Live updates and scores from Day 7 of the Asian Games 2018: Tajinderpal Singh broke Asian Games record to win gold for India.(HT Photo)
Live updates and scores from Day 7 of the Asian Games 2018: Tajinderpal Singh broke Asian Games record to win gold for India.(HT Photo)

Asian Games 2018, Day 7 highlights: Tajinderpal Singh wins gold with games record, three bronze in squash

Tajinderpal Singh Toor lit up day 7 for India at the Asian Games 2018. The 23-year-old broke games record with a throw of 20.75 meters to win India’s only gold of the day. There was further good news as Rajiv Arokia and Muhammed Anas qualified for men’s 400m. In women’s division Hima Das and Nirmla made it to the finals. Although India managed to get three bronze in squash it was slightly disappointing that none of them could be converted into silver or even gold. India continued to blaze a trail in hockey and women beat Korea 4-1. India are also assured of at least two more medals in bridge in men’s team and mixed team.

By HT Correspondent | Hindustan Times, New Delhi
UPDATED ON AUG 26, 2018 07:04 AM IST
20:19 pm IST

That’s it. Thank you for joining us

That’s it for today from Asian Games 2018. A day that will be remembered for Tajinderpal Singh Toor’s record breaking throw.

Do join us tomorrow as the action continues.

19:55 pm IST

India beat Korea

India women’s hockey team beat Korea 4-1 in a pool B match. The game was level for a long time but a late blitz from India gave them a comfortable win in the end.

19:53 pm IST

Update:Men’s 400m

Both Rajiv Arokia and Muhammed Anas Yahiya have qualified for the final of Men’s 400m. While Anas finished first, Arokia came second in his heat.

19:48 pm IST

Update: Volleyball

India women’s team go down to Chinese Taipei in the pool B match. India lost 25-23, 21-25, 25-18, 18-25, 13-15.

19:40 pm IST

Update: Women’s 400m

Nirmla has also qualified for the final of Women’s 400m. She clocked a time of 54.09 seconds in the third heat.

19:35 pm IST

Tajinderpal Singh Toor wins gold

Tajinderpal Singh Toor wins gold with Asian Games record throw of 20.75m in men’s shot put. This is India’s first gold of Day 7 of the Asian games 2018.

19:28 pm IST

Hima Das qualifies

Hima Das has qualified for the final of women’s 400m. She finished second taking 51 seconds.

19:25 pm IST

Tajinderpal makes Asian Games record

Tajinderpal Singh has just broken the Asian Games record with a throw of 20.75 meters. A gold looks a certainty now.

19:13 pm IST

Women’s 10,000m marathon update

India’s Sanjivani BaburaoJadhav and Suriya Loganathan finish sixth and ninth respectively and fail to win a medal.

18:59 pm IST

Update: Volleyball

After losing the second set to Chinese Taipei, India have taken the third set 25-18. India lead 2-1 after three sets.

18:56 pm IST

Korea equalise

Korea have equalised against India in women’s hockey. Lee Yurim with the equaliser from a penalty stroke.

18:51 pm IST

India lead Korea

Navneet Kaur has given India the lead against Korea in women’s hockey.

18:47 pm IST

Men’s shot put begins

Tajinderpal Singh Toor is currently first in men’s shot put. His first throw was 19.96 meters.

18:45 IST

Hockey underway

Women’s hockey match between India and Hockey is now underway.

18:35 pm IST

Women’s 10,000 m marathon to begin

Women’s 10,000 m marathon featuring Sanjivani BaburaoJadhav and Suriya Loganathan is set to begin.

18:25 IST

Update: Volleyball

India women are currently playing Chinese Taipei and after two sets the score stands at 1-1. India won the first set but then lost the second.

18:09 IST

Dutee Chand qualifies

Dutee Chand has qualified for the next round of women’s 100m. She finished top with a time of 11.38 seconds.

18:01 pm IST

No medal in women’s hammer throw

Sarita committed a foul throw in his fifth and sixth throws to finish outside of the medal positions. At one point she had a real chance to at least win a bronze.

17:55 pm IST

Sarita now 5th

After a foul throw in her fifth attempt Sarita Romit Singh is now fifth in women’s hammer throw.

17:33 pm IST

Sreeshankar qualifies for final

In men’s long jump Sreeshankar jumped 7.83m to qualify for the final of the event. The jump was his first attempt.

