Cricket News sort by Ishant Sharma

After his match-winning spell at Lord’s, Ishant Sharma had lamented that his efforts aren’t appreciated if he isn’t among the wickets. According to him

India had everything going against them in the Lord's Test. England won what was a massive toss on a pitch tailor-made for their pace bowlers. All England had to do was put the ball in the right areas, and the pitch would have done the rest.

1986 was the last time India had won a Test at Lord’s. It has taken 28 years, but India have finally broken the jinx.

Ishant Sharma produced a career best of 7 for 74 as England collapsed in a heap in the afternoon session for a 95-run defeat.

Ishant Sharma and Bhuvneshwar Kumar produced magic spells for India on Day 3 to have England on the mat at 352 for 9 on a placid Trent Bridge pitch.

The two-Test match between India and New Zealand saw a number of good performances from either side in a closely contested battle.

India are well placed at 100 for 2 after bowling out the Kiwis for 192. Shikhar Dhawan has set up India nicely with an unbeaten knock of 71 from 87 balls with 10 fours and a six.

India pulled off a remarkable fightback on an eventful third day’s play at Auckland to find themselves with a slim chance of a win.

Ishant Sharma may have crossed the 150-wicket mark in Tests during the ongoing Test against New Zealand at Auckland, and may even have stated that he is happy with his bowling, but his performance remains a concern.