IND vs NZ

India left four runs short to chase the mammoth target of 212 runs set by New Zealand at the 3rd and final T20 International match played here on Sunday. With this win, New Zealand also won the series 2-1.

After a decent batting performance, it was a calculative show by the Indian bowlers and as a result, New Zealand tasted defeat by 38 runs in the fifth and final One Day International match played here on Sunday.

Chasing a record low total of 92 runs set by India, New Zealand easily defeated the guests by 8 wickets in the fourth and penultimate One Day International match here on Thursday.

Meanwhile, at one time, it looked like India will comfortably get a total of 350 runs as India was 150/0 with Rohit Sharma (87 runs off 96 balls) and Shikhar Dhawan (66 runs off 67 balls) were all set and were in an excellent flow. But after their departure, the momentum slowed down.

Wellington: New Zealand Cricket (NZC) on Tuesday announced the itinerary for India’s tour early next year, which will see both the men’s and women’s teams playing limited overs matches simultaneously. According to a release from NZC, the men-in-blue team will play five ODIs and three T20Is while the women play three ODIs and as many T20Is. …

Dubai: India will open their campaign against New Zealand at Guyana in the opener of the ICC women’s World T20 2018 to be staged in the West Indies from November 9 to 24, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Monday. The other teams in action on the opening day of the tournament are Australia, Pakistan …

Thiruvananthapuram: Indian bowlers did a great job in clinching a breathtaking victory in the third and final T20I to win the match by six runs against New Zealand, but the first thing that changed the course of the game might have been overlooked but was a brilliant catch by Rohit Sharma to dismiss Colin Munro, …

Thiruvananthapuram: International Cricket returned to Trivandrum after so many years and brought a big reason to celebrate as India won a first ever Twenty20 International series 2-1 against New Zealand beating them in a rain-affected eight-over match at the Greenfield International Stadium here on Tuesday. Indian bowlers, especially Jasprit Bumrah, were once again phenomenal in …