Brilliant Chennai Super Kings pull off thrilling win over Rajasthan Royals - 7 months ago
Chennai were cruising along when Hussey and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni were at the crease but two wickets in the 17th over completely changed the equation.
I got out at the wrong time, says Cheteshwar Pujara - 9 months ago
India finished the day at 182 for three in reply to Australia's first-innings total 380 all out, and Pujara, who was dismissed for 44, felt the hosts were in a comfortable position.
ODI series: Gautam Gambhir backs under-fire Indian bowlers - 10 months ago
The opener said that the bowlers alone cannot be blamed for defeats and the responsibility of a result lies with all the 11 players of the side.
Feel good that I'm the punching bag: MS Dhoni - 11 months ago
The effectiveness of Dhoni's leadership has been questioned quite often, but the captain says he does not mind becoming a "punching bag" if it saves the other players from pressure.
How can I quit: Viswanathan Anand rules out retirement plans - 1 year ago
Anand is the second oldest of the top ten FIDE ranked players in the world, but the reigning world chess champion says "there is definitely no thought of retirement".
Long lay-off hasn't taken a toll on my skills: Lakshmipathy Balaji - 1 year ago
Balaji stressed that he is working hard under bowling coach Dawes and would like to work on his "strengths" and stick to his natural game.
Focus back on Yuvraj ahead of 2nd T20 against Kiwis - 1 year ago
Two days after his much-awaited comeback match was washed out due to persistent rain, the focus is back on Yuvraj Singh as he looks to resume his innings in international cricket with the second Twenty20 game between India and New Zealand in Chennai on Tuesday.
IPL: Chennai eye third consecutive title as they take on Kolkata - 1 year ago
Chennai managed to sneak into the play-offs and then pushed Mumbai Indians and Delhi Daredevils, the most consistent side of the league, out of the tournament.
Match report: Murali Vijay hits fastest ton as CSK enter IPL-V final - 1 year ago
Defending champions Chennai stormed into the final of the Indian Premier League with an emphatic 86-run victory over Delhi.
Match report: White's 77 goes in vain, CSK beat DC by 10 runs - 1 year ago
Electing to bat, Chennai rode on the contributions of opener F du Plessis (42), Suresh Raina (32) and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni (34) to post a challenging 160 for six in their stipulated 20 overs.