Ashes 2015: Dream return for Steven Finn in Test cricket
Ashes 2015: Dream return for Steven Finn in Test cricket

England bowler Steven Finn has made an excellent comeback in the Test cricket after two long years. On his return match, the lanky speedster proved his mettle straight away and silenced his critics.

Pakistan tame Sri Lanka in first T20
Pakistan tame Sri Lanka in first T20

Umar Akmal smashed 46 off 24 balls and Sohail Tanvir grabbed three wickets as Pakistan beat top-ranked Sri Lanka by 29 runs in the first Twenty20 international in Colombo on Thursday.

Ashes 2015: James Anderson to be assessed over "tight side"
Ashes 2015: James Anderson to be assessed over "tight side"

England paceman James Anderson will be assessed after appearing to suffer a side strain bowling in Australia`s second innings during the third test on Thursday.

Compound archer Rajat Chauhan in final at Worlds
Compound archer Rajat Chauhan in final at Worlds

 Indian archer Rajat Chauhan will compete for the gold medal as he entered the final of the individual compound men's event at the World Championships at the Sundby Idrettspark here on Thursday.

Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo top aggregates to be toast of CPL
Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo top aggregates to be toast of CPL

 Cricketers Chris Gayle and Dwayne Bravo topped the aggregates in the just concluded Caribbean Premier League (CPL), though their respective franchises experienced contrasting fates.

We learnt from Indian batting failure: Cameron Bancroft
We learnt from Indian batting failure: Cameron Bancroft

 Having helped Australia A get a sizable lead in the second unofficial 'Test' against India A with his strokeful 150 on Day 2, Australia A opener Cameron Bancroft today said that they learnt a thing or two from the Indian batting failure in the first innings.

South Africa is a team in transition: Hashim Amla
South Africa is a team in transition: Hashim Amla

South Africa Test captain Hashim Amla claimed that the Proteas are a team in transition after losing famous players like Jacques Kallis, Graeme Smith and Alviro Petersen in recent past.

Stuart Law keen on Team India coach's job
Stuart Law keen on Team India coach's job

 Australia A assistant coach Stuart Law may be busy strategising India A's downfall during the ongoing second unofficial 'Test', but the former cricketer is keen to coach the India's senior team if and work with some of the greatest players in the world.

MS Dhoni plays football for full 90 mins to test endurance
MS Dhoni plays football for full 90 mins to test endurance

India's limited-overs skipper MS Dhoni's passion for football is no secret. And when he got a chance to play a football match recently, he grabbed the opportunity with both hands.

Bangladesh vs South Africa, 2nd Test: Steyn, Duminy put Proteas on top on Day 1
Bangladesh vs South Africa, 2nd Test: Steyn, Duminy put Proteas on top on Day 1

Dale Steyn claimed his 400th Test scalp as he shared six wickets with JP Duminy, giving South Africa the edge Thursday on the first day of the second and final Test against Bangladesh in Dhaka.

India A vs Australia A: Baba Aparajith fifer, Cameron Bancroft 150 lights up Day 2
India A vs Australia A: Baba Aparajith fifer, Cameron Bancroft 150 lights up Day 2

 India A off-spinner Baba Aparajith struck late with a five-wicket haul, but it was opener Cameron Bancroft's strokeful 150 that powered Australia A to a crucial first innings lead on Day 2 of the second four-day unofficial cricket 'Test' hereon Thursday.

BCCI awards sponsorship rights to Paytm
BCCI awards sponsorship rights to Paytm

 One97 Communications, owners of Paytm, were on Thursday awarded the title sponsorship rights for India's international home cricket matches for a period of four years with a winning bid of Rs 2.42 crore per match.

Mitchell Johnson becomes fifth Australian bowler to take 300 Test wickets
Mitchell Johnson becomes fifth Australian bowler to take 300 Test wickets

Australian pace bowler Mitchell Johnson became the fifth person to take 300 wickets in Tests for his side in the history of the game. Johnson achieved the feat against England in the ongoing Ashes Test match in Edgbaston.

T20 Leagues threatening future of bilateral series: ICC CEO
T20 Leagues threatening future of bilateral series: ICC CEO

The ICC chief executive David Richardson warned that the growing popularity of the domestic Twenty20 leagues like the IPL, Big Bash and CPL are threatening the survival of bilateral series with the exception of Ashes and big-ticket tours involving India.

2nd Test: Bangladesh 154-3 at tea against South Africa
2nd Test: Bangladesh 154-3 at tea against South Africa

Bangladesh were 154 for 3 at tea on the opening day of the second Test against South Africa at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka on Thursday.

Former Pak skipper Wasim Akram to train young pacers
Former Pak skipper Wasim Akram to train young pacers

Pakistan's former captain and fast bowling great Wasim Akram has been given the task of working with the country's 12 best young pacers during a 12-day camp in Karachi.

Ashes 2015: Chris Rogers laments Australia`s lack of fight
Ashes 2015: Chris Rogers laments Australia`s lack of fight

Chris Rogers was left to rue a lack of fight on the part of his fellow Australia batsmen as England dominated the first day of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston on Wednesday.

South Africa`s Dale Steyn joins 400 Test wicket club
South Africa`s Dale Steyn joins 400 Test wicket club

Dale Steyn became the second South African bowler to take 400 Test wickets after he dismissed Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal on the opening day of the second Test in Dhaka on Thursday.

Lord's failure spurred me on, says England's James Anderson
Lord's failure spurred me on, says England's James Anderson

Bowling 33 overs without success in England`s second test defeat by Australia at Lord`s knocked the confidence of paceman James Anderson who returned to form with a bang on Wednesday.

3rd Ashes Test, Day 1: James Anderson's six-fer puts England in drivers seat
3rd Ashes Test, Day 1: James Anderson's six-fer puts England in drivers seat

England were 133 for three in reply to Australia`s first innings 136, a deficit of three runs, when rain forced an early close to the first day of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston on Wednesday.