The Telegraph
Saturday , November 12 , 2016

Vijay, Pujara lead Indian fightback with centuries

The attendance was negligible on the first two days of the Test at the impressive Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) Stadium. Things improved marginally on Friday and those who came to enjoy India's batting definitely left satisfied at the end o......   | Read..

Have a chance to win:Pujara

A century on home turf with his family members and friends cheering from the stands has given Cheteshwar Pujara immense satisfaction. At the same time he was unhappy to get out on 124 as he was loo......   | Read..

Maria isset to resume UN role

Maria Sharapova will be allowed to resume her role as a United Nations goodwill ambassador when her drug suspension ends in April, the body said on Thursday....   | Read..

Mamata brothers in control of BOA

The battle of prestige between the brothers of the state chief minister was won by Swapan Banerjee....   | Read..

We are a tight-knit group and ready to turn it around: Smith

Steve Smith indicated there might be a need for Australia to include a sixth specialist batsman in the second Test versus South Africa beginning in Hobart from Saturday. The skipper hinted that unc......   | Read..

Hope Cook is going to fire: Elgar

Along with Hashim Amla, opener Stephen Cook was the only other South African batsman to have scored few runs so far in the tour Down Under....   | Read..

Late wickets gave us a lift: Farbrace

Getting rid of Murali Vijay and Amit Mishra in a span of four balls at the fag end of Day III was a big bonus for England and lifted the mood in the dressing room, said assistant coach Paul Farbrace....   | Read..

Indians are smarter with DRS

The Indians are proving to be smarter than their rivals in use of Decision Review System (DRS), a technology they have decided to use for the first time in a bilateral series on home soil after lot......   | Read..

Pak pacers can trouble NZ: Mickey

Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur believes his team’s pacers have what it takes to trouble New Zealand batsmen....   | Read..

Randhawa sole leader

Jyoti Randhawa looked on course to end his seven year title drought on the Asian Tour as he made another stunning seven-under card to move to a season's best 15-under for 36 holes at the $ 1 millio......   | Read..

Lahiri hits 2-under

Anirban Lahiri opened with a steady two-under 69 in the PGA Tour's OHL Classic at Mayakoba here....   | Read..

Proud moment for us: Coutinho

Philippe Coutinho expressed his pride in helping high-flying Brazil beat arch-rivals Argentina in World Cup qualifiers, though the star attacker insists that his teammates are remaining grounded....   | Read..

Neymar nets his 50th as Brazil crush Argentina

Neymar scored his 50th international goal as Brazil thrashed arch-rivals Argentina 3-0 in their 2018 World Cup qualifying duel here....   | Read..

Juan: We're confident

Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) have done fairly well in ISL III so far. As of Friday, they occupy the third spot in the league table....   | Read..

NUFC go down to FC Goa

FC Goa struck in the fourth minute of added time to defeat NorthEast United FC (NUFC) 2-1 for their first win at home in Friday's ISL III match at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda....   | Read..

Pujara's 9th and Vijay's 7th

This was Cheteshwar Pujara’s ninth Test century, 35th in first-class cricket, seventh at home and third versus England....   | Read..
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