India fast bowler Ishant Sharma and three Sri Lankan players Dhammika Prasad, Dinesh Chandimal and Lahiru Thirimanne have been charged by the ICC for getting into an altercation on the fourth day
R Ashwin, Ishant Sharma put on a stellar performance on the final day to help India beat Sri Lanka by 117 runs in the third Test to win the series 2-1 and pick up their first Test series win in Sri Lanka in 22 years
There was a lot of criticism from all quarters when Rohit Sharma was moved down the batting order from one drop to No 5 but the talented right-hander is of the opinion that 'no one owns any particular batting slot'
Batting legend Sunil Gavaskar has slammed the ugly on-field altercations involving Ishant Sharma and Sri Lankan players during the ongoing Colombo Test
Sri Lankan pacer Nuwan Pradeep said that his side will look to play positively and aim for a win today despite being three wickets down and chasing a massive target of 386 runs
Today, the Indian cricket team will, in all probability, break their 22-year jinx of not winning a Test series in Sri Lanka
India were eyeing their first series win on Sri Lankan soil in 22 years by reducing the hosts to a shaky 67 for 3 after setting a daunting victory target of 386 in the third and final Test on Monday
Fast bowler Ishant Sharma's five-wicket haul helped India bundle out Sri Lanka for 201 but the hosts fought back to take three quick wickets and leave the third and final test evenly poised.
Indian opening batsman Cheteshwar Pujara has not only redeemed himself but also done enough to force the team management to have a rethink about the batting order
India pace spearhead’s 5-54 helps bowl out Sri Lanka for 201 at Sinhalese Sports Club in Colombo; India reeling at 21-3 in second dig
Decision was taken during last week’s meet between forest minister Sudhir Mungantiwar and Sri Lankan ambassador Saroja Sirisena due to inadequate material being available on the butterfly despite it being present in both countries
India pacer Ishant Sharma claimed an impressive five-wicket haul, but Sri Lankan bowlers struck back to leave the visitors struggling in their second innings at the SSC, Colombo
India's dogged fightback after losing a flurry of wickets notwithstanding, pacer Dhammika Prasad on Saturday said Sri Lanka can claw back into the game as the nature of the wicket was changing
Cheteshwar Pujara, who rescued India with a comeback ton against Sri Lanka on Saturday, is grateful to India ‘A’ coach Dravid for boosting his confidence
Rain forced an early conclusion of the second day's proceedings in the third Test with India, aided by opener Cheteshwar Pujara's sublime unbeaten 135-run knock, at 292/8 against Sri Lanka at the SSC ground in Colombo on Saturday.
With no play possible because of incessant rain, India remained at 50 for two in their first innings at tea on the opening day of the third and final cricket Test against Sri Lanka, here today
The opening batsman slot is not ideal for Cheteshwar Pujara, but it's better to bat there than not play at all, writes Aakash Chopra
Former captain Sunil Gavaskar yesterday said that India should field five specialist bowlers by leaving out Stuart Binny from the playing XI if they want to win the third and final Test against Sri Lanka beginning today in Colombo
India and Sri Lanka were left to ponder the behaviour of an unusually greenish wicket as they delayed naming their line-ups for the decisive final Test starting here today
Former India pace spearhead Javagal Srinath believes that Indian cricket team playing five bowlers is needed to win Test matches for the country