bowling unit, facing the Dhawan-Shaw duo is a scary proposition.

Shaw’s stunning six fours in an over sets up DC’s 7-wicket win over KKR

Shaw was out in the 16th over after facing 41 balls, hitting 11 fours and three sixes but, by then, the match was as good.

De Villiers delivers again as RCB pip Delhi Capitals by one run

De Villiers scored an unbeaten 42-ball 75 to power RCB to 171 for five before their bowlers, led by Harshal Patel (2/37), Mohammed Siraj (1/44) Kyle Jamieson (1/32), restricted Delhi to 170 for four

Made small changes in my technique: Prithvi Shaw

Shaw on Saturday blasted his way to a 38-ball 72-run innings as Delhi Capitals chased down a winning target of 189 against CSK with more than an over to spare

Dhawan, Shaw power DC to big win over CSK

Dhawan smashed 85 off 54 balls and Shaw amassed 72 in just 38 deliveries as DC chased down a target of 189 comfortably with 1.2 overs to spare.

Shreyas-less Delhi Capitals aim to go all the way

All eyes on new captain Pant; form of Prithvi Shaw a big boost for the all-round side from Delhi

Can Kohli’s RCB break the IPL jinx this time?

Maxwell’s inclusion adds fire-power to the Bengaluru franchise

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