AUS beat IND by 146 runs | Australia vs India, Highlights And Cricket Score 2nd Test Match
Border-Gavaskar Trophy, 2018/19Date: Dec 14, 2018 Start Time: 07:50 IST | 02:20 GMT | 10:20 Local
Venue: Perth Stadium, Perth
Deepak Chahar and Rishabh Pant have been trolled by fans for forcing Virat Kohli to take DRS in the 6th over of South Africa's inning in the 3rd T20I. Proteas batsman Reeza Hendricks was beaten by the knuckleball bowled by Deepak Chahar. When the ball hit his pads, Team India stood up for the strong appeal to convince the umpire.
Former Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi has been signed by Qalandars one of the two new teams alongside Bangla Tigers at this year's T10 League as icon player. "I was very excited to be a part of it (T10) from the time I heard it was going to be played in Abu Dhabi.
With Kohli and Dhawan building a strong partnership after Rohit Sharma's dismissal in their chase of 150, the match was slowly slipping out of Proteas' hands. To bring his side back, Miller made a superhuman effort to pick up one of the best catches ever seen on a cricket field.
Proteas skipper Quinton de Kock guided his team to a victory as he played an unbeaten knock of 79 runs while Temba Bavuma scored 27 not out to chase down a total of 135. Earlier, after opting to bat first, India managed to score 134-run with a loss of nine wickets.
V.V.S Laxman believes young wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant is not able to succeed at the No. 4 spot and that's why he should come down the order in order to express himself more freely at the international stage. Pant has been under the radar of many following his dismal performance.
Indian Cricket Team skipper Virat Kohli revealed there was confusion for No 4 batting position between wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer. Kohli said this thing in the post-match presentation India vs South Africa 3rd T20I match which Men in Blue lost by nine wickets as they were unable to defend the target of 135 runs.
The past week the saw last two T20Is between India and South Africa. India conquered the second clash while the third one was clinched by South Africa. Talking about the tri-series in Bangladesh, Afghanistan and the hosts have qualified for the finals which will be played on September 24.
Virat Kohli said the team wanted to get out of their comfort zone and that's why he chose to bat first in a bid to get a big score in the third and final T20I, which the Men in Blue lost to South Africa by nine wickets.
Former Indian Test opener Madhav Apte has passed away. He was 86. Apte, who was about to turn 87 on October 5, breathed his last at the Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai on Sunday morning. From 1952 to 53, he played seven Tests for India in which he scored 542 runs, including one century.
The right-handed batsman made his debut on July 2013 and immediately stamped his authority by scoring a fifty on debut. To date, Rayudu has represented India in 55 ODIs in which he has amassed 1694 runs with an impressive average of 47.06.
Kohli also said the team will have to be patient for the younger players in the team to come good. "We'll try to get the squad composition right as soon as we can. The guys who have done well in the domestic circuit are getting opportunities.
Rayudu’s technique and fluent strokes caught the eye of Indian selectors at a very young age. And when at 16, he smashed England bowlers all around the park for a monumental 177 runs, it was certain that big things awaited this young cricketer. He followed that game with a century and double hundred in a single Ranji Trophy match.
Hardik Pandya got the lone wicket of the innings as Hendricks holed out to Virat Kohli at mid-on. Temba Bavuma, playing his second T20I, then provided able assistance to his captain and saw South Africa cross the finishing line without any hiccups. Earlier, Kohli won the toss and chose to bat first with an eye on testing the team's abilities in defending a total.
Meanwhile, Kagiso Rabada starred with the ball for South Africa. The 24-yer-old speedster took three-wickets – including the wicket of Virat Kohli – to help his side restrict India to 134 runs in 20 overs after the hosts had opted to bat first. Bjorn Fortuin and Beuran Hendricks also chipped in with two wickets apiece.
India and South Africa locked horns with each other in the third T20I of the series which was held at M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. It was the visitors who walked away with a comprehensive nine-wicket win over the hosts and brought the three-game series to 1-1.
India have preferred Rishabh Pant for the contentious ‘No 4’ position in recent times. But the 21-year-old left-handed batsman has failed to deliver the goods despite being backed both the captain Kohli and coach Ravi Shastri. In five T20I innings since the World Cup, Pant has only hit one half-century.