Saturday, 28 March, 2020

Author: ABP NEWS


After setting India a daunting target of 185, Australians bowled out India for 99 with seamer Megan Schutt leading the bowling efforts with 4 wickets and conceding just 18 runs. Jess Jonassen picked 3 wickets while Delissa Kimmince, Nicola Carey Read more…


After setting India a daunting target of 185, Australians bowled out India for 99 with seamer Megan Schutt leading the bowling efforts with 4 wickets and conceding just 18 runs. Jess Jonassen picked 3 wickets while Delissa Kimmince, Nicola Carey Read more…


India has entered its first finals of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup as the semi-final clash against England got abandoned due to rain on Thursday at the Sydney Cricket Ground. There were no reserve days for the semi-finals and as Read more…


After being thrashing by Team India in T20Is, the Kiwis returned the favour in ODI series with a 3-0 drubbing. So it will be a ‘test’ of Virat’s boys when take the field on Friday against New Zealand. Meanwhile, their Read more…


India lost to Bangladesh by 3 wickets in the final of the U19 cricket World Cup. This is Bangladesh’s first ICC tournament win. After the match, during the pitch invasion by Bangladesh fans, a scuffle broke out between the players Read more…


New Zealand defeated India by 18 runs in the first semifinal of the ICC World Cup played at the Old Trafford cricket ground at Manchester to secure a berth in the grand finale of the marquee event. Defending a 239-run Read more…


England are all set to lock horns with New Zealand in the epic battle for ICC World Cup 2019 on Sunday at Lord’s. This World Cup has created a bizarre record – for having the most washed out matches. And Read more…


England found cricketing bliss by dint of divine intervention and Ben Stokes’ brilliance, cracking a code that proved indecipherable for 44 years as history sliced through New Zealand’s grasp in a World Cup final that will be remembered for ages. Read more…


The notorious Manchester weather pushed the first semifinal of the World Cup to the reserve day after dominant Indian bowlers excelled yet again to restrict New Zealand to a sub-par 211 for five, here Tuesday. Rain forced players off the Read more…


The notorious Manchester weather pushed the first semifinal of the World Cup to the reserve day after dominant Indian bowlers excelled yet again to restrict New Zealand to a sub-par 211 for five, here Tuesday. Rain forced players off the Read more…