17:30 Pm IST

Sarita up to 4th

Sarita Romit Singh is now up to 4th in Women’s Hammer Throw. In her third attempt she threw 62.03m.

17:26 pm IST

Long Jump qualification

India will be represented by Sreeshankar in long jump qualification event which is now underway.

17:09 hrs IST

India in men’s archery

India’s recurve archery campaign at the Asian Games came to an end on Saturday as the men’s team lost to South Korea 1-5 in the quarter-final moments after the women faced a 2-6 defeat at the hands of Taiwan.

17:05 hrs IST

Saurav Ghosal gets bronze

Another disappointment for India as Saurav Ghosal squandered a two-game lead to settle for bronze in the men’s singles squash. He was defeated 2-3 by Chun Ming AU of Hong Kong.

16:58 hrs IST

Manu Attri-Sumeeth Reddy lose

Disappointment for Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy in men’s doubles. They come from 14-17 down in decider to bring up match before losing 13-21, 21-17, 23-25 against Junhui Li/Yuchen Liu.

16:49 hrs IST

Good news for India

India might get to host the Diamond League of athletics as the glitzy showpiece, which features the top stars of the sport, needs to be taken to all major cities of the world, IAAF President Sebastian Coe said on Saturday.

16:44 hrs IST

World Record

Iranian weightlifter Sohrab Moradi broke the world record in the 94kg snatch event by lifting 189kg. He eclipsed the previous mark of 188kg set by Akakios Kakiavilis of Greece in 1999.

16:38 hrs IST

Squash recap: India’s double bronze

Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa had to be content with bronze medals in women’s singles after losing to their respective opponents in the semifinals.

While Dipika lost to defending champion Nicol David of Malaysia in the first semifinal, Joshna was shown the door by Malaysian Sivasangari Subramaniam of Malaysia.

16:29 hrs IST

Loss in badminton

In the men’s doubles category, Satwik Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty lost their pre-quarter final match to the South Korean pair of Kang Minhyuk and Choi Solgyu 17-21, 21-19,17-21.

16:22 hrs IST

India in Handball

The Indian women’s handball team defeated Malaysia 54-19 in their Classification 9th-10th Place match at the Asian Games. Also, in bridge, 2 medals are assured for India in men’s team and mixed team

16:12 hrs IST

Good start in men’s squash

Sourav Ghosal has taken a 1-0 lead over Chun Ming AU of Hong Kong and funnily, it was the first game that an Indian athlete won in squash today.

15:57 hrs IST

Boxing glory

Pavitra registered a comprehensive win over Pakistan’s Rukhsana Perveen to proceed to the quarterfinals of women’s 60 kg weight category in the Asian Games. Pavitra, the former National Games gold medallist, dominated the bout that saw the scoreline reading 10-8 in her favour after the referees were forced to stop the competition even before the opening round ended.

15:48 hrs IST

Weightlifters disappoint

Indian weightlifters’ listless campaign in the Asian Games came to an end today as Vikas Thakur finished eighth in the men’s 94kg category. Thakur lifted a total of 335kg (145kg+190kg).

15:37 hrs IST

Two medals in squash

India already has two bronze medals in squash thanks to Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Palikal. Up next, Saurav Ghosal will take part in the men’s singles semifinal.

15:30 hrs IST

United Korea wins

A Unified Korea team featuring athletes from North and South Korea won dragon boat bronze for their first medal at the Asian Games on Saturday.

15:26 hrs IST

Chinappa settles for bronze

Joshna Chinappa settles for bronze after losing in the women’s semi-finals to Sivasangari Subramaniam.

15:14 hrs IST

Chinappa trails in semi

Joshna Chinappa was trailing 2-0 to Sivasangari Subramaniam but has clawed back and the deficit is now 2-1.

14:50 hrs IST

Ponappa, Sikki Reddy lose in quarters

The women’s pair of Ashwini Ponappa and N Sikki Reddy suffered a straight games defeat to China’s Jia Yifan and Qingchen Chen.

14:42 hrs IST

Weightlifting update

Vikas Thakur could only manage an eighth placed finished in the men’s 94 kg weightlifting category.

14:35 hrs IST

Pavitra wins vs Pakistani boxer

Indian boxer Pavitra beat Pakistan’s Rukhsana Parveen in the women’s 60 kg round of 16 bout.

