India ride Rohit ton to beat Bangladesh, qualify for semis
Birmingham: Indias batting in the last 10 overs at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground on Tuesday might have given hope to some fans of a Bangladesh fightback, but two things they forgot -- the experience of the Indian bowling attack and the slowness of the wicket.
Rohit-Rahul show sees India post 314/9 against Bangladesh
Birmingham: The old adage goes that morning shows the day and that was exactly how the Indian innings unfolded against Bangladesh at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground on Tuesday as the Men in Blue rode on a brilliant 104 from Rohit Sharma - his fourth century in this edition of the showpiece event - to post 314/9 in their 50 overs. Not to forget the brilliant comeback from Mustafizur Rahman as he finished with a fifer.
Sri Lanka down West Indies in inconsequential cliffhanger
Chester-le-Street: Ton-up Nicholas Pooran played the innings of his life but Angelo Mathews delivered the ball of the match to get his wicket and help Sri Lanka to a 23-run victory over the West Indies in an inconsequential but thrilling World Cup tie here on Monday, July 1.
Pakistan will be dangerous if they enter semis: Waqar Younis
London: In an inspiring run similar to their 1992 World Cup-winning campaign, Pakistan have won three consecutive games to be alive in the ongoing 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. The Green Brigade had climbed to the fourth spot in the points table before England's 31-run win over India on Sunday pushed the Sarfaraz Ahmed-led side a place down.
Team India unhappy with ICC's security regulations
Birmingham: Over excited fans can sometimes cross the line and make things difficult for the players, especially when the cricketers are looking to be away from the hullabaloo and focus on the job in hand. But the security regulations of the International Cricket Council (ICC) has made it tough for the Indian team.
Clinical England beat India to keep semis hopes alive
Birmingham: The stage was set for a vintage M.S. Dhoni finish as India needed 104 off the last 10 overs with the former India skipper just in and warming up at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground on Sunday. But his attempt to take the game deep saw India left with 57 needed off the last 18 balls. In the end, India finished on 306/5 as England registered a 31-run win, their first over India in 27 years in World Cups. The win saw England stay alive with a chance to qualify for the semi-final stages as Rohit Sharmas 102 went in vain.
Pak fans to support India against England, one even sings 'Jana Gana'
New Delhi: In the sporting world, the India-Pakistan rivalry needs no explanation. And when the two arch-rivals clash on the cricket field, it not only ignites emotions and feelings but also attracts eyeballs globally. However, it will be a rarest of the rare occasion when on Sunday Pakistani fans will cheer and pray for their neighbours -- India -- who will take on hosts England in a group affair at the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
Rajiv Sethu finishes at 15 in Race 1 of ARRC Round 4
Suzuka Circuit: DEMITSU Honda Racing India rider Rajiv Sethu ended at the 15th spot while Senthil Kumar ended at the 28th position after a crash in Race 1 of the fourth round of FIM Asia Road Racing Championship (ARRC) on Saturday, June 29.
Bhullar tied at sixth at half-way stage of Andalucia Masters
Sotogrande: Gaganjeet Bhullar on Saturday, June 29, ended round two of the Andalucia Masters European Tour golf tournament at the Real Club Valderrama, tied for 6th position, making the cut easily and jumping five places from his day one position that saw him end at T-11.
Gaurav Gill bids for 7th INRC title in new avatar
Chennai: The all-new Champions Yacht Club-FMSCI Indian National Rally Championship 2019 got off to an explosive start here on Friday, June 28, with a record number of cars led by the countrys most celebrated driver Gaurav Gill squaring up for an epic face-off.
India thrash Windies to put one foot in the WC semis
Manchester: Mohammed Shami returned career-best figures of 4/16 as India underlined their bowling might by chalking a huge 125-run victory over the West Indies in their World Cup group stage encounter to knock them out and put one foot in the semi-final.
Rohit's dismissal against Windies raises questions on DRS
Manchester: India opener Rohit Sharma's dismissal against the West Indies on Thursday created quite a flutter as opinion got divided on social media on whether he was actually out or not. It also once again raised questions on the precision of the Decision Review System (DRS).