India on Saturday virtually assured themselves of a quarterfinal berth in the cricket World Cup after spanking minnows UAE by nine wickets, recording their third successive win with yet another flawless display, here today.
Countdown for ICC's biggest cricketing carnival – World Cup – scheduled to take place in Australia and New Zealand, is mere a week away. But the defending champions, India, are looking off-colour to retain their title. Let's find out five reasons why Dhoni & Co are not looking upbeat for the forthcoming cricketing extravaganza.
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In an interview with UK-based magazine All Out Cricket, India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni revealed that his wife Sakshi is only the third most important thing in his life (after the country and his parents).
Team India back in the winning mode? Atleast that's what their recent performance at the Nottingham match shows. Expectations are that Team India might even win the England one-day series after 24 years.
At a time when Team India eam is struggling and trailing 2-1 in the five-match Test series against England, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has recommended the names of Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and out-of-form Virat Kohli for Padma Bhushan and Padmashree, respectively.
The second cricket Test was headed for nail-biting finish with England needing 214 runs with six wickets intact on a tricky fifth day track as India rode on Ravindra Jadeja`s brilliant counter-attack to set a competitive target of 319 here Sunday.
Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni feels that steady drizzle resulting in a wet ball made it easier for his batsmen to initiate a successful run-chase against Delhi Daredevils during the back 10 of the innings here on Monday.