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Figure out India's record in South Africa

Kepler Wessels not surprised with India's ODI series triu...

Praising the visiting team, Wessels pointed out that India were clearly the better side and they played accordingly. On the other hand, South Africa's frailties against quality spin hurt them. India, led by Virat Kohli won its first ODI series in South Africa ... Zee News, 1 month ago
Wessels praises Indian spinner duo Chahal-Yadav Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Virat gets best out of his players: Kepler Wessels

I think he is very good. He brings good aggression to the entire Indian team. He leads from the front, and makes runs when the team comes under pressure. He gets the best out of his players, so I like his style.
 MSN India2 months ago

India's leggie spin-twins leave Wessels, Tendulkar impressed

'I firmly believed that the wrist spinners can add lot of value as they are not dependant on the surface. It is about what you do in the air and you have varieties bowling leg-spinners as well as googlies' IMAGE: India's leg-spin duo, Yuzvendra Chahal (right) and Kuldeep Yadav made a mockery of the South African batsman in the just concluded ODI series. Photograph: BCCI Hailing the quality of wrist spin bowled by the Indian duo of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav, former-South Africa ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Why does Virat constantly change his playing 11?

In the 35 Tests Kohli has led as captain, he has fielded 35 different playing 11s.Sure, the chopping and changing worked in the sub-continent because the home conditions masked the deficiencies in constantly chopping and changing the playing 11, says Chetan Narula. IMAGE: Virat Kohli who hit a classy 153 in the second Test at Pretoria. Photograph: BCCI In December 2014, Virat Kohli first led India in Test cricket as interim skipper while M S Dhoni missed the Adelaide Test due to injury. Since ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'You can't find fault in Kohli's overall captaincy'

‘Kohli brings out the best in this Indian team. He gives them confidence to win, with his runs and his leadership’ ‘He shows a lot of emotion on the field. Sometimes this can be a good thing and at other times, maybe it's not such a good thing’ IMAGE: Indian captain Virat Kohli celebrates as India win the Third Test. Photograph: BCCI Former South African captain Kepler Wessels feels that while Virat Kohli can still try strike a balance in his aggression, his style of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Experts criticise 'dangerous' Wanderers pitch

IMAGE: Hardik Pandya reacts after being hit on the wrist from a Kagiso Rabada delivery on Day 3 of the 3rd Test on Friday. Photograph: BCCI The Wanderers pitch on offer for the ongoing third cricket Test between India and South Africa has come in for sharp criticism with former West Indies fast bowler Michael Holding terming the surface "dangerous".   "This pitch, I think, is dangerous. I would hate to be a batsman on this pitch given what I am seeing happening out there at the moment on ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

It's just a matter of one good season, says Raina on India comeback

India discard Suresh Raina is confident that he will don the India jersey soon and that he is excited to play under MS Dhoni in the upcoming IPL 2018. Raina along with Ravindra Jadeja and Dhoni were retained by Chennai Super Kings (CSK) after the franchise ...
 Sify2 months ago
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