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India vs New Zealand Highlights, 1st Semi-Final World Cup 2019: Jadeja’s heroics in vain as New Zealand beat India to enter final
As it happened: New Zealand edged India by 18 runs to seal a place in the final for the second time in as many editions of the tournament. Ross Taylor’s 74 and Kane Williamson’s 64 helped the Kiwis put on a total of 239 runs on the board in 50 overs on reserve day after Tuesday’s play was washed out due to rain. India then suffered a top-order collapse but a century stand between Ravindra Jadeja and MS Dhoni revived the chase. In the end, both were dismissed in quick succession as India lost the match in the last over.
Bangladesh vs Afghanistan Highlights, World Cup 2019: Shakib’s all round show hands Bangladesh 62-run win
Highlights: Shakib al Hasan starred for Bangladesh as he picked up a fifer to rattle Afghanistan’s middle order. The allrounder also scored a fifty, thus becoming the only player after Yuvraj Singh to pick five wickets and score a half century in a World Cup match. Afghanistan were bundled out for 200 in the 263-run chase. Earlier, Mushfiqur Rahim hammered 83 runs to help Bangladesh reach 262/7 in 50 overs.
West Indies vs Bangladesh Highlights, ICC World Cup 2019: Shakib, Das star as Bangladesh beat West Indies by 7 wickets
Highlights: Shakib al Hasan scored his ton in 83 balls. He was supported on the other end by Liton Das who also scored a half century. Bangladesh chased down the total in 41.3 overs. Earlier, West Indies finished at 321/8 in 50 overs with Shai Hope hammering 96 runs. Mustafizur Rahman picked up three wickets.
India vs Pakistan, World Cup 2019, Highlights: Rohit, bowlers make it 7-0 for India against Pakistan
India vs Pakistan as it happened: India thrashed Pakistan by 89 runs via DLS method to extend their unbeaten run over their arch rivals in World Cups. Batting first, opener Rohit Sharma hammered 140 while Virat Kohli hit 77 as India put on board a challenging 336 for five. In reply, Pakistan were restricted to 212 for six in 40 overs after the match was curtailed because of rain. For India, Vijay Shankar, Kuldeep Yadav and Hardik Pandya picked up two wickets apiece.
Ranji Trophy 2018-19 Final, Vidarbha vs Saurashtra, Day 3 Highlights: Vidarbha build 60-run lead with 8 wickets in hand
Highlights: It was an absorbing day of cricket between the defending champions Vidarbha and the two-time finalists Saurashtra. The tail wagged brilliantly for Saurashtra with each of the last five batsmen going past the 20-run mark. Captain Jaydev Unadkat scored a 101-ball 46 to help his side to within five runs of the Vidarbha first innings total. Dharmendrasinh Jadeja then accounted for the wickets of Faiz Fazal and Sanjay Raghunath to keep the match evenly poised. The veteran batsman and nine-time Ranji Tophy winner Wasim Jaffer, who is batting on 5, will be the key man on the fourth day for Vidarbha as they look for back-to-back titles.Here’s how Day 3 of the final unfolded:
India vs New Zealand 3rd ODI in Mount Maunganui Highlights: India win by seven wickets, clinch series
Highlights: India beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the third ODI in Mount Maunganui. The visitors clinch their second-ever ODI series in New Zealand. Rohit Sharma (62) and Virat Kohli (60) put on 113 for the second wicket as India reached their 244-run target with 42 balls left. New Zealand were all out for 243 in the 49th over with Ross Taylor making 93 and Tom Latham 51. (Full scorecard)
Highlights: Umesh Yadav destroyed Kerala with a fiery spell, picking up seven wickets as Vidarbha took control on the opening day of the Ranji Trophy semifinal at the Krishnagiri stadium. In the other semifinal, Cheteshwar Pujara and Sheldon Jackson played gritty knock as Saurashtra trail Karnataka by 48 runs. Follow the highlights below -
Highlights: Karnataka started their semi-finals match well as they finished the day on 264/9 against Saurashtra.Shreyas Gopal was the top scorer with 87 while Manish Pandey scored 62. In the other match, Vidarbha were 171/5 after bowling out Kerala for just 106. Umesh Yadav was in top form as he took 7/48.Follow the highlights below -
As It Happened: After a rare failure in Sydney, Indian batsmen came to the fore in Adelaide and powered them to a thrilling win. Credit must be given to MS Dhoni who remained not-out on 55 off 54 deliveries and gave his critics the perfect answer with the bat. Also, it was another masterclass from Kohli who slammed his 39th ODI ton. (Full scorecard)
India vs England Women’s World T20, Semi-Final, As it happened: Sciver leads England to emphatic win
As it happened: India needed early wickets, they got a couple in the powerplay, but then the partnership between Sciver and Jones never allowed them to get back into the contest. Excellent display of footwork and temperament as they ran the Indian field ragged. Harmanpreet could have been more proactive in the field, but India looked to be under pressure ever since Smriti Mandhana was dismissed in the first innings. It is now an England-Australia final. Earlier, India batted first, dropped Mithali Raj, started off positively and then after a bright start and a bright platform, they collapsed in a heap. The pitch was spinning, and it needed some astute batting, but India wanted to force the pace and in the end, could not even play out their 20 overs.
