India vs Sri Lanka 2015-16 News
- India vs Sri Lanka: Rohit Sharma To Return Home For Medical Check Up
Rohit Sharma will rejoin the team in Sri Lanka on August 4 after a routine medical check up in Mumbai.
- Not Playing Well in Powerplay Cost us Series: Dinesh Chandimal
In Ranchi, the Sri Lankan bowlers bled runs throughout while in the final match at Vizag, they lost half the side inside first six overs.
- Ravichandran Ashwin, Shikhar Dhawan Outclass Sri Lanka in Third Twenty20 as India Clinch Series
Ravichandran Ashwin started the rot for Sri Lanka by taking two wickets in the very first over of the third Twenty20. Shikhar Dhawan hit a run-a-ball 46 not out as India chased down the paltry target of 83 with 37 balls to spare.
- Vizag Twenty20: Unchanged India Opt to Bowl First in the Decider
India have decided to go in with an unchanged side, while Sri Lanka have made three changes to their playing eleven in the final Twnety20 game in Vizag.
- India vs Sri Lanka, 3rd T20I, Highlights - Shikhar Dhawan, Ravichandran Ashwin Star as India Thrash Sri Lanka By Nine Wickets, Clinch Series 2-1
Shikhar Dhawan and Ravichandran Ashwin were the stars as India thrashed Sri Lanka by nine wickets to seal the series 2-1. Relive all the highlights here.
- India Look to Clinch Series Against Sri Lanka in Last Twenty20
India, after a series leveling win in the second Twenty20, will look to seal the deal with a win in the third Twenty20 in Vizag
- India vs Sri Lanka: Thisara Perera Didn't Realise About Hat-Trick Until Teammates Informed Him
Thisara Perera, who took a hat-trick against India in Ranchi, said he was concentrated on death bowling and so didn't realise about his historic feat
- Moving Yuvraj Singh Up in Batting Order Slightly Difficult, Says Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Mahendra Singh Dhoni said India's top-four batsmen have extraordinary record in T20 format so it's difficult to promote Yuvraj Singh up in the batting order. Yuvraj currently bats at No.5.
- Mahendra Singh Dhoni Insists India Will Continue to Try Different Things Ahead of World Twenty20
Mahendra Singh Dhoni had promoted Hardik Pandya ahead of himself and Yuvraj Singh, besides giving Jaspreet Bumrah the ball only in the 16th over of the innings.
- Thisara Perera Makes History, Takes Hat-Trick Against India in Ranchi Twenty20
Thisara Perera had a memorable evening as he became the first Sri Lankan to take a hat-trick in the second Twenty20 International against India in Ranchi. This was also the fourth hat-trick by any bowler in Twenty20 International History
- Shikhar Dhawan Hits First-Ever Twenty20I Fifty To Shut up Critics
Shikhar Dhawan scored a 25-ball 51 against Sri Lanka in the second Twenty20 International, to give an apt answer to the critics who were calling for his head after a string of poor performances. Dhawan reached the 50-run mark in just 22 balls, which was also fifth fastest Twenty20I half century by any Indian
- Ranchi Twenty20: Dhawan Powers India to Series-Levelling Win Over Sri Lanka
Shikhar Dhawan blasted a 22-ball half-century to get India off to rollicking start against Sri Lanka in the second Twenty20 in Ranchi.
- Mahendra Singh Dhoni-Led India Look For Redemption After Embarrassing Loss to Sri Lanka
With World Twenty20 round the corner, skipper Mahendera Singh Dhoni would want his players to make a statement in the second Twnety20 game against an inexperienced Sri Lankan attack.
- Defeat to Sri Lanka Will Serve as Wake Up Call For India, Says Sunil Gavaskar
India's winning run in Twenty20s came to an embarrassing end, after a depleted Sri Lanka pulled off an upset five-wicket victory to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
- Sri Lanka Expected Turning Track, Not Seaming, Says Sachithra Senanayake
On a pitch with lot of grass, Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal won the toss and put India into bat. Lankan pace trio of Kasun Rajitha, Dasun Shanaka and Dushmantha Chameera created havoc as the hosts were bowled out for a paltry 101 in 18.5 overs.
- Mahendra Singh Dhoni Says Pune's Pitch Was More English Than Indian, After Loss To Sri Lanka
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, India captain, said that the conditions in Pune for the first Twenty20 was unlike usual Indian pitches
- Maharashtra Cricket Association to Earn Rs 7 crore For Hosting India-Sri Lanka Game
Maharashtra Cricket Association will earn Rs five crore from gate money of India-Sri Lanka Twenty20 and Rs 2.1 crore from in stadia advertisement
- India go Down To Sri Lanka in First Twenty20
India went down to Sri Lanka by five wickets after being dismissed for a paltry 101 in the first of the three-match Twenty20 series