A video of Ravindra Jadeja's first Test wicket against England during the latter's tour of India in late 2012.
Jadeja bowled a usual delivery that did not turn and held its line as Jonathan Trott decided to let it go. In that process, he let the ball go on and castle his off-stump to give an ecstatic Jadeja his first Test wicket.
Jadeja also went on to dismiss the dangerous Kevin Pietersen to finish with first innings figures of two for 58. He cleaned up Pietersen in the second innings as well.
England broke a 28-year-old jinx by achieving a historic Test series win on Indian soil, leaving the hosts embarrassed with a 2-1 verdict in their favour after the fourth and final match ended in a draw.
A video of VVS Laxman yelling at Pragyan Ojha after the latter attempted to run carelessly for a single without watching the fielder.
India were nine wickets down in the first test at Mohali in October 2010. Chasing a target of 216, Pragyan Ojha was expected to hang on with a well-set Laxman. On two occasions Ojha tried to run towards the striker's end without watching the fielder. A furious Laxman shouted at Ojha for his carelessness. India eventually won the match.
World cricket has seen numerous fast bowlers, but nothing is more delightful than watching a swing bowler tormenting a batsman. Wasim Akram, surely is one of the world's greatest swing bowlers. In this video, Akram explains the art of swing.
While discussing with Mark Nicholas about the day's play between and India-Australia test, Akram explains the success behind Irfan Pathan and RP Singh's form. He also elaborately presented the grip and point of delivery for swinging the ball both ways and executing the reverse swing.
Sri Lanka are set to take on New Zealand in their opening clash of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 at Cardiff on Sunday.
Sri Lanka have an overwhelming record of winning 10 of their last 11 ODI matches and six in a row against the Kiwis but the Black Caps would back themselves to reverse the trend particularly when their batsmen are in superb touch.
Opener Martin Guptill smashed two consecutive hundreds against England and Ross Taylor hit half-centuries in all the three matches of the series.
Skipper Brendon McCullum on his day can demolish any attack, so much of the Kiwis' fortunes would depended on how their top-order performs.
Several people who are pre-occupied with work commitments and cannot devote time to watch the
Ian Bell scored 91 as England posted a challenging total of 269 for six against Australia in their Group A match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 tournament at Edgbaston on Saturday.
Bell, who recently scored 82 against New Zealand in the final match of the ODI series, kept the momentum going as he planned his innings perfectly but his dismissal led to a middle-order collapse which stopped England well short of the 300-run mark which looked inevitable at one stage.
Bell's partnership of 111 with Jonathan Trott, who made 43, was the backbone of the English innings as Ravi Bopara (46 no, 3x4, 1x6) struck a few meaty blows in the end. He added 56 runs for the unbroken seventh wicket stand with Tim Bresnan (19 no) after
Alastair Cook’s England begin their ICC Champions Trophy 2013 campaign when they play their arch rivals Australia at Birmingham on Saturday.
The home side come into the tournament at the back of a defeat in the One-Day International (ODI) series to New Zealand and will hope to shrug that off by starting with a victory. As far as Australia is concerned, they were handed a reality check by India in the warm-up match where they were skittled out for 65. Yet, they will look to seal their third Champions Trophy title in a row.
For the hosts, Ian Bell has been among the runs in the recent past. He and Jonathan Trott will be crucial to providing stability in the middle overs. England will also depend on Eoin Morgan and the
Pakistan take on West Indies in their first game in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 at the Oval in London. Misbah-ul-Haq will lead his side in a tough challenge against Dwayne Bravo's West Indies who come into the tournament as one of the favourites. The likes of Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo, Darren Sammy have all come in after a strong stint in the Indian Premier League 2013.
Several people who are pre-occupied with work commitments and cannot devote time to watch the match on TV.
Many television companies that offer telecast of cricket matches on internet. The live streaming of cricket matches is rapidly becoming a new rage in the online media and is catching up with lot of cricket fans.
Shikhar Dhawan scored his maiden One-Day International ton as India put on 331 for seven against South Africa in their Group B match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
Dhawan (114 off 94 balls) was supported by Rohit Sharma (65 off 81 balls) up the order, before a flurry of wickets in the last 16 overs briefly stalled India’s surge. In the end, it was a cameo from Ravindra Jadeja (47 not out off 29 balls) that got India to a score they would fancy themselves defending. Ryan McLaren was the pick of the South African bowlers with three wickets, but leaked as many as 70 runs.
In overcast, chilly conditions at Cardiff, South Africa skipper AB de Villiers had no hesitation bowling first after winning the toss. “There might
The above video is of the clash between India and South Africa at Colombo in 2002.
In one of the most exciting finishes ever in the history of the competition, India beat South Africa in a thrilling finish.
South Africa were cruising comfortably towards a victory after Herschelle Gibbs scored a brilliant century and was well supported by Jacques Kallis. However, Gibbs soon started cramping and had to leave the field. The game turned from thereon with a flurry of wickets falling.
The victory took India to the final, where they were crowned as joint winners along with Sri Lanka.