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All the stats from India's first series win over Sri Lanka in 22 years
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All the stats from India's first series win over Sri Lanka in ...

Statistical highlights on the fifth and final day of the third cricket Test between India and Sri Lanka in Colombo on Tuesday. The post All the stats from India’s first series win over Sri Lanka in 22 years appeared first on Firstpost . First Post.com, 2 days ago
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Tharindu Kaushal reported with suspected illegal action

Press Trust of India | Colombo September 2, 2015 Last Updated at 13:13 IST Sri Lanka off-spinner Tharindu Kaushal has been reported with a suspected illegal bowling action during the third Test against India, which concluded at the Singhalese Sports Club in ...
 Business Standard2 days ago Cricket-Sri Lanka spinner Kaushal reported for illegal action  Reuters2 days ago Sri Lanka's Kaushal reported for suspect bowling action  Sify16 hours ago Sri Lanka spinner Kaushal reported for illegal action  Reuters2 days ago
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Sunil Gavaskar Backs an India Win, Wants Virat Kohli to Lead From Front

India have a 132-run lead going into Day 4 of the Colombo test. Sunil gavaskar wants skipper Virat Kohli to take  more responsibility and fashion a series win after 22 years.
 NDTV5 days ago Kohli is a "pro-active" skipper: Gavaskar  Sify1 day ago
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PHOTOS: Ishant shines but Sri Lanka fight back on Day 3

Photos from Day 3 of the third Test played between India and Sri Lanka in Colombo on Sunday   IMAGE: Sri Lanka's Dhammika Prasad (right) celebrates with his teammates Kaushal Silva (left) and Upul Tharanga (centre) after taking the wicket of India's Cheteshwar Pujara on Day 3 of the third and final Test match in Colombo on Sunday. Photograph: Dinuka Liyanawatte/Reuters Sri Lanka bowled a fiery spell, picking three quick wickets to put India in a spot at 21 for 3 after Ishant Sharma claimed ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Prasad's bouncers make Ishant animated, furious!  Rediff.com3 days ago Tempers run high as Prasad tries to bounce out Ishant in 3rd Test  Hindustan Times4 days ago
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Ishant Sharma's behaviour pathetic display of aggression: Bishan Singh Bedi

Ishant played a vital role in India's series clinching win in Colombo, bagging eight wickets in the match to join the 200 wicket-takers club. NEW DELHI: Terming Ishant Sharma's verbal duels with the Sri Lankans a "pathetic display of aggression", former India ...
 Economic Times2 days ago 'Ishant's behaviour in Sri Lanka is pathetic display of aggression'  Rediff.com2 days ago Ishant's behaviour pathetic display of aggression: Bedi  Jagran Post2 days ago
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Rohit says India in very 'good position' in Colombo Test

Aug 31, 8:23 pm Colombo, Aug 31 ( ANI ): India batsman Rohit Sharma has said that his side are standing in a 'good position' at the moment after reducing Sri Lanka to 67-3 at draw of stumps on the fourth day of the decisive third and ...
 Ani News4 days ago We stand in a very good position: Rohit  Sify4 days ago
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Rohit strikes half-century, India extend lead to 243

Colombo: India strengthened their hold on the third and final cricket Test against Sri Lanka, extending their lead to 243 by reaching 132 for five at lunch on Day 4 of the match here today. Rohit Sharma, 50 off 72 balls, notched up his fourth Test half ...
 State Times4 days ago Day 4 Lunch Report: Rohit strikes half-century, India extend lead to 243  ABP Live4 days ago Day 4 Report: India on verge of historic series win in Sri Lanka  ABP Live4 days ago
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Driving a 'tuk-tuk', playing badminton: Team India take a break

Having levelled the three-match Test series in Colombo Virat Kohli and his team members are unwinding themselves in the most cool way. From going out in a 'tuk tuk' to playing badminton, members of Team India are having a gala time off the field. First, ...
 Sify1 week ago After Colombo win, Indian cricketers enjoy badminton  ABP Live1 week ago After Colombo win, Indian players enjoy badminton  MSN News US1 week ago 'Tuk-tuk' and badminton as Team India enjoys day off in Colombo  Rediff.com1 week ago
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3rd Test, Day 3: Sri Lanka slip further, take tea at 175/8

Colombo: Indian bowlers continued their impressive showing despite Kushal Perera’s defiant fifty as Sri Lanka were reduced to 175 for eight at tea on Day 3 of the third and final cricket Test here today.Responding to India’s first innings score of ...
 IndiaTV News3 days ago Sri Lanka v India Day 3 tea report: Lower order ...  Firstpost.com5 days ago 2nd Test, Day 3: Sri Lanka at 224/3 in reply to India's 393  IndiaTV News1 week ago 2nd Test, Day 2: Sri Lanka reach 65/1 at tea in reply to India’s 393  IndiaTV News1 week ago
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India in Sri Lanka: Kusal Perera Believes It's Anyone's Game Now

Dhammika Prasad celebrates with teammates. AFP Colombo: Having hit a defiant fifty to help Sri Lanka claw back into the game, wicketkeeper-batsman Kusal Perera on Sunday said the match was evenly poised after India's top-order was rattled in the ...
 NDTV5 days ago Match is open now, says Sri Lanka wicket-keeper Kusal Perera  Times of Oman5 days ago There is a chance we can win this match: Kusal Perera  MSN News US5 days ago If we take two wickets in the morning, there's a chance we can win: Kusal Perera  Indian Express5 days ago
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