14:30 hrs IST

India in boxing, squash action

Indian boxer Pavitra will take on Pakistan’s Rukhsana Parveen in the women’s 60 kg round of 16 bout. At the same time, Joshna Chinappa will play the women’s singles squash final against Malaysia’s Sivasangari Subramaniam.

14:15 hrs IST

PV Sindhu reaches quarter-finals

Sindhu wins her round of 16 game vs Gregoria Mariska Tunjung 21-12, 21-15. Easy win for the Hyderabadi shuttler and it will do her confidence a world of good.

14:09 hrs IST

Pallikal settles for bronze

Dipika Pallikal lost the third game as well, meaning she will not make the final and will settle for a bronze medal in the Asian Games.

14:04 hrs IST

Sindhu dominant

PV Sindhu has raced to an 11-4 lead in the second game. At this rate she is easily sealing her passage into the next round.

13:59 hrs IST

Dipika Pallikal update

Pallikal, who’s in women’s squash semi-finals action against Nicol David, is 2 sets down and needs to win the next game pronto if she has to have any chance of advancing to the finals.

13:55 hrs IST

Sindhu wins first game

Sindhu cruises to a first game win in just 14 minutes. Tunjung found her footing late in the game but the Indian sealed it 21-12.

13:51 hrs IST

Archery update

Indian men’s team lost 5-1 to South Korea in the men’s recurve quarter-final.

13:48 hrs IST

PV Sindhu leads in break

Sindhu is up 11-8 at the break. At this rate she will easily clinch the first game.

13:38 hrs IST

PV Sindhu’s round of 16 enconter begins

Sindhu had to fight hard in her previous match. She will hope to have an easier outing today.

13:29 hrs IST

Indian men’s archery team take on South Korea

India are facing off against South Korea in the men’s team recurve quarter-final.

13:24 hrs IST

Sindhu match to begin shortly

PV Sindhu’s women’s singles match against Gregoria Mariska Tunjung to begin shortly. The winner advances to the quarter-finals.

13:15 hrs IST

Doubles badminton loss

Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty have lost the final game 21-17 and have thus been eliminated.

12:58 hrs IST

Doubles badminton update

Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty are currently in the deciding game of the men’s doubles round of 16 match. They lost the first game 21-17 but won the second 21-19.

12:45 hrs IST

Vikas Thakur aims for weightlifting gold

India’s Vikas Thakur will look to win a gold medal in the men’s weightlifting 94 kg. The event is now underway

12:36 hrs IST

Skeet shooting results

India’s Ganemat Sekhon and Rashmi Rathore have finished 9th and 10th, respectively, on day 1 of qualification in the women’s skeet shooting. In the men’s event, Sheeraz Sheikh finished 10th and Angad Singh Bajwah finished 13th.

12:27 hrs IST

India lose out in archery

It wasn’t to be. Despite a valiant fightback in the third set, India succumbed to a 2-6 loss in the women’s recurve quarter-final.

12:21 hrs IST

India fight back in archery

Being 4-0 down after the first two sets, the Indian women’s archery team is now trailing 2-4 after winning the third set.

12:14 hrs IST

Archery update

The women’s recurve quarter-final between India and Chinese Taipei is underway and India are currently trailing. Can the girls mount a comeback?

12:06 hrs IST

Saina Nehwal into quarters

Saina Nehwal registers a straight games win over Fitriani. 21-6, 21-14 is the scoreline. It doesn’t tell the whole story of the match - Fitriani dominated early parts of the second game - but Nehwal fought back and sealed the match.

11:56 hrs IST

Saina, Fitriani battle hard in second game

Fitriani looked like she would open up a massive lead at one point but Saina has fought back hard here.

11:48 hrs IST

Saina Nehwal wins first game

Well, that didn’t take much time or effort! Saina wins the first game 21-6 in a dominating show. She was helped by Fitriani’s errors but that doesn’t take much away from the Indians confident showing.

11:24 hrs IST

Saina Nehwal in action shortly

Saina Nehwal will take on Indonesia’s Fitriani at 11:30 PM IST in the women’s singles round of 16.

10:49 hrs IST

Anish Bhanwalla fails to make final

Well, this is an absolute shocker. Anish, who was at one time third and all but a shoo-in to qualify for the men’s 25m rapid fire pistol event, has finished 9th overall and will not feature in the medal round.

