- Hashim Amla is a rock: de Villiers
Canberra, March 3: South Africa skipper AB de Villiers has praised Hashim Amla for his knock of 159 against Ireland on Tuesday, saying that the opener is a "rock".
Amla's innings powered t..
- Determined Riaz keen to become all-rounder for Pak
Karachi, Mar 03: Pakistan fast bowler Wahab Riaz, who scored a crucial half-century in his team's 20-run win over Zimbabwe, has expressed his willingness to become an all-rounder.
- Misbah admits securing WC quarter-final spot will be 'tough'
Karachi, Mar 03: Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq has admitted that the upcoming World Cup pool games would be tough and crucial for his team to secure a quarter-final berth in the tournament..
- Another big win for South Africa camp
Canberra, March 3: Top order batsmen Hashim Amla (159) and Faf du Plessis (109) cracked centuries to help South Africa thrash minnows Ireland by 201 runs in a World Cup Pool B game at the M..
- PCB boss says 'chapter closed' in Moin Khan's casino controversy post apology
Karachi, Mar 03: Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shahryar Khan has put an end to the Moin Khan's casino controversy, calling the chapter as 'closed' following the chief selector's apology o..
- Australian women's cricket team to tour Dubai
Melbourne, March 3: Cricket Australia's (CA) Women's National Selection Panel (WNSP) on Tuesday announced its squad for the tour of Dubai from March 30 to April 13.
The team will play four..
- Boycott wants selectors to be fair to `sacked` Pietersen amidst England recall rumours
London, Mar 03: Legendary cricketer Geoffrey Boycott has said that England selectors should be fair to sacked batsman Kevin Pietersen amidst rumours surrounding his possible team return to ..
- David Warner was cabbie for Kerala team in Brisbane before cricket stardom
Dubai, Mar 03: Swashbuckling opening batsman David Warner used to assist regular driver of the Australian cricket Institute's van in Brisbane before attaining international recognition as a..
- West Indies not a one-man team: Clive Lloyd
Perth, March 3: Legendary former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd dismissed suggestions that the Caribbean side has become overly dependent on explosive opener Chris Gayle and were missing r..
- A disciplined West Indies can upset India: Clive Lloyd
Perth, March 3: West Indies' chairman of selectors Clive Lloyd believes India are formidable opponents but says a disciplined West Indies effort can see the reigning World champions beaten ..
- Pak team member blames chaotic WC schedule for team's underperformance
Karachi, Mar 03: Pakistan's World Cup campaign has been significantly affected due to its disorganised schedule set by the ICC, causing Misbah-ul-Haq's side to under perform in the ongoing ..
- Johnson claims nerves got better of Oz batsmen in CWC loss to Kiwis at Eden Park
Wellington, Mar 03: Australian pace spearhead Mitchell Johnson has claimed that their batting order got a little bit nervous through the middle period in their dramatic World Cup loss to Ne..
- Mike Atherton claims England's 9-wicket loss to SL much more damaging than Kiwi humiliation
Wellington, Mar 03: Former England captain Mike Atherton has claimed that Eoin Morgan's side's loss to Sri Lanka was much more damaging than their humiliation in the second Cricket World Cu..
- Root calls on England's senior bowlers to put pressure on opposition to win post Lanka thumping
London, Mar 03: England batsman Joe Root has called on the squad's bowlers to put pressure on other teams' batsmen after they failed to defend a respectable total of 309 against Sri Lanka i..
- KP claims 'is going to work' on possible England return
London, Mar 03: Sacked England batsman Kevin Pietersen has claimed that he is going to try to work on a possible return to the national side after incoming England and Wales Cricket Board (..
- India most buzzed team in CWC while 'favourites' Oz fail to impress people on Facebook
Sydney, Mar 03: Australia might be the bookmakers' favourite to win the Cricket World Cup, but they have failed to impress people around the globe on social networking site Facebook, and In..
- Gurinder Sandhu may become Oz's shock WC squad inclusion as Cummins battles to prove fitness
Sydney, Mar 03: Australia's rising speedster Pat Cummins is reportedly set to miss the squad's World Cup tie against Afghanistan on Wednesday and Indian origin Gurindher Sandhu would loom a..
- Those who expelled me are now cheering for me: Dalmiya
Kolkata, March 3: Having got the backing of both the N.Srinivasan and Sharad Pawar factions of the BCCI, the newly-elected cricket board chief Jagmohan Dalmiya said on Monday night that tho..
- Dalmiya elected BCCI president, Anurag secretary, but Srinivasan proves his clout
Chennai, March 2: After a gap of over 10 years, Jagmohan Dalmiya made an uncontested comeback as full-time president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), even as former chie..
- Jagmohan Dalmiya: Wily cricket administrator makes a comeback
Kolkata, March 2: At the peak of his career, cricket administrator Jagmohan Dalmiya's detractors rued that such was the man's resilience that he had it in him to swim back to the shore if t..