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3rd T20I: India edge past West Indies in last ball thriller

3rd T20I: India edge past West Indies in last ball thriller

Chennai: A brilliant batting display from Shikhar Dhawan (92) and Rishabh Pant (58) helped India edge past West Indies by six wickets in a last ball thriller in the final match of the Twenty20 International series here on Sunday. With this win, India completed a whitewash in the three-match series. After two quick wickets, Dhawan and

Women’s World T20: India restrict Pakistan to low total

Georgetown (Guyana): Pakistan rode on half-centuries from Bismah Maroof and Nida Dar to post 133/7 in their ICC Women’s World T20 clash here on Sunday. Fresh from a 52-run defeat to title contenders Australia in their opening match, Pakistan struggled to get going in the face of some accurate Indian bowling. Asked to bat first, Pakistan

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India hammer West Indies by 71 runs, win series 2-0

Lucknow: An all-round show guided India to a thumping 71-run victory over West Indies in the second contest of the three-match T20 international series at the newly inaugurated AB Vajpayee Cricket Stadium here on Tuesday. It was a completely one-sided affair as the hosts dominated the visitors in every department of the game and with the

Rohit cracks magnificent ton to help India post big total

Lucknow: Rohit Sharma became the leading Indian scorer in Twenty20 Internationals (T20I) as he cracked an unbeaten hundred to help the hosts post 195/2 in their 20 overs against the West Indies in the second T20I at the newly inaugurated AB Vajpayee Cricket Stadium here on Tuesday. Rohit remained unbeaten after smashing 111 runs off 61

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Don’t think we applied ourselves: Brathwaite

Kolkata: West Indies skipper Carlos Brathwaite on Sunday said his side lost to India in the first of the three Twenty20 Internationals as they could not apply themselves. “I don’t think we applied ourselves. We were either too defensive or too attacking. We could’ve scored 130-140, which would’ve been a winning total, had we kept some

Bowlers exceptional but some learning for batsmen: Rohit Sharma

Kolkata: India’s stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma praised his bowlers for their “exceptional performance” after a hard-fought five wicket win over the West Indies in the first of the three T20 Internationals here on Sunday. However, Sharma also conceded that the low-scoring match at the Eden Gardens also had some lessons for his batsmen, as to how

India spin out West Indies by five wickets

Kolkata: India pipped a fighting West Indies by five wickets riding on chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav’s venomous stuff backed up by some responsible middle order batting display after early hiccups in the first of the three T20 Internationals here on Sunday. Yadav (3/13) and debutant left arm orthodox spinner Krunal Pandya (1/15) spun a web around

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