10:39 hrs IST

Golf update

India’s Ridhima Dilawari is T21, Sifat Sagoo is T25 and Diksha Dagar is placed 27 in Round 3 in the women’s individual event. In the women’s team event, India are placed 9th in Round 3.

10:26 hrs IST

Women’s archery team beat Mongolia

Indian women’s archery team beat Mongolia 5-3 in Recurve Women’s Team 1/8 Eliminations.

10:19 hrs IST

Arokia Rajiv qualifies for men’s 400 m semis; Balasubramanaya in high jump finals

Arokia Rajiv has joined Muhammed Anas Yahiya in the men’s 400m semi-finals. Meanwhile, Chethan Balasubramanya made the finals of the high jump event.

10:10 hrs IST

Chethan Balasubramanya clears 2.15 m

Balasubramanya has now inched closer to the automatic qualification mark in the high jump event. He will likely reach that mark in his next jump. Fingers crossed!

10:07 hrs IST

One more Indian in men’s 400m semi-finals?

India’s Arokia Rajiv will be in action shortly for his heats in the men’s 400m event. Can India have another competitor in the semis?

09:56 hrs IST

Chethan Balasubramanya closer to finals

India’s Chethan Balasubramanya has now cleared the 2.10 m mark in high jump qualifications. The automatic qualification mark is 2.20, so it will be interesting to see if he attempts that.

09:52 hrs IST

Indian archery team in quarter-finals

The Indian men’s recurve team beat Vietnam 5-3 and have progressed to the quarter-finals.

09:51 hrs IST

India beat Maldives

India beat Maldives 25-12, 25-21, 25-17 in men’s Pool F volleyball match.

09:47 hrs IST

Muhammad Anas in semi-finals

India’s Muhammed Anas Yahiya has won Heat 1 with a time of 45.63 to qualify for men’s 400m semi-final.

09:43 hrs IST

High jump update

India’s Chethan Balasubramanya has cleared the 2.05 mark in the high jump qualifications.

09:36 hrs IST

Indian men’s archery team lead

India lead Vietnam 4-2 in the men’s archery recurve round of 16 match.

09:10 hrs IST

High jump medal hope?

India’s Chethan Balasubramanya is in action in the men’s high jump qualification round. He will look to ensure his passage into the final that will be held in the evening today.

09:00 hrs IST

Canoe/Kayak sprint update

In Canoe/Kayak Sprint, the Indian men’s team finished fifth in the Canoe TBR 200m heat 2 event. However, they will compete in the Repechage round.

08:32 hrs IST

India beat Mongolia in archery

India have registered a 5-3 win over Mongolia in the women’s team recurve ⅛ eliminations and have now enter the quarter-finals.

08:20 hrs IST

Sport climbing qualification

The lead qualification for both men’s and women’s combined sport climbing events is currently taking place. Chingkheiganba Maibam and Bharath Pereira are India’s representatives in the men’s event; Shreya Nankar the lone Indian woman in the fray.

08:05 hrs IST

India in bowling, equestrian events

India are currently taking part in team and individual equestrian events and are also in with a shot in the men’s team bowling event. More updates on those will be provided here once they are available.

08:00 hrs IST

Men’s skeet shooting update

Sheeraz Sheikh is currently placed tied 5th while Angad Singh Bajwa is tied 13th. Still some time to go before it ends but India’s medal chances in this event look bleak as of this time. That may yet change though.

07:45 hrs IST

Women’s skeet shooting update

In Women’s Skeet qualification, Rashmi Rathore is currently fifth and Ganemat Sekhon is at 10th. Still some ways to go before this ends, mind.

07:30 hrs IST

Men’s 25m rapid fire pistol qualification underway

Qualification for the men’s 25m pistol rapid fire is underway. Two India shooters - Shivam Shukla and Anish - are part of the 21 hopefuls who will look to make the finals that will take place at 1:30 PM IST today.

07:15 hrs IST

More shooting medals for India?

The men’s and women’s skeet shooting qualifying events are underway and Indians feature in both events. It will be interesting to see if shooting brings the country more medals.

07:00 hrs IST

Day 6 recap

The 6th day of the 2018 Asian Games was a memorable one for India. By the end of the day, 6 medals had been added to the tally: 2 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze. You can check out yesterday’s highlights here. You can also relive Day 6 in pictures here.

06:40 hrs IST

Events to look forward to

Today sees quite a few events that could potentially bring India medals. There are three medals guaranteed in squash, while young athlete Hima Das will take to the field too. There’s also boxing, hockey and volleyball action to look forward to. Stay tuned for all the updates.

