HindustanTimes Mon,31 Aug 2015

India vs England 2011: News

Virat Kohli moving fast into the core group

Consistent performances in the build up to the World Cup ensured 22-year-old Virat Kohli a slot in the Indian line-up even after the seniors returned for the quadrennial event. Nilankur Das reports. On the move

First off the blocks, India look to power on

India have got the confidence booster they were looking for with a thumping win in the opener in Hyderabad. Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is back leading from the front, his gamble once again proving decisive. Nilankur Das reports. Match reckoner

Delhi belly hits England

World champions India rattled England once again with bat and ball to win the second one-dayer by eight wickets on Monday and take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series. Nilankar Das reports. Scorecard

Good to see youngsters step up with bat and ball: Dhoni

A beaming India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni said it feels good to be on the winning side with a bunch of youngsters who showed the way in taking a 2-0 lead in the five match ODI series against England at the Ferozeshah Kotla.

We have the self-belief to make a comeback, says Cook

Pushed on the backfoot by two heavy defeats against India, England captain Alastair Cook reckons that he has "got the right players" to stage a turnaround in the ODI series and it was just a case of the team not performing to potential.

Wanted to get Indian players out of their comfort zones: Patel

England's left-arm spinner of Indian origin Samit Patel has admitted that on-field verbal duels with Indian players have continued from the last series.

England call up Onions to replace injured Woakes

England called up Graham Onions to the squad for the remainder of the one-day internationals in India after fast bowler Chris Woakes was ruled out with a thigh strain today.

Young pacers shining in the land of spinners

Going into the one-day series against England, one area of concern for India was how the new rules would affect the side. The use of two new balls from both ends appears to have come as a blessing in disguise for the Indian pacers. Ashutosh Sharma reports. Scalps point

England face wrap music in Mohali

India are on the verge of wrapping up the series here but surprisingly the 26,000 capacity stadium still has a fifth of its tickets unsold. An appeal was made to the media to spread the news. Nilankur Das reports. Match reckoner

India beat England by five wickets, clinch ODI series

An unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series means India have taken a big step on their path to redemption, with the nightmares of drubbing for two-and-a-half months by the same opponents away from home pushed back to the sub-conscious. Nilankur Das reports. Scorecard | Graphics: India beat Eng 

Despite loss, England solve their batting dilemma

Till Thursday, it was baffling to see Ian Bell on the bench. After two successive batting failures in Hyderabad and Delhi, voices outside the England think-tank were growing louder to include the Warwickshire batsman in the playing eleven.

It's not a revenge series: Dhoni

The ongoing ODI series against England might be billed as 'revenge series' for India after the drubbing they received this summer but captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is no mood to term it that way.

Dhoni praises top order after series win over England

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Thursday praised his top-order batsmen for taking the home side to a series-clinching five-wicket victory over England in the third one-dayer here.

Paceman Umesh Yadav out of ODI series due to hand injury

Paceman Umesh Yadav has been ruled out of the remaining two one-day internationals against England after suffering a hand injury during the match in Mohali.

Poor fielding did us in: Cook

England captain Alastair Cook has blamed sloppy fielding for his side's drubbing at the hands of rampaging India in the ongoing series, which they have lost after biting dust in the third ODI Mohali.
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