India's most improved player in Tests, Murali Vijay, is hopeful of sorting out his career in One-Day Internationals, after he was named in the squad for the tour of Zimbabwe, which kicks-off on 10th July.
Cricket Legend, Sachin Tendulkar, extended his wishes to the newly appointed captain Ajinkya Rahane, who is slated to lead India in the upcoming series against Zimbabwe, which kicks off on 10th July in Harare.
Jhulan Goswami struck a vital half-century and then bowled an economical spell as India Women beat New Zealand Women by 17 runs in their first ICC Women's Championship One-Day International in Bangalore.
Suresh Raina performed with bat and ball as India showed their batting might and bowling discipline defeating Bangladesh by 77 runs in spite of dew and excellent batting conditions for the home team under lights in Mirpur to salvage some pride in a lost series.
Mustafizur Rahman became only the second player ever in One-Day International cricket to take two five wicket hauls in his first two games, wrecking the Indian batting and helping Bangladesh win the second ODI in Mirpur by six wickets (D/L) and with it their first ever bilateral series against India.
Indian captain MS Dhoni and debutant Bangladesh fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman have been handed hefty fines by the International Cricket Council after their on-field collision in the first One-Day International in Mirpur on Thursday.
Debutant Mustafizur Rahman ran through the famed Indian batting order as Bangladesh humiliated India with a 79-run win in the first One-Day International between the two teams in Mirpur, to go 1-0 up in the three game series.
Indian opening batsman Murali Vijay was fined 25% of his match fees after the International Cricket Council found this bat to be violating the logo regulations during the recently concluded Test match against Bangladesh in Fatullah according to report.
Ravichandran Ashwin took his tenth five wicket haul in Test matches as India managed to enforce a follow-on to gain a moral victory against Bangladesh in a rain-affected drawn game at the end of day five in Fatullah.
Just about 30 overs were possible on day four as India declared on their overnight score and asked Bangladesh to bat, but rain consumed more than two sessions of day four of the only Test in Fatullah, virtually ruling out chances of a result barring a miracle.