06:30 hrs IST

Welcome everyone

Hello and welcome to live coverage of Day 7 of the Asian Games 2018. After a good showing on Day 6, no doubt the Indian contingent will be keen to add more medals to their kitty.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE ON
Close
Joe Root celebrates with his teammates after picking an Indian wicket on Day 2 of the 3rd Test in Ahmedabad(Twitter/ICC)
Joe Root celebrates with his teammates after picking an Indian wicket on Day 2 of the 3rd Test in Ahmedabad(Twitter/ICC)

India bowled out for 145 as Root and Leach give hosts a dose of spin tonic

UPDATED ON FEB 25, 2021 04:24 PM IST
  • India vs England: Joe Root picked up the last wicket of Jasprit Bumrah to claim his maiden five-for in Test cricket. He finished with figures of 5/8.
Close
India's Virat Kohli appeals for the wicket of England's Ben Foakes during day one of the 3rd Test Match in the series between India and England at Narendra Modi Stadium, Motera in Ahmedabad.((ANI Photo/ECB Twitter))
India's Virat Kohli appeals for the wicket of England's Ben Foakes during day one of the 3rd Test Match in the series between India and England at Narendra Modi Stadium, Motera in Ahmedabad.((ANI Photo/ECB Twitter))

'It was very clever': Swann lauds Kohli's field placements to spin bowling

PUBLISHED ON FEB 25, 2021 02:37 PM IST
  • Local boy Axar Patel picked up 6 wickets in the first innings while Ashwin took 3 wickets to move withing 3 wickets of becoming the fourth Indian bowler ever to take 400 Test wickets.
Close
Prithvi Shaw celebrates scoring a double hundred against Puducherry in the Vijay Hazare Trophy.(Twitter)
Prithvi Shaw celebrates scoring a double hundred against Puducherry in the Vijay Hazare Trophy.(Twitter)

Prithvi Shaw slams double ton in Vijay Hazare Trophy, 7th highest List A score

UPDATED ON FEB 25, 2021 02:49 PM IST
  • The 21-year-old opening batsman slammed a double century off just 142 balls in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, India's premier domestic 50-over tournament, against Puducherry.
Close
IND vs ENG 3rd Test, Day 2 Live(BCCI)
IND vs ENG 3rd Test, Day 2 Live(BCCI)

3rd Test Day 2 live: India all-out for 145, lead England by 33 runs

UPDATED ON FEB 25, 2021 04:30 PM IST
India vs England Live Cricket Score, 3rd Test: India were bowled out for 145 at tea on the second day of the third Test in Ahmedabad. Joe Root wreaked havoc with the ball, picking up five wickets in 6.2 overs. The hosts have taken a 33-run lead. Follow all updates of India vs England 3rd Test here.
India's Axar Patel celebrates a wicket with teammates during the 4th day of the second cricket test match between India and England, at M.A. Chidambaram Stadium.(PTI)
India's Axar Patel celebrates a wicket with teammates during the 4th day of the second cricket test match between India and England, at M.A. Chidambaram Stadium.(PTI)

'He's aware of his strength': Gavaskar explains how Axar excelled in third Test

By hindustantimes.com, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON FEB 25, 2021 12:16 PM IST
  • Axar also became the first bowler to bag a five-wicket haul at the revamped stadium in Ahmedabad. It is his second five-for in just his second Test for Team India.
Close
File picture of Michael Vaughan(Getty Images)
File picture of Michael Vaughan(Getty Images)

Vaughan slams England’s team selection 'against the best team in the world'

By hindustantimes.com, New Delhi
UPDATED ON FEB 25, 2021 11:02 AM IST
  • In spite of facing one of the best teams in the world, England have continued to rotate the squad in the Test series against India and this has not gone down well with former players.
Close
Dunedin:New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill waves tot the crowd as he leaves the field after he was dismissed for 97 runs during the second T20 cricket international between Australia and New Zealand at University Oval In Dunedin,.(AP)
Dunedin:New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill waves tot the crowd as he leaves the field after he was dismissed for 97 runs during the second T20 cricket international between Australia and New Zealand at University Oval In Dunedin,.(AP)

