India vs New Zealand, 3rd T20I highlights: Rohit Sharma’s twin Super Over sixes seal maiden T20I series win in NZ
India vs NZ as it happend: Rohit Sharma hit two sixes off Tim Southee’s last two balls in the Super Over to seal a dramatic win for India in the 3rd T20I against New Zealand at Seddon Park in Hamilton. The win also gave India their maiden T20I series win New Zealand. India needed 18 runs to the Super Over after Kane Williamson and Martin Guptill took 17 runs from Jasprit Bumrah’s Super Over. Rohit and Rahul struggled against Southee in the first half of the over but the India vice captain two sixes when 10 runs were needed off the last 2 balls.Credit must be given to Mohammed Shami, who picked up the wickets of Kane Williamson (95) and Ross Taylor (17) in the last over to take the match into the Super Over. New Zealand needed 9 runs from the last over, Shami conceded a six off his first ball but came back to dismiss Williamson and Taylor as the match ended up in a tie.Earlier, Rohit Sharma was at his imperious best and then New Zealand hit back with quick wickets in the middle overs. The pitch slowed down and it started offering assistance to the spinners and the seamers who resorted to cutters. However, Pandey, Jadeja and Kohli had enough fuel in the tank as India ended with 179/5.
India vs Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Day 3: Umesh bags 5, India win by innings and 46 runs to seal series 2-0
India vs South Africa Day 2 As it happened: Nortje safely negotiates the final ball of Jadeja and that will stumps on Day 2. South Africa have crawled their way to 36 for 3. What a day it has been for India. They piled up 601 after opting to bat first. Captain Virat Kohli scored his 26th century, converted that into his 7th double ton before finally deciding to declare the innings after Jadeja’s wicket, who too scored 91. When it was their turn with the ball, Umesh Yadav gave India a dream start by removing both the South African openers early. Mohammed Shami too joined in the act with the wicket of Temba Bavuma.
India vs South Africa Highlights, 1st Test Day 2: South Africa trail India by 463 runs at the end of second day’s play. Ashwin scalped two while Jadeja picked one as Proteas were left reeling at 39/3 after India declared innings at 502/7. Mayank Agarwal was the top-scorer with a scintillating 215 while Rohit Sharma slammed a majestic 176. Keshav Maharaj was the pick of South African bowlers as he ended with a three-wicket haul.
India vs South Africa 1st Test, Day 1 Highlights: Heavy rain washes out final session, India 202/0 at stumps
India vs South Africa, as it happened, 1st Test, Day 1:play has been called off due to heavy rain at Visakhapatnam. The umpires decided not to take any chances because of the heavy rain. There will be a normal 9:30 start tomorrow morning, the second session will be extended to make up for the lost time. India reached 202/0 with Rohit Sharma unbeaten on 115 and Mayank Agarwal batting on 89. Barring Philander and Rabada, South Africa have not been very good. Yes, the attack was mediocre, yes, the bowling was not challenging enough, but Rohit dug in, he curtailed his strokes to get going and then climbed into the spinners. A century for the right-hander and he, along with Mayank, has taken India past 200. No success for South Africa and they have allowed India to get away in this second session.Earlier, Virat Kohli won the toss and he batted first on a pitch which was deemed dry by both the captains. South Africa went in with three spinners and two fast-bowlers in Kagiso Rabada and Vernon Philander. India included Ravichandran Ashwin and Wriddhiman Saha in their playing XI.
Follow India vs South Africa 1st test live highlights:
England vs Ireland Highlights cricket score, Only Test Day 3 at Lord’s: England bowl out Ireland for 38, win by 143 runs
Australia vs South Africa , World Cup 2019 Highlights:: Australia will face fierce rival England in the Cricket World Cup semifinals after slipping from the top of the group standings with a last-over, 10-run loss to South Africa despite David Warner’s latest century. Faf du Plessis’ 93-ball 100 underpinned South Africa’s 325-6 in Manchester, and two pieces of magic from wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock — a cheeky run-out and a leaping, one-handed catch — left the Australians struggling on 119-4, with batsman Usman Khawaja also retired hurt. David Warner (122) and Alex Carey (85 off 69 balls) put on 108 for the fifth wicket, but neither could see Australia home.Follow Australia vs South Africa highlights here:
India vs Sri Lanka Highlights: India beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets after centuries from KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma took them over the line with 39 ball to spare. Earlier, Sri Lanka ended their innings at 264/7 in 50 overs. Angelo Mathews slammed his third ODI century to propel them to this score after a poor start that saw them lose four wickets. Jasprit Bumrah was once again the top bowler for India as he finished with figures of 3/37. This after Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bat first in their last match of the tournament.
