Friday, January 21, 2022

Quinton de Kock

De Kock withdrew from SA’s match due to ‘personal reasons’, CSA takes note

Johannesburg: Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Tuesday said that it has taken note of Quinton De Kock's withdrawal from the team's game against the...

Markram, De Kock shine as SA clinch T20 series against West Indies

Defending a total of 168/4, thanks mainly to Markram and De Kock's half-centuries, all the South African main bowlers made significant strikes to limit the defending World T20 champions to 143/9

ICC Test Rankings: Ravindra Jadeja becomes top-ranked all-rounder

The Indian left-hander, who returns to No.1 after last being there in August 2017, is on 386 rating points.

IPL 2021: Troubled SRH face MI challenge

Mumbai will enter the game after their four-wicket win over in-form Chennai Super Kings courtesy Kieron Pollard's blitzkrieg.

RR vs MI: Quinton roars back to form

The SA keeper’s blistering 70 steers Mumbai to seven-wicket victory

South Africa struggle to 188/7 at lunch on Day 3 of second Test

The Babar Azam-led side had scored 272 in the first innings.

Rishabh Pant jumps to 13th spot in Test rankings

Mohammad Siraj jumped 32 places to 45th rank after taking six wickets in the match, including a five-wicket haul in the second innings

MI face DC in blockbuster first qualifier

There is little to separate between these two teams

MI Vs RCB, the battle for top spot

Skipper Rohit likely to miss as MI face RCB in return match

Kings XI down Mumbai in double Super Over thriller

With this thrilling win, Kings XI now have six points from nine matches and stay in contention for playoffs

Mumbai Indians have definite edge over KKR

MI may go with same team; Narine still a doubt starter for Kolkata team

Losing Warner, Kane hampered the chase: Laxman

Though they were in the game for the better part of it, losing the wickets of Kane Williamson and captain David Warner at crucial junctures hampered the chase, felt SRH mentor VVS Laxman

De Kock finds form as MI beat SRH by 34 runs

The swashbuckling duo of Hardika Pandya (28) and Kieron Pollard (25 not out) scored at their usual brisk pace but it was Krunal who propelled MI to 208 for five with 20 runs off a mere four deliveries in the last over

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