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Ind vs Eng: Fielding coach Penney defends struggling Indian batsmen

'Our batsmen are not having technical issues'

Trevor Penney, India's fielding coach, credited England bowlers for hitting the good areas and making it tough for the Indian batsmen. "It was a good toss to win and the English guys bowled well, first session was crucial. In the first two Tests, we scored ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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'India's batting and fielding was a complete disaster in England'

‘I think we never learnt any lessons from our failures in 2011. We were playing five Tests matches against a top team, but there was hardly any preparation for such an important tour.’ Former chairman of selectors Kiran More discusses the Test series debacle in England with Harish Kotian and suggests remedial measures to help the team return to winning ways. The debacle in the Test series in England has thrown up a lot of question marks over India’s ability to win overseas.
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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McGrath blames horrendous fielding batting for Indias failure

spondent, Hindustan Times New Delhi, August 18, 2014 First Published: 16:02 IST(18/8/2014) Last Updated: 16:37 IST(18/8/2014) Former Australian pacer interacts with Hindustan Times editors at HT office (Raj K. Raj/HT Photo) Former Australian fast bowler Glenn ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Glenn McGrath: Indian fielding was horrendous, batting very poor  Yahoo! Malaysia1 month ago McGrath blames 'horrendous' fielding, batting for India's failure  Hindustan Times1 month ago

India Must Get Back to Basics, Things are Pretty Bad: McGrath Tells NDTV

India lost a hattrick of Test matches against England to lose the series 3-1. Woeful batting combined with bad fielding were the reasons for the debacle, feels former Aussie great Glenn McGrath. Reported by: NDTVSports Last updated on Monday, 18 August, 2014 ...
 NDTV1 month ago

England were simply superb, concedes India's fielding coach

There were no demons in the pitch but it was simply England's improved bowling that took the fizz out of the Indian batting, says India’s fielding coach Trevor Penney. - Scorecard - PHOTOS: India's batting flops as England dominate Day 1 "In the first two Tests, we scored runs. The batsmen got in and scored in both those matches. But in the last two matches we have struggled a bit and perhaps that is because England have been bowling better and a lot fuller," Penney said after first day's ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Nothing wrong with pitch, England were simply superb: Penney  IndiaTV News1 month ago
Business Standard India

Virat Kohli looks at business off field

Team India vice-captain Virat Kohli is thinking ahead of time and is busy managing his business plans forthe future. The 25 years old who shot to fame with his aggressive attitude with the bat and words on field, has been mulling prospective ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago

Virat Kohli: India's batting sensation turns FC Goa's co-owner

Virat Kohli has now joined Indian Super League club FC Goa as their co-owner Virat Kohli is a busy man these days. And by the looks of things, also a man in a hurry. Long touted one of world cricket's brightest batting stars, Virat will now co-own ...
 InToday1 week ago

I backed myself to go for it, says defensive Dhoni

Mahendra Singh Dhoni of India leaves the field after the NatWest T20 International against England. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni defended his decision of not rotating the strike in the last over against England in the one-off T20 International, saying he backed himself to go for it. "The last couple of deliveries Rayudu (Ambati) didn't middle, so I thought I will back myself to go for it," said Dhoni, after the three-run defeat which ended India's ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Team India look serious contenders to defend their World Cup title  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Shastri calls Fletcher a 'fatherly figure', a 'solid character'  Chennai Online3 weeks ago India's Tour of England: How Mahendra Singh Dhoni & Co. Fared  NDTV3 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Root's 100 props up England against India

Joe Root sparkled with his second ODI hundred as England's batting finally came good to give India a reasonably stiff target of 295 in the inconsequential fifth and final cricket one-dayer here on Friday. Root's second ODI hundred helped England ...
 Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago Root hundred props up England; Target 295 for India  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago India look to whitewash England  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Live Reporting: Ind vs Eng: India lose 5th ODI by 41 runs, win the series 3-1  IndiaTV News4 weeks ago

Crowded field of contenders with five months to cricket's World Cup 2015

After what at one stage this month looked like a vast game of musical chairs, reigning champions India ended up topping the world rankings when the five-month countdown to the 2015 World Cup started last week. With just three rating points ...
 Abu Dhabi National1 week ago ICC World Cup 2015: Team Analysis as Five-Month Countdown Begins  NDTV2 weeks ago The World Cup countdown begins  Qatar Peninsula2 weeks ago World Cup 2015 in Australia-New Zealand to be closest ever  Daily Times2 weeks ago
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