Australian leg spinner Adam Zampa expressed his frustration after he was overlooked in the recent home One-Day International series against New Zealand despite being the leading wicket-taker this year in the format.
David Warner scored his second consecutive century and seventh this year as Australia secured a 117-run victory in the third and final One-Day International against New Zealand in Melbourne to complete a 3-0 series whitewash.
David Warner scored a blistering century while Pat Cummins picked a four-wicket haul as Australia went on to defeat New Zealand by 116 runs in the second One-Day International in Canberra to seal the series 2-0.
Steven Smith scored a marvelous 164 to help Australia post 324 for eight following which the bowlers came up with a collective effort to restrict New Zealand to 256 despite a century from Martin Guptill to win the first One-Day International in Sydney by 68 runs.
Australian captain Steven Smith had high praises for New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson and believes keeping him quiet with the bat will be crucial for his team to reclaim the Chappell-Hadlee trophy back.
Australian skipper Steven Smith expressed his disappointment over the comments made by all-rounder Glenn Maxwell on team-mate Matthew Wade ahead of the One-Day International series against New Zealand.
Australian head coach Darren Lehmann is confident of resolving the misunderstanding between wicket-keeper Matthew Wade and all-rounder Glenn Maxwell ahead of the three-match One-Day International series against New Zealand.
After Sami Aslam scored a fluent 91, the rest of the Pakistan batting line-up collapsed in a bid to chase down the target of 369 runs in the final day as New Zealand completed a 138-run victory in the second Test in Hamilton.
Riding on a blistering century from Ross Taylor, New Zealand declared their second innings with a score of 313 for five thereby setting a target of 369 runs for Pakistan in the final innings in the second Test in Hamilton.
Babar Azam led Pakistan's fightback on day three with an unbeaten 90 as they went on to post 216 in their first innings following which rain played spoilsport restricting New Zealand's second innings to just one delivery at stumps of the second Test in Hamilton.