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Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews (centre) celebrates the dismissal of India skipper Virat Kohli with teammates in Kingston on Tu

Upul Tharanga plundered the highest individual score in a one-day international in the Caribbean as Sri Lanka steamrollered India by 161 runs in the third match of the tri-series at Sabina Park on Tue

Tharanga, Jaya keep India at bay

Openers Mahela Jayawardene and Upul Tharanga gave Sri Lanka a superb start against India in the third match of the Celkon Mobile Cup tri-nation one-day international series at Sabina Park on Tuesday.

‘Playing in Ipl was a learning experience’

Young West Indian pacer Jason Holder says his Indian Premier League stint with the Chennai Super Kings made him a better bowler and he was looking forward to give his best in the inaugural Caribbean P

Windies find escape route

West Indies scrambled to a one-wicket victory with 14 balls to spare over India in the second match of the Celkon Mobile Cup Tri-Nation One-Day International Series at Sabina Park on Sunday.

Kohli not disappointed with loss


India’s stand-in skipper Virat Kohli has said he was forced to keep an attacking field against the West Indies as he needed wickets to defend a modest score of 230 at Sabina Park here.

Calm and relaxed approach did the trick, says Charles


West Indies stand-in skipper Kieron Pollard lauded his team’s character after the tense one-wicket win over India in a tri-nation ODI series match here, saying it was a refreshing change from the not

India, Sri Lanka look for turnaround


India and Sri Lanka go in search of their first points of the tri-nation series when they meet on Tuesday at Sabina Park as the preliminary phase of the competition reaches the halfway point.

Sharma’s fifty lifts India


Opener Rohit Sharma’s composed knock steadied India after two early wickets against West Indies in the second match of the tri-nation one-day international series at Sabina Park in Kingston on Sunday.

West Indies, India will deliver Kingston cracker: Bravo


West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo is undaunted by the threat posed by a new-look Indian team and said tomorrow’s game between the two sides would be a “cracker of a contest.”

No Champions Trophy hangover, insists Dhoni


It has not even been a week since India won the Champions Trophy but captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said the team is done with the celebrations and firmly focussed on the tri-series against West Indies and Sri Lanka starting here today.

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