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BCCI announces Rs 5 cr bonus for team India after victory in Australia

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has announced a Rs 5 crore bonus for the Indian team for defeating Australia in the Gabba Test and winning a Test series—a win that will remain in the history of India cricket forever. Hailing the victory as a remarkable win, Ganguly said the value of the win is beyond any...

In a first, India wins Test at Gabba ending Aus’ 32 year record

India won the 4the Test against Australia at Gabba to pocket the series in a 2-1 victory and ending the host’s victory run and record at Gabba. This is India’s second consecutive victory on Australian soil and with this, they retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Indian batsman Shubham Gills’ 91 helped them chase the target of...

India needs 324 runs on last day of Gabba Test to defeat Australia

Australia ended their second innings of the Gabba Test for 294 runs as India’s Mohammed Siraj and Shardul Thakur shine with the ball on the fourth day. Openers Rohit Sharma and Shubham Gill batted for a couple after which the umpires decided to abandon the day’s play. India now needs 324 runs on the final...

India put up a brave show with bat, draws Sydney test

India on Monday put up a brave show with the bat and drew the Sydney Test against Australia—an innings that will be remembered for ages. Rishabh Pant shines While Rishabh Pant scored a brilliant 97, Cheteshwar Pujara scored a solid 77 off 205 balls before Hanuma Vihari, battling an injury, and R Ashwin’s 259-ball rearguard...

T Natarajan to replace injured Umesh Yadav in India’s Test squad

Indian pacer Umesh Yadav sustained a strain in his left calf muscle on Day 3 of the second Border-Gavaskar Test in Melbourne. He underwent scans later in the day. The fast bowler will not recover completely ahead of the remaining two Test matches and has been ruled out of the series. T Natarajan is Yadav’s...

India wins second Test against Australia, levels series

India bounced back in the series in some style as they beat Australia by eight wickets to win the second Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Tuesday. Australia resumed Day 4’s play at 133/6 and added 67 runs to their score before being bowled out. India, who limited Australia’s lead to 69 runs, then...