Indian cricket team
ODI WC: India play stats-driven cricket, too worried about their stats too often, says Simon Doull
India, the 1983 and 2011 champions, will open its 2023 Men’s ODI World Cup campaign against Australia on October 8 at the MA Chidambaram in Chennai.
Most important goal for me as a player right now is to win World Cup 2023: Shubman Gill
Gill launched a scintillating onslaught by hitting ten boundaries, six of which came against Shaheen Shah Afridi, to reach his fifty off just 37 balls and stitch an opening partnership of 121 runs with skipper Rohit Sharma (56) before rain pushed the match to the reserve day. India will on Monday from 147/2 in 24.1 overs on reserve day.
To win the World Cup, name is more important or form?: Gambhir backs Ishan over Rahul to play in ODI World Cup
During the discussion on Star Sports, Kaif expressed the opinion that, despite Ishan's impressive half-century against Pakistan, he should make room for KL Rahul in the lineup. In contrast, Gambhir argued that current form holds greater significance than a player's reputation or name.
3rd T20I: Been a lot of fun captaining and it was an honour captaining them, says Jasprit Bumrah
"It's been a lot of fun (captaining) and it was an honour captaining them. They were enthusiastic and eager even when rain was around. Makes my job easier when players are so confident, and they tell me what to do," said Bumrah, who also took the Player of the Series award.
One thing I want in this team is to make sure everyone is okay to bat anywhere, says Rohit Sharma
"Ajit (Agarkar, chief selector) is new to the picture and he didn’t know what was happening before that. I have tried to keep him updated as much as possible. But one thing I want in this team is to make sure everyone is okay to bat anywhere. That's one thing we need to keep in mind. Now, cricket is moving in a different direction."
Shubman Gill bags three awards, SKY named T20 Player of the Year; Deepti Sharma is best women player
Besides being named the Men's International Cricketer of the Year, Shubman Gill was also named the CEAT Men's International Batter of the Year and the also the ODI Batter of the Year as the young Indian opener dominated the show thanks to his scintillating batting in the last 12 months.
Nitish Rana announces move to Uttar Pradesh from Delhi for current domestic season
Nitish Rana, the left-handed batting all-rounder who captained Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 2023, will be reuniting with his franchise team-mate, left-handed middle-order batter Rinku Singh in the Uttar Pradesh side. He is now eligible to play in the inaugural edition of the UPT20 League, where he will be playing for Noida Super Kings.
2nd T20I: Ruturaj Gaikwad, Sanju Samson, Rinku Singh carry India to 185-5 against Ireland
Gaikwad made 58 off 43 balls and shared a crucial 71-run partnership with Samson, who made a quick-fire 26-ball 40. Though it appeared that India was losing some momentum in the back-end of the innings, Rinku found his groove in a late burst to make 38 off 21 balls and with Shivam Dube being 22 not out, the duo hit 42 runs in last 12 balls to take India past 180.
WI v IND: Gill, Jaiswal star as India thrash West Indies by 9 wickets, level series 2-2
After Shimron Hetmyer was breezy in his stroke play to slam a 39-ball 61 and take West Indies to a competitive 178/8 in 20 overs, Gill and Jaiswal absolutely bossed the chase to help India level the series at 2-2, with Sunday’s game now a winner-takes-it-all decider.
Even Jadeja is not playing...don’t want anyone to miss key events, says Rohit on missing T20Is v Windies
Rohit Sharma played the first ODI but was absent from the next two games and the subsequent T20I series in West Indies.