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Ishant Sharma: Maturing with age

Ishant Sharma may not be picking up wickets by the bagful but has been chipping with crucial spells that set up for spinners to run through the opposition. DNA, 3 days ago
Sharmarket on the Rise New Indian Express, 3 days ago
Ishant Sharma fined for send-offs DailyFT, 3 days ago

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'Mature' Ishant leading the Indian attack well, says Sharma

IMAGE: India fast bowler Ishant Sharma. Photograph: Getty Images Former India pacer Chetan Sharma believes Ishant Sharma has matured as a bowler and is leading the attack well following good performances with the ball in the ongoing three-Test series in Sri Lanka. Ishant, who has coped a fair amount of criticism for his below-par showing in Test cricket in the last few years, gave India crucial breakthroughs in the first two Tests against Sri Lanka. Chetan pointed out that even a couple of ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago 'Mature' Ishant leading the pack well: Chetan Sharma  Business Standard4 days ago Ishant Sharma is a 'mature' fast bowler: Chetan Sharma  One India4 days ago Ishant Sharma leading the pack well: Chetan Sharma  Asian Age4 days ago
IBNLive India News

Ishant holds his own as India spin dramatic turnaround in Colombo

From the first morning in Galle to the third day's play in Colombo, Ishant has displayed great attitude as a fast bowler - always at it and never letting the batsmen settle. () Colombo: India's plans were falling flat. Everything they threw at ...
 IBNLive India News1 week ago Will go hard at Sanga: Ishant  The Telegraph3 weeks ago Will go hard at Sangakkara, says Ishant ahead of India-Sri Lanka Test series  First Post.com3 weeks ago I will go hard at Sangakkara, says Ishant  Sify3 weeks ago
IBNLive India News

Kohli gets first win as captain as India hit back to level series

India's Ishant Sharma (second right) and captain Virat Kohli (centre) celebrate with teammates after taking the wicket of Sri Lanka's Jehan Mubarak during the fifth day of the second Test in Colombo. Photograph: Dinuka Liyanawatte/Reuters Ravichandran Ashwin produced another magical spell to scalp five wickets as India notched a series-levelling 278-run victory in the second Test against Sri Lanka, denying the legendary Kumar Sangakkara a fairytale farewell from the game.  ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Rahane, Ashwin, Rahul heroes of Virat Kohli's first win as Test captain  IBNLive India News4 days ago Virat Kohli savours first Test win as captain  Cricbuzz.com5 days ago India win as Sri Lanka crumble  AOL UK5 days ago
India Today

Ishant Sharma fined for disciplinary breach in second Test

The International Cricket Council said Sunday that Sharma was fined a total of 65 percent of his match fee | Colombo, August 24, 2015 | UPDATED 10:14 IST He was fined 15 percent for provoking Lahiru Thirimanne after he was dismissed on Saturday.
 India Today5 days ago
Times of India

Second new ball did the trick for Ishant and India: Gavaskar

India | Colombo August 22, 2015 Last Updated at 20:13 IST Praising India for the favourable position they find themseleves in against Sri Lanka, former captain Sunil Gavaskar today said that the second new ball made Ishant Sharma turn it around for the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Second new ball did trick for Ishant Sharma and India: Sunil Gavaskar  Zee News1 week ago Second new ball did the trick: Gavaskar  Times of India1 week ago
Indian Express

Stuart Binny's little feat gives India leg up on Day 3

Stuart Binny takes his first Test wicket by dismissing India's biggest obstacle Angelo Matthews; Ishant Sharma, Amit Mishra too bowl inspiring spells as visitors stretch lead. Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews, after scoring a century on the third ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Binny call-up a panic move  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Ishant Binny pull the rug from under Sri Lanka

Provided by Wisden Angelo Mathews was the fulcrum around which the Sri Lankan batting revolved for most parts of the day. AFP Angelo Mathews is vulnerable in the nervous 90s, having been dismissed five times in his Test career with the ...
 MSN News US1 week ago

Nehra praises Ishant

Ashish Nehra, on Saturday, said he was not immediately thinking of moving out of Delhi, but would decide about his cricketing future in the next six to eight weeks. Making it clear that he would only be available for one-day and T20 cricket for the state, ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago Ashish Nehra believes Ishant Sharma is the least talented of the Indian bowlers  Sportskeeda.com2 weeks ago 'Ishant is the least talented but one of the most hardworking'  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Hard work reason behind Ishant playing 60 plus Tests: Nehra  Business Standard3 weeks ago

Ishant Sharma's 5/35 destroys top-order of Sri Lanka President XI

he rules of a practice game are applicable in this match with a set of 15 players allowed per side, while only 11 can bat and field at a time.
 DNA3 weeks ago Ishant Sharma wrecks havoc in India's tour game  India Today3 weeks ago Ishant Sharma's fiver destroys Sri Lanka President's XI top-order  Economic Times3 weeks ago Ishant fifer destroys SL President's XI top-order  Sify3 weeks ago
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