Highlights Pakistan vs Bangladesh, ICC World Cup 2019: Shaheen Afridi starred in Pakistan’s 94-run win for Pakistan against Bangladesh. The left-armer picked six wickets including the crucial dismissals of Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib al Hasan. The left-armer also dismissed Tamim Iqbal. Bangladesh were bundled out for 221 in 316-run chase. Pakistan stumbled in their bid to get to a higher total with Mustafizur Rahman picking five wickets and Mohammad Saifuddin picking up three. Imam-ul-Haq scored a ton while Babar Azam was dismissed for 96. But the middle order failed to get going and Pakistan could only muster 315/9 in 50 overs.
Pakistan vs Afghanistan Highlights, World Cup 2019: Pakistan edge Afghanistan by 3 wickets in last-over thriller
As it happened: Imad Wasim helped Pakistan snatch victory from the jaws of defeat as his 54-ball 49 helped them beat Afghanistan by three wickets. Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Mohammed Nabi scalped two wickets each for Afghanistan but skipper Gulbadin Naib’s 46th over cost them the game as the pacer went for 18 runs in the over. Earlier, Shaheen Afridi claimed four wickets to restrict minnows Afghanistan to a modest 227 for nine from 50 overs. Asghar Afghan and Ikram Ali khil built a 64-run stand before Afghan was cleaned up by leg-spinner Shadab Khan for 42. Wicketkeeper-batsman Alikhil (24) holed out to left-arm spinner Imad Wasim but Najibullah Zadran’s scored a patient 54-ball 42 to take the Afghans past the 200-mark. Afridi returned to remove Zadran and Rashid Khan to finish as pick of the Pakistan bowlers with 4-47.
Sri Lanka vs South Africa Highlights, World Cup 2019: Amla, Faf script 9-wicket win for South Africa
Highlights Sri Lanka vs South Africa, ICC World Cup 2019: Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla built a 175 run partnership as they helped their side to a massive 9-run win over Sri Lanka. Faf remained unbeaten on 96, while Amla scored an unbeaten 80. Lasith Malinga knocked down Quinton de Kock’s with a beautiful yorker which remained Proteas’ only loss. Earlier, Dwaine Pretorius and Chris Morris struck thrice, Chris Morris and Kagiso Rabada took two while JP Duminy and Andile Phehlukwayo got one wicket each as Sri Lanka were all out for 203 against South Africa.
As it happened: India continue their unbeaten run in the tournament with their 125-run win over two-time champions West Indies. Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni slammed respective half-centuries to take India’s score to 268/7 in 50 overs. Windies were blown away by the pace of Mohammed Shami who ended the match with four wickets. Jasprit Bumrah and Yuzvendra Chahal scalped two wickets each while Hardik Pandya and Kuldeep Yadav ended with one wicket each.
New Zealand vs Pakistan highlights: Babar Azam slammed his 10th ODI ton to help Pakistan beat New Zealand by 6 wickets. Not to forget the contribution of Haris Sohail to stitched a glorious stand with Babar. Earlier, New Zealand ended their innings at 237/6 in 50 overs. Neesham scored 97* and Colin de Grandhomme chipped in with a handy 64. Shaheen Afridi was the pick of the bowlers for Pakistan as he ended with figures of 3/28.