Highlights: India defeated Pakistan by seven wickets thanks to a brilliant performance by Mithali Raj and the bowlers in the ICC Women’s World T20 on Sunday. Mithali scored 56 off 47 balls to guide India to their second consecutive win in the tournament. Earlier, Bismah Maroof and Nida Dar scored fifties as Pakistan made 134/7 in 20 overs against India in the ICC Women’s World T20. Dayalan Hemalatha and Poonam Yadav took two wickets each. India won the toss and decided to field against Pakistan in the Group B encounter.
England ended the day on 260/8 and lead India by 233 runs with two wickets in hand. Jos Buttler was England’s best batsman on an attritional day of Test cricket getting a gritty 69. He was ably supported by Ben Stokes who made 30 and Sam Curran who is at the crease on 37. Mohammed Shami was the best Indian bowler picking up three wickets for 53 runs. India need to pick up remaining two wickets quickly on Day 4 to increase their chances of winning and drawing level in the series. (FULL INDvENG COVERAGE)India had won the third Test at Trent Bridge by 203 runs. Here’s a look at our coverage from the 5 days of high-intensity action: Day 1: 3rd Test Day 1 at Trent Bridge, Highlights Day 2: 3rd Test Day 2 at Trent Bridge, Highlights Day 3: 3rd Test Day 3 at Trent Bridge, Highlights Day 4: 3rd Test Day 4 at Trent Bridge, Highlights Day 5: 3rd Test Day 5 at Trent Bridge, Highlights
India vs England, 3rd Test Day 2 at Trent Bridge, highlights: Hardik Pandya puts India in charge- as it happened
Highlights: Hardik Pandya picked up five wickets in an inspired spell of bowling as India rolled over England for 161 in reponse to India’s total of 329. The visitors were 124 for two in their second innings, a lead of 292 runs, at stumps on the second day of the third Test against England at Trent Bridge on Sunday. Cheteshwar Pujara was 33 not out and Virat Kohli, the India captain, eight not out.
It was another dismal day for India as England piled on the pressure on a beleaguered visiting side, scoring at a rate of over four runs an over. India started the day well enough to leave England at 131 for 5 but a stupendous sixth wicket partnership of 189 between returning all-rounder Chris Woakes and wicketkeeper batsman Jonny Bairstow left India staring down the barrel. Mohammed Shami was the best bowler for India, picking up three wickets while Hardik Pandya scalped two. Both the Indian spinners, Kuldeep Yadav and Ravichandran Ashwin failed to do anything noteworthy on Day 3 of the Test.
As it happened: The toss was delayed due to rain as India face England in the second Test at Lord’s. The visitors trail 1-0 after they were beaten in the first encounter at Edgbaston and Virat Kohli & Co will look to produce a better show on a ground where they have won just 2 out of their last 17 Test matches. Kohli will be banking on his top-order batsmen to fire after a disappointing show in the first Test and the visitors can opt for a second spin option in Kuldeep Yadav. For England, Ollie Pope will be making his debut with Moeen Ali possibly playing alongside Adil Rashid in the spin department.