Eng vs Ind, 2014 News
- Virat Kohli Needs to Improve Poor Technique, Says Geoffrey Boycott
Team India continues to struggle abroad because their young stars have failed to adapt to different conditions and their problem was psychological, said former England captain Geoffrey Boycott.
- Dhoni Doesn't Get the Credit He Deserves, says Ravi Shastri
Team director for the limited overs series in England gives skipper a big pat on his back.
- England Tour Enriching Experience: Mohammed Shami
Mohammed Shami said the experience of playing in trying conditions in England will help India perform at the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand early next year.
- Professional Cricketers' Association Chief Apologises For Moeen Ali Comments
Angus Porter had said that England spinner Moeen Ali should take being booed by Birmingham fans as a compliment since he was getting noticed and wasn't ignored.
- Moeen Ali Should Take Booing as a Compliment: England's Professional Cricketers' Association Chief
In a bizarre comment, England's Professional Cricketers' Association chief Angus Porter said that Moeen Ali should take the booing, which seems to have a racial and ethnic angle to it, as a complement.
- Ravi Shastri Proud of Team India, Backs Duncan Fletcher
Team director Ravi Shastri feels India bounced back well to win the ODI series in England and that the side should enjoy the triumphs. More importantly, he backed coach Duncan Fletcher to the hilt.
- Ravi Shastri Backs 'Fatherly' Duncan Fletcher, Says He is Tremendous
Team India director Ravi Shastri heaped praise on Duncan Fletcher and said that the coach has a
- India Changed Colours Based on Format, Did Not Have a Good Tour of England: Sunil Gavaskar to NDTV
India's long and tough tour of England, lasting 77 days, came to an end on Sunday with a narrow three-run loss in the one-off T20. They had lost the Test series 3-1 and won the ODIs
- Too Late to Sack Alastair Cook as ODI Captain, Says Ashley Giles
Former England coach Ashley Giles says he feels it is too late to sack Alastair Cook as ODI skipper as the World Cup is just five months away and it is important from a leadership point of view.
- India in England: Eoin Morgan Glad to Bring Smiles Back After T20 Win
Captain Eoin Morgan hit a fifty to help England win the one-off T20 against India. This after India had won the ODIs 3-1.
- Mahendra Singh Dhoni Wants India to Learn From England Experience
India lost the Test series but bounced back to win the ODIs against England. Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni says the youngsters in the side should see the matches as a learning experience.
- Mahendra Singh Dhoni Says he Backed Himself to Hit the Boundaries
Mahendra Singh Dhoni remained not out on 27 and Rayudu on three as India ended at 177 for five. England had posted 180 for seven in 20 overs.
- Virat Kohli Back in Form, Shatters Indian T20 Records
Virat Kohli cracked 66 off 41 balls in the one-off T20 International against England and is now the most successful Indian batsman in T20Is, ahead of superstar Yuvraj Singh.
- Suresh Raina Jumps Eight Places to Enter Top-20 in ICC ODI Rankings
Suresh Raina made his presence felt with a match-winning 75-ball 100 in the second ODI in Cardiff and went on to accumulate 160 runs in four matches at an average of 53.33 in a series that India won 3-1.
- Duncan Fletcher's Fate to be Decided by Ravi Shastri's Report: Sources
Duncan Fletcher, who was appointed coach in April 2011, came under intense criticism from several quarters after India's 1-3 Test series loss against England, and there was speculation that the BCCI may show the Zimbabwean the door though his contract runs till the end of next year's cricket World Cup.
- One-Off T20: Virat Kohli's Heroics in Vain as England Snatch Narrow Victory
Defending 180, England restricted India to 177/5 in a tense finish despite Virat Kohli's knock of 66.
- England vs India One-Off T20 Highlights: Virat Kohli's Knock in Vain as Hosts Win Narrowly by 3 Runs
England beat India by 3 runs in the only T20I in Birmingham. Virat Kohli's 66 was in vain as India failed to reach their target of 181.
- Mahendra Singh Dhoni & Co. Look to Continue Winning Form in One-Off T20 vs England
Having suffered a 3-1 defeat in the Test series, the Indians under Mahendra Singh Dhoni found their bearings in the One-dayers, clinching the five-match series 3-1 despite losing Friday's inconsequential final game by 41 runs at Leeds.