India vs Afghanistan, World Cup 2019 highlights: Shami’s last-over hat-trick fires India to 11-run win
Highlights: Mohammed Shami becomes the second Indian to take a World Cup hat-trick and in doing so, he has fired India to an 11-run victory. He scalped the wickets of Nabi, Alam and Mujeeb off successive deliveries and defended 16 runs off the last over. India remain unbeaten in the tournament. Earlier, Afghanistan bowlers restricted India to 224/8 in 50 overs. Mohammad Nabi and Gulbadin Naib scalped two wickets each. Virat Kohli and Kedar Jadhav slammed respective fifties but rest of the batsmen weren’t up to the mark.
England vs Sri Lanka Highlights, World Cup 2019: Sri Lanka pull off a thrilling 20-run against England with Dhananjaya de Silva dismissing Adil Rashid, Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes. Lasith Malinga got the prized wickets of England skipper Joe Root and Jos Buttler. Root nicked one to the keeper while Buttler was trapped. Ben Stokes remained unbeaten on 82. Earlier, Jofra Archer and Mark Wood picked up three wickets each as Sri Lanka were restricted for 232/9 in 50 overs.
New Zealand vs South Africa, ICC World Cup 2019, highlights: Williamson 100, de Grandhomme blitz edges NZ over SA in humdinger
New Zealand vs South Africa, ICC World Cup 2019, as it happened: The leader steps up, the leader shows the way, the leader anchors the innings and the leader wins the match. It was pressure, not for the skipper Kane Williamson, he believed, smacked a 6 to go to his century and then tapped one to third man to seal the match. Follow South Africa vs New Zealand highlights here:
South Africa vs Afghanistan, ICC World Cup 2019 Highlights: Quinton De Kock, Imran Tahir guide South Africa to victory
Highlights: South Africa kept alive their slim hopes of reaching the World Cup semi-finals by thumping a poor Afghanistan side by nine wickets on Saturday to record their first win of the tournament. Afghanistan, who lost the toss in Cardiff, were dismissed for just 125 in 34.1 overs. Imran Tahir took three wickets while Chris Morris took three for the Proteas. Quinton de Kock scored 68 for South Africa as they coasted home in the 28th over.
Sri Lanka vs Australia As it happened: Mitchell Starc ended the innings with four wickets as Australia beat Sri Lanka by 87 runs. Kane Richardson also scalped 2 wicket as Sri Lanka were bundled out for 247. Earlier, captain Aaron Finch’s 153 powered Australia to 334 for 7 after they opted to bat first against Sri Lanka at The Oval. Finch registered the highest score by and Australian skipper in World Cup. Steve Smith too played his part, scoring 73 off 59 balls. Sri Lanka did pull things back towards the end through Isuru Udana and Lasith Malinga but Glenn Maxwell’s cameo (46 off 25 balls) ensured Australia post in excess of 330.
Highlights: Captain Harmanpreet Kaur struck a sensational half century as Supernovas clinched the Women’s T20 Challenge title with a four-wicket win over Velocity in a dramatic summit clash in Jaipur on Saturday. Kaur (51) produced a late onslaught on the Velocity bowlers after the Supernovas made a heavy weather of a small chase of 122. The Supernovas overhauled the target off the last delivery of the run chase, reaching 125 for 6 from 20 overs. Follow Supernovas vs Velocity highlights below -
IPL 2019 Qualifier, MI vs CSK as it happened: The enormously talented Suryakumar Yadav played one of his finest knocks on a challenging track as Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by six wickets in the first Qualifier, entering IPL final for the fifth time on Tuesday. On a sluggish pitch, which offered considerable turn and odd bounce, Suryakumar batted in a copybook fashion scoring an unbeaten 71 off 54 balls with MI reaching the target in 18.3 overs.However CSK will get another chance to make it to their eighth summit clash as they will now play the second Qualifier against the winner of the ‘Eliminator’ between Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad. Earlier, the Mumbai Indians spinners restricted Chennai Super Kings to 131 for 4. It was an evening for the spinners as no seamer got a wicket. The seamers were okay though. Krunal, Rahul and Jayant spun a web through the opposition and the Men In Yellow just could not find a way past the trio. 11-0-60-4 were their combined figures with Rahul Chahar being the most impressive.