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Kohli And Aaron Named In India's Squad To Tour England

Wed, 28th, May 2014
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India play their 1st test match of the series against England starting from 9th July after playing 2 practice games from 26th June.

Kohli has been in excellent touch on the international level recently scoring hundreds at free will. He last played a test match against New Zealand where he scored 105* in the 2nd innings. Varun Aaron is making a return to the test squad after his debut in 2011 against West Indies.

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Albie Morkel - The Perfect All-Rounder

Mon, 14th, Apr 2014
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India makes great batsmen, Pakistan has its pace factory, Sri Lanka has spinners and South Africa, they make better all rounders, especially seam bowling ones than any other cricketing nation.

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The Kohlification Effect

Mon, 7th, Apr 2014
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A look at how Indian stalwart, Virat Kohli did in the recently concluded ICC T20 World Cup, 2014.

With the ICC T20 World Cup drawing to an end yesterday, it is time to sit back and reflect on the performances of the players. India had an unbeaten run in the tournament until hitting a roadblock in the finals - the consistent key performer being none other than Virat Kohli.

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World T20: Sri Lanka outclass India to lift title

Mon, 7th, Apr 2014
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It was a night brimming with varied emotions – excitement, nervousness, nostalgia, etc. For Sri Lanka, it meant bidding adieu to two their greatest cricketers to have graced the game. Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara had reached the finals four times, only to end up being heartbroken. Not this time. In what was their last T20I appearance, the two iconic batsmen broke the hoodoo scripted a fitting farewell for themselves.

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World T20: Sensational Virat takes India to finale

Sat, 5th, Apr 2014
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South Africa's World T20 campaign was full of close finishes until now. With an intent to put up a strong total on the board, Faf du Plessis elected to bat first against an Indian side that feasted on chases. They quickly lost Quinton de Kock at the start, with Hashim Amla and du Plessis doing the reconstruction bit. R Ashwin then came up with a delivery that turned in from outside leg stump, leaving Amla in disbelief as he walked back just after getting into decent form.

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ICC T20 Rankings: India jump to No.1 spot

Tue, 1st, Apr 2014
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India cruised to the semi-finals of the ICC tournament after they comprehensively defeated hosts Bangladesh at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium on Friday. They are now placed at the top of the table with 129 rating points, followed by Sri Lanka (128 points) in second place.

On Sunday, India outclassed a hapless Australian side and maintained their unbeaten streak, winning all four games played so far.

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World T20: Indian bowlers deliver another easy win

Mon, 31st, Mar 2014
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India finally dropped Shikhar Dhawan to give Ajinkya Rahane a go, while Mohit Sharma replaced Mohammad Shami in the pace department. MS Dhoni lost his first toss in 13 international outings, but this time he got what he asked for as George Bailey put them in. Pakistan's win over Bangladesh earlier in the day had already ousted Australia from the tournament, but India still had a little experimentation to do with their playing XI as well as the conditions.

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World T20: India crush Bangladesh to seal semi-final berth

Fri, 28th, Mar 2014
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MS Dhoni won yet another toss, for the 15th successive time and put in a jittery Bangladesh to bat. The openers were off to a flyer, stealing 13 off the 1st over, before R Ashwin struck twice in his opening overs. Bhuvneshwar Kumar then dismissed Bangladesh's best batsman Shakib Al Hasan on the first ball of his over to reduce the hosts to 21/3 in the 5th over.

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World T20: India topple listless West Indies

Mon, 24th, Mar 2014
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The Windies were awful to start with, after MS Dhoni won his second successive toss and elected to bowl. Dwayne Smith looked clueless against some top-notch outswingers from Bhuvneshwar Kumar before succumbing to spin, while Mohammad Shami kept things tight at the other end. Chris Gayle was run-out after playing his slowest possible T20 knock, (34 off 33 balls) and despite being dropped twice in his innings, failed to take advantage. The spinners were once again at the forefront, particularly Amit Mishra, whose leg spin rewarded him with yet another noteworthy performance.

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World T20: India crush arch rivals in low-scoring opener

Sat, 22nd, Mar 2014
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Pakistan had beaten India in the Asia Cup just a fortnight ago, and one would have expected them to prepare well. But it wasn't to be. MS Dhoni dished out wise decisions one after the other: He picked three spinners, won the toss, put Pakistan in to bat – all according to the plan.

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