New Zealand edges Australia by four runs in 2nd T20

PTI, Wellington
UPDATED ON FEB 25, 2021 11:14 AM IST
Guptill led New Zealand to 219-7 as it batted first after losing the toss Thursday and Australia seemed out of the match when it slumped to 113-6 after 13 overs.
Close
File photo of former Indian cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar(Getty Images)
File photo of former Indian cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar(Getty Images)

TV umpire bit too quick for my liking: Manjrekar on umpiring calls in 3rd Test

By hindustantimes.com, New Delhi
UPDATED ON FEB 25, 2021 12:11 PM IST
  • IND vs ENG: Gill was adjudged not out which left Stokes bemused while England captain Joe Root and Broad were seen in an animated discussion with the on-field umpire.
Close
Indian bowler Axar Patel celebrates the dismissal of England's Jofra Archer on the first day of the 3rd cricket test match between India and England, at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.(PTI)
Indian bowler Axar Patel celebrates the dismissal of England's Jofra Archer on the first day of the 3rd cricket test match between India and England, at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.(PTI)

Axar Patel: The perfect replacement

By Somshuvra Laha, New Delhi
UPDATED ON FEB 25, 2021 09:32 AM IST
  • After three innings bowling in whites for the very first time, Patel has returned 2/40, 5/60 and 6/38. Suffice to say, he has surpassed expectations, perhaps his own.
Close
Cricket - Third Test - England v Pakistan - Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Britain - August 24, 2020 England's Joe Root before the start of play, as play resumes behind closed doors following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Mike Hewitt/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo(REUTERS)
Cricket - Third Test - England v Pakistan - Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Britain - August 24, 2020 England's Joe Root before the start of play, as play resumes behind closed doors following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Mike Hewitt/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo(REUTERS)

Why did England pick four pacers for a spinning track?

By Sanjjeev K Samyal, Mumbai
UPDATED ON FEB 25, 2021 09:32 AM IST
  • In its brief history, day-night Tests have tended to assist fast bowlers. In the 15 day-night Tests that have been played around the world before the ongoing match, fast bowlers have taken 354 wickets at an average of 24.47, and spinners 115 wickets at 35.38.
Close
Joe Root in an argument with TV umpire.
Joe Root in an argument with TV umpire.

Root & Silverwood meet match referee over 'unusually quick' TV umpire decisions

UPDATED ON FEB 25, 2021 12:30 PM IST
  • "The England captain and head coach spoke with the match referee after play," an England team spokesperson said in the report.
Close
India's Axar Patel celebrates the dismissal during day one of the 3rd Test Match in the series between India and England at Narendra Modi Stadium, Motera in Ahmedabad on Wednesday. (ANI Photo/ICC Twitter)
India's Axar Patel celebrates the dismissal during day one of the 3rd Test Match in the series between India and England at Narendra Modi Stadium, Motera in Ahmedabad on Wednesday. (ANI Photo/ICC Twitter)

Axar reveals what helped him picking up 6 wickets against England in 3rd Test

UPDATED ON FEB 25, 2021 09:24 AM IST
  • It was his second five-for in just his second Test for Team India. By doing so, the 27-year-old spinner also became only the third Indian bowler to take a 5-wicket haul in his first two matches.
Close
File image of Sunil Gavaskar.(File)
File image of Sunil Gavaskar.(File)

'Wrong shot selection': Gavaskar weighs in on young India opener's dismissal

UPDATED ON FEB 25, 2021 11:26 AM IST
  • Gill shone bright in the series down under and scored a half century in the first innings of the first Test against England but has been guilty of giving his wicket away a couple of times in the series already.
Close
Axar Patel celebrates the dismissal during day one of the 3rd Test Match against England in Ahmedabad(BCCI/Twitter)
Axar Patel celebrates the dismissal during day one of the 3rd Test Match against England in Ahmedabad(BCCI/Twitter)

Axar sizzles with six on home turf as India take early command

PUBLISHED ON FEB 24, 2021 11:28 PM IST
India vs England: Patel and Ashwin set up the batsmen over after over with turn and variations. India ended the day on 99/3, trailing by 13 runs.
Close
File image of Mohammad Hafeez.(Getty Images)
File image of Mohammad Hafeez.(Getty Images)

Mohammad Hafeez declines PCB central contract offer

AP
PUBLISHED ON FEB 24, 2021 11:10 PM IST
The allrounder “politely turned down” a contract offer in category C for 2020-21, the cricket board said Wednesday.
Close
SHARE
Story Saved
OPEN APP