MS Dhoni is likely to opt out of the tour, but will that help India solve its middle order conundrum?
India’s worst fears came true in the semi-final match.
In an era where Indian society is divided, Sanjay Manjrekar’s commentary unites everybody.
After nearly 6 weeks of the Cricket World Cup, we are finally in the endgame now with India taking on New Zealand in the first of the two semifinals at Old Trafford.
We have seen more intent from Rahul Gandhi during an election campaign than from Indian batsmen during the final few overs.
When Afghanistan were restricted to 227 in their 50 overs, the game looked to be going as per the script.
The presence of Pant in the middle order can give India a batsman who can keep the scoring rate up while Dhoni can take his time at the other end.
While the World Cup matches between the 2 sides have been mostly one-sided, they have produced some really memorable events that stick long into the memory
While the darkest hour in Indian Cricket claimed a couple of its stars, it also opened up the spot in the middle order for a youngster by the name of Yuvraj Singh.
One of India’s best ever One Day Internationals batsman Yuvraj Singh has finally called time on his cricketing career and announced his retirement