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We have let the nation down: Gambhir


Struggling Indian opener Gautam Gambhir on Tuesday conceded that his team has let the entire nation down in the ongoing Test series against Australia and has failed to live up to the expectations.


Indian batters useless rubble, Dhoni passive captain: Oz media


The Australian media on Monday described the star-studded Indian batting line-up as 'useless rubble' and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni as a 'passive captain' as it taunts the visiting team for its abje

We will hammer down India in tri-series also: Aus coach


After his side's humiliation of India in the Test series, Australia coach Mickey Arthur on Monday said that his men will 'hammered down' the visitors in next month's ODI tri-series as well once all-ro

Dhoni's men close to being worst ever


If Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his men continue their losing streak in the fourth Test against Australia at Adelaide, it would prove to be the worst phase in the annals of Indian cricket.

Since Dhoni le

Chanderpaul taught me how to play long innings: Warner


David Warner learnt the art of occupying the crease for a long time from West Indies' veteran Shivnarine Chanderpaul, whose fourth-fastest Test century was also equalled by the explosive Australian op

This Indian team can't win abroad: Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly has ‘accepted’ the fact that the current Indian team cannot win Test matches on foreign soil and urged the national selectors to take tough and honest decisions, keeping in mind the bes

India 165/6 at lunch, trail by 43 runs

India were 165 for six and 43 runs behind Australia at lunch on day three of the third Test at the Western Australia Cricket Association Ground here on Sunday.

Virat Kohli and R. Vinay Kumar were bat

India lose 3rd Test by an innings and 37 runs

India were all out for 171 in their second innings to lose the third cricket Test against Australia by an innings and 37 runs on the third day on Sunday.

Australia clinched the four-match Test series

Batting failure, lack of adaptability did us in: Dhoni


Battered in just two and a half days, Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Sunday said the inability to quickly adapt to new conditions and the flop show of his batsmen were the reasons behind his t

I am the main culprit: Dhoni

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Sunday took the blame on himself for a disastrous performance of his team against Australia, saying that he was the main culprit as the captain.

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