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Indian bowling 'a work in progress', says bowling coach B Arun

PTIIndia's bowlers were hammered by Australian opener David Warner en-route to a fantastic 101, on day 1 of the Sydney test.India's young attack is still 'a work in progress' and 'more time' is needed to iron out its deficiencies, Indian bowling ... 24Dunia, 2 weeks ago

PM to honour Indian cricket team

Stories in Mocktale are works of fiction intended to bring a smile to your face. They bear no connection to events and characters in real life.According to the cricket experts, India's loss in the fourth test match against Australia was inevitable.
 24Dunia2 weeks ago
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Bowlers have to improve: Virat Kohli

is quite proud of the character and composure that the Indian cricket team showed in the lost Test series against Australia but skipper Virat Kohli on Saturday made it clear that fighting spirit alone cannot make up for the side's poor bowling, ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago 4th Test: India 73/1 at lunch in chase of 349 for victory  24Dunia2 weeks ago Stifled India reach lunch 276 from victory target  24Dunia2 weeks ago India trail Australia by 338 runs at tea  24Dunia2 weeks ago
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Kohli draws pride from defiant stand

India clung on for a tense draw with three wickets left to deny Australia their third victory of the cricket series in the fourth Test in Sydney... ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago

Indian pacers should learn from Hazlewood: Kohli

Sydney, Jan 10: Indian skipper Virat Kohli Saturday identified Australia's young pacer Josh Hazlewood as the poster boy for India's misfiring pace attack.Hazlewood, who debuted in the series, bowled a disciplined line and length in Sydney, claiming ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago

India secure a draw, Australia take series 2-0 (Roundup)

managed to cling on to a draw in the fourth and final Test courtesy some brave batting by Ajinkya Rahane and Bhuvneshwar Kumar as Australia won the series 2-0 at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) here... ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago PHOTOS: India escape with a draw in Sydney; Australia win series 2-0  24Dunia2 weeks ago Australia and India draw 4th test, hosts win series 2-0  24Dunia2 weeks ago

Team India hits new low, slips to 7th in ICC Test Rankings

hit a new low in Test cricket today when they slipped to the number 7 spot in the latest ICC Rankings after the completion of the series against Australia.and final Test against Australia in Sydney today on the 5th day but lost the series 0-2. With ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago

Smith gives Spidercam OK after drop

says his Spidercam-assisted dropped catch could have changed the course of the drawn SCG Test against India, but the Australian captain has stopped short of criticising the technology.India batted out the final day of the fourth Test on Saturday, as ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago Smith fumes at Spidercam interference  24Dunia2 weeks ago

Tredwell backs Cook to return strong

England spinner James Tredwell thinks Alastair Cook will benefit from a break after being replaced as one-day captain.... BBC | 4 Hour(s) ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago

New Zealand register 2-0 series victory

New Zealand players celebrate their 2-0 series win over Sri Lanka on Wednesday. — AFPNew Zealand recovered from first innings turmoil to beat Sri Lanka by 193 runs in the second Test in Wellington on Wednesday and record a 2-0 victory in the ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago
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