India tour of West Indies 2019
Harbhajan Singh, Irfan Pathan Welcome Jasprit Bumrah to Test Cricket Hat-Trick Club (See Tweets)
Irfan Pathan and Harbhajan Singh, both of whom have taken hat-tricks for India in Test cricket, lauded Jasprit Bumrah for creating havoc in the West Indies batting line-up on Saturday while scripting the historic feat to join the duo in the elite list.
Jasprit Bumrah Owes Hat-Trick to Virat Kohli As the Captain Decided to Review a LBW Decision Which the Pacer Wasn’t Sure Of
The third wicket of the hat-trick was that of Roston Chase but India's initial appeal against him for LBW was turned down by the umpire. While Bumrah did not look convinced about it, Kohli went for the review and as it turned out, the ball was hitting the stumps.
National Selectors Appoint Nick Webb as Strength and Conditioning Coach of Indian Cricket Team
Indian selection committee led by M.S.K Prasad on Sunday chose Nick Webb as the top candidate for the Indian team's Strength and Conditioning Coach, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said in a release. The selectors met at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru along with fitness expert Ranadeep Moitra.
Harbhajan Singh Remembers His Hat-Trick After Jasprit Bumrah Took One in the 2nd IND vs WI 2019 Test, Says ‘The Pacer Will Be Indebted to Virat Kohli Just Like I Am to Sadagoppan Ramesh’
Harbhajan Singh believes Jasprit Bumrah will forever remain indebted to Virat Kohli's "gut feeling", which got him the hat-trick, just like he is grateful to Sadagopan Ramesh for an incredible catch at forward short-leg 18 summers ago.
Hanuma Vihari Dedicates Maiden Test Century to His Late Father, Says ‘I Hope He Is Proud Wherever He Is’
Vihari said that he dedicates this century to his late father. "My dad passed away when I was 12 and ever since I had decided that when I play international cricket I want to dedicate my first 100 to him. Today is a very emotional day and I hope he is proud wherever he is," he said.
India vs West Indies, 2nd Test 2019: Jasprit Bumrah's Hat-Trick and Hanuma Vihari's Ton Take India to Commanding Position on Day 2
Jasprit Bumrah became only the third Indian to scalp a hat-trick in five-day cricket after Hanuma Vihari scored a maiden ton to take the visitors to a commanding position in the second Test against the West Indies here.
Team India Coaching Contracts to Come Into Effect From September 5, 2019
The batting coach's post was the most-debated one when it came to the selection of the Indian support staff as Bangar was under the scanner for his failure to provide a solution to the No.4 puzzle.
Rahkeem Cornwall Expresses His Delight After Getting Cheteshwar Pujara As First Test Wicket
Rahkeem Cornwall is happy after claiming his first Test wicket as the off-spinner dismissed Cheteshwar Pujara on Day 1 of the second and final Test here on Friday. Cornwall, who at 140 kg became the heaviest cricketer to play international cricket, returned with figures of 1/69 from his 27 overs on Day 1.
Rahkeem Cornwall Creates Unique Record in the 2nd IND vs WI 2019 Test, Becomes Heaviest Cricketer to Play International Cricket
Rahkeem Cornwall, 26, earned his Test cap after taking 260 wickets in 55 first-class matches besides scoring 2,224 runs at 24.43. He has impressed in his maiden Test so far, picking up the priced scalp of Cheteswar Pujara in the 27 overs he bolwed on Day 1.
Mayank Agarwal Believes India Are in a Great Position After Day 1 of 2nd India vs West Indies 2019 Test
Mayank Agarwal, who struck a well-crafted half-century, believes India are in a great position after Day 1 of the second and final Test being played at the Sabina Park. At Stumps on Day One, India were in a strong position after half-centuries from Agarwal (55) and skipper Virat Kohli (76), which helped the team reach 264/5.
Mayank Agarwal Says 'Pitch Was Challenging to Bat On' After Scoring a Fifty on Day 1 of 2nd IND vs WI 2019 Test
After being put in to bat, India had a steady start as openers KL Rahul and Agarwal laid down a foundation for the team. Both the batsmen put up a stand of 32 runs, but their resistance was cut short as Windies skipper Jason Holder had Rahul (13) caught at first slip.
India vs West Indies, 1st Test 2019: Virat Kohli and Mayank Agarwal Guide India to 264/5 on Day 1
Captain Virat Kohli's fighting 76 and opener Mayank Agarwal's half century helped India reach 264 for 5 on Day 1 to take a slight edge over the West Indies in their World Test Championships second match here. Rahane was out in the first over after tea as he dangled his bat outside off-stump for Jahmar Hamilton to take the catch