Virat Kohli struck an unbeaten 90 following which the Indian spinners spun a web around Australia, who were bowled out for 151 in a chase of 189 runs in the first Twenty20 International in Adelaide giving the visitors a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
A 13-wicket haul from Kagiso Rabada ended South Africa’s winless run in Test cricket as they handed a 280-run defeat to England by taking seven wickets in the first session of the fifth day to wrap up the fourth Test match in Centurion.
New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult stated that injuries are a part and parcel of the game after his teammate Mitchell McClenaghan suffered a hit above the eye during the first One-Day International against Pakistan on Monday.
Australian coach Darren Lehmann will not fly to New Zealand along with the national team for the One-Day International series against the Black Caps which begins on 3rd February after he was diagnosed with deep vein thrombosis.
South Africa dismissed the England top order cheaply and left them struggling at 52 for three after setting a target of 382 runs with the help of a patient 96-run knock from Hashim Amla and an unbeaten fifty from Temba Bavuma on day four of the fourth Test